13 August 2004
SVG, Taiwan mark 23 years

SVG, Taiwan mark 23 years


August 15 marks the 23rd anniversary of friendship between St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the Republic of China on Taiwan. It was under the leade...
Educator lauds government for new moves in education

Educator lauds government for new moves in education


One of this country’s educators living in the Diaspora has congratulated the Government for its philosophy of universal education.{{more}}Dr. Nor...

Prime Minister to visit ROC in October


Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves will visit the Republic of China on Taiwan (ROC) this year. He is expected to hold discussions there with Presiden...
Attorney Ronald Marks takes a bride

Attorney Ronald Marks takes a bride


The year: 1997. The place: London, England. The event: The auspicious occasion of the romantic entanglement of two bright young aspiring legal minds. ...
06 August 2004

Leacock speaks good of Baptiste


The cut and thrust of party politics normally sees bitter rivalry between opposing forces. But that pattern was broken last Tuesday during the sitting...

The laws of St. Vincent and the Grenadines


by Ada JohnsonUnderstanding the law is not always an easy task for the layman. The legalese/legal jargon discourages easy reading. I invite you to go ...

SVG at odds with Consular Corps


by Nelson A. King in New York With relations between the Caribbean Community (Caricom) and the U.S.-backed Gerard Latortue’s interim government i...
Three new Japanese volunteers in town

Three new Japanese volunteers in town


A new wave of Japanese volunteers arrived in St. Vincent recently, augmenting the six volunteers who came here a year ago. Masahiro Kato, Hiroko Kuma...

Fixed line customers victorious


After months of negotiation, the regional telecommunications regulatory authority ECTEL and Cable & Wireless have announced agreement of a new Price ...
Venezuela prepares for recall vote

Venezuela prepares for recall vote


CHRISTOPHER TOOTHAKERAssociated PressCARACAS, Venezuela - They run the gamut from soldiers to former rebel fighters, union busters to labor organizers...