02 July 2004

10 to challenge Princess Monique


The race for the 2004 calypso crown hits the final stretch Sunday night with 11 contenders. Ten of them emerged from a crisp semi-final show last Frid...
Princess Monique, sister suffer food poisoning

Princess Monique, sister suffer food poisoning


When Princess Monique takes to the ‘Big Yard’ Sunday night to defend her Calypso Monarch title, no one will be able to tell whether she migh...

New executive for teachers’ council


The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Primary Schools Headteachers’ Council held its biennial general meeting on 16 June and elected a new executive...

Thompson steers Inner Wheel Club


The Inner Wheel Club of St. Vincent held its hand-over dinner at Roy’s Inn on June 22nd. The guest speaker was Diane Baptiste who gave an inspira...
CDC gets donation from RBTT Bank

CDC gets donation from RBTT Bank


Assistant Manager of Loans at RBTT Bank Garfield Williams on Thursday, June 24, handed over a cheque for EC$3000 to Chairman of the Carnival Developme...
AT&T supports CAPP

AT&T supports CAPP


The Children Against Poverty Program (CAPP) has benefited once again from an AT&T Wireless donation.Last Tuesday, Director of Social Development Rosit...
No rain could stop the Mas

No rain could stop the Mas


Intermittent showers did not dampen the spirits of the nation’s youth as they took to the streets of Kingstown for Junior Carnival last Saturday....
Kara shines like a Dymon

Kara shines like a Dymon


Kara Johnson, a 15-year-old third former at the Intermediate High School, shocked rivals to take the 2004 Junior Soca Monarch title. Going under the n...
Little J does it once more

Little J does it once more


Those who are thinking of getting their heads beneath the Secondary School Junior calypso crown will have next year. And, Jade Bowen, will be keen on ...