07 May 2004
Parliamentarians endorse Young Leaders

Parliamentarians endorse Young Leaders


The Girls’ High School Young Leaders have been given a stamp of approval from two of this country’s parliamentarians. {{more}}Tourism and Cu...

SVG’s Visitor expenditure increases


The Ministry of Tourism and Culture is today in a celebratory mood, as the 2003 visitor expenditure figures released from the Eastern Caribbean Centra...
‘Life is a series of conflicts’

‘Life is a series of conflicts’


Youngsters are exposed to conflicts in diverse areas, and there is no one way of dealing with such situations. How do people reach a level of consciou...
Former Minister in the dark on Ottley Hall project

Former Minister in the dark on Ottley Hall project


There seems to be a familiar pattern emerging from the Ottley Hall Shipyard inquiry. It has to do with the lack of information about the project itsel...

Selling ourselves back into slavery


Yes, sorry but I once again begin at Foreign Affairs as the following occurrence demonstrates in a real sense the importance of the need for us to pay...
Wild Tours with YOU in mind

Wild Tours with YOU in mind


Picture this! Schools of dolphins frolicking in a warm sea, music, food and drinks of your choice, a beautiful hostess, a snow-white catamaran, an exp...
Twenty warders get Goodluck training

Twenty warders get Goodluck training


Twenty warders are better equipped today to carry out their duties at Her Majesty’s Prison.The officers participated in a two-week training cours...
Lotto winners collect prizes

Lotto winners collect prizes


As the count down to the National Lotteries Authority Set for Life narrows, three Vincentians have struck luck in the Monthly Consolation draws. The w...
Stubbs Primary gets new bathroom

Stubbs Primary gets new bathroom


Students of the Stubbs Government School are now enjoying an improved lavatory system. This comes thanks to a University of the West Indies Distance ...
Rose Place kids get reading skills

Rose Place kids get reading skills


Twenty children from Rose Place are more efficient in their reading today thanks to a collaborated reading programme recently organised by VINSAVE and...