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Short Stories about life growing up in the 1950s to be serialized in Searchlight

Short Stories about life growing up in the 1950s to be serialized in Searchlight


Two Vincentian woman have co-authored a collection of short stories which chronicle their childhood experiences growing up in St Vincent in the 1950s....

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The methodical transformation of Maderia Valley Heritage Park

The methodical transformation of Maderia Valley Heritage Park


The slow transformation of Maderia Valley Heritage Park at Valley Road in Bridgetown has been as methodical as it has been inspirational to the teams ...

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Ten more charges for woman accused of defrauding her boss; police beat me, she claims

Ten more charges for woman accused of defrauding her boss; police beat me, she claims


Just two days before the trial examining numerous credit card fraud charges against Nigerian Eunice Dowers was supposed to begin, another 10 charges w...

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Suspected livestock serial thieves out on bail

Suspected livestock serial thieves out on bail


The police think they’ve caught two young men responsible for serial livestock thievery in the Central Leeward area. Declon Lynch, 28 years of Ol...

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Passport racket suspect shot in Green Hill

Passport racket suspect shot in Green Hill


A Green Hill man who in 2018 was detained here in relation to a suspected passport racket investigation in Antigua and Barbuda was shot last week. ...

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Traffic Police receive  training in Customer Service

Traffic Police receive training in Customer Service


Head of the Traffic Department, Superintendent Kenneth John and rank and file officers of the Traffic Department within the Royal St Vincent and the G...

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MOU signed between Facey Telecom and Squeeze Cash

MOU signed between Facey Telecom and Squeeze Cash


A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed by Squeeze Cash with Facey Telecom Ltd. The MoU was signed on November 4 by Squeeze Cash Chief ...

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Anti-buggery march and rally by churches is “unfortunate”- Claimant

Anti-buggery march and rally by churches is “unfortunate”- Claimant


One of the claimants in the legal challenge to the anti-buggery laws of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) has described as “unfortunate” a march...

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Teachers Credit Union hosts Breast Cancer &  Endometriosis Symposium

Teachers Credit Union hosts Breast Cancer & Endometriosis Symposium


On October 30, the SVG Teachers Co-operative Credit Union Ltd. (SVGTCCU) hosted a Symposium dubbed “Get It Off Your Chest” to raise awareness for ...

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Petit Bordel  Secondary School  Receives Resources from Hodder  Education

Petit Bordel Secondary School Receives Resources from Hodder Education


A set of educational resources targeting the improvement of literacy at the Petit Bordel Secondary School has been donated by Hodder Education, an int...

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Sister of teacher killed in car accident calls on police to do a more thorough investigation

Sister of teacher killed in car accident calls on police to do a more thorough investigation


The eldest sister of the late Keriel Wiltshire is very dissatisfied with the investigations so far into the circumstances which led to her sister’s ...

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Volcano photo exhibition now open to public

Volcano photo exhibition now open to public


An exhibition which explores the past eruptive activity of St Vincent and the Grenadines’ active volcano is now open to the public until November 22...