SVGTU honours past presidents with Wall of Fame

SVGTU honours past presidents with Wall of Fame


A wall of fame for past presidents of the St Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers’ Union was unveiled this week. The event took place on Tuesday d...
SVG bags sixty-six medals at OECS Swimming championships

SVG bags sixty-six medals at OECS Swimming championships


Sixty medals were hauled in by St Vincent and the Grenadines at the 28th OECS Swim Championships, which were held at the Vipers Pool in Landsford, in ...
Four UWI Open Campus students receive laptops and bursaries

Four UWI Open Campus students receive laptops and bursaries


Four university students are benefitting from the generosity of the Mustique Charitable Trust’s bursary programme. This is the ninth year that th...
Patricia James a cut above the rest

Patricia James a cut above the rest


Sewing was never something that Patricia James thought that she would be doing as a career. In fact, it had always been her plan to become an accounta...
Vincentian  footballer among injured in fatal crash

Vincentian footballer among injured in fatal crash


Tevin Slater, a member of the St Vincent and the Grenadines national football team was injured in a car accident last Sunday which claimed the life of...
Get behind Vincy products – Camillo Gonsalves

Get behind Vincy products – Camillo Gonsalves


The Minister of Economic Planning rejected the ‘myths’ surrounding the “Made in SVG” label at the launch of this year’s Everything Vincy Plu...
Consistency pays off for Grammar School student

Consistency pays off for Grammar School student


St Vincent Grammar School student, Laron Jones has proven that consistency is key to achieving good results. Jones was named this year’s public s...
Full STEAM ahead for SMSS Science Club

Full STEAM ahead for SMSS Science Club


The St Martin’s Secondary School is moving full STEAM ahead with its recently launched Science and Environmental Club. At the launch of the club ...
Vincentians amass $368 million savings in credit unions

Vincentians amass $368 million savings in credit unions


Almost 70,000 of this nation’s population have amassed EC$368 million in savings within the credit union sector in St Vincent and the Grenadines. ...
Over EC$1.2 million saved in schools’ thrift programme

Over EC$1.2 million saved in schools’ thrift programme


The National Schools’ Cooperative Thrift Programme has amassed over EC$1.2 million, jointly saved by over 12,000 of the nation’s youths. An...