17 September 2019
SVG must face up to international responsibilities

SVG must face up to international responsibilities


The 74th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations begins today, Tuesday September 17, 2019, in New York. It comes at a time of heightened...
13 September 2019
Hotel Development and  a Sustainable Tourism Thrust

Hotel Development and a Sustainable Tourism Thrust


As details of the agreement between the Government and Marriott International for the construction and management of a luxury hotel at Mt Wynne are gr...
10 September 2019
Good advice is scarce, so let’s take it

Good advice is scarce, so let’s take it


The signing ceremony for the Marriott hotel takes place today at Private Mt Wynne beach. The entry of Marriott onto our tourism landscape is significa...
06 September 2019
When the Chips are Down, out goes Democracy

When the Chips are Down, out goes Democracy


Our hearts and minds are very much with the battered people of the Bahamas, a member of our Caribbean Community of nations, in their hour of grief aft...
03 September 2019
Where do we go from here?

Where do we go from here?


As we went to press last evening, Hurricane Dorian had come to a standstill over Grand Bahama in the Bahamas, continuing its catastrophic onslaught on...
30 August 2019
Facts are stubborn things

Facts are stubborn things


Old people say ‘If fish come out of the sea and tell you shark have teeth, believe it!’ On the matter of the incidence of rape in St Vincent an...
27 August 2019
Back to School Help is Available – Let’s Ensure Those Who Need It Get It

Back to School Help is Available – Let’s Ensure Those Who Need It Get It


Access to education does not stop at making school places available for our children. If our youngsters’ basic physical needs are not being met, the...
23 August 2019
Here We Go Again Another Party?

Here We Go Again Another Party?


IN TODAY’S EDITION, we include on our back page a report about a political aspirant of Vincentian parentage who has formed a new party with plans t...
20 August 2019
Time for a new generational stamp on politics

Time for a new generational stamp on politics


The tributes which were paid in respect of the passing of the late Sir Vincent Beache reflect both the esteem in which he was held as well as the high...
16 August 2019
Schools repairs, maintenance and vandalism

Schools repairs, maintenance and vandalism


The Government’s $6.5 million school repair and renovation programme is now in full swing, and not a moment too soon. Last academic year, leaks and ...