26 June 2020
Bound watchman chopped to death

Bound watchman chopped to death


With the killing of watchman Henry “Farmer” Neverson, a woman has lost her companion, a family the breadwinner, and a nephew someone to whom he co...
First blood drawn in  legal battle

First blood drawn in legal battle


by Katherine Renton The legal team for businessman Leon “Bigger Biggs” Samuel has withstood an attempt by the State to have Samuel’s claim as...
23 June 2020
Facebook robber sent to jail

Facebook robber sent to jail


A fleet-footed target, who had been lured to the scene of an attempted robbery by someone on Facebook, has made sure that the culprit now has to spend...
Fitzhughes  fisherman on money laundering charge

Fitzhughes fisherman on money laundering charge


A FitzHughes fisherman has been charged with possession of over US$27,000, which he allegedly knew or suspected as being the proceeds of criminal cond...
GECCU moves into new  home

GECCU moves into new home


The General Employees’ Cooperative Credit Union (GECCU) opens the doors of its new headquarters building today. GECCU, which will celebrate i...
Large Saharan Dust Plume affects the  islands

Large Saharan Dust Plume affects the islands


A large plume of Saharan dust is affecting the islands, causing low visibility and poor air quality, therefore persons, especially with respiratory is...
19 June 2020
STEM comes to the rescue with delivery of innovative online teaching services

STEM comes to the rescue with delivery of innovative online teaching services


The COVID-19 pandemic has created several challenges around the world, among them, the delivery of teaching services. “We are at an adaptive phase ...
Public servant to pay half month’s salary to  Zero Hunger Trust Fund or face defamation suit

Public servant to pay half month’s salary to Zero Hunger Trust Fund or face defamation suit


A public servant has been given two weeks to pay half his monthly salary to the Zero Hunger Trust Fund or if not, face the possibility of being sued f...
New protocols for entry to SVG

New protocols for entry to SVG


Persons travelling to St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) from countries outside of CARICOM will be required to complete a PCR test on arrival in the ...
One in Four Vincentians at Risk for Diabetes – Thompson

One in Four Vincentians at Risk for Diabetes – Thompson


Diabetes is one of the most rapidly growing diseases in the world, and in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), it is estimated that one quarter of the...