07 October 2005
FIRST BITE

FIRST BITE


President Chen Shui-Bian has created history as the first president of the Republic of China on Taiwan who has had the distinguished honour of address...
30 September 2005
TOP BRASS

TOP BRASS


Nine years ago, he was a constable. Keith Gregory Miller has been known to be a Peace Officer of nearly unblemished character. Possessed with a sense ...
SVG GREETS PRESIDENT CHEN

SVG GREETS PRESIDENT CHEN


President Chen Shui-bian, of the Republic of China on Taiwan and Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves were expected to sign a joint communiqué yester...
23 September 2005
Voters’ list ready

Voters’ list ready


The Voters' List is now complete.So says Rodney Adams, Supervisor of Elections who had previously announced that the list would have been ready by the...
Woman hurt in van crash

Woman hurt in van crash


An accident at Argyle last Saturday has left at least one woman, Marva Lyttle (above), suffering serious injuries. It was reported that persons were r...
MAN FOUND TIED, DEAD

MAN FOUND TIED, DEAD


Police have another mysterious death on their hands, and up to Wednesday, investigations were continuing. The problems are compounded by a number of f...
Scholar happy with results

Scholar happy with results


Sleepless nights and hard work have resulted in Charlene Douglas receiving the Prime Minister's Award -St.Vincent and the Grenadines highest academic ...
SVG SCHOLARS

SVG SCHOLARS


Two of this country's 2005 National Scholars are very happy with their achievement.Nineteen-year-olds Beneka Browne of Peniston and Deon Pompey of Mu...
CMMB gives steps

CMMB gives steps


Caribbean Money Market Brokers team field questions from the participants (above). From right Sean Spiers, Country Manager CMMB, St. Lucia and Ben Cra...
CMMB gives steps to financial freedom

CMMB gives steps to financial freedom


Vincentians seeking to achieve or maintain financial freedom turned out on Wednesday to a seminar hosted by the Caribbean Money Market Brokers (CMMB) ...