12 August 2005
C.O. Williams gets $26.m. road contract

C.O. Williams gets $26.m. road contract


A burden has been placed on C.O. Williams & Company of Barbados to deliver value for money and meet their 18 month deadline for the completion of Phas...
‘No exercise for the faint-hearted’

‘No exercise for the faint-hearted’


In his road map for an international airport in St.Vincent and the Grenadines, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has made it clear that financing a p...
Why choose Argyle?

Why choose Argyle?


Instead of spending $1 billion to construct an international airport for St.Vincent and the Grenadines at Kitchen, Government has chosen Argyle, which...
Reuben Morgan acquitted in London

Reuben Morgan acquitted in London


Reuben Morgan, a Canadian-based Vincentian, who recently held a Vincentian diplomatic passport, walked a free man this week from a London Court after ...
05 August 2005
Business People need to Know:

Business People need to Know:


THAT creating a favourable business environment aimed at attracting investors both regionally and internationally where there are lower production cos...
Newton Spence dies after accident

Newton Spence dies after accident


After surviving a terrible accident Newton Spence has succumbed to his injuries at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital.Spence died on Sunday July, 17.Sp...
Flights disrupted at E.T Joshua

Flights disrupted at E.T Joshua


On two occasions during the week some night flights at the E.T Joshua Airport had to be cancelled.A news release from Joel Jack, Director of Airports ...
Rastafari take a bold step forward

Rastafari take a bold step forward


The Church of His Majesty Ivine Order of Nyahbinghi's quest to establish a legal framework seems to have incurred the wrath of some sectors here. But ...
Training programme for Vinsave

Training programme for Vinsave


Seven employees of Vinsave, including five section supervisors, are now participating in a 5-week In-House Training programme which started on June 22...
More Japanese Volunteers in town

More Japanese Volunteers in town


A new group of Japanese Volunteers arrived in St. Vincent recently on the heels of tropical storm Emily, augmenting the 5 Japanese volunteers who are ...