08 July 2005
Free movement of goods and service

Free movement of goods and service


CSME CORNER1. Free Movement of ServicesUnder the CSME, Member States will be required to remove any impediment which could restrict one's right to pro...
Inspector Phipps killed  in St. Kitts

Inspector Phipps killed in St. Kitts


Former Inspector Hubert Phipps, the popular policeman who once served in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has been murdered in St. Kitts.The St.Kitts Ne...
Students set to participate in CIP

Students set to participate in CIP


Twenty-six University of the West Indies (UWI) students will be contributing to Regional Advancement in Parenting and Early Childhood Development when...
James joins Commonwealth Secretariat as intern

James joins Commonwealth Secretariat as intern


Another Vincentian has taken up a Commonwealth post.Searchlight's Carlos James is in London, where he would be attached to the Communications and Publ...
Digicel introduces bold new brand look

Digicel introduces bold new brand look


DIGICEL has announced that it is changing its brand for a look which it describes as bold. The mobile telecommunications provider, which entered the ...
Belair man  wins C&W  Nissan Terrano

Belair man wins C&W Nissan Terrano


Jim Roberts of Belair is the proud owner of the Nissan Terrano thanks to Cable & Wireless’s Zero Your Balance promotion.. The 52-year-old employe...
Fortune rises for Cable & Wireless Starlift

Fortune rises for Cable & Wireless Starlift


Cable & Wireless and the Starlift Steel Orchestra have collaborated for several years and are showing further signs of development together. Regard...
Jack still reaping success

Jack still reaping success


Albena Samuel Jack, a teacher of 22 years is like the old adage says, is getting better with age. Jack has been reaping the success of her dedication...
Jamaican interns on visit to SVG

Jamaican interns on visit to SVG


Four Jamaican interns have been garnering experience in St.Vincent and the Grenadines in the fields of Education, Social work and Public Relations.The...
Human Rights group supports ban on flogging

Human Rights group supports ban on flogging


President of the Human Rights Association, Nicole Sylvester is pleased that flogging may soon be a thing of the past in schools. Noting that her organ...