31 May 2019
Electoral reform,  referendum and Brexit

Electoral reform, referendum and Brexit


Much discussion has been generated locally over the contentious meeting of Parliament two weeks ago, when a whole day was wasted in debate on side iss...
24 May 2019
What dominance means to Caribbean people

What dominance means to Caribbean people


( World Cup Cricket Part 2)
“.........cricket has become a competing brand name in the leisure industry; it has to be sponsored, marketed and package...
17 May 2019
WORLD CUP CRICKET: Beyond the boundaries

WORLD CUP CRICKET: Beyond the boundaries


In two weeks time the 12th edition of the International Cricket Council’s World Cup will commence, spanning 11 venues in 10 cities in the United Kin...
10 May 2019
Wider responsibilities of leadership

Wider responsibilities of leadership


It was particularly heartening to me and others with interest in the labour movement and the working people in general, to witness the very encouragin...
03 May 2019
Workers, of all categories, have common interests

Workers, of all categories, have common interests


This week is a significant one for the people of St Vincent and the Grenadines, the working people in particular. Smack in themiddle of the week is pe...
26 April 2019
Learning from Soufriere experience – Part 2

Learning from Soufriere experience – Part 2


As indicated last week, this week’s column will supplement the activities of NEMO in drawing lessons from our experiences of the Soufriere eruption ...
18 April 2019
Learning from our Soufriere experiences

Learning from our Soufriere experiences


We have a long weekend, the traditional Easter weekend before us, with time for religious activities, sporting and other recreational engagements, but...
12 April 2019
ULP 18 (Part 2) – Time to break the old mold

ULP 18 (Part 2) – Time to break the old mold


THE GOVERNING Unity Labour Party (ULP) administration last week put on a show of force in capital city Kingstown to celebrate its 18th successive yea...
05 April 2019
ULP celebrates 18 –year term. Where do we go from here?

ULP celebrates 18 –year term. Where do we go from here?


CONGRATULATIONS TO the Unity Labour Party government which last week crossed the 18-year milestone in government, the longest such unbroken stretch i...
29 March 2019
Sylvia we’re sorry

Sylvia we’re sorry


There are so many issues on which one can comment that it would take far more than one column weekly to even begin to address them. Naturally, with th...