17 July 2020
‘My worst day is when I lose a young patient unnecessarily’  – Davy

‘My worst day is when I lose a young patient unnecessarily’ – Davy


A good day for Dr Jose Davy is when a patient shows signs of healing and is able to do things they could not do before she administered care. On Su...
Better Health Centre marks 10 years in operation

Better Health Centre marks 10 years in operation


On Sunday July 19, Dr Jose Melissa Davy’s Better Health Centre marks 10 years in operation. The office, located at Arnos Vale, is run by Dr Davy ...
Family has been my  pillar of support over the years – Davy

Family has been my pillar of support over the years – Davy


Without the support of her family, Dr Jose Davy’s Better Health Centre would not have been celebrating its 10th year on Sunday. “I would like t...
17 April 2020
NOT ‘HIS’TORY- Part 6: British greed leads to war

NOT ‘HIS’TORY- Part 6: British greed leads to war


The British promise “never” to interfere with the lands of the indigenous people was soon to be proven worthless. But a justification had to be fo...
09 April 2020
NOT ‘HIS’TORY – (Fifth in series)

NOT ‘HIS’TORY – (Fifth in series)


Our previous series concluded with the covetous eyes of the British colonialists on the lands of the native people of this tiny island. However in spi...
03 April 2020
NOT ‘HIS’ TORY – Part 4

NOT ‘HIS’ TORY – Part 4


We continue this week with extracts of Dr Bernard Marshall’s excellent record and commentary on “Slavery, law and Society in the British Windward ...
27 March 2020
Not ‘His’ tory –part 3

Not ‘His’ tory –part 3


(Excerpts from the book, “Slavery, Law and Society in the British Windward Islands 1763-1823”, by late Vincentian historian, Dr Bernard Marshall)...
13 March 2020
NOT ‘HIS’ TORY

NOT ‘HIS’ TORY


– Part 2 THERE HAS been encouraging responses from readers to the first in this series, covering excerpts from a book by the late Vincentian his...
06 March 2020
Special National Heroes Month Feature

Special National Heroes Month Feature


Not ‘His’tory
Extracts from “Slavery, Law and Society in the British Windward Islands 1763-1823” by Dr Bernard Marshall AS OUR COUNTRY com...
31 January 2020
We bid adieu to our most favourite son ‘Freddie’

We bid adieu to our most favourite son ‘Freddie’


by PRIME MINISTER Dr Ralph E Gonsalves TODAY WE LAY to rest the body of one of our revered sons, Sir Frederick Nathaniel Ballantyne. A mark of our...