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Sunshine and Navida 2018 Groovy Soca Monarch Winners

British born Vincentian soca duo Sunshine and Navida are the 2018 Groovy Soca Monarch winners in the United Kingdom. The duo who took the St....

Police investigating two weekend murders

Police are continuing investigations into the murder of Ian Garfield Enoch, whose body was discovered early on Saturday morning at Argyle. Enoch, a 50-year-old a...

Police doing their best to detect and prevent crimes says Commissioner...

Commissioner of Police, Mr. Colin John is reassuring the public that the Police High Command and the men and women, which he is honoured...

Winners of the various competitions for Vincy Mas 2018 to be...

Winners of the various competitions held for Vincy Mas 2018 will be awarded tomorrow when the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) hosts its annual Prize...

Moisture and instability associated with a tropical wave to affect SVG

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Meteorological Services says that moisture and instability associated with a tropical wave will continue to produce cloudiness, showers...

Vincentians applying for non-resident/tourist visa to US and Canada urged to...

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Commerce is advising the general public that, individuals applying for a non-resident or tourist visa to the...

LIAT shareholders meeting in St. Vincent

A meeting of the majority shareholders of regional airline, LIAT is taking place today here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Barbados Prime Minister Mia...

Ministry of National Mobilisation receives aid for needy persons across SVG

Needy women and children across St. Vincent and the Grenadines are to benefit from a supply of items recently handed over to the Ministry...

Vincentians awarded Chevening Scholarships

Three Vincentians have been successful in attaining Chevening Scholarships to pursue a one year Master’s degree in the United Kingdom (UK) for the academic...

20 Vincentians awarded 2018 Taiwan Scholarships

Twenty Vincentians have been awarded scholarships to pursue university studies in the Republic of China (Taiwan). The 13 recipients of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...

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