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Fisheries Division continuing to take steps to combat Lionfish

Efforts are continuing to be made locally to reduce the lionfish population in the waters of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Lionfish, a species of...

Vincentian Designer completes Business and Law of Fashion Course

Vincentian Designer Kimya Glasgow recently completed a 2 month course on the Business and Law of Fashion held between April 20 and June 15,...

Public lecture on Medical Marijuana to be held here today

A public lecture on Medical Marijuana will be held here later today. The Integrated Medical Care (IMC) clinic is sponsoring this lecture on Medical Marijuana...

Prime Minister Gonsalves lauds OECS achievements at summit in Saint Lucia

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves on Monday lauded the achievements of the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), at the opening ceremony of the...

Mardi Gras to return to Victoria Park

The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) says that Mardi Gras, a highlight of Vincy Mas, will return to Victoria Park this year. Last year, the mas...

No Fya Empress for Vincy Mas 2018

Lornette ‘Fya Empress’ Nedd, the reigning 2017 Calypso Monarch, will be unable to indulge in St. Vincent and the Grenadines 2018 Carnival activities. According to...

21-year-old female robbed at gunpoint

Police are investigating a report of Robbery made by Aveisha Noel, a 21 year old Cook of Campden Park. According to reports, on June 15,...

Ministry of Health receives donation of medical supplies and equipment

The St. Matthias Charities Inc. has once again demonstrated its unwavering commitment to the development of the local health services with a recent presentation...

Vincentian joins the distinguished community of Chevening Scholars

Natesha Alexander from the Grenadine Island of Mayreau has joined the distinguished community of Chevening Scholars. The Chevening scholarships are the UK government's global scholarship...

Court of Arbitration for Sport to probe South Africa Semenya’s fight...

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said today it had opened a probe into Caster Semenya's challenge of controversial new IAAF rules on...

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