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Flow committed to investing in SVG and improving quality of service...

Telecommunications provider, FLOW, says it is committed to continue investing in St. Vincent and the Grenadines and to improving the quality of service offered...

CDC seeking to enhance the appeal of Vincy Mas 2017 for...

The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) says it is seeking to enhance the appeal of Vincy Mas 2017 for junior masqueraders. Ricardo Adams, Chairman of the...

St. Vincent and Taiwan sign agreements to combat crimes

St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the Republic of China on Taiwan have signed two agreements aimed at combating crime. The Agreement on Police Cooperation...

ECGC 40th Anniversary Great Mustique Bakeoff to take place next month

Plans are well underway for the staging of the ECGC 40th Anniversary Great Mustique Bakeoff, scheduled to take place in Mustique next month. The two-day...

Vincy Mas 2017 to officially launch on May 6th

Vincy Mas 2017 will officially begin on Saturday May 6, 2017 and the Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) is promising a spectacular launch for the...

Men freed of murder of 10-month-old baby

Two men who were charged in connection with the murder of a ten month old baby on October 7, 2016, and the attempted murder...

Soca Semi Finals to provide exposure for young upcoming artistes

The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) says the introduction of a Soca Semi Finals for this year’s Vincy Mas is geared at giving young emerging...

Alcohol not to be sold to Youths in SVG without an...

Young people in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, who wish to purchase alcohol, will not be allowed to do so, unless a National Identification...

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