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Some freshly dug Ginger Lilies
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(WEFM NEWS) — You’ve probably heard about the Horse meat scandal or, more recently, the Plastic Rice Scandal, but here in St. Vincent & the Grenadines, the selling of Ginger lilies, as Ginger root, is a scandal of its own. Reports reaching WEFM, indicate that the export of Ginger root

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(WEFM NEWS) — Updated 8:48pm — A travel agency in Canada is hoping to finalize plans to facilitate persons in Canada, who wish to travel to St. Vincent and the Grenadines on the inaugural Sunwing Airlines flight on February 14, 2017. George Gideon, of GG Tours told WEFM’s Demion McTair,  Tuesday 17th

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Michelle Doyle (center-right) standing with some members of the Lewis Punnett Home, to which she donated items.
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(WEFM FEATURE) — Vincentian-born Canadian Chef, Michelle Doyle, has continued her contribution to her homeland, by responding to needs of several organizations. In a private online interview on December 31st, 2016 with WEFM’s Demion Mc Tair, Doyle, who has spent 23 years in Canada, said she decided to ship 24

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(WEFM) – Two International Airlines are scheduled to make inaugural landings at the Argyle International Airport (AIA), when it opens for operation on February 14, 2017. Word of this came from CEO of the SVG Tourism Authority (SVGTA), Glen Beache, while speaking on STAR FM on Friday December 30, 2016.

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(WEFM NEWS) – The nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines may soon be an exporter of Medicinal Marijuana, if all goes according to plans between the government and investors. Speaking on Friday December 9th, 2016 on Star FM, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves revealed that “we have two investors

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The Bowmans performing at a Nine Mornings concert in 2013. Christmas Nine Mornings festivities are unique to St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
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(WEFM FEATURE) — When it comes to performances at Nine Mornings celebrations, the Bowmans and Carlton “CP” Hall, come immediately to mind. For this year, 2016, however, there are several emerging artistes who have produced Christmas singles, which are taking the airwaves by storm. They deserve a space in the

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(WEFM FEATURE) — Thought to be one of the leading restaurants in Capital City Kingstown, Chill’n, is celebrating its 2nd anniversary in existence. The restaurant which opened its doors on December 8, 2014, currently employs ten (10) workers, mainly young professionals trained in hospitality.  Speaking to WEFM, Thursday, via telephone

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A photo of the devastation suffered at one house. Photo: API
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(WEFM NEWS) — Radio Announcer and Programme Manager at WEFM, Donnie Collins, is spearheading a strong committee geared towards providing urgent relief to persons affected by the recent trough system, especially those currently living in shelters. Collins told WEFM’s News department, Monday, the committee is comprised of several high profile figures, namely; Michael

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(WEFM NEWS) — The damage to the roads, bridges, river defences and other physical infrastructure resulting from adverse weather events which have been affecting this country since about September, is likely to cost approximately 100 million EC dollars, or about 5 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) according to Prime Minister

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