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New business to be launched in SVG

Adz Village a marketing & advertising website is realizing its dream by being in full operation officially as of June 1, 2017 and will...

Taiwan boosts St. Vincent’s Horticulture

St. Vincent and the Grenadines stands to benefit in the area of horticulture development from the Government of the Republic of China on Taiwan. According...

Morocco demands apology from Algeria after incident in St. Vincent

Morocco is demanding an apology from Algeria for the assault on Moroccan diplomat Mohammed Ali El Khamlichi by Algerian diplomat Soufiane Mimouni, in St....

Handing over ceremony for Mental Health Center and Milton Cato Memorial Postpone

Persons from the Mental Health Center and the Milton Cato Memorial hospital will have to wait a little longer for the supplies promised to...

Coalition Government Likely in Cayman Islands, with no clear winners in elections

There was no clear winner in the May 24th General Elections in the Cayman Islands, raising the likelihood of a coalition government. According to Caribbean...

Former president says Guyana not ready for same-sex marriages

Former Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo says the country is not ready for the legalization of same-sex marriages. During a press conference on Wednesday, Jagdeo, who...

Germany wants to charge parents refusing to vaccinate children

The German government plans to introduce fines of up to 2,500 Euros for parents who refuse to get their children vaccinated. According to BBC News,...

Britain’s Labour leader links terror threat to wars abroad

UK foreign policy would change under a Labour government to one that "reduces rather than increases the threat" to the country, Jeremy Corbyn has...

LeBron James beat Michael Jordan’s record in Basketball

Cleveland Cavaliers set up their third straight NBA Finals appearance against Golden State Warriors with a dominant 135-102 win over Boston Celtics. In the game...

NEP hits 2,000 Douglas says

Employment Minister, Ian Douglas, has announced that 2,000 Dominicans are now employed under the National Employment Program (NEP), describing it as “the most talked...

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