Going back to school was the best decision I ever made-Llyfe Richie

Ever since I came to Canada all I’ve been doing is trying to put myself on a positive level, so I decided School it is and furthering my education.. After going back to high school to get my high school diploma, “which I proudly did”… I’ve decided College it is, I must obtain a good […]

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Our young people with all the opportunities…

Our young people with all the opportunities available through the education revolution must continue to shine!!! Don’t give up …… I go around SVG today, so many persons with degrees(enough to change our latitude). Just few questions: Are we being as innovative as we could be? Are we making opportunities for others who have slipped […]

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Dr. Kishore Shallow a young express my sincere gratitude to everyone who was part of this journey

Over three and a half years ago, I decided it was time for another challenge. After some deep thoughts, consultations with my mentors, I decided to align my next journey and major undertaking with a desire my mom had for us, a doctorate. Fast forward to exactly the very same day my mom died eight […]

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Vincentian American Kenton Kirby presented with special Independence award

I was honored during a ceremony to commemorate Guyana’s Independence Anniversary in the Rotunda of Brooklyn Borough Hall. Patricia Jordan Langford, President of the Guyana Tri-State Alliance, presented me, a Vincentian-American with a special Independence Award. I also received a Proclamation for my commitment to excellence and dedication to highlighting the contribution of expatriates in […]

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Kingstown Baptist Church opens modern Santuary

For many of those who attended the dedication of the “brand new, sparkling, state-of-the-art sanctuary,” as described by the architect, Moulton Mayers, their sentiments may have been best represented in an original song composed by one of the members. Pastor of KBC, Dr Cecil Richards, in his address last Sunday, at the first service at […]

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Zonnia Shallow is an environmentalist with a passion for sustainable development

Zonnia Shallow is an environmentalist with a passion for sustainable development. She is a past student of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College (SVGCC) Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies where she graduated with passes in Environmental Science, Chemistry and Geography. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography, Environmental and Natural Resource […]

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WORK TO BEGIN ON BRIDGES IN NORTH LEEWARD

A contract has been awarded to Sea Operations Limited to complete remedial works on the Fitz Hughes and Chateaubelair (Sharpes) bridges in the North Leeward constituency. Following the signing of the contract a few weeks ago, work is likely to commence in the coming weeks after geotechnical assessments of both sites. Residents are advised to […]

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Modern Languages teacher will launch her first book-VEGAN DELIGHT

Source: Grammar School Facebook page On Sunday June 10, 2018, Ann-Marie Ballantyne, a Modern Languages teacher at the St.Vincent & the Grenadines Grammar School, will launch her first book – VEGAN DELIGHT: WHOLESOME, HEALTHFUL AND SIMPLE FOODS FOR HEALTH REFORM on the Amazon kindle platform. The 200-page book contains over 70 recipes and offers ideas for […]

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