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Dear Sir: We are what we are, with some exceptions. Some of us are descendants of black African slaves, some of us are of us are descendants of Kru African free men, some of us are descendants of Irish people, some of us are descendants of Scots people, some of us are descendants of English people, some of us are descendants of indigenous Kalinago people, some of us are of us are descendants of Portuguese from Madeira. Many more, even…
Dear Sir: Since 2001, a plague of nonsense has hit St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). During that period of time common sense got up and walked out of the country. They blocked the roads in 2000 because they said the government was corrupt. At the heart of the corruption they said were the so-called greedy bill and the Ottley Hall project. Led by the Organization in Defense of Democracy (the Odd Thing) and the Unity Labour Party (ULP) they…
GEORGETOWN, Guyana -- Prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr Ralph Gonsalves, on Monday thanked staff members of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat for their work in promoting regional integration and rallied them to “keep the faith”. “Sometimes it might look as if we are marking time, but we have been making some good progress in some areas and we have more to do and I want to thank you for soldiering on and working together and I…
By D. Markie Spring Climate change has over time posed many challenges, especially to economic development! More so, the enormity of global warming is often a daunting and dispiriting phenomenon and requires a number of changes to slow and reverse climate change! The idea of carrying out integrated assessment of climate change has become increasingly popular in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG), but pondering is all to it! Meanwhile, soaring daily temperatures destroy fruits and foods at the premature…
HILLSBOROUGH, Northern Ireland -- Dr Christopher Stange of the Consulate for St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) to Northern Ireland recently had the opportunity to meet with the Earl of Wessex, briefing him on the Caribbean Diaspora, Vincentians serving in the British Army posted in Northern Ireland and the work of the SVG Consulate in Northern Ireland, covering several economic and social development initiatives. They discussed the visit of The Earl and Countess of Wessex to St Vincent last year…
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico -- US Coast Guard rescue crews combined efforts with the 419-foot St Vincent and Grenadines flag bulk carrier Sabina A, to rescue four men aboard a disabled and adrift boat on Monday, approximately 135 nautical miles south of Puerto Rico. Rescued were St Vincent and the Grenadines nationals Maxwin Alexander, 40; Justin Frazar, 33; Mearoy Raboy, 24; and Carl Taul, 45, who reportedly were adrift for 12 days in the Caribbean Sea after their 30-foot motor…

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