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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent -- The Dominica-based OECS Export Development Unit (EDU) is to host a two-day workshop on business management for the creative industries sector of the economic union in Saint Vincent on Friday and Saturday. Leaders/managers, owners or self-employed persons in firms and enterprises working in the creative industries, individuals/artists who serve as sole proprietorships and others who intend to manage or own their businesses can benefit from this training. The two-day workshop is entitled: “Development of Human Capacity…
KINGSTOWN, St Vincent -- Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves has announced that a fourth medical school is expected to begin operations in St Vincent and the Grenadines by next year. The prime minister made the announcement during a news conference. He said that the St James School of Medicine is looking at the possibility of starting operations in the South Leeward area. The prime minister also said that the St James Medical School has indicated that it will start with…
Dear Sir: Every so often when I write about Argyle I remind us of how the Barbados government paid the airlines a cash seat subsidy for flying from certain European and American airports. At one time it was a hundred US a seat. Now they are paying tourists to come to Barbados, cash rewards. How can backward SVG compete with forward thinking Bajans? I suppose we could start with ridding ourselves of our backward thinking Marxist-led ULP government, and putting…
Dear Sir: Did I hear the prime minister (PM) of St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) correctly at the town hall meeting in New York (NY)? Did the PM say SVG has second to none hospital? Well, that will make it the best medical service in the region. Seriously! This has to be the biggest joke of the 21st century. Or is the region St Vincent and the other 32 Grenadines Islands that make up SVG? A couple years ago…
By Ken Richards KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (WINN) -- Vincentian lawyer Kay Bacchus Browne has provided another endorsement of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. She said the justices involved get the job done despite having a heavy workload. Bacchus-Browne acknowledged, however, that sometimes rulings will be questioned, especially cases with a political flavour. “I think generally the court serves its purpose … the judges work very hard and they try to be as fair as possible,” Bacchus-Browne responded when asked by…
Dear Sir: There is no man that is as ignorant as an educated man in a field he knows nothing about. With that said, I must emphasized here that there are many people who are considered “Jacks of all trades”; unfortunately for such people, there is not enough time for them to master any of these trades hence the term “Jack of all trades, master of none” of the many things they can do. It is important to note that…

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