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Gov’t paid for AIA anniversary ‘bashment’

The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines picked up the tab for the rally on Saturday to mark the first anniversary of the...

Kay wants Gonsalves to take his 1995 advice to Campbell

An opposition lawmaker is urging Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves to follow the advice he gave to then Attorney General Parnell Campbell 23 years to...

What will the NDP do about no confidence motion?

The main opposition New Democratic party says that while bringing another motion of no confidence in the government is an option, it has not...

AIA made 5 major differences — Tourism Minister

Minister of Tourism, Cecil “Ces” McKie says that one year after it opened, Argyle International Airport has proven to be positively different in five...

Air, cruise arrivals increased in 2017 — Tourism Minister

Minister of Tourism, Cecil “Ces” McKie says that St. Vincent and the Grenadines saw increased arrivals in 2017, when compared to the 2016 figures. Air...

Who’s paying for AIA anniversary ‘bashment’? — Friday

Leader of the Opposition Godwin Friday is asking questions about who will finance the event later today (Saturday) to mark the one-year anniversary of...

Cybercrime trial takes unexpected turn

The woman who on Monday pleaded guilty to four counts of libel by electronic communication under the Cybercrime Act has changed her plea to...

Four on murder charges return to court in March

Four young Vincentians who re-appeared in court on Thursday on murder charges have had their matters adjourned to next month. Taylor Medford, 18, Twanecia Ollivierre, 19, and...

Man ordered to pay journalist $500 in compensation

A Campden Park man has been ordered to compensate journalist Kenton X. Chance in the sum of EC$500 by March 29 or spend two months in...

2018 Budget: confusion from cover onward — Leacock

Opposition lawmaker St. Clair Leacock has described the 2018 Budget approved by Parliament on Feb. 6 as confusion from the cover page onward. Parliament approved...

‘This Yugge Farrell thing is not going away’

The saga in which the court sent former model Yugge Farrell for psychiatric evaluation after she allegedly used abusive language to the Finance Minister’s...

‘Consider’ needs no legal interpretation — Sir James

Former Prime minister Sir James Mitchell has suggested a simple reading of the section of the Constitution that speaks to how Parliament should handle...