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New Taiwan ambassador presents credentials

The new ambassador of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Calvin C.H. Ho, presented his credentials to Susan Dougan,...

New initiative aims to reduce costs of C’bean air travel

By Kenton X. Chance BASSE-TERRE, Guadeloupe (CMC) — Three regional carriers have launched an integrated travel project that will significantly reduce the cost of travel...

Police shoot, kill robbery suspect

Police on Tuesday shot and killed a man they said was a suspect in the March 15 robbery at Heritage Square that left two...

Whalers kill 3 more orcas in St. Vincent (+video)

By Kenton X. Chance The whaler whose crew harpooned and killed three orcas off Barrouallie, a town in western St. Vincent, on Sunday, has defended his...

Fraudster ordered to repay victims or go to jail

A Penniston man accused of deceitfully obtaining some EC$42,057, US$430 and CAD$300 from persons interested in working in the cruise industry, was on Monday ordered to...

Calypso Queen show returns to Vincy Mas

After years of absence, the Queen of Calypso competition has returned to Vincy Mas for 2018. “After many years of decadence, we have reactivated the...

Charge upgraded in college student car crash death

Police have upgraded the charges brought against the Troumaca man in connection with the Dec. 31, 2016 car crash that claimed the life of...

Woman charged with prison offence, day walking on weed charges 

A woman was on Wednesday arrested and charged with trying to smuggle a SIM card into the Belle Isle Correctional Facility. Police brought the charge against Yonette...

Christian Council to engage nationally on crime, violence

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) Christian Council in collaboration with churches, non-governmental organisations and other stakeholders will, on Wednesday and Thursday host “A...

Vincy Mas to retain 40th anniversary energy

The calendar of activities for Vincy Mas 2018 will not be as expensive as the one that marked the 40th anniversary of the festival as...

James, John knife attack trial on July 2

The trial of the Block 2000 woman accused of slashing a community College student three times in her face, slitting her lower lip in...

Teachers Union concerned about pace of pension reform talks

Less than one week after being installed as head of the Teachers’ Union, Wendy Bynoe has expressed concerned about the slow pace of consultation...