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Can CARICOM survive the CSME?

By Peter I. Richards BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, (CMC) -- When it was established in 1989, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Single Market and Economy (CSME) was intended...

Eulogy for E. Glenford Prescott

By Colin Williams (Director of Public Prosecutions)  Monday, Feb. 12, 2018 At first, I only knew him as “Pressie”. This was around 1971. We were rivals...

The Death of ‘Knowledge’/Glenford Prescott

By Honourable R. T. Luke V. Browne This article, notwithstanding its title, is not meant to be a sophisticated philosophical treatise or complicated political statement....

When I was fired, I created a job 

By Kenton X. Chance  Depending on how I look at it, I can say that today, Feb. 5, 2018, marks five years since I was fired...

Prime Minister’s Christmas Message 2017

Peace, Goodwill, and Love By Dr. the Honourable Ralph E. Gonsalves Prime Minister  For quite some time now there has been a growing trend, world-wide, towards the...

Christmas Message by the Leader of the Opposition

One People Looking to the Future By Dr. Godwin Friday Fellow Vincentians, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This special time of year lifts our spirits...

SVG Christian Council Christmas Message 2017

The Meaning and Purpose of the Christmas Season At the first Christmas there were no carols or serenading, no Christmas trees or decorations, no Christmas...

Travellers, officials pleased with Air Canada flight

By Kenton X. Chance For the last 10 years, Dwight DeBique has been travelling annually along with his son from Toronto, Canada to St. Vincent. But...

Journalists under fire?

By Lyf Compton (First published on Facebook) The International Federation of Journalists (IFT) is reporting that so far this year, 54 media professionals have been murdered...

From poverty to university degrees: 3 cops’ journey towards career success

By Kenton X. Chance As 41-year-old Junior Baptiste walked to receive his Bachelor of Laws from the University of the West Indies, all he could...

As his son goes up another rung, PM Gonsalves sounds a neutral note

By Kenton X. Chance Hours after handing over the coveted Finance portfolio to his son, Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves on Friday sounded a neutral note amidst widespread...

Opposition Leader’s Independence Message

By Dr. the Hon. Godwin Friday Leader of the Opposition and President of the New Democratic Party Fellow Vincentians, as we mark our 38th year of...