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Local News

Applications are still open for persons to be nominated for a Queen’s Young Leaders award for 2017. Applications are open to youth ages 18 to 29 from across the Commonwealth, who are taking the lead in their communities and using their skills to transform lives. So far, two Vincentians have

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Local News

A Vincentian has been charged by Grenadian authorities with trafficking of a controlled drug. According to NBC Radio News, caught was Tevin Bubb, a 22 year old Fisherman. Bubb was caught with one hundred and ninety-six pounds of Cannabis aboard a vessel in Grenada. He was scheduled to appear at

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Local News

The St. Vincent Electricity Services Ltd (VINLEC) will be moving to install a CDF PV Solar System at the Argyle International Airport. According to NBC Radio News, a CDF PV Solar signing agreement was expected to be conducted at the Argyle International Airport. Under the signing, VINLEC will be contracted

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Local News

The Taiwanese Embassy has highlighted cooperation in Education as a strong point in the bilateral relationship between St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Taiwan. Speaking to Iwitness Newson Wednesday August 24th 2016, counsellor at the Taiwanese Embassy in St. Vincent, Nichole Su, said that since 1998, Taiwan has been working

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Regional News

A soldier, who was supposed to be guarding the private residence of Prime Minister Gaston Browne, allegedly broke into the Prime Minister’s House. According to Caribbean 360 news, Police say 22-year-old Zavier Baltimore of the Antigua and Barbuda Defense Force (ABDF) will appear in court this week, to face charges

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Regional News

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has praised Barbados for the progress it has made so far, but continues to warn about the Island’s growing debt situation. According to a report in the NATION Newspaper, the IMF, in its latest article IV (4) consultation released yesterday, commended the Freundel Stewart administration’s

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International News

Hospitals in the US city of Orlando say they will not charge for treatment provided to survivors of the Pulse nightclub massacre. 49 people were killed in the massacre by a gunman in June. According to BBC, the Hospitals say they will write off about $5.5 million dollars in medical

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International News

WhatsApp says it will begin sharing more data with Facebook and will start letting some companies send messages to users. It is the first time the company has changed its privacy policy since the firm was bought by Facebook in 2014. WhatsApp will now share users’ phone numbers with the

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Frustrated West Indies head coach Phil Simmons says he has not been successful in getting a number of new measures implemented to help improve the performance of the regional squad. Simmons made his revelation during a news conference following the West Indies 2-0 defeat in the four-Test series against India,

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Local News

A representative of the Taiwanese Embassy in St. Vincent & the Grenadines has expressed shock at the recent announcement by Opposition Leader Arnhim Eustace that his party will adopt a “One China Policy”. In an interview on Tuesday August 23rd 2016 with IWitness News, the official said the embassy has

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