Students of the St. George’s Anglican junior school and senior school have embarked on an initiative to give back, by donating items to children in St. Vincent and the Grenadines who may be feeling out of place due to the country’s recent volcanic eruption.
It’s been five months since a St. Patrick fisherman lost his boat due to inclement weather.
Now his children have come together to get their father back on the sea.
SGU employees who for varying reasons choose not to take the covid-19 vaccine say they will not cease the struggle until they get answers. They say they feel neglected by the trade union that is supposed to be representing them.
Forced to pay a lease and another asked to break down and move out, that’s the predicament of two small business people in the Beausejour area at happy hill St. George.
They are urgently pursuing the attention of prime minister and parliamentary representative Dr. Keith Mitchell in this matter.
One elderly man is in agony as he tries to come to grips with how he will get compensation for his damaged vehicle, which was vandalized by someone he claims begged him for money.
Some bus operators will face charges, as several offensive weapons were confiscated by police on Wednesday.
This comes days after a video posted on social media shows drivers and conductors of two passenger buses involved in an altercation brandishing weapons.