THE HEART OF KINGSTOWN CITY

This is my beautiful Kingstown City, but something is disturbing behind the palm trees. Look at the roof of the buildings in “Little Tokyo”. Those buildings are occupied by small businesses that keep the city afloat. I mean they pay rent to the Government and pay their taxes. Isn’t that a shame and can devalue the other […]

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ROYALS FASHIONS RULES

12 Puzzling Fashion Rules The Royal Family Must Abide By Being a princess might seem like a dream, but in reality, the title comes with a lot of rules. After all, the Royal Family are very traditional and constantly being in the public eye means there is careful scrutiny over how well those traditions are being […]

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BLACK BEACHES IN THE US

In the 60’s blacks weren’t allowed to use public beaches in Biloxi, MS. On Sunday, April 24, 1960, Black Protestors proceeded with what was called a “wade-in.” They were beaten by white mobs and some police for attempting to wade in the water. Some were beaten so severely that they were almost decapitated. That day became […]

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NEWLY RENOVATED HOSPITAL/POLYCLINIC

The Levi Latham Health Complex was recently renovated, upgraded and considerably improved under the Modernisation of the Health Sector Project. The Complex consists of both a hospital and a polyclinic. We are hoping to be able to open it in June and thereby strengthen the delivery of healthcare in the Valley.   Average Rating 5 […]

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PASSPORT FRAUDSTERS ARRESTED IN ST VINCENT WITH BOGUS ANTIGUA PASSPORTS

PASSPORT FRAUDSTERS ARRESTED IN ST VINCENT WITH BOGUS ANTIGUA PASSPORTS     Two suspects were arrested recently in St Vincent by the Drug Squad; they were found to be in possession of a special printer, memory sticks, and personal information pages from a number of what appeared to be biometric passports from Antigua & Barbuda. The pages, which […]

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