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39 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

It is with joy that I pen these few words to wish all my people of the Homeland and in the Diaspora a happy Independence Day. We do celebrate 39 years and the struggles continue but God will see us through. The journey to this place was not an easy one, but we persevere with […]

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INDEPENDENCE ANNOUNCEMENT

Announcements by PM Dr. Ralph Gonsalves in his Independence Address 2018: 120+ graduate teachers who obtained degrees in 2013, 2014, 2015 to be appointed as Graduate Teachers from January 2019. Free Hold titles to be given to farmers who leased lands from the government. Some 120 lots land for housing contruction to be distributed at […]

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TURTLE MEAT RESTORATION

Sir Godfrey Gregg After the elections of 2020, I will fight to have the law restored where fishermen will have the window to catch and kill turtles and to be charged for killing turtles out the season and those that hunt the eggs. Bequia provides most of the fish, conch and lobster that are exported […]

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BEQUIA ROADS THIS 39TH INDEPENDENCE DAY

Bequia will always be an independent Island within the great state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. From 1967 to present Bequia has been in the control of Sir James Mitchell and the now New Democratic Party. I do not see any change in the near future until I file the necessary papers to contest […]

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39 YEARS AGO

First Prime Minister of St.Vincent and the Grenadines, Rt Hon. Robert Milton Cato signing legal instrument declaring SVG’S Political Independence and sovereignty. Other members of the Vincentian delegation are former Attorney General, Mr Arthur Wiliams and Fmr Foreign Affairs Minister Mr Hudson Tannis As we approach the celebrations of our 39th year of Independence, we […]

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HIS EXCELLENCY DR GRANVILLE WILLIAMS HONOURED

Today is declared Emancipation Day since the abolition of slavery. The Act was passed on August 1, 1833, and became effective in 1834. Many people believe that we were enslaved in Africa and shipped to the Caribbean. However, if that is the case many are still in enslavement and there seen to be no way out […]

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AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT

THIS IS A RE-POST AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT AUGUST 1 IS EMANCIPATION DAY FOR ALL PEOPLE OF AFRICAN DESCENT By Jason Walker Emancipation day is an important day for the descendants of Africa, especially those whose ancestors were impacted by the Slave trade. In the 1800’s the holocaust of […]

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BOAT BUILDING ON BEQUIA

As with St. Vincent, Bequia was home to Amerindians before European farmers, fishermen and traders settled here in the 1700s. Nine sugar plantations were established during the early 1800s but prosperity was short-lived when the sugar industry entered a period of decline. The maritime trades of fishing, whaling and boat building established themselves as Bequia’s primary industries […]

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