THE HUMPBACK WHALE

RE-POST Facts About Humpback Whales A humpback whale, part of the rorqual family of whales, swims in the ocean. Humpback whales are enormous creatures — about the size of a school bus. They are known for their haunting and melodic songs and for breaching the water with amazing acrobatic abilities. Humpbacks don’t normally have a […]

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SIGNS OF PHYSICAL ABUSE, PHYSICALLY ABUSED ADULTS

Typically, there are signs of physical abuse both within and outside the relationship in which it occurs. However, spotting the signs of physical abuse may not always be easy and sometimes people choose to overlook them as they don’t wish to believe that physical abuse is taking place. There are typically physical, behavioural and emotional signs of […]

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WHAT IS PHYSICAL ABUSE?

RESEARCHED BY: Sir Godfrey Gregg   The definition of physical abuse, according to the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, is: “Non-accidental use of force that results in bodily injury, pain, or impairment. This includes, but is not limited to, being slapped, burned, cut, bruised or improperly physically restrained.”1 Physical abuse is not […]

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MAKING EVERYDAY LIFE BETTER

Sir Godfrey Gregg We need other people! Our greatest joys—and our greatest hurts—come in our relationships. How can we improve our friendships and bonds of every kind? All human beings, regardless of age, sex, nationality or social background, have an innate desire for connections with others. Without them, life is dull, empty, without purpose and without […]

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ANOTHER WEEK OF PREPARATION

Good morning family all over the world and to those who worship on the Sabbath I say SHALOM and Happy Sabbath. I want to thank God for life and to be in the land of the living. Let me thank all those who joined me in praying for our Homeland St. Vincent and the Grenadines. […]

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CRIMES IN SVG

Sir Godfrey Gregg Crimes in the homeland of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is nothing new and was expected. There are quite a few factors that have triggered the wave of serious crimes not only in SVG but the wider Caribbean. However, our focus should be on the homeland, but it will take everyone to […]

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A CALL TO PRAYER, SAVE OUR COUNTRY

Sir Godfrey Gregg Another day family and I am in mourning for our blessed homeland for the devil has taken over our country and we are drifting further away from the reality of who we are. We got away from slavery, imperialism. colonialism and we recently lost our freedom as a people. I have good […]

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SVG FOREIGN POLICY

St. Vincent and the Grenadines will benefit from some generous donations and handouts from Japan in the coming weeks, as the Prine Minister stated in a media update on his recent State Visit to that country. Finally, Little Tokyo will have a facelift and enhance the environment in the Capital Kingstown City. That will leave […]

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WHAT NEXT TRINIDAD?

Monster quake terrifies T&T: Damage widespread Reports are beginning to come in of widespread damage as a result of an earthquake that shook the region on Tuesday afternoon.   Buildings have sustained structural damage, cars have been flattened by falling concrete and supermarkets are reporting losses. https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/trinidadexpress.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/0/f6/0f6291a6-a5a8-11e8-8653-e77422309ea9/5b7cb8acd0298.video.mp4   There is also a significant loss of […]

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EVEN TRINIDAD PRIME MINISTER WAS SCARED

Rowley: I was scared Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley said last night Trinidad and Tobago is in an earthquake zone and we should brace for aftershocks in the aftermath of the monster earthquake which struck yesterday. “Just when I thought it was ending, it got even stronger and I felt […]

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