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Carriacou Fisherfolk excited about FAD Fishing, over 400 Pounds of fish caught in one day. Restoration of the Largest Mangrove Forest Union Island observes Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
 

Carriacou Fisherfolk excited about FAD Fishing, over 400 Pounds of fish caught in one day.

Carriacou, November 16, 2017 – The community of Carriacou can expect to see an abundance of sliced fish at their local fish markets, as the fishers of Carriacou and Petite Martinique get excited over ocean fishing. On Thursday November 16, a 238-pound Blue Marlin, together with two Yellow Fin Tunas (80 lbs and 78 lbs) were landed […]

Restoration of the Largest Mangrove Forest & Lagoon in St Vincent and the Grenadines begin.

Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines – In 1994, a marine-hotel-golf-course development was initiated within the Ashton lagoon. After a year, in 1995 the project was abandoned. Dredging and the construction of the marina causeway blocked water circulation within the lagoon which led to the loss of significant coastal livelihood resources. Located on the […]

Union Island observes Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

The month of October 2017 is Cancer Awareness Month, and the Union Island Health center will be having a series of activities on the Island geared towards informing the public about Breast and Prostate cancers. Some of these activities include: educational seminars in the clinics, breast examinations, a cancer walk, school paragraph writing competition. Through […]

Carriacou Fisherfolk excited about FAD Fishing, over 400 Pounds of fish caught in one day.

22 November 2017

Carriacou, November 16, 2017 – The community of Carriacou can expect to see an abundance of sliced fish at their local fish markets, as the fishers of Carriacou and Petite Martinique get excited over ocean fishing. On Thursday November 16, a 238-pound Blue Marlin, together with two Yellow Fin Tunas (80 lbs and 78 lbs) were landed […]

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Restoration of the Largest Mangrove Forest & Lagoon in St Vincent and the Grenadines begin.

10 November 2017

Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines – In 1994, a marine-hotel-golf-course development was initiated within the Ashton lagoon. After a year, in 1995 the project was abandoned. Dredging and the construction of the marina causeway blocked water circulation within the lagoon which led to the loss of significant coastal livelihood resources. Located on the […]

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Union Island Development Group Fencing the Cemeteries

24 October 2017

The Union Island Development Group has been working on Fencing both the Ashton and Clifton Cemeteries raising funds… Posted by Radio Grenadines on Tuesday, October 24, 2017

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Union Island observes Breast and Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

24 October 2017

The month of October 2017 is Cancer Awareness Month, and the Union Island Health center will be having a series of activities on the Island geared towards informing the public about Breast and Prostate cancers. Some of these activities include: educational seminars in the clinics, breast examinations, a cancer walk, school paragraph writing competition. Through […]

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Cash Donations & Purchases Breakdown | Union Island for Dominica.

24 October 2017

Recently, Hurricane Maria, a Category 5 storm devastated the Island of Dominica. On Union Island, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Leader of the Energy Band, Godfred Ollivierre teamed up with Radio Grenadines, Union Island Easterval Committee and the Union Island Disaster Committee to form an organising committee to plan a benefit concert and donation drive dubbed […]

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Bequia did it for Dominica!

01 October 2017

On Monday 25th September 2017 a collection drive in aid of those affected in Dominica by Hurricane Maria was organised by Rise Up Bequia Inc., a Non-Profit group on the Island. “We rise by lifting others,” and that was the intention of Rise Up Bequia Inc. as they collected canned items, water, medication and toiletries that poured in […]

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The UWI stands ready to provide assistance for Caribbean territories following Hurricane Irma

12 September 2017

Regional Headquarters, Jamaica. W.I.  08 September 2017. As The University of the West Indies (The UWI) community continues to follow the tragic stories of the aftermath of  Hurricane Irma and impending Hurricane Jose, it is saddened and stands ready to assist recovery efforts. Reports on the impact of the category 5 Hurricane Irma include loss […]

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Over Three Hundred Students benefit from Rise Up Bequia Annual Book Drive.

08 September 2017

Three hundred and fifty-six (356) students across the Island of Bequia were left with smiles from ear to ear as they grasp their packages of notebooks, copy books, pens, and pencils for the new school year. After two days of distribution, Rise Up Bequia Inc.’s Annual Summer Book Drive 2017 was a major success. This […]

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Union Island Software Development Summer School a Success

29 August 2017

Eighteen students received certificates of completion at the National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC) MyApp closing ceremony held on August 18th 2007 at the Union Island Secondary School. The objective of the NTRC’s MyAPP summer program was to teach participants between the ages of 13-18 years who may or may not have previous exposure on how […]

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SMALL CREW HUGE SUCCESS – Union Island Cleanup Project

28 August 2017

The Union Island Cleanup Project is the Brainchild of “Zoe”, proprietor of the Snack Shack on Union Island. Today (August 28th) marks the start of what she hopes to be a regular cleanup exercise targeting different sections of the Island.   Over 50 large garbage bags of various litter (plastic, bottles esp oil bottles, straws, […]

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