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Friday June 7th could be a historic day for St Vincent and the Grenadines USD$2 Million LiDAR Launched by 5Cs Professor Sir Hilary Beckles

Friday June 7th could be a historic day for St Vincent and the Grenadines ….

St Vincent and the Grenadines began the process to become a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council  (UNSC) back in  2010.  More than 60 United Nations Member States have never been members of the Security Council, on June 7, 2019, the members of the United Nations General Assembly would through formal balloting, cast their […]


USD$2 Million LiDAR Launched by 5Cs – first for the Caribbean

The Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) through the USAID-funded Climate Change Adaptation Program (USAID CCAP) on Monday 3rd December 2018 launched a US$2 million Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) System which will significantly boost the Caribbean’s ability to limit the ravages of climate change by improving its capability to monitor and plan for physical […]

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Professor Sir Hilary Beckles – president of the newly formed Universities Caribbean

The UWI Regional Headquarters Jamaica. November 23, 2018—A major development in the transformation of the higher education sector in the Caribbean took place in the Dominican Republic last week, from November 12-13, 2018. Vice-Chancellors, Presidents, and Rectors of dozens of Caribbean-based universities and research institutes, convened under the leadership of Professor Sir Hilary Beckles, Vice-Chancellor […]

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Caribbean Birding Trail Eco-Tourism Training – Call for Applicants open until April 1st 2018.

09 March 2018

SusGren and BirdsCaribbean have launched an eco-tourism training opportunity to be held between May 28th and June 1st, 2018 on Union Island, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The training workshop titled “Caribbean Birding Trail Interpretive Guide Training Program” is part of the Caribbean Birding Trail Project, an initiative of the regional non-profit Birds Caribbean. The purpose of […]

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The Ashton Lagoon

Call for Proposals – Supervision of restoration and construction works at the Ashton Lagoon.

23 February 2018

Information on Scope of Services as well the Draft Contract are Annexed hereto. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/1sr7tp10qwjj5v8/AAA77hVOdUIkKFMKbtlNZm6pa?dl=0   PDF VERSION HERE       

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“Friends of Union Island” Group gives $10,000 towards fencing the Clifton Cemetery

16 February 2018

The Union Island Development Group (UIDG) is on a mission to undertake projects on Union Island that would contribute to a better way of life for residents on the Island. The group is currently working to fence both the Ashton and Clifton Cemeteries. The group recently received much needed support by way of monetary contribution […]

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The Garifuna Heritage Foundation launches National Heroes and Heritage Month Events.

16 February 2018

As part of National Heroes and Heritage Month, the Garifuna Heritage Foundation, TGHF, presented to the media and the general public, a variety of activities which will cover the period from  March 8th –  to March 24th. The TGHF Media Launch was held on Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 at the National Public Library Conference Room in […]

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The Ashton Lagoon

Bidding for Phase II of Engineering Works for Ashton Lagoon Project now Open.

02 February 2018

Sustainable Grenadines Inc. (SusGren) has received financing from the German Development Bank KfW through the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre has received financing from the KFW German Development Bank, toward the cost of the project titled: “Restoring Ashton Lagoon’s Ecosystem to Promote Nature Based Adaptation to Climate Change while Creating Sustainable Livelihood Opportunities for the […]

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A beautiful feeling of Life by Françoise Gagnieux-Marfoglia

26 January 2018

A hawksbill turtle had laid eggs on Palm Island – West Beach, later than normal (November). The Environmental Attackers team led by Roseman Adams was concerned that the turtles had hatched but were unable to reach the surface. Françoise Gagnieux-Marfoglia shared the experience. Thanks to the combined efforts of Palm Island and The Environmental Attackers of […]

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Buried Alive – a story of how 135 turtles were saved.

25 January 2018

David and his wife Ingrid along with their daughter Gemma and her husband Paris were all guests at Palm Island, an exclusive, private-island resort located at the southern tip of St Vincent and the Grenadines. They had an encounter with nature which will remain with them for a long time. Here is Ingrid’s story from Wednesday […]

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21 January 2018

The Union Island Secondary UISS School 45th Track and Field Championship was held at the Clifton Playing Field on the 19th January 2018 under beautiful sunshine and keen competition. At the end of the event, which climaxed into the dust of the evening, saw a new champ, Peters House (Yellow). Athletes representing Peters House blazed the […]

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Bequia Mount Gay Music Fest 2018- Your Ultimate Guide for this International Event

11 January 2018

The Bequia Tourism Association’s featured event Mount Gay Music Fest promises a four-day, fabulous weekend of live entertainment in Bequia, January 18 to 21 2018. Headliner King Bubba and the FM Band out of Barbados, with Teddyson John will be joined with a thrilling programme of daily and nightly events at the Frangipani Hotel, Bequia Plantation […]

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50 New Year’s Resolution Ideas

31 December 2017

The New Year is slowly nearing, and with the holiday season already upon us many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, […]

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