The celebration of the Christmas Season has been synonymous with the promotion of peace, joy and good will.
The events of the year 2017 have tended to place a damper on the realization of these ideals which underpin the civility of the society in which we live. Unfortunately there has been a phenomenal rise in negativity and this has replicated itself across the Caribbean region.
U.S. Embassy Bridgetown has announced the winner of its STEM Video Competition- The winner is The St. Vincent is the St. Vincent Girls’ High School.
The contest, which was open to all secondary school students in St. Vincent and the Grenadines over the age of 13, required students to produce a short video explaining why STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — is important in their community. The contest supported the U.S. Embassy’s goal of promoting STEM education as a driver of sustainable economic growth, and as a means to foster innovation and empower youth.
Companies which recently had their licences revoked by the Ministry of Industry, International Business, Commerce and Small Business Development will soon be publicly known.
The EU published its first "blacklist" of tax havens on Tuesday, naming 17 countries including Barbados, Panama, and St Lucia.
The final meeting of the Regional Project Team for the Development of the Regional Energy Efficiency Building Code (REEBC), will be convened in Paramaribo, Suriname, 7-8 December, 2017.
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