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Standing Firmly in Support of the Argyle International Airport

By Jamal Browne

The Argyle International Airport project has been the centerpiece of conversations on national development in St. Vincent and the Grenadines for the past several years. 686 more words

Caribbean Charisma Features

Venezuela Declares Right to fly Warplanes over sovereign Caribbean Islands

by Peter Binose

In a speech on national television, Venezuela’s president Maduro reports that the air defense areas of the country have been expanded beyond the Windward Islands all the way up to St Maarten. 1,052 more words

Aviation

Caribbean Airlines records US$60 million in losses for 2014

The state-owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has recorded losses estimated at US$60 million last year, Finance Minister Larry Howai has said.

Howai, speaking in the Senate on Tuesday, said that the accounts for fiscal year ending December 31, 2014 were still being compiled but that the losses took into account the US$38 million 210 more words

Metro Caribbean

PRINCE WILLIAM JOINS KATE MIDDLETON ON MUSTIQUE VACATION

Sunshine and beautiful beaches is what’s up for the Royal family. Kate Middleton, Prince William and their darling little Prince George is visiting the luxurious Grenadine Island of Mustique for a beach vacation. 155 more words

NEWS

A river runs through it... Argyle Airport runway, that is!

Yambou River and mud in the middle of Argyle Airport runway

submitted by the SVG Green Party

If anyone tells you that aircraft will land at Argyle in 2015, then that person is lying to you. 499 more words

Politics & Corruption

Remembering Owia and Fancy's Young Champions, Heroes and Heroines

By: Jamal Browne

Laurence Binyon’s poem “For the Fallen” was penned on the rocks of Pentire Head on the Atlantic Coast of North Cornwall, England – a scene bearing an eerie similarity to that of St. 555 more words

Caribbean Charisma Features

The Bridges of St. Vincent: Unnecessary deaths and destruction likely to continue.

The future is as dark as the silt-laden waters

by Peter Binose

(Photo courtesy of I-Witness News)

The 3rd Duke of Bridgewater and perhaps even Isambard Kingdom Brunel would turn in their graves if they could see how the Unity Labour Party have neglected our little island’s waterways and bridges to the extent that bridges are destroyed on a regular basis. 1,518 more words

Disaster