A FLOOD-WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES UNTIL 6:00 P.M. TODAY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER, 2016
TROPICAL STORM WARNING ISSUED FOR ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES – SHUT DOWN OF ALL ACTIVITIES – BUSINESSES AND PUBLIC SERVICE IMMEDIATELY
Police at the traffic department have officially charged three persons in relation to the Rock Gutter accident on January 12th, 2015 resulting in the death of seven persons.
As part of the Caribbean Single Market and Economy (CSME) initiative to get youngsters more knowledgeable about the Caribbean, the CSME secretariat conducted its second phase of youth exchange with Jamaican students coming to this country.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines donates 7000 tissue culture Dasheen and Tanya plantlets to Dominica in the hopes of assisting the country’s agriculture sector recover
Venezuela’s President Ends Two Day Official Visit with Promise of Continued Support in a Number of Areas
It was a busy day for Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, who arrived here on Sunday, November 1st on an official visit which ended yesterday afternoon around 4:30pm with his departure.
Meanwhile President of the National Omni Bus Association Anthony Bacchus says years has passed since this country has been affected by any natural disaster and therefore the government has had enough time to deal with their aftermath.
Minister of State responsible for Transport and Works Julian Francis says that the National Omni Bus Association (NOBA) does not have a good enough reason to take industrial action and also questions the motive of its president.
As Guyana seeks to bring a legal end to the 50-year-old Venezuelan territorial threat to Guyana, President David Granger met with the United Nations Secretary General Ban ki-Moon and President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, on Sunday evening.
A 21 years old laborer of Rillan Hill has been sentenced to an 8 month jail term on a charge of burglary.