The Ministry of Agriculture last year banned three pesticides namely: Round Up, Touchdown and Glysophate pending a technical review.
This country’s tourism and e-governance services will be boosted from an increase bandwidth that will start full streaming this year.
The recruitment of vincentian nurses to work in the United Kingdom will commence next Tuesday January 22nd 2019.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has seen an increase in the number of persons reporting symptoms suggestive of viral gastroenteritis through the National Syndromic Surveillance System.
Ministry Of Agriculture To Intensify Surveillance To Ensure Products Coming Into The Country Meet Required Standards
The Ministry of Agriculture plans to clamp down on imported fruits and vegetables that are deemed unsafe for consumption, now that there is a facility available here to carry out tests.
Head of the Public Service Union Elroy Boucher has made it clear that the two unions which agreed to the proposed salary increases offered by the government cannot negotiate on behalf of public sector workers in the country.
Opposition Leader Dr. Godwin Friday says there should be further negotiations on the salary agreement that was accepted in the absence of the two major unions
Health practitioners came together on Monday to design and customize an integrated diabetes care model for St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Digicel and the Caribbean Communications Infrastructure Programme (CARCIP) has rolled out the fiber-optic cable that will link Saint Vincent with Grenada and the five major Grenadine islands.
Deputy Police Commissioner Frankie Joseph has emphasized the need for protection and spiritual guidance for all police officers for this new year, bearing in mind the nature of their job.
A medical team from the Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taiwan has donated five Hemoglobin A1C (HA1C) machines to the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment.
The polymer fifty EC dollar note will be in circulation here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in five months time.
President of the SVG Teachers Unions Wendy Bynoe said the agreement on salary increases made at last Friday’s meeting in their absence is an insult to teachers and all other public servants.
The government’s proposed salary increases of 1 percent retroactive to July 2018, 1.5 per cent from January 2019, and 2 per cent for 2020 have been accepted by the National Workers Movement (NWM) and the Commercial Technical and Allied Workers Union (CTAWU).