The police have charged another man in connection with last Saturday’s robbery of medical doctor Twana Browne-Caesar.
Work must be done to correct the problems of the local judicial system in order to build the public ‘s confidence in the Caribbean Court of Justice.
Police men and women are now better equipped for interventions with persons who are suffering with mental health illnesses.
Funding for HIV/AIDS remains an issue for many countries including St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Reach for the stars!!!! That’s the advice given by Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education Deborah Charles.
Leader of the opposition New Democratic Party, Dr. Godwin Friday has said that he is willing to work with the government, and in particular, meet with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves to address crime.
Former leader of the New Democratic Party, Arnhim Eustace has responded to Sir James Mitchell’s statements in which he said that Eustace was his biggest mistake.
Three persons have been charged in connection with last Saturday’s robbery of medical doctor Twana Browne-Caesar.
The opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) held its second walk for job and crime on Saturday, and the party leader, Dr. Godwin Friday says they are now strategizing other ways of pressing the government to acknowledge the seriousness of unemployment and crime in SVG.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has rubbished claims that the police only acted swiftly in connection with last Saturday’s incident because the victim the wife of a government minister.
Persons enrolled with the Adult and Continuing Education Division had a poor pass rate for Maths and English at the last sitting of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC), which has resulted in some changes taking place.
Plans are underway to establish a Garifuna Resource Centre in SVG that can be utilized by persons locally, regionally and internationally.
Eight persons are in custody while a ninth is on the run in connection with the robbery of medical doctor Reisha Twana Browne-Caesar, outside her home at Cedars on Saturday night.
A group of early childhood educators was encouraged to use the knowledge and skills they recently gained to make a meaningful impact on the children they teach.