Massy Stores is discouraging the use of plastic bags by introducing reusable shopping bags at its stores as it seeks to discourage the use of plastic.
A Vincentian boy who was regarded as a curiosity in his adopted home in the UK, is to be given some dignity more than 200 years after his death.
Some one thousand, eight hundred and forty-six grade 6 students will sit the final component of the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) in 17 centres throughout SVG later this week.
The RSVG Police Force is seeking the public’s assistance in locating the whereabouts of Simeon Francois of Petit Bordel.
A Vincentian Assistant Superintendent of Police in the Antigua/Barbuda Police Force and his mother were on Monday May 14th, 2018, each granted bail when they appeared before a magistrate in Antigua in relation to passport fraud charges.
With some $130-million dollars spent in education this year, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says that his government will continue to invest in the nation’s children.
Buyers Beware. That’s the warning which is being given by trade officials within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commerce and Trade to local consumers intending to purchase heavy equipment and machinery from Shanghai in China.
Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar has highlighted the critical role of effective communication and data collection to a community’s disaster preparedness efforts.
2018 Attorney General Reference Bill Described as Useful and Necessary by Queen’s Counsel Parnel Campbell
Queen’s Counsel Parnel Campbell has described the 2018 Attorney General Reference Bill as a useful and necessary piece of legislation.
The 2018 edition of the Hottest Carnival in the Caribbean – Vincy Mas was officially launched last Saturday May 5th.
Opposition MPs Expresses Reservations Regarding Attorney General’s Reference Constitutional Questions Bill
Members on the opposition bench in parliament have expressed the need to have public exchange on the Attorney General’s Reference Constitutional Questions Bill 2018.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is refuting claims in the international media, that this country has a human trafficking problem.