SVGTV News Cast: April 16th 2019
Author SVG-TV News
The pressing needs for security in the internet of things was the theme under which an internet governance forum was held last Friday at the SVG Community College.
Trackeish Davis of the Argyle International Airport (AIA) is the winner of the inaugural SVG National Corporate Public Speaking Championship.
The uncertainty of not having in place a ferry service to transport people and cargo from the southern Grenadines is no more.
This country has made another concrete step in making full use of its marine resource, with the signing of an agreement with Jamaican based Rainforest Seafoods Inc.
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Cadet Force will host a public lecture to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano next Tuesday April 16th.
Scrapping LIAT as we know it and starting afresh is one of the strong possibilities being considered by the airline’s management.
Education Officer responsible for school safety Dr. Idelia Ferdinand said the ministry is working towards fostering a culture of safety in schools nation wide.
One cannot prevent natural disasters but with adequate preparedness many lives can be saved.
The 2019 SVG Gospel Festival officially opened on Sunday with organizers hoping for a grand showcase for the month long activities.
The current situation in Venezuela will continue to create instability in the southern Caribbean and heads of government in the region have to find a solution to the issue rooted in dialogue.
The Traffic Department of SVG Police Force said it has cracked down on the reckless and dangerous driving, and loud music during the recently concluded inter primary, secondary and college school games held at the Arnos Vale Sporting Complex.