SVGTV News Cast: June 21st, 2018
Author SVG-TV News
The case of suspended Antigua and Barbuda police commissioner, Vincentian Wendel Robinson, has been pushed back to July 20th.
Inspector Henry Providence is encouraging firearm licence holders to take along their weapon when they are updating their licence.
Police are investigating the apparent suicide of female secondary school student and the murder of 69-year old Antonia “Toni” Rose.
Motorists have been paying more at the pump for gasoline and diesel as of Monday June of 11th.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has confirmed that the US sanctions imposed on Venezuela have indeed been affecting Caribbean countries, including St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
Venezuela’s Ambassador, Francisco Perez Santana, has revealed that shipments of petroleum from Venezuela to this country have not been suspended; contrary to media reports.
The St. Vincent Girls High School (GHS) has for yet another year snatched the award of distinction making them the winners of the 2018 RBC Young Leaders title.
The Windward Islands Farmers Association (WINFA) said it has undertaken the second in a series of skills transfer and capacity building training exercises of farmers who are members of the umbrella organisation.
St. Vincent & the Grenadines is said to be among countries to be affected as Venezuela’s PDVSA (P-DA-VE-SA) said it is suspending petroleum deliveries to about half of the Caribbean countries in its Petrocaribe agreement.
Grade six students across SVG continue to celebrate their achievements in the 2018 Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment examinations (CPEA).