Twenty-nine medical students received their white coats on Saturday December 9th at the All Saints University, College of Medicine, St. Vincent and the Grenadines sixteenth (16th) white coat ceremony held at the Arnos Vale campus
Sunday December 10th was observed globally as Human Rights Day, it also marked the end of the United Nation’s 16 days of activism against gender based violence which ran from November 25th to December 10th, under the theme “leave no one behind, end violence against women and girls.
Female prisoner Joleen Williams built a strong case for a partnership between the business community and the prison authorities here to capture the 2017 Prisons Public Speaking Competitions on Monday as part of activities for Prison Service Week.
Electric vehicles have proven themselves to be superior to their internal combustion rivals and are well suited for SVG and vincentians.
Based on the idea of educating students in four disciplines namely science, technology, engineering and mathematics, in an interdisciplinary and applied approach, STEM education is seen as a critical way for students to understand, explore and engage the world
A Palestinian Investment group has signaled interest in investing in SVG’s tourism sector.
Flights coming out of the JFK airport in New York would soon become a reality.
With over 300-thousand cruise visitors expected in this country for the season, Chief Executive Officer of the Tourism Authority, Glen Beache is excited that SVG is becoming a hot tourist destination.
Aimed at heightening awareness on domestic violence here in SVG, the division of gender affairs in the Ministry of National Mobilization on Tuesday, held a sensitization workshop on the new domestic violence legislation, in relation to its protocols and procedures.
Coming together in a united front, the leadership of the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) is giving the assurance that they are focused and unified amidst some internal wranglings.
General Secretary of the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP) Julian Francis is criticizing the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) for seeking to win a general election through the court and not through the ballot boxes.
Vice President of the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) St. Clair Leacock, is peeved by recent statements made on a radio program in which political commentator Keith Joseph described him as “the weakest link” within the party.
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF), in an effort to tackle the incidence of sexual offences on the island, concluded two weeks of training, consisting of 27 female members (of various ranks) in the constabulary.
There has been tremendous strides made in the fight against HIV/AIDS here in SVG and worldwide however vincentians have been encouraged to remain vigilant.
With the opening of the Argyle International Airport earlier this year on February 14th, travelers to SVG now have greater options in getting to the country and according to the CEO of the SVG Tourism Authority Glen Beache
People living with HIV/AIDS must be allowed to exercise their rights and seek the medical assistance they need.
Aimed at addressing climate change issues and how Green Tech businesses can play a role in combating such issues here in SVG an Idea Generation Session was held here on Tuesday afternoon
This country is exploring the possibility of agricultural trade with the middle eastern country of Qatar.
Former NDP Leader Rebukes Senior Member for Public Comments made on the Party’s Senatorial Appointments
Former Leader of the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) Arnhim Eustace is cautioning that an “undisciplined approach may contribute to a breakdown” of the political party.
The social issue of domestic violence particularly violence against women and girls is considered a serious concern here in SVG, and as part of efforts to effectively and efficiently address and if not eradicate this scourge, the government has put in place a National Commission on Gender Based Violence (NCGBV) to provide advice towards such an effort.