The Royal St. Vincent and The Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) in collaboration with the SVG Police Credit Union and SVG Ex- Police Association awarded 53 scholarships and 12 bursaries to successful CPEA students at an awards ceremony held at the police canteen.
A new book will be added to the Prisons’ library which the inmates are encouraged to read and learn from.
Literacy and numeracy are of critical importance if students are to be academically sound and over 80 students from the Barrouallie and surrounding communities recently got the opportunity to sharpen their skills in these areas.
The public service union on Tuesday awarded twenty four scholarships to its members’ children amounting to just over 29-thousand EC dollars.
Issues relating to health care and health insurance coverage for public workers were discussed during this week’s “PSU Speaks Radio Program” on Nice Radio.
Emergency shelters play a crucial role in protecting persons during and after a natural event and shelter managers across the country are being trained to increase their capacity in dealing with current and future challenges associated with shelter management.
The Methodist Church Kingstown and Chateaubelair Circuit last Sunday launched its 2019 secondary scholarship program under the theme ‘GRACE IN ACTION’.
Founder of Basil’s Scholarship Foundation Basil Charles is asking that duty be removed on text books noting the high costs of text books which students have to purchase for school.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines representatives to Carifesta 14 in Trinidad have been confirmed.
The Roads Buildings And General Services Authority- BRAGSA has commenced its annual summer road cleaning program.
The issue of non-payment of teachers here in SVG and across the region who have not been paid for marking CXC school based assessment (SBAs) continues to be on the front burner for the Caribbean teachers union.
A Prison Officer at Her Majesty’s Prisons has expressed confidence in the programs being offered to inmates to assist them in returning to society as a productive citizens.
A former senior civil servant here says the work and occupation of teachers across the region must be seen as beyond the classroom if they are to make a real impact in nation building.
The visit to SVG by a 20 member Garifuna delegation as part of the Vincy Homecoming Program 2019 has been considered an eye opener and plans are in the works to make the visit annual.
The Kingstown Preparatory School for yet another year has topped the Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment (CPEA) and gained four other positions in the top 10.
The following persons are asked to attend an interview at the Division of Nursing Education, Largo Height on the following dates and times:
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has defended the agreement the government signed last month with Rainforest Seafoods, a Jamaican based company which is expected to establish a fish processing facility at Calliaqua.