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New Coast Guard Vessel

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The newest coast guard vessel “Captain Hugh Mulzac” was commissioned here on Monday at the Cruise Ship Terminal in Kingstown.

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PM On Projections For 2019 Budget

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Several new projects are expected to be rolled out in 2019 while, other areas will be expanded. So says Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves during the “Issues At Hand” radio program on Sunday.

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The Ban On Pesticides In SVG

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The Ministry of Agriculture last year banned three pesticides namely: Round Up, Touchdown and Glysophate pending a technical review.

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Improving ICT In SVG

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This country’s tourism and e-governance services will be boosted from an increase bandwidth that will start full streaming this year.

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Hirschsprung’s Disease Prevalent In Children

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The Hirschsprung’s Disease– a bowel disorder in children is reportedly prevalent in SVG which have been identified by doctors with the World Pediatric Project who have been conducting specialized surgeries at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital

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Viral Gastroenteritis

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines has seen an increase in the number of persons reporting symptoms suggestive of viral gastroenteritis through the National Syndromic Surveillance System.

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PSU Position

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Head of the Public Service Union Elroy Boucher has made it clear that the two unions which agreed to the proposed salary increases offered by the government cannot negotiate on behalf of public sector workers in the country.

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Increased Broadband For SVG

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Digicel and the Caribbean Communications Infrastructure Programme (CARCIP) has rolled out the fiber-optic cable that will link Saint Vincent with Grenada and the five major Grenadine islands.

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Police Seek Spiritual Guidance For 2019

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Deputy Police Commissioner Frankie Joseph has emphasized the need for protection and spiritual guidance for all police officers for this new year, bearing in mind the nature of their job.

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SVGTU On Agreement Of Salary Increase

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President of the SVG Teachers Unions Wendy Bynoe said the agreement on salary increases made at last Friday’s meeting in their absence is an insult to teachers and all other public servants.

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PM On Salary Increases

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The government’s proposed salary increases of 1 percent retroactive to July 2018, 1.5 per cent from January 2019, and 2 per cent for 2020 have been accepted by the National Workers Movement (NWM) and the Commercial Technical and Allied Workers Union (CTAWU).

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