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.
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.
A medical team from the Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taiwan has donated five Hemoglobin A1C (HA1C) machines to the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment.
The polymer fifty EC dollar note will be in circulation here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines in five months time.
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.
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).
A shooting incident in the Arnos Vale area of Pole Yard last Thursday evening has left a young man in his early twenties, dead.
“Striving Even Higher; 48 Years of Continuing Excellence” this is the theme under which the Barrouallie Secondary School, now named the Central Leeward Secondary is observing its 48th anniversary of existence.
Specialist in Infectious Diseases- Dr. Jose Davy is urging Vincentians to practice good personal hygiene in order to reduce the risk of transmission of influenza and other respiratory viruses.
Representatives of the SVG Teachers Union, the Public Service Union and the Police Welfare Association walked away from a meeting with Prime Minster Dr. Ralph Gonsalves last Friday
A team of doctors with the World Pediatric Project have successfully completed their first batch of surgeries at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital.
General Secretary of the SVG Teachers Union, Nikeisha Williams said that teachers in various schools across SVG have been doing more than a teacher’s job on many days.
Minister of Education St. Clair Jimmy Prince is encouraging teachers to recommit themselves towards the educating of the nation’s youth.
The North Union Secondary School is continuing in its trust to transform the lives of its students.
The Salvation Army is hoping to expand its programs this year to reach out to more persons across Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
More than 50-thousand cruise ship passengers have docked at port Kingstown within recent times but not all the passengers have disembarked these ships.
Deputy Director of the National Insurance Services (NIS) Dr. Mineva Glasgow has challenged the United Returnees Association and other similar organisations to do more to garner the involvement of the youth in their activities.
Inmates at Her Majesty’s Prisons are creating a buzz with their craft work and other measures are expected to be put in place to improve their skills while serving time behind bars.