Vincentians are being encouraged to seek a healthier lifestyle in order to avoid serious medical conditions such as Kidney Disease.
With air travel being a critical gateway to relief operations after natural disasters such as hurricanes, Chief Executive Officer of the Argyle International Airport (AIA), Hadley Bourne is emphasizing the need for staff to be efficient in their duties during such critical time.
The HIV/ AIDS Unit in the Ministry of Health is seeking to integrate their work into the nation’s Primary Health Care services.
The homicide count for St. Vincent and the Grenadines is now at 31.
Over 400 medical students from islands ravaged by the recent hurricanes will take up classes here in SVG this week at various medical schools.
The RSVG Police Force is investigating the death of Irone Bascombe, and Roland Cunningham
As this country gets ready to celebrate 38 years of Independence on October 27th, Chief Cultural Officer Anthony Theobalds, is of the view that vincentians have much to be proud of.
Opposition Leader Expresses Concern with the Fall Through of a Foreign Exchange Transaction Agreement to Assist Local Traffickers
Opposition Leader Dr. Godwin Friday is calling on the government to urgently address the situation where local traffickers are having difficulties getting their foreign currency converted to EC dollars
Police are investigating the shooting deaths of 3 persons in separate incidents in this country over the weekend.
Serious investments are needed in food production in order to sustain the livelihood of all Vincentians.
Police here are investigating the shooting of an Ottley Hall man.
The police here are investigating the apparent adduction of a 6-year old girl, and the assault of a 20-year old mother in the New Montrose area.
Primary school students here are set to benefit from an Early Learners Program (ELP) as this nation is among six OECS member states in which the new innovation program will be administered.
Minister of Economic Planning Camillo Gonsalves has expressed concern that many Vincentians living and working in the British and U.S. Virgin Islands, have become unemployed, due to the destruction caused by Hurricane Irma.
SVG as well as the Caribbean Community has come in for high praise in its efforts to aid its Caricom neighbors which have been devastated by hurricanes Irma and Maria.
St. Vincent and the Grenadines has not only been talking the talk in relation to renewable energy but also walking the walk.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit Monday night said Dominica was “brutalised” by Hurricane Maria as it made its way across the island.
Outlining the efforts made by this government in the relief work offered to neighbouring caribbean islands, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said at a press conference on Monday, that this country has a duty, to be a “good samaritan.”
The RSVG Police Force is investigating an accident which took place on Sunday night on the Argyle public road.