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.
Former Prime Minister Sir James Mitchell on Boom FM on Monday morning said the domestic incident involving Counselor for the Permanent Mission of St. Vincent and the Grenadines to the United Nations, Sehon Marshall and his wife, who is also a diplomat brings into question the method used to appoint them.
Stripping Sehon Marshall of Diplomatic Post Could Have Serious Consequences, According to PM Gonsalves
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said stripping Counselor for the Permanent Mission of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Sehon Marshall of his diplomatic post, could have serious consequences.
Strategic promotions as well as advanced project implementation will go a long way in bringing more benefits to SVG tourism industry.
The middle eastern country of Qatar has expressed strong interest in hotel investment in St. Vincent & the Grenadines.
The membership of the SVG Teachers Union is demanding that the government “pays Otto Sam”.
Police here are investigating the stabbing death of a young man of Edinboro on the grenadine island of Canouan on Sunday afternoon, November 26th, 2017.
The ministry responsible for family and gender affairs along with the adoption committee in a media statement condemned an advertisement published in the Vincentian Newspaper dated Friday 24th November, 2017 for a “private attorney assisted adoption”.
The “domestic dispute” between Counselor for the Permanent Mission of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in New York, 43-year old Sehon Marshall and his wife Xandra, 36, is no longer a private matter but a state to state issue.
The Wilson family of Vermont Village is in mourning, following the shooting death of 49-year old Lament Wilson.
Giving students the opportunity to explore scientific methods as well as showcase their own scientific ideas and innovation, the principal and staff of the Calliaqua Anglican Primary School hosted a science fair earlier this week at the school grounds.
General Secretary of the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP) Julian Francis believes that the recent protest at the cruise ship terminal, by some opposition activists is aimed at killing cruise tourism.
The RSVG Police Force continues to examine its crime fighting strategies, as a way of arresting gun related crimes in the country.
Teachers here are being cautioned that their attitude towards students who are struggling, could affect learning.