Where disorder goes unchecked crime abounds. This was the opinion expressed in a recent essay written by Director of Planning Laura Anthony Browne in which she presented a unique approach in examining the causes of crime in SVG.
In recognition of their hard work and academic achievements students who would have gained successful results in the 2017 CXC/CSEC, GCE/CAPE and Associate Degree examinations were rewarded with a $500.00 award compliments the government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has called for a closer working relationship with American Caribbean States (ACS) and other regional entities in combating challenges posed by natural disasters.
The coming into being of a National Health and Wellness Commission is in fact an important moment in the development of healthcare here in SVG.
Health Care Professionals in SVG continue to push for healthy living as well as screening for early detection in order to prevent deaths and financial burden caused by Cancer.
Residents on the Grenadine Island of Mayreau have been encouraged to be their neighbor’s keeper.
A National Health and Wellness Commission for St. Vincent and the Grenadines was launched here on Tuesday at the NIS Conference Room.
Vincentians have a patriotic duty to buy local produce, a process which has a positive effect on the economy.
The RSVG Police Force is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Kesron Jacobs better known as DJ Crizmo.
The relevant authorities here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has issued a joint statement strongly denouncing the description of St. Vincent and the Grenadines as being “notorious for money laundering” and a “prime money laundering destination.”
St. Vincent and the Grenadines one of several locations allegedly used by former Trump Campaign Chief, Paul Manafort and Campaign Official, Rick Gates to stash and launder tens of millions of dollars.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is calling for “all hands on deck” to help take this country forward.
The election petition case has been adjourned and will resume at the next available date for hearing either December 2017 or January 2018.
Several students and the driver of a government owned school bus are counting their lucky stars after an accident Wednesday morning in the Sandy Bay area.
With an expected increase in arrivals to SVG for the Christmas season, more must be done to get more participation of the business community in lighting up capital Kingstown
Praedial larceny is not an issue only for the Police and the Ministry of Agriculture, but one which affects the entire nation.
SVGCC Director Asking Educators to Find Ways of Tackling deficiency in Numeracy Skills Among Students Here
Director of the St. Vincent & the Grenadines Community College, Nigel Scott is calling on educators to come up with ways to tackle a deficiency in numeracy skills among students here.
Police are investigating the drowning of a man in the north windward community of Owia.
PM Gonsalves Advises Students of SVG Community College to be more Prudent in their pursuit of Higher Education
Students of SVG Community College met with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves at the villa campus where the discussion focused on educational funding opportunities available in the various sectors of the country.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is dispelling what he describes as “negative talk” over the re-opening of the Buccama Bay Resort.