Continuous work in the Tourism sector is bearing fruit as SVG has been generating new interest as a tourism destination.
The first batch of Vincentians to give of their service to the relief and rebuilding efforts of British Virgin Islands left the state on Thursday.
Parents of Students at Fairhall Government School to Participate in 10 Month Parent Education Programme
Parents of students attending the Fairhall Government School will for the next ten months participate in a Parent Education programme facilitated by the Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment in collaboration with the Fairhall Government School.
Local Pathologist Dr. Ronald Child has given the thumbs up to the use of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Vaccine here in SVG.
Business operation at FLOW St. Vincent was disrupted on Wednesday, as many of the company’s staff and customers were seen outside of the main building in capital Kingstown.
The restoration of the Sandy Bay, London Cemetery is being treated as a matter of urgency.
With over 3 million deaths every year and close to 400 million work related non-fatal injuries and illnesses worldwide, this country is doing its part to protect the rights of workers through the occupational safety & health bill 2017.
The modern medical complex is now expected to be functional by January 2018.
This country has experienced an increase of some 13 million dollars in total revenue and grants for the year thus far.
Minister of Transport and Works, Julian Francis told parliament on Tuesday, that heavy rainfall has generally been one of the factors that has retarded the progress of road infrastructure in the country
As they celebrate 42 years since the 1975 teachers strike, the SVG Teachers Union will commemorate the events which led to the strike with a week of activities
RSVG Police Force Seeking Public Assistance in Apprehending Perpetrators of Burglaries in Questelles
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) is carrying out investigations in connection with a series of burglaries which occurred in the Questelles District recently.
Parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of Education, Deborah Charles said there is a dependency by the government on the nation’s human resources to ensure that SVG becomes even more developed in the future.
Local Educator Calls for a Structured Approach to Address the Issue of Low Male Performance in Academics
A structured approach must be taken in order to address the issue of low male performance in the Education system.
The Centre for Enterprise Development Inc. (CED) has embarked on a new initiative geared at developing a culture of innovation among young people in St Vincent and the Grenadines.
The role of a pharmacist is not simply to compound and dispense drugs but about ensuring the quality delivery of health care.
In order to properly adjust to life after retirement one must adequately plan for this new phase in life.
The private sector must be allowed to develop itself in order to promote economic growth and create wealth and other opportunities for the youth of SVG.
Former Chief Executive Officer of the Offshore Financial Authority, Attorney Dr. Linton Lewis believes that this country, has been transparent pertaining to its dealings with the Manafort & Gates investigation.
SVG’s homicide count has risen to 37 after the shooting deaths of two men young Thursday night in the Gomea area.