The Calliaqua Town Hall Building was opened on Tuesday October 4th and according to the speakers at the opening ceremony, the services to be provided at the building will leave an impact on Calliaqua and other surrounding areas.
The Milton Cato Memorial Hospital received a much needed boost as two health professional joined its medical staff on Monday.
A contractor and businessman of Owia is counting his lucky stars after escaping unhurt from what seemed like an attempted robbery in the Orange Hill area around 11am on Tuesday.
Deputy Director of Marion House, Jeanie Ollivierre is making a strong appeal for adult males to refrain from having sexual relations with children.
Seeking to uplift the nation through prayer the Ministry of Education and Ecclesiastical Affairs in collaboration with the National Day of Prayer Committee (NDOP) hosted a national day of prayer here on Monday October 2nd.
Former opposition leader and member of parliament for East Kingstown, Arnhim Eustace said the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP) has “failed miserably” at fighting crime in this country.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has refuted claims by some that his government is taking nonchalant attitude with the recent spate of crime in the country.
Police are investigating the fatal shooting of 42-year old Calvert Pierre of Kelborney and the fatal accident of 23-year old Alieke Gibson who fell off a moving truck
Persons wishing to utilize drone technology are being encouraged to collaborate with the Director of Airports to ensure the safety of aircraft with in SVG’s airspace.
Opposition member of parliament for Central Kingstown, St. Clair Leacock says the RSVG Police Force must be more practical in its analysis and tackling of crime in this country.
With 31 homicides for the year thus far, the leadership of the opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) on Thursday, called on the ruling Unity Labour Party (ULP), to demit office over what the party leaders has defined as, “Governmental Incompetence” to tackle crime in the country.
Minister of Transport & Works Julian Francis is defending the Government’s input, in the fight against crime in this country.
The police here are carrying out investigations into the death of Michael Edwards, of Lowmans Hill.
The Seventh-Day Adventist Church in a statement on the crime situation in the country, expressed alarm at what it says is the relative ease with which guns are available in communities and are often used to commit the most heinous crimes.
Head of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) Ruth Jacobs, said that the Royal St. Vincent & the Grenadines Police Force is taking a proactive approach in dealing with the crime situation in the country.
Persons here living in abusive situations told they must not be afraid to seek help.
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.