Bradford Latham, the Forestry Officer responsible for law compliance, is encouraging hunters to use non injurious methods to catch wild life.
SVG will be getting its last shipment of fuel next month from the Trinidad refinery, Petrotrin, even though the state-owned company said it will close the refinery in October.
While St. Vincent and the Grenadines is in the peak of the hurricane season, there is also the reported increase in the number of earthquakes in the region.
Deputy Police Commissioner, Frankie Joseph, has said that the organisation will not relent in the execution of its duties.
A 29 year old Disc Jockey of Dickson Village who has evaded local police for almost a year, is now in custody facing a number of sexual offence charges, criminal trespass and burglary.
Exciting times are ahead for this country’s tourism sector; So says Minister of Tourism, Sports and Culture, Cecil McKie
Gunshots by unknown masked men rang out Monday night in the Lodge Village Community leaving residents angry and fearful for their lives.
Pitbulls must be treated with love in order to prevent the creation of monsters.
DRP Leader, Anesia Baptiste says she strongly supports maintaining the buggery laws.
The contributions made by educator Gwenneth Cambridge were recognized on Friday at a retirement awards ceremony held at Frenches House.
Students on the island of Bequia gained some hands on experience in the use of water quality monitoring equipment last week.
The police have charged another man in connection with last Saturday’s robbery of medical doctor Twana Browne-Caesar.
Work must be done to correct the problems of the local judicial system in order to build the public ‘s confidence in the Caribbean Court of Justice.
Police men and women are now better equipped for interventions with persons who are suffering with mental health illnesses.
Funding for HIV/AIDS remains an issue for many countries including St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Reach for the stars!!!! That’s the advice given by Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Education Deborah Charles.
Leader of the opposition New Democratic Party, Dr. Godwin Friday has said that he is willing to work with the government, and in particular, meet with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves to address crime.
Former leader of the New Democratic Party, Arnhim Eustace has responded to Sir James Mitchell’s statements in which he said that Eustace was his biggest mistake.
Three persons have been charged in connection with last Saturday’s robbery of medical doctor Twana Browne-Caesar.