The female body that was found at the King’s Hill forest reserve has been identified as Ketisha Bess of Great House, Lowmans Leeward.
In the wake of a national peak in the production of plantains, the Ministry of Agriculture through the Farmers’ Support Company (FSC) has created a credit line of up to $10,000 for Agro-Processors involved in Plantain chip production.
A body found this morning in the Diamond area is said to be that of a female between the age group 17-25… More on this on SVGTV News @ 6:45pm
As of tomorrow 1st July, 2015, the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will no longer issue one cent and two cents coins to the commercial banks operating within the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU).
The Bethel Bible College St. Vincent and the Grenadines campus on Sunday June 28th held its 2015 graduation ceremony.
Days after news broke of the death at sea of two men from the Chateaubelair/Petit Bordel area on the Leeward coast their families are seeking answers as to what actually transpired.
The World Pediatric Project, WPP, has established a new post locally to raise funds from St. Vincent and the Grenadines and regionally to continue helping critically-sick children here.
Police here are investigating a road accident at Coulls Hill on the leeward side of St.Vincent last evening which left three people dead.
The bodies of 47-year-old Brian Baptiste of Golden Grove, Chateaubelair, originally of Owia and 25-year-old Glenroy Agustin Delpesche of Petit Bordel, were found at sea on Thursday.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Camillo Gonsalves, Advises Students to “Don’t be afraid to Fall or to Fail.”
“Don’t be afraid to fall or to fail.” That’s the advice given by this country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, Commerce and Information Technology Camillo Gonsalves, while delivering the feature address at the 2015 SVG Community College Graduation Ceremony earlier this week.
Efforts to establish a juvenile facility in this country is closer to fruition than thought, as both male and female centers are soon to be established.
It’s Official… The Ottley Hall Marina and Shipyard has been leased for 15 years to the locally registered company, St. Vincent Shipyard Limited, (SSL).