Inmates from the two prisons in SVG, who have developed a skill in craft, have been given the opportunity to showcase their work at the Everything Vincy Plus Expo.
Acting Commissioner of Police, Collin John, has highlighted the importance of a good relationship between the police and public in order to fight crime and improve the quality of life for everyone.
Laron Jones of the St. Vincent Grammar School came out on top in the 2018 Lion’s Club South Flow National Secondary School’s Public Speaking Competition Wednesday night.
Cuban nationals residing in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, commemorated the 150th anniversary of the start of wars for Cuban Independence last Friday at the Cuban Embassy.
Citizens of SVG and the wider Caribbean are being urged to examine more ways to strengthen the bonds of friendship with one another.
Investing now in the nutrition of this country’s children will bring both short term and long term benefits to the nation.
Higher education must be linked to production and at the same time be able to address the future needs of a nation.
This country is said to be making steady progress to transform its energy sector.
A section of the Jax wall in Ratho Mill collapsed on Sunday night causing the police to cordon off the area and divert traffic.
The Government has arrived at an agreement with the three investors who will soon take over operations at the Buccament Bay Resort.
Close to 50 graduates of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College are being provided with assistance from the government to pursue further studies at university.
Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, said efforts are already under way to build another state-owned hotel, this time at Diamond.
A proposal by investors in Canouan to construct a private primary school on lands which residents said is used as a play area has not met with the approval of Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves.
Progress is being made towards the reopening of the Buccament Bay Resort.
Counselor At The Mental Health Rehabilitation Center Appeals For Better Community Support For Persons With Mental Illnesses
The community must play a role if persons with mental illnesses are to lead productive lives.
Police are investigating a report of rape made by a 35-year-old domestic on behalf of her 14-year-old daughter both of Ottley Hall.
In an effort to ensure a comprehensive analysis of the country poverty levels, eight communities across St. Vincent and the Grenadines will soon contribute to a Participatory Poverty Assessment (PPA).
Taiwan’s economy is continuing its upward trend with a near 3 percent growth recorded for 2017, and unemployment for the first half of 2018 stood at 3.5 percent, a 17 year low.
Students at the Dr. JP Eustace Secondary School on Monday got the opportunity to learn more about depression, suicide and substance abuse.