With some $130-million dollars spent in education this year, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says that his government will continue to invest in the nation’s children.
Buyers Beware. That’s the warning which is being given by trade officials within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commerce and Trade to local consumers intending to purchase heavy equipment and machinery from Shanghai in China.
Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar has highlighted the critical role of effective communication and data collection to a community’s disaster preparedness efforts.
2018 Attorney General Reference Bill Described as Useful and Necessary by Queen’s Counsel Parnel Campbell
Queen’s Counsel Parnel Campbell has described the 2018 Attorney General Reference Bill as a useful and necessary piece of legislation.
Opposition MPs Expresses Reservations Regarding Attorney General’s Reference Constitutional Questions Bill
Members on the opposition bench in parliament have expressed the need to have public exchange on the Attorney General’s Reference Constitutional Questions Bill 2018.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is refuting claims in the international media, that this country has a human trafficking problem.
This country’s new Supervisor of Elections Dora James, has been charged by Governor General Sir Frederick Ballantyne to remain committed to carrying out her duties in ensuring that all elections here are free and fair.
The Caribex Task Force ships will visit SVG for the first time, docking at port Kingstown on Saturday morning, May 5th and remaining until Wednesday May 9th.
Citizens of SVG and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Can Now Travel Between Both Countries Without a Visa
Citizens of SVG and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) no longer need a visa to travel between both countries.
As of Saturday December 22, 2018 American Airlines will be operating direct weekly flights from Miami to the Argyle International Airport.
Young ladies in SVG are being encouraged to use technology to enhance their life and make and impact in the society.
Risks related to theft of equipment as well as the lack of consultation on key issues with the relevant authorities were among some of the concerns raised at the launch of activities on Friday April 27th for Fisherman’s Day 2018.
A High level delegation from the Republic of India in Pa-ra-ma-ribo headed by Minister of State of Law and Justice and Corporate Affairs – Shri Chaud-Hary, and the High Commissioner of India to SVG – Sa-ten-dar Kumar, will be visiting the state during the period April 22nd – 25th, 2018.
Ronique Chewitt originally of Glen was shot and killed by police in the Gibson Corner area Tuesday afternoon.
Consumers have been paying more for cooking gas from Monday of this week.
Police here are investigating a report of the sudden death of Jabez Hazel, a 1 year old child of Paget Farm, Bequia on Saturday April 14th.
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves believes that the newly passed “Advanced Passenger Information Act”, will help to combat human trafficking here.
Antigua & Barbuda’s Prime Minister Gaston Browne is convinced mischief could be involved in the latest probe underway here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines involving the Antigua and Barbuda passport.
Junior Gomez, a 29 year self-employed of Cane Garden/Trinidad and Tobago and 28 year old unemployed Yonette Small of Campden Park were arrested and charged for conspiracy to commit the offence of drug trafficking.
Police here have launched an investigation in relation to at least two viral video clips in which two men, one reportedly a Vincentian, are being held at gun point by Spanish speaking abductors and begging for their lives.