St. Vincent and the Grenadines is among ten caribbean countries stand to benefit from a USAid-funded local capacity for local solutions (lc4ls) project.
Teachers in SVG are being given the opportunity to sharpen their skills
Police here have said they investigating the circumstances which lead to an assault on Ronneia Durham-Balcombe, a 31 year old Lawyer of Prospect.
This country can look forward to an increase in the quality and quantity of fruits and vegetables produced for the domestic market with the official opening on Monday of the Montreal Green House Park.
Citizens of SVG and those of other countries in the OECS will be required to travel in person to Trinidad from December this year if they want to obtain a Canadian visa.
Outfitted with a brand new 33 foot defender class vessel, thanks to the U.S. Embassy, the St. Vincent Grenadines Coastguard is now better equipped to carry out its duties.
With an injection of $1.3 million E.C. dollars to assist in the first phase of a banana revitalization programme, to fight the black sigatoka disease, Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar said believes that the fight against the disease will be made easier.
The case of suspended Antigua and Barbuda police commissioner, Vincentian Wendel Robinson, has been pushed back to July 20th.
Inspector Henry Providence is encouraging firearm licence holders to take along their weapon when they are updating their licence.
Police are investigating the apparent suicide of female secondary school student and the murder of 69-year old Antonia “Toni” Rose.