Preparations are now at an advanced stage for the 2021 edition of the Nine Mornings Festival, which is being co-ordinated by the National Nine Mornings Management Committee. This year’s Nine Mornings program will be hosted with a different format, and the Chairman of the Committee, Orande Bomani Charles said the organisers are pressing ahead with… Continue Reading →
The SVG Tourism Authority is continuing to monitor developments in relation to the Covid-19 Pandemic, and its impact on the Tourism product of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Chief Executive Officer of the Tourism Authority, Glen Beache said the Authority is keeping an eye on the new variant which has emerged. Mr. Beache however welcomed… Continue Reading →
Local Medical Practitioner Dr. Malcolm Grant has been providing information on how the Covid 19 virus is spread, and how long the virus can survive on surfaces. Dr. Grant was discussing the importance of vaccination in controlling the spread of the disease, during NBC’s Face to Face programme. Rawdica Stephen tell us more in today’s… Continue Reading →
The 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season officially comes to a close today, but Vincentians are being advised to remain vigilant, and continue to monitor developments relating to the weather. And, Manager of the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Meteorological Service, Billy Jeffers says he is counting on the Ministry of Health to continue its mosquito fogging… Continue Reading →
Solidarity greetings have been extended by Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves to the Prime Minister of Barbados Mia Mottley, and the Government and people of Barbados, on the occasion of Barbados becoming a Republic. In a letter to the Barbados Leader yesterday, Prime Minister Gonsalves said Barbados is completing the vital task of crossing the… Continue Reading →
St. Vincent and the Grenadines will join the global community in observing World Aids Day, tomorrow Wednesday December 1st This year the day will be observed with the theme: End Inequalities. End AIDS. And this year’s World Aids Day program has a special focus on reaching people left behind, as the World Health Organization and its… Continue Reading →
Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets in the 1st Test in Bangladesh yesterday, the fifth and final day of the match. The scores: Bangladesh 330 and 157, Pakistan 286 and 203-2. Pakistan now have a 1-0 lead in the 2-match series. The 2nd Test will be played from 4th to 8th December at Dhaka, Bangladesh.