Three Bills were also passed during yesterday’s Sitting of Parliament. They are the Monica Nanton, Franklyn Haynes and Carlita Leache Pension Bills. The Consumer Protection Bill and the Town and country Planning Amendment Bill have been sent to the Select Committee. Parliament has been suspended until Thursday December 19th at 9:00 a.m.
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force has received a boost for the hosting its annual carolling contest. On Monday, November 25th 2019, Ms. Marcia Glasgow, Office Manager of Standard Caribbean Shipping New York and Standard Caribbean Shipping Limited, handed over ten trophies to Commissioner of Police, Colin John at the Police Conference… Continue Reading →
The CariSecure Police Records Management Information System will be officially launched today. The system will transition Police Records Management Information System, PRMIS, from a paper based reporting to a digital format. This will allow Investigating Officers to capture real time data on reported incidents. The initiative will be launched at the Questelles Police Station, at… Continue Reading →
A range of issues affecting society are being addressed through a series of Theatre Workshops spearheaded by the Agape Performing Arts Theatre. The workshops form part of the country-wide developmental program dubbed “Theatre for Social Transformation.” Managing Director of Agape, Kevin Rodriguez tells NBC News, the program is being held to promote Theatre Arts among… Continue Reading →
St. Vincent and the Grenadines joins in commemorating International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women today November 25th. The theme this year – Orange the World: Generation Equality Stands Against Rape – focuses on ending the culture that normalizes sexual violence and allows rape to continue. The Executive Director of UN Women is… Continue Reading →
A Tree Planting exercise was held at the Kingstown Public Library last week to coincide with activities to observe 122 years of existence of the Kingstown Board. Staff at the Forestry Department in the Ministry of Agriculture assisted with the planting of Caribbean Pine Tree at the Library compound. Accountant at the Kingstown Board and… Continue Reading →
Local Police have launched an investigation into the circumstances surrounding two shooting incidents which are unrelated. Police said three male victims, ages 23, 28 and 32 received gunshot wounds to their bodies, on Friday at about 11:48 P.M. At the time of the shooting, the victims were at Heritage Square, Kingstown at a social event…. Continue Reading →