Category Archives: News

SCHOOLS EQUIPMENT

The capacity of three of this country’s schools to provide meals for their children has been enhanced, following the presentation of a quantity of equipment handed over to the schools last week. The Buccament, Diamond and Brighton Government Schools were all recipients of the equipment under the sustainable schools project as part of the zero… Continue Reading →

FCIB-ENDOMETRIOSIS

Scores of Vincentian women diagnosed with endometriosis can now receive assistance to travel for much needed medical treatment, thanks to Jumplife Entertainment, the group that recently held an event called ‘FAM for Endometriosis’. The event, which was held at Sunset Shore Beach Hotel and supported by CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank, also helped to raise awareness… Continue Reading →

TOURISM MONTH 2018

The Ministry of Tourism, Sports and Culture will again join its regional partners in celebrating Tourism Month from November 1st to the 30th. A number of activities will be held throughout the month under the theme: ‘Tourism is Everyone’s Business: Live it, Love it, Embrace it’. Speaking at a Media Conference this morning, Minister of… Continue Reading →

HOMICIDES INVESTIGATION

Police are investigating two reports of Homicides which occurred yesterday. Rodesha Bailey, 30yrs old Domestic of Mesopotamia, whose body was discovered about 3:50 yesterday morning, in Sayers, Mesopotamia with multiply stabbed wounds. And, Gregory Morris, a 56yrs old Labourer of Byrea, who sustained multiple chop wounds about his body. The incident occurred on the road… Continue Reading →

INDEPENDENCE PARADE

The Annual Military Parade was held at the Victoria Park this morning, as Vincentians celebrate their 39th Anniversary of Political Independence. Vincentians and visitors turned out in their numbers to witness the Parade, which began at eight this morning. Several Dignitaries attended the Parade including Governor General Sir Frederick Ballantyne; Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves;… Continue Reading →

MCKIE COMMEND TAXI

Minister of Tourism, Cecil McKie, has welcomed the launch of the SVG Professionals Taxi Association, which seeks to ensure a greater level of professional and reliability in taxi and tour operator services here. Speaking at yesterday’s launch of the organization, Minister McKie said his Ministry was pleased to collaborate with the organization in its developmental… Continue Reading →

ACTING COMMISSIONER’S INDEPENDENCE ADDRESS

Acting Police Commissioner, Colin John has expressed gratitude to the Local Police Force for the courage and determination shown in keeping the country safe over the past year In his Independence Address, Commissioner John said he is proud of the dedicated Police Officers who strive to provide the highest quality of police services to the… Continue Reading →