A new Concrete Road was constructed in Redemption Sharpes, Central Kingstown. The project carried out by the Roads, Buildings and General Services Authority (BRAGSA), saw the construction of a 257 feet roadway in a section of the community called “The Rocks”. BRAGSA says a 130 feet long footpath was also constructed, along with Slipper and… Continue Reading →
The Roads, Buildings and General Services Authority (BRAGSA) has completed renovation work on the Bequia Fish and Vegetable Markets. The project saw the repair of the roof, doors, windows and stalls of the markets, along with the repainting of the structures. BRAGSA also installed new water pumps, lines and pipes in the Fish Market, and… Continue Reading →
Vincentians have been called upon to avoid spreading false information about the COVID-19 pandemic. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves made the appeal while speaking on matters relating to the Country’s response to the virus, on NBC Radio yesterday. The Prime Minister also refuted claims that he has contracted COVID-19.
Health Officials are continuing to investigate over two hundred cases of COVID-19 here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Ministry of Health hosted a Virtual Media Conference via Zoom yesterday, to provide an update on the virus. According to the Coronavirus Taskforce, to date there are 234 active COVID-19 cases, with 211 cases under… Continue Reading →
The Nine Mornings Management Committee has announced the winners of the National Lotteries Authority Awards, for the 2020 Christmas and Nine Mornings Festival. The award for Most Popular Christmas Song went to Rondy Luta McIntosh, with his song: It’s Christmas Again. Second was Carlton CP Hall with: Christmas with Corona, while Lennox Bowman took the… Continue Reading →
St. Vincent and the Grenadines is receiving funding from the British Government, to assist in facilitating the ongoing monitoring of La Soufriere Volcano. 51 thousand pounds has been approved to cover the cost of a rotary helicopter aircraft which will be used for the continued monitoring of the volcanic activity at la Soufriere. The funding… Continue Reading →
Vincentians who are experiencing flu-like symptoms such as sore throat, fever and cough are being reminded that they can now go to the nearest District Flu Clinic, ensuring that they wear appropriate facial coverings. The reminder has come from Health Promotion Officer in the Ministry of Health, Shanika John, during NBC’s Face to Face programme… Continue Reading →