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BRAGSA ROAD CLEANING PAYMENTS

The Buildings Roads and General Services Authority, BRAGSA, commenced its payments for the 2017 edition of the December Road Cleaning programs, yesterday. Officials from BRAGSA said this year’s program is being carried out with a sum of 3.1 million dollars and five constituencies were paid yesterday. The program continued today with payments being made in… Continue Reading →

BRAGSA Has Commenced Its Road Repair Programme For 2015 Earlier This Month

Communications Officer at The Buildings, Roads and General Services Authority (BRAGSA), Roxanne Marshal-Millington said this work commenced on April 6th at a cost of 1.7 million dollars. Mrs. Marshal-Millington also outlined the areas where work is currently being carried out. Mrs. Marshal-Millington said they are also minimizing the inconveniences caused by the Road Repair program… Continue Reading →

BRAGSA Will Begin Road Restoration And NEMO Advises Caution On The Roads

The Buildings Roads and General Services Authority BRAGSA will begin immediate restoration of the main road just south of the Spring Village Bridge in North Leeward today. A release from the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO says restoration works will be carried out after the bridge was damaged by torrential rains on the weekend. NEMO… Continue Reading →

BRAGSA Communication Workshop Today

Staff at the Roads, Building and General Services Authority (BRAGSA) will be involved in a one day Communication Workshop today. BRAGSA says this workshop is geared towards equipping employees in Communicating with the media and the public by extension. The company says it believes that employees communication skills must be constantly sharpened in order achieve… Continue Reading →

More Cases Of Chickungunya In SVG

The Ministry of Health has confirmed that there are now thirty-nine confirmed laboratory cases of the Chickungunya virus in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Ministry says there are thirty-seven on Bequia and two on the mainland. The Ministry says it is continuing to implement vector control activities against the Aedes Aegypti mosquito that causes… Continue Reading →