Local Health Professionals will continue discussions today on developing a Road Map for the Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases here in St.Vincent and the Grenadines. The Officials are attending a NCD Strategic and Implementation Action Plan Workshop, spearheaded by the Ministry of Health, Wellness at the Environment. In his address at the opening ceremony… Continue Reading →
Vincentians have been warned that although La Soufriere has been quiet for some time, it is still an active volcano and can erupt again. The warning comes at the National Emergency Management Organization host a series of activities this month to commemorate the 36th anniversary since the last eruption of La Soufriere volcano.
New Heaven Glenside Ball Blazers defeated Computec Cane End 2-1 yesterday in the Hairoun Kirk DaSilva Marriaqua Football Tournament. Malcom Joe and Dennis Daniel scored one goal each for Ball Blazers and Kensley Bailey scored the lone goal for Computec Cane End. In Today’s game Big City Life Hylanders will face Multitec Glenside Ball Blazers… Continue Reading →
The Ministry of Transport and Works Brent Bailey has said that the Coastal Zone projects which are being undertaken across the country are very important as the country loses a significant amount of land to the sea every year. Chief Engineer in the Ministry of Transport and Works, Brent Bailey tells NBC News, that a… Continue Reading →
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Teachers Union will be holding a Radio-thon on NBC Radio on Thursday to raise funds to finalize the country’s participation in this year’s Caribbean Union of Teachers Students Athletics Championships in Trinidad and Tobago on 25th and 26th of July. A 32-member St. Vincent and the Grenadines team is… Continue Reading →
Chief Nutritionist in the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment Andrea Robin said their aim is to create an environment where people make healthy choices for living. She tells NBC News that this is part of the ongoing thrust to address the problem of Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases (CNCD’s). Mrs. Robin said they are continuing… Continue Reading →