Tag Archives: Road

Seventh Day Church of Expresses Sympathy To The Family Affected By The Fatal Road Accident

The Seventh Day Church of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has expressed sympathy with the family and friends of those involved in the fatal road accident which occurred on the weekend. Marilyn Henry, A 62-year old woman of Georgetown died on Saturday following the accident, which occurred at about 8:30am at Argyle. Miss Henry was… Continue Reading →

Vehicular Accident Marks First Road Fatality Of 2016 In SVG

A 62-year old woman of Georgetown is this country’s first road fatality for 2016. Police say Marilyn Henry died on Saturday following an accident which occurred at about 8:30am at Argyle. Henry was a passenger in motor vehicle, PV 193, a Daihatsu van, owned by Anthony Walker of Georgetown and driven by his mother, Lavern… Continue Reading →

Road Guidelines Are To Be Heeded By The Public In South Leeward

Road users here are being urged to follow the established traffic guidelines, as work continues on the South Leeward Highway Rehabilitation and Improvement Project. Community Liaison Officer for the Project- Marlon Stevenson says the contractors are now working along with the Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA) to carry out work in area between Montrose… Continue Reading →

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves On New Road Work Equipment

The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has acquired several pieces of equipment, which are expected to significantly improve the rate at which roads are resurfaced here. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves spoke of advancements in this area during a recent sitting of Parliament. Dr. Gonsalves said the Government has commenced the use of… Continue Reading →

Vincy Road March

Chairperson of the Mas Bands Association, Hugh Raguette said that the local DJ’s need to understand that we have to sell our soca product internationally. Speaking on NBC radio’s “Views on Issues” programme, Raguette said that this year’s Roadmarch was not on the play list for junior carnival, as it wasn’t deemed suitable for the… Continue Reading →