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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 →

First Citizens Investment Services – Debt Security Seminar

First Citizens Investment Services will host a seminar here this week entitled: Investment Options – Debt Securities The session is being held to provide Investors with information on the selection of appropriate sovereign investments. It will also seek to assess the risk of sovereign investments and procedures for investing in sovereign instruments. The Seminar takes… Continue Reading →

Provision Of Medical Services For Residents Of Mayreau

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said residents of the Grenadine island of Mayreau are being provided with access to medical services, despite the absence of a clinic on the island. He gave this assurance while responding to a question on the issue during yesterday sitting of parliament. Dr. Gonsalves said several arrangements have been put… Continue Reading →

Weather Services Collaboration

A regional Met official has emphasized the need for a greater level of cooperation between national and international weather services to improve the accuracy of weather predictions. This was highlighted by Science and Technology Officer at the Trinidad-based Caribbean Meteorological Organization, Glendell Da Souza. He is leading a delegation from the U.S National Hurricane Centre… Continue Reading →

The Consumer Affairs Department is encouraging consumers in St. Vincent and the Grenadines to exercise sound judgement when purchasing goods or services

The Consumer Affairs Department is encouraging consumers in St. Vincent and the Grenadines to exercise sound judgement when purchasing goods or services. The advice came from Trade Officer in the Consumer Affairs Department, Janice King, while speaking on NBC’s Views on Issues Program on Sunday. Miss King said while the department advocates for the rights… Continue Reading →