Tag Archives: Vincentians

Vincentians Have “Fast Food” Culture When It Comes To Crime Solving

Police Commissioner Michael Charles says that St. Vincent and the Grenadines has a “Fast Food” culture when it comes to solving crime. He says that this could stem from the fact that on television crime dramas, results are almost instantaneous. The commissioner says that the constabulary is doing its best to solve and combat crimes… Continue Reading →

Vincentians Are Encouraged To Turn Out In Their Numbers To The Annual Japan Day Programme

Vincentians are being encouraged to turn out in their numbers to the Annual Japan Day Programme, today. Chief Fisheries Officer, Jennifer Cruickshank Howard said The Annual Japan Day Programme, which takes place today, is being organized by the Fisheries Division as part of activities to observe Fisherman’s month 2015. The Division is hosting 40 days… Continue Reading →

Vincentians Should Take More Care In Preserving This Country’s Top Soil Quality

Officials from the Forestry Department say that most of the Deforestation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is caused by human activity. This Statement was made by Forestry Supervisor, Cosmus McLoud during NBC’s Face to Face programme last week as St. Vincent and the Grenadines joined the rest of the world to observe World Water… Continue Reading →

The NIS May Soon Be Taking Steps To Inform Vincentians On The Revised Age Of Retirement

Executive Director of the National Insurance Services (NIS), Reginald Thomas raised the issue, during NBC’s Face to Face programme last week, Mr. Thomas said a focused public discussion is needed to educate Vincentians on the issue, since many persons are still unclear about the changes. He said one of the major concerns among Vincentians is… Continue Reading →