In response to the disregard for public safety exhibited by some omnibus operators here, the Traffic Department is seeking to clamp down on the use of loud music in vehicles. Inspector Henry Providence of the Traffic Department gave the assurance during the Face to Face programme aired on NBC Radio this morning. Inspector Providence says… Continue Reading →
A number of persons who successfully completed a one-week training programme on Writing a Business Plan are making presentations before a panel of business and financial consultants today, to pitch their business ideas. The Business Plan Pitch is an addition to the recent seminar that was put on by the Centre for Enterprise Development Inc…. Continue Reading →
Police are continuing investigations into the death of Spiritual Baptist Bishop Ian Enoch, whose body was found in the Argyle area on Saturday morning. Bishop Enoch who is also the Manager of the Going Places Travel Agency is reported to have attended a function in the Villa area Friday night after which he could not… Continue Reading →
The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (RSVGPF) will be hosting a Constables Conference tomorrow, to discuss a number of issues relating to policing. The session will be held at the Auditorium of the SVG Community College at Glen under the theme: Empowering Constables for modern day policing. According to the Police, one… Continue Reading →
In the Bank of St. Vincent and the Grenadines Barrouallie Football Championship, Three Yards gained a 4-1 victory over Jam Down yesterday afternoon at the Keartons Playing Field. On Saturday, PYOLA of Layou beat Predators F.C. (1) 4-2. This afternoon at 4:30, Glebe United will tackle Predators F.C (2) at the same venue.
DIGICEL and C.W.S.A played to a goalless draw yesterday afternoon in the Firms Division of the DIGICEL/St. Vincent Brewery Breakaway Masters Invitational Football Championship at the Grammar School Playing Field. Earlier, in the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Football Federation-sponsored Under-19 Division, Camdonia Chelsea beat Sharpes United 2-nil. The goals were scored by Jomarley Gill… Continue Reading →
Brotherhood F.C secured a 2-nil win over Sharpes 09 F.C. in the 1st Quarter-final Knockout match of the FLOW/Hairoun Marriaqua Football Championship at the Cane End Playing Field on Saturday. Yesterday, Downstreet United beat Fair Hall United 3-1 in the 2nd Knockout encounter. Ian Dick, Kurtlan Williams and O-ZIM Matthews were on target for Brotherhood… Continue Reading →