An investigation has been launched into the discovery of a partially decomposed body wrapped in a bag. Police say the body which bore stab wounds and other lacerations was discovered on Thursday, 12th May 2022, lying in a gutter in the vicinity of Joyette’s Auto Collision at Richmond Hill. The body is reported to be… Continue Reading →
The St., Vincent and the Grenadines Nurses Association has lauded the contribution of Nurses on the observance of International Nurses Day. President of the Association, Cheryl-Ann Felix-Noel commended the Nurses for their dedication to the Nursing Profession, during her address to observe the Day yesterday. Meanwhile, Chief Nursing Officer Peggy DaSilva also commended Nurses… Continue Reading →
Payment of Income Support to Farmers and Fishers is continuing today in the Red, Orange and Yellow Zones. The Ministry of Agriculture says Farmers and Fishers will receive payment as part of the Farmer/ Fisher Income Support Programme at several locations today. Farmers and Fishers from Fancy to Mt. Grenan are receiving payment at the… Continue Reading →
The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines is moving ahead with the Richmond Quarry Project. Providing an update on the project, Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said the quarry is critical for the development of the construction industry here. The Richmond Quarry Project is being undertaken by St. Lucian Company, Rayneau Construction.
The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) is appealing to Vincentians at home and abroad to support the nation’s Calypsonians with their contributions for Vincy Mas 2022. This appeal has come from President of the SVG Calypsonians Association, Earl Caba Bennett during the Talk Yuh Talk program aired on NBC Radio earlier this week. Mr. Bennett said… Continue Reading →