Tag Archives: Public

Ministry Of Health Zika Awareness And Sensitization Amongst The Public

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment has embarked on a nationwide public sensitization campaign to educate Vincentians about the Zika virus. Chief Health Promotion Officer, Patsy Wyllie, said the campaign will target schools and communities throughout the country. Speaking at a news conference last week, Miss Wyllie said the ministry is also planning… Continue Reading →

VINLEC Calls Upon The Public To Report Any Faulty Streetlights

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Electricity Company (VINLEC) is making an appeal to customers to report any faulty or defective street lights. Communications Officer at VINLEC, Tamara Job-Sprott made mention of the fact that customers sometimes meet a company employee and tell them of a fault, but that alone isn’t enough. Mrs Job-Sprott said… 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 →

Police To Strengthen Relations With The Public

The Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force says it intends to do more this year to strengthen its relationship with the public. The commitment was given by Inspector Hezron Ballantyne of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) on NBC’s Face to Face programme this morning. Inspector Ballantyne named the expansion of their crime exhibitions… Continue Reading →

PM States That Public Assistance Is To Be Raised By $25 Next January

Dr.Ralph Gonsalves made the statement yesterday while addressing the audience at a ceremony put on by the National Insurance Services (NIS) to honor pensioners. Public Assistance is paid out to senior citizens who did not make enough contributions to the NIS to benefit from the minimum pension. The last increase in the public assistance benefit… Continue Reading →