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The Botanic Gardens Will Host Tours For Various Schools In SVG

Schools throughout St. Vincent and the Grenadines are being given an opportunity to tour the Botanic Gardens as part of activities to observe its 250th anniversary. Curator Gordon Shallow says he is hoping that the Ministry of Education would capitalize on this opportunity. He said the tours will target Pre-Schools; as well as Primary and… Continue Reading →

Fraud And Abuse Has Negative Impacts On Various Members Of Society

Certified Fraud Examiner Kirk Da Silva has highlighted the negative economic impact of fraud and abuse on the public and private sectors. Speaking on NBC’s Views On Issues programme on the topic: Occupational Fraud and Abuse. Mr. DaSilva noted that both fraud and abuse have a significantly deleterious impact on the productivity and economic viability… Continue Reading →

Various Measures Have Been To Put In Place To Protect The Public From Contaminated Foods

The Public Health Department in the Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment is assuring consumers that that it will continue its nationwide food inspection programme during the Christmas season. The assurance came from Senior Environmental Health Officer with responsibility for Food Safety, Carlos Wilson, during an interview with NBC News. Mr. Wilson said the… Continue Reading →

Extensive And Various Road Repairs Being Undertaken In Argyle By Ministery of Transports And Works

The Ministry of Transport and Works says it is currently working on an extensive road repair program in North Windward. This was revealed by Chief Engineer in the Ministry of Transport and Works, Brent Bailey. Mr. Bailey tells NBC News that they will also embark on some river defense work in the North of the… Continue Reading →

Ministry of Culture Is Interacting With The Public And Various Groups In Preparation For 35th Anniversary

The Ministry of Culture has appealed for the support of the public as it prepares to launch of a month of activities to celebrate this country’s 35th anniversary of independence. Chief Cultural Officer, Anthony Theobalds says this year’s activities will be held under the theme: Working Together to Enhance National Pride. Mr. Theobalds says the… Continue Reading →