Vincentians are being urged to consume more locally grown foods, to better capitalize on the health benefits of these foods. A local Nutritionist has pointed to the wide range of fruits and vegetables that are grown here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines Jamisha Wright in this Special report has more details. (Photo credit to:… Continue Reading →
Interested Vincentians and other investors in the diaspora are being urged to explore the possibilities of trading Vincentian produce. Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and Rural transformation- Saboto Caesar has stated that the imminent opening of the Argyle International Airport will provide more trade routes. The Minister noted that new trade routes to the United… Continue Reading →
As the New Year fast approaches, NBC Radio took to the streets of Kingstown to find out what resolutions Vincentians have made for 2016. While the general consensus seemed to be that many people no longer make resolutions, there are some who carry on the tradition.
A top legal professional here is reminding Vincentians that they are entitled to certain legal rights, if they encounter difficulties with the law. Senior Prosecutor in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Adolphus Delplesche, spoke of these rights during the Police On the Beat programme aired on NBC Radio on Monday night…. Continue Reading →
Vincentians are being encouraged to become blood donors so as to replenish the blood supply at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital. Medical technologist at the Milton Cato memorial Hospital (MCMH) Kamalla Questelles says the Blood Bank needs to be replenished every 35 days, Questelles says that men and women can donate every eight weeks but… Continue Reading →
The Gender Affairs division in the Ministry of Social Development is urging Vincentians to seek help to deal with issues of domestic abuse. The appeal comes on the heels of incidents in Chateaubelair on Sunday where a woman was hacked to death by her ex-boyfriend. The alleged perpetrator has since died in hospital after apparently… Continue Reading →
Local Historian, Dr. Edgar Adams is appealing to Vincentians to read more especially about the History of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He made this appeal during an interview with NBC News as they continue to host a Book Exhibition at the Cruise Ship Terminal in Kingstown. The exhibition dubbed “Changing Human Thoughts and Actions,… Continue Reading →