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SVG Joins Global community in observing World Hypertension day today

St. Vincent and the Grenadines is joining the Global community today, in observing World Hypertension Day. May 17 is observed each year, to raise awareness...

Ministry of Transport and Works to construct concrete roadway in West...

The Ministry of Transport and Works is moving ahead with plans to construct a concrete roadway, in the West St. George constituency. This assurance was...

Ward Manager to face Public Service Commission Department and General Nursing...

The Ward Manager who acted inappropriately to a female lying in front the door of the accident and Emergency Department at the Milton Cato...

Over 40 Single Heads of Households enrolled in the 2019 Single...

Approximately 35 Single Heads of Households were on Wednesday May 15, 2019 - enrolled in the 2019 Single Parents Programme, organized by the Gender...

NEMO continues to hold discussions on evacuation plans for the 2019...

The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) is continuing to host community meetings at locations across the country, to discuss evacuation plans in the event...

ECCB to commence rolling out of Polymer notes next month: says...

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) is preparing to roll out a new suite of enhanced bank notes by mid-2019. The new notes, which will...

Students benefit from bursaries compliments Coreas Hazell’s Inc

Three students of the University of the West Indies Open Campus received bursaries of $1500.00 each from Coreas & Hazell’s Inc. The recipients of the...

Livestock owners given until May 18 to remove animals from E.T....

Owners of livestock, who graze their animals on the E.T Joshua compound, have been given until May 18th to remove their animals or be...

Caribbean Primary Exit Assessment 2019 exams to commence tomorrow

Tomorrow, May 16th and Friday May 17th, one thousand, seven hundred and eighty-five (1785) Grade 6 students will sit the final component of the...

CDC And GECCU to Host Schools Empowerment Forum

The Carnival Development Corporation (CDC) and its Beauty Shows Committee working along with the General Employees’ Cooperative Credit Union (GECCU) have embarked on a...

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