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Vincentians now have a better understanding of the history of the Anglican Church, following the hosting of a lecture to mark the 200th anniversary of the Church

Vincentians now have a better understanding of the history of the Anglican Church, following the hosting of a lecture to mark the 200th anniversary of the Church. Barrister at Law Cecil Blazer Williams pointed to the important role the Anglican Church has played to the Vincentian society, while presenting the Anniversary Lecture last Thursday. He… Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is continuing its training sessions for the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program

The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is continuing its training sessions for the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program. The Program Coordinator, Sherri Dennie-Edward says the sessions are being carried out in an effort to increase the quality of workers who are employed on the Canadian Farm Program. Mrs. Dennie-Edward says following the completion of the… Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Tourism is dedicated to reviving the sector even amid the COVID-19 pandemic

This country’s Tourism Sector continues to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Minister of Tourism Carlos James has reiterated his commitment to working in partnership with all stakeholders to restore the Tourism Industry. Speaking on NBC’s Views on Issues Program yesterday, Minister James says the Ministry is committed to recovering the Sector, which contributes significantly… Continue Reading →

Members of Parliament will gather this afternoon for the opening of the First Session of the Eleventh Parliament and Swearing in Ceremony of Members of the House of Assembly

Members of Parliament will gather this afternoon for the opening of the First Session of the Eleventh Parliament and Swearing in Ceremony of Members of the House of Assembly. A release from the Clerk of the House of Assembly says the Session will be closed to the public. The Parliament of St. Vincent and the… Continue Reading →

A Ban on the importation of all commercial imports of poultry, hatching eggs and fresh, frozen or chilled poultry products has been implemented here in SVG

The Ministry of Agriculture, through the Animal Health and Production Division has announced a temporary ban on the importation of all commercial imports of poultry, hatching eggs and fresh, frozen or chilled poultry products into St. Vincent and the Grenadines. The Ministry says this due to ongoing outbreaks of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) H5N8… Continue Reading →

The Ministry of Health Wellness & the Environment said the activities have been successful thus far

The Ministry of Health Wellness & the Environment said the activities which are being hosted through the National AIDS Secretariat ahead of World Aids Day 2020, have been very successful thus far. This year World Aids Day will be celebrated on December 1st under the international theme “GLOBAL SOLIDARITY RESILIENT SERVICES’’. HIV/AIDS Co-ordinator for Public… Continue Reading →

Prime Minster Dr. The Hon. Ralph Gonslaves has denounced claims that the Government has misused State funds to carry out a number of projects during the election period

Prime Minster Dr. The Hon. Ralph Gonslaves has denounced claims that the Government has misused State funds to carry out a number of projects during the election period. The Prime Minister said the Roseau-Walvarro Foot Path is one such project which was carried out under the Ninth Basic Needs trust Fund. Dr. Gonsalves outlined several… Continue Reading →