Category Archives: News

TSUNAMI READY CERTIFICATION

The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) said St. Vincent and the Grenadines will soon be named a Tsunami Smart/Tsunami Ready country. That’s according to Training Officer, Houlda Peters who was speaking on NBC’s Face to Face Program recently. Miss Peters said the country will receive certification from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization… Continue Reading →

KINGSTOWN BOARD ANNIVERSARY

The Kingstown Board will be celebrating 122 years. To commemorate this milestone, the Board will be hosting a week of activities, which was officially launched today. The activities include an In-house Logo Competition on Tuesday. A Radio Program and Tree Planting Exercise on Wednesday. An Exhibition will be held on Thursday and Friday has been dubbed… Continue Reading →

GREEN LAVA LABS

Green Lava Labs, a Medicinal Cannabis Cultivation Company will be launched here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines today. In July this year, Green Lava SVG Incorporated, was among the first companies to be granted a Class-C Medical Marijuana Cultivation license.  This allows them to extract, import, export, dispense and cultivate up to 25 Acres… Continue Reading →

GONSALVES AND VOLCANO EDUCATION

Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves said while a lot of work is being done to educate people about the dangers of a Volcanic Eruption, more work needs to be done in this regard. He made this statement during Tuesday’s opening of a Photographic Exhibition at the National Trust Building in Kingstown, exploring past eruptive activity… Continue Reading →

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE NETWORK

The National Emergency Management Organsiation (NEMO) said it is working to establish a network of Community Emergency Response Teams across the country. This statement was made by Training Officer at the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO), Houlda Peters as they hosted a series of training programs on the leeward side of the country last week… Continue Reading →

LOCAL FISHERMAN WINS INTERNATIONAL AWARD

Local Fisherman and President of the National Fisher Folk Organization, Winsberth Harry has won the 2019 Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute (GCFI) Gladding Memorial Award. The annual award is presented to select fishers who demonstrate significant commitment to the sustainable use and long-term conservation of marine resources in the Gulf and Caribbean region. Harry is the… Continue Reading →

POLICE LECTURE

The Police Welfare Association in conjunction with the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force, will host the inaugural Elson “Racca” Richardson Memorial Lecture tomorrow. Superintendent Minister of the Methodist Church, Reverend Adolph Davis will deliver the lecture on the theme “Honouring the Fallen and the Brave”. Brief remarks will also be delivered by… Continue Reading →