Tag Archives: Dr. Ralph Gonsalves

10TH ANNIVERSARY PAN CONCERT

The Pan Against Crime Committee continues its 10th Anniversary celebrations, this up-coming weekend, with another Pan Against Crime Concert, in Biabou. The Concert will be held on Sunday May 20, beginning at 4:30 pm, at the Bridge. The SVG Port Authority Genesis and South Rivers Steel Orchestras, along with the Police Band will provide music…. Continue Reading →

EDUCATION FINANCING

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has been spending significant sums of money on the Education Sector as part of efforts to provide quality education to students. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves spoke about the initiatives at the Official Opening Ceremony for the South Rivers Early Childhood Development Centre and said that for… Continue Reading →

ACUTE REFERRAL HOSPITAL

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has assured Vincentians that the Government remains committed to constructing an Acute Referral Hospital as part of its thrust to develop a modern stand-alone city in Arnos Vale. He re-stated this commitment in response to a question from the Opposition during last Thursday’s sitting of the House of Assembly. The… Continue Reading →

APIS SYSTEM

The Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) Bill was one of seven passed at the meeting of Parliament held here last week. This law allows for the implementation of a system to facilitate the provision of advance passenger information relating to passengers and members of crew of an aircraft or vessel, to share the information with… Continue Reading →

ULP celebrates 17

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves was sworn in on March 28th, 2001, for a five-year term – as the fourth Prime Minister by Governor-General Sir Charles Antrobus. This week the Unity Labour Party (ULP) administration celebrated 17 years of Governance. Prime Minister Gonsalves said that despite the difficulties and challenges, he has enjoyed his years in office… Continue Reading →

PM AT SCHOOLS RALLY

The Annual Schools Independence Rally, held yesterday at the Victoria Park, under the theme: Working Together to Enhance National Pride. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves highlighted the importance of discipline and a well-rounded education and said the Schools Independence Rally provides a forum for reflection on the importance of education in a developing nation. During… Continue Reading →