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Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves left the state today for an official visit to the Seychelles. He will be accompanied by Jinelle Adams, Minister Counselor in the Office of the SVG High Commission to the United Kingdom. During his stay over in London, Prime Minister Gonsalves will meet with several potential investors, and will hold… Continue Reading →


Major production companies operating here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines will be targeted by a group of Cuban Investors, scheduled to arrive here tomorrow. The group will be accompanied this country‚Äôs Ambassador to Cuba, Ellsworth John, and will be pursuing potential trade opportunities with this country. The companies to be targeted include: the East… Continue Reading →


Minister of Agriculture Saboto Caesar has said a number of initiatives are being rolled out in the Agriculture sector this year.  He made the point, during his remarks at a ceremony held here yesterday for the signing of an Agreement between the Governments of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the Republic of China on… Continue Reading →


The Rural Transformation Unit in the Ministry of Agriculture, will host an Awards ceremony today, to recognize schools which participated in the 2018 National Schools Gardening Competition. The competition was held to: encourage the application of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) to Agriculture; to create an interest in agriculture among students; and to present a… Continue Reading →


Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Caesar was among Regional Policy Makers attending a Maritime Minsters Meeting in Jamaica yesterday. The Conference hosted by the Maritime Authority of Jamaica and the International Maritime Organization, addressed Maritime Transportation, and specifically the harnessing of the Blue Economy for the Sustainable development of the Caribbean. Minister Caesar said the meeting… Continue Reading →


A new Compost Production Facility was officially opened yesterday at the Orange Hill Agriculture Biotechnology Centre. The facility was constructed at a cost of 1.5 million EC dollars and is equipped with three bio-digesters for making compost and a steam sterilizing machine for sterilizing soil and other inputs used for vegetable seedling production. Delivering the… Continue Reading →