Tag Archives: Progress

The Government of SVG Is Continuing To Make Progress In A Number Of Sectors Here

This was confirmed by Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, as he addressed the opening of a three-day Training Workshop focusing on Broadband Regulatory Safeguards in the Era of Convergence. The Prime Minister outlined a number of the areas in which progress is being made. The Prime Minister disclosed that, in the field of Health, a… Continue Reading →

Agricultural Sector Rehabilitation Makes Great Progress

Significant progress has been made by the Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries in rehabilitating the agricultural sector, in the wake of the devastating floods of 2013. Word of this came from Minister of Agriculture, Saboto Caesar, during a News Conference last week. Responding to a question from the media, Minister Caesar noted that a… Continue Reading →

SUSGREN Two-Day Workshop Makes Good Progress

More than 20 representatives of community groups and NGO’s from across St Vincent and the Grenadines have benefited from training geared towards addressing issues of Communication and Knowledge Management. A release from Sustainable Grenadines Inc. SUSGREN says the two-day workshop was held last weekend at the Fisheries Division. The forum came on the heels of… Continue Reading →

Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Says Steady Progress Is Being Made On The Bypass Road In Argyle

Minister of State in the Ministry of Transport and Works Julian Francis on Sunday announced the closure of the Windward Highway from the Calder Gap to Peruvian Vale, to facilitate repair work on the damaged road. He said the road will remain closed for three days to allow for the completion of the bypass road…. Continue Reading →

St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ Advancement For Reparations Makes Huge Progress

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Reparations Committee says significant progress has been made in the call for Reparations. This statement was made by Member of the Local Reparations Committee, Curtis King during the Face to Face program aired on NBC Radio as the Committee has embarked on a week of activities to mark the… Continue Reading →

Greater Demand For Local Produce, Minister Caesar Lays Out Progress And Plans For The Agricultural Sector

Local Banana farmers can look forward to a major boost for the sector in the upcoming months, as they prepare to increase production to meet expanding demand. Minister of Agriculture Saboto Ceaser announced at a News Conference on Wednesday that there is now a greater demand for locally produced bananas. Minister Ceaser said the Ministry… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves Visits And Comments On The Progress Of The Argyle International Airport

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has said that while there has been a number of setbacks on the work at the Argyle International Airport, he is pleased with the progress of the project thus far. He made this statement last evening as he concluded a tour of the facility which was held for Members of… Continue Reading →