Tag Archives: Ralph Gonsalves

Affordable Housing a Fundamental Human Right

The Land Distribution Programme initiated by the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines moved one step further on September 14th, with the presentation of letters-of-offer to forty-one residents of Fancy. The new owners will have an opportunity to purchase the lands at a cost of EC $0.50 per sq ft. Delivering the feature address… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister To Take Legal Action Against Radio Host

Prime Minster Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is seeking compensation from BDS Limited and Talk Show Host Margaret London, in relation to statements made during a recent radio programme. Lawyer for Dr. Gonsalves, Graham Bollers has sent letters to both parties, seeking a full and unequivocal withdrawal and apology for the slander, to be published in one… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, will be the featured speaker at the CARICOM Development Fund’s fourth annual meeting .

Prime Minister, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, will be the featured speaker at the CARICOM Development Fund’s (CDF) fourth annual meeting of contributors and development partners to be held in Barbados on Thursday, September 18th. Also addressing the meeting will be chief executive officer of the CDF, Lorne McDonnough, who will present the Fund’s annual report for… Continue Reading →

Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves On The International Airport

The International Airport at Argyle is scheduled to commence operations next year. The Prime Minister said funds are also being secured from other sources for the airport project Vincentians have been given the assurance that funding is being provided to complete the international airport at Argyle. The assurance came from Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves, as… Continue Reading →

Prime Minster National Recovery Effort Update

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has been giving an update on the National Recovery effort, in the wake of the devastation caused by the floods of December 2013. Speaking at a News Conference this morning, Dr. Gonsalves outlined the progress being made mainly in some areas, including agriculture and housing. The Prime Minister expressed disappointment… Continue Reading →