Residents in Chateaubelair and Fitzhughes will receive Building Materials today from the Housing and Land Development Corporation. This, as the Government continues with its rebuilding process, in the aftermath of the December 2013 Trough System. The materials will be distributed to residents who suffered level one and two damage from the December floods. The presentation… Continue Reading →
The process to rebuild houses damaged by the December 2013 Trough System is continuing by the Housing and Land Development Corporation (HLDC) General Manager Elvis Charles says houses are already being constructed in the Fitz Hughes and Fancy communities while the HLDC prepares to commence work in Cumberland and Penniston. He says the HLDC has… Continue Reading →
The Ministry of Agriculture says it is working to ensure that local farmers take full advantage of the six million dollar Support Revolving Fund which is being made available to them. Agriculture Minister Saboto Caesar said they are continuing to place significant focus on recovery in the Agricultural Sector in the immediate aftermath of the… Continue Reading →
Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves has expressed gratitude to the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) for the provision of financial assistance in the aftermath of the December 2013 Trough system. A cheque totaling 320-thousand US dollars was yesterday presented to the Government by the FAO at a ceremony at Cabinet Room. Dr. Gonsalves said the… Continue Reading →
The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Red Cross Society is continuing to provide Humanitarian assistance to persons affected by the December 2013 Trough System. Communications Officer for the local Red Cross Society, Rendall Allen tells NBC News that they are still in the response phase even as they continue to train their volunteers in a… Continue Reading →
Vincentians can look forward to improved relations between St. Vincent and the Grenadines and the United Kingdom The New British High Commissioner to Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean Her Excellency Victoria Dean, says she will be seeking to pursue important bilateral relationships during her tenure. The British Commissioner met with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves… Continue Reading →
Some ten counsellors from a University in Washington are expected to pay a visit here, to provide assistance to victims of the Christmas Eve trough system. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves told Members of the Media on Monday that the Counsellors are being sourced through the efforts of the Seventh Day Adventist Movement here.