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Culture Ministry committed to working with persons of Indian descent in SVG

Ministry of Culture has reiterated its commitment to working along with persons of Indian descent across St. Vincent and the Grenadines in ensuring National Development. Cultural Officer, Maxine Browne said the Ministry stands firm in support of the Indian Heritage Foundation today June 1st Indian Arrival Day. Miss Browne said people of Indian descent continue… Continue Reading →

Indian Arrival Day – 160th Anniversary of arrival of first East Indians to SVG, PM highlights contributions

The 160th anniversary of the arrival of Indians to St Vincent and the Grenadines is being commemorated, which is observed as Indian Arrival Day, The SVG Indian Heritage Foundation says between 1861 and 1880 eight ships brought 2,474 Indians to SVG to work and live on 23 estates. Just over half of these Indians remained… Continue Reading →

UWI Seismic Research Centre says seismic activity low at La Soufriere Volcano, thermal anomalies still being detected by NASA

There was no recorded seismicity at La Soufriere Volcano, from 5:40am on May 30th,  to 8:00am on May 31st. The UWI Seismic Research Centre says seismic activity has remained low since the tremor associated with the explosion and ash venting on April 22. The Centre says thermal anomalies at the Volcano continue to be detected… Continue Reading →

Volcano Update : Education Minister commends teachers for their role in managing emergency shelters

Minister of Education Curtis King has commended Teachers for  playing a significant role in managing Emergency Shelters, following the explosive eruption of La Soufriere Volcano. However, as displaced persons gradually move back into their communities, Minister King is appealing to Teachers to focus now  on the task of teaching, whether by Face-to-Face or via online… Continue Reading →

Vincentians urged to be prepared for an an active hurricane season

Acting Prime Minister Montgomery Daniel has reminded Vincentians that an active Hurricane Season has been predicted for 2021. The Acting Prime Minister was speaking during a Media Briefing this morning, to mark the official start of the 2021 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Minister Daniel provided a review of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season which he said… Continue Reading →


The St Vincent and the Grenadines Senior Men’s Football Team, VINCY Heat, along with the team’s management, is currently on their mandatory 14-day quarantine, after returning on Wednesday 31st March from their two (2) matches in Group “C” of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers in Curacao. However, the team is without one player, who had… Continue Reading →