The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Tourism Authority will be hosting an awareness week from Monday February 2nd targeting a range of stakeholders in the sector. The awareness campaign is being held to encourage businesses to register with the Tourism Authority, as the first step towards becoming a licensed tourism service provider.
Chief Executive Officer of the SVG Tourism Authority (SVGTA), Glen Beache, is appealing to tourism stakeholders to become registered as part of the ongoing thrust to implement national standards within the tourism industry. Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, Mr. Beache said a number of tourism-related businesses are yet to conform to the standards,… Continue Reading →
The SVG port Authority will be hosting yet another customer appreciation day tomorrow as part of its ongoing celebrations to observe the 50th anniversary of the Kingstown Deep Water Pier. Speaking to NBC news this morning Administrative Officer at the Kingstown Cruise Ship Terminal Nicole Hazell said tomorrow’s customer appreciation will be held at the… Continue Reading →
The Buildings Roads and General Services Authority BRAGSA will begin immediate restoration of the main road just south of the Spring Village Bridge in North Leeward today. A release from the National Emergency Management Organization, NEMO says restoration works will be carried out after the bridge was damaged by torrential rains on the weekend. NEMO… Continue Reading →
Four water supply systems have been impacted by the torrential rains, resulting in loss of water supply to some areas. The Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA) says the Montreal, Majorca, Hermitage and Jennings water systems were affected as a result of the recent heavy rainfall that resulted in high river flows and flooding in… Continue Reading →
The National Parks, Rivers and Beaches Authority said it will continue to work with communities throughout the country to improve the visitor experience of some of this country’s tourism sites. That’s according to Park Ranger with the Authority, Maxwell Erasto Robertson, while speaking on the Face to Face programme aired on NBC Radio this week…. Continue Reading →
The Central Water and Sewerage Authority (CWSA) says the water situation in St. Vincent and the Grenadines has returned to a state of normalcy. This is the result of the increased rainfall experienced locally over the past weeks, following a period of prolonged dry season. Public Relations and Marketing Assistant at the CWSA, Samantha George,… Continue Reading →