Tag Archives: Continues

Fight Against The Chikungunya Outbreak In SVG Continues

Efforts are continuing by the Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment to address the Chikungunya outbreak in St Vincent and the Grenadines, with vector control measures and public sensitization programs currently taking place across the nation. The Ministry says to date, some three hundred and ninety six (396) cases of the mosquito-borne disease have… Continue Reading →

National Calypso 2014 Competition Preliminaries Continues

Preliminary Judging in the 2014 National Calypso Competition will continue this evening when the 15-member cast of the On-Tour Calypso Tent performing for the Judges. This evening’s cast comprises: Ranking Bash; Ipa; Rastaman I; Isojah; Iley; Struggler; Waltie; Soharro; I-Reality; Vibrating Scakes; Patches; Abijah; Zion-I; Azarrah and Marshie President of the SVG Calypsonians’ Association Incorporated,… Continue Reading →

Land Surveys & Consultations Continues

The series of consultations organized by the Ministry of Housing, Informal Human Settlements, Lands & Surveys and Physical Planning to discuss the Draft National Land Policy, with continue tonight in Barrouallie. This evening’s session is set to take place at the Barrouallie Learning Resource Centre from 6pm, and will target residents from Chateaubelair to Vermont…. Continue Reading →

Fight Against Chikungunya Spread Continues

The Ministry of Health Wellness and the Environment is continuing to appeal to the public to work along with them in the fight against the Chikungunya viral disease here. This call was made by Chairman of the National Surveillance Committee in the Ministry of Health, Dr. Rosmond Adams as he highlighted that recent information shows… Continue Reading →

Development Of The “No,Low and Middle Income” Housing Program Continues

General Manager of the Housing and Land Development Corporation (HLDC), Elvis Charles says the Government is continuing to develop its No, Low and Middle Income Housing programs. He said this is being done at the same time with the work currently being undertaken to re-construct homes which were destroyed by the floods of December 2013…. Continue Reading →