Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Raymond Ryan says they are continuing to address an issue of the spread of sea weed in the waters of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. He made this statement in response to a question about the nation’s marine resources, during a recent press briefing. Mr. Ryan said there… Continue Reading →
The Clare Valley and Langley Park Governments Schools this morning received a donation of white boards compliments the St. Vincent Brewery Limited thorough its CEO Mr. Bernard Novick. The twelve white boards distributed equally was donated to the tune of over fifteen thousand US dollars were handed over to the principals at the brewery’s compound.
A Technical Committee has been established here to work on the preparation of National Standards for Good Agricultural Practices – GAP. The Committee was established by the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Bureau of Standards, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Fishery, Rural Transformation, and Industry The Committee is comprised of representatives from… Continue Reading →
A Media Forum on Climate Change will be held here on Monday in preparation for the Climate Change Conference. The OECS says the forum will be a moderated discussion set in a television Studio with three climate change experts and a live audience. The climate change exerts will be drawn from key agencies that are… Continue Reading →
Minister of Information Technology, Camillo Gonsalves says the Government remains committed to ensuring that Vincentians receive the best quality Cable Television service. He made this statement as Vincentians have been expressing concern about the service being provided by Cable Television Company Flow. During a press Briefing yesterday Minister Gonsalves said the Government is aware of… Continue Reading →