Tag Archives: Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves

SCHOOLS EARLY CLOSURE

The Ministry of Education has made it clear that schools across St Vincent the Grenadines will close this Friday March 20th, and not tomorrow as is being suggested by some persons. The decision to close schools one week ahead of the normal Easter vacation, comes against the backdrop of ongoing concern over the possible spread… Continue Reading →

PM AND INDIAN HERITAGE FOUNDATION

The St. Vincent and the Grenadines Indian Heritage Foundation (SVGIHF) said it held very successful discussions with Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves during a meeting last week. President of the Foundation Junior Bacchus told NBC News this meeting was held following the Prime Minister’s inclusion of Cheryl Rodriguez, Treasurer of the Foundation, on his official… Continue Reading →

CARICOM SUMMIT

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves is among CARICOM Heads of Government attending the 31st CARICOM Inter-Sessional Summit in Barbados. The Prime Minister is heading this country’s delegation, which includes this country’s Ambassador to CARICOM, Allan Alexander and Budget Director Ken Morris. This 31st Inter-Sessional Meeting, under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Mia Mottley of Barbados, is expected… Continue Reading →

PM SPEAKS AT SIR FREDERICK’S FUNERAL

Hundreds of Vincentians yesterday joined with Members of Parliament, Medical Officials and family and friends, to say their last farewell to former Governor General the late Sir Frederick Ballantyne. Sir Frederick was laid to rest at the Kingstown Cemetery, following a State Funeral at the Kingstown Methodist Church. Delivering a tribute at the Funeral Service,… Continue Reading →

GG FINAL FAREWELL

Members of Parliament; the Judiciary; the Medical Profession, as well as Family; Friends and the Vincentian Public are paying their last respects to Sir Frederick Nathaniel Ballantyne GCMG MD today. Sir Frederick, this Country’s former Governor General of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is being laid to rest today. Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves headed… Continue Reading →