SVG News

Angus Martin heads SVG Taxi Drivers Association for another term

The Annual General Meeting and Election of the SVG Taxi Drivers Association was held on the Thursday 26th May 2011, at the Cruise Ship Berth in Kingstown.  Angus Martin was re-elected unopposed, as president a fourth consecutive term.


LIAT ponders dropping routes and job cuts

KINGSTOWN, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Thursday February 3, 2011 – LIAT has served notice that it will cut unprofitable routes if some countries refuse to give the airline the kind of assistance offered to foreign

Soufriere Trail clearing - Saturday 11th December 2010, 8:30 am

The La Soufriere Windward Bamboo Range site access road and hiking trails has been blocked by fallen trees due to damage associated with Hurricane Tomas.

Mr Trevor “Sailor” Bailey of Sailor’s Wilderness Tours, in collaboration with a number of tourism organisations and stakeholders, the National Parks, Rivers & Beaches Authority, SVG Ministry of Tourism, SVG Tourism Authority, SVG Taxi Drivers Association and the SVG Hotel & Tourism Association, is spearheading an exercise to clear the La Soufriere trail.

Vincy Flavours 2010 Seminar / Briefing

Representatives of media houses here would join participants of the culinary and bartending competitions and exhibitors at the Vincy Flavours 2010 Seminar / Briefing. This event is a precursor to Vincy Flavours 2010 which would be held in the Lawn area of the Cruise Ship Terminal, Kingstown next Saturday 20th November.

The Symbols of St. Vincent and the Grenadines


Symbols of St. Vincent and the GrenadinesThe Department of Culture as part of ongoing efforts to provide Vincentians with pertinent information on our history, heritage and folklore, has produced a new publication entitled: “The Symbols of St. Vincent and the Grenadines”.