Tiffany Weekes - Top Performer in OECS Creative Competition
A recent graduate of the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) is one of the top six performers in the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank’s Inaugural Creative Youth Competition.
Chenea Browne - First to Receive DRV Frank’ Edwards Memorial Scholarship
The Bank of Montserrat is pleased to announce the FIRST recipient of its Shareholders’ Scholarship programme - The DRV ‘Frank’ Edwards Memorial Scholarship.
Government Secures Land For Port Development Project.
The Government of Montserrat has secured land required for the works to be carried out under the Montserrat Port Development Project.
Drivers Warned to Stop Endangering Turtles on the island’s Beaches
Persons driving vehicles on the beaches and interfering with turtle nests, must stop these activities.
Department of community, Youth & Sports Gives Young People A Second Chance
The Department of Community, Youth and Sports is taking steps to increase the number of youths on island with the minimum academic requirements.
MAC Appoints Vernaire Bass as Head of Planning & Production
The Montserrat Arts Council (MAC) now boasts a new Head of Planning and Production. MAC reveals the appointment of Vernaire Bass to the senior role
Kara Makes Donation to Meals on Wheels
Jewelry maker and Montserrat native, Kara Jeffers, presented a $500 donation to the Meals on Wheels programme.
Montserrat Better Prepared for Peak of Atlantic Hurricane Season
Director of the Disaster Management Coordination Agency (DMCA) Alvin Ryan says the DMCA is in a better position to deal with other hazards that are not volcano related.
Montserrat Cyber Security Given A Boost By Cadet Morris
Montserratians continue to make the island proud academically. This time, it is Denfield “Cadet” Morris who has attained his Masters of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems and Data information Security Management at the Florida Institute of Technology.
Ten Students Receive Government Scholarships
Ten individuals have been awarded Government of Montserrat scholarships this year to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate studies abroad.
Citizens of Montserrat and other Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) could benefit from scholarships by the Government of Mexico.
9 Students Gained 8 Passes at CXC
The Montserrat Secondary School has received the preliminary results for students who wrote the CSEC EXAMINATIONS in May/June 2019.
Petrol Prices on the Increase
Bad news for motorists heading to the pumps, as gas prices has once again increased.
Government to Fix MSS Problem Before New School Term
Montserrat’s Honourable leader of government says every conceivable effort is being made to ensure that accommodation and other ancillary works at the Montserrat Secondary School (MSS) are in place for the start of the new school term.
During a press conference Thursday, Premier Romeo gave an update on the status of proposed temporary structures at the MSS.
He said three-million EC dollars were secured for the project and that in June this year, it was agreed that some urgent works at the facility be funded by the Capital Investment Programme for Resilient Economic Growth (CIPREG).
Mr. Romeo confirmed that last month, pre-project expenditure of EC$100-thousand dollars was released to progress technical works to advance to the next stage.
CSA At Nassau Conference
The Montserrat Civil Service Association (MCSA) was represented at the recent 49th Caribbean Public Services Association (CPSA) Conference in Nassau, Bahamas
Government Close To Awarding Fiber Optic Cable Contract
Premiere Donaldson Romeo says the government is close to a decision to award a contract to lay the fiber optic cable.
Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal Hands Down Judgment in Several Matters
In the matter Yolanda Royer versus the Director of Public Prosecutions, the court again ruled in favour of the DPP.
Bank of Montserrat Recorded Big Profit in 2018
The Bank of Montserrat is reporting a significant increase in Profit in 2018.
Chair of LDA Denies Withholding Workers Salaries
The chairman of the Montserrat Land Development Authority has taken issue with a report that suggested that the salaries of the staff were withheld.
Former Premier Reuben Meade Believes the Government’s Case Against the Montserrat Football Association Could Hurt the Grass Roots Programme
Former Premier Reuben Meade has reacted to the news that the Montserrat Football Association has been charged for outstanding taxes.
Ministry of Health Establishes High Dependency Unit at St. John’s Hospital
The Honourable Minister of Health Delmaude Ryan who made the announcement says the unit was established for critically ill patients.
Deputy Governor Calls for Simplified Pay Structure for Civil Servants
The Honourable Deputy Governor Lyndell Simpson is calling for a simplified pay structure in the public service.
Minister Osborne and OECS Ministers Are Meeting Targets for Environmental Sustainability
Minister of Agriculture David Osborne handed over the chairmanship of the OECS Council of Ministers for the Environment at a meeting last week in Martinique.
Civil Service Union to Heighten Awareness during September Youth Month
The Montserrat Civil Service Association Plans to increase public awareness during the celebration of Youth Month in September.