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  • Four Nurses from the Ministry of Health & Social Services successfully complete training in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support

    15th February 2019

    The Ministry of Health & Social Services is pleased to announce that four (4) nurses have successfully completed training in Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).  These nurses were trained at the American University of Antigua over a two day period (Feb 11th – 12th).  The certification lasts for two (2) years.

  • Montserrat Tourism Stakeholders Workshop

    13th February 2019

    The Tourism Division is hosting a Tourism Stakeholders Workshop on Thursday February 14, 2019. Consultants Tourism Intelligence International Inc. have been on island from February 12 collecting information and engaging the public in order to better create a Tourism Strategy and Action Plan.

  • Premier Romeo’s statement on Dr George Irish’s passing

    13th February 2019

    Dr. George Irish


    Wednesday, February 13, 2019.

    I, like most Montserratians, am saddened at the passing of The Right Honourable, Dr. James Alfred George Irish, OE, son of the soil and National Icon. Whether known to some as Educator, social activist, trade unionist, politician, musician, artist, singer, orator, or Man of God, in each and every aspect he has left an indelible mark on us individually and collectively.

    On behalf of the Government and People of Montserrat, I express my sincerest condolences to his wife and children, relatives and friends. As we mourn his loss may we hold on to and be comforted by our God, who Dr Irish himself chose to love, serve and represent as a Pastor and Man of God. May he rest in peace.

  • Royal Montserrat Police Service Supports Formation of Sea Cadet Unit

    12th February 2019

    The Montserrat Cadet Corps in partnership with the Royal Montserrat Police Service will be introducing a Sea Cadet programme this week. Cadetting was first introduced to Montserrat by Lieutenant Eric Grell in 1935 using Army based themes. The Royal Montserrat Defence Force has provided the leadership and trainers for the Corps over its life. Training for the Sea Cadets will follow a nautical theme and will be delivered by members of the Royal Montserrat Police Service’s Marine Unit.

  • Domestic Violence Community & Public Outreach, Education Consultation Schedule

    11th February 2019

    The Legislative Assembly has mandated a consultation on the Domestic Violence Bill.  In an effort to sensitise the public and receive feedback, a series of consultations were started on Friday February 8.  The bill itself is available online here. Please find the consultation schedule for your information.

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