Mr. Stoutt said, “The project is on the move. There are a number of activities on-going and there are more activities slated to start in the coming week or two. We are on track to having this project completed by the end of the year.”
The Territory-wide graduating class of 2015 includes 83 honour students who are required to achieve a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.0 to 3.9; and six high honour students who maintained a GPA of 4.0 to 4.3.
Topic: Historical Sites and Monuments | Posted By: kduncan
Friday, 12 June 2015 - 4:30pm
The Office of the City Manager will soon open the doors of the Old Her Majesty’s Prison Museum. Final preparations are progressing and the decision has been made to have prisoners from Her Majesty’s Prison contribute several crafts and merchandise to the museum.
Residents of the Adina Donovan Home for the Elderly were presented with three wheelchairs, donated by international law firm Harneys. Chief Operating Officer at Harneys, Felice Swapp stated that it was important that support be given to the elderly and pledged that her form will continue to do its part towards improving the quality of life for the residents.
On Friday, May 22, several Anegadians received contracts to execute road improvement works on their home island. Works will begin from the Saltheap Point at the Beach Cottages to Cow Wreck Beach Bar & Grill and will be supervised by five project managers from Anegada.
Local elementary and secondary students won several prizes from the popular radio show on ZBVI 780 AM, "Morning Devotion" Quiz competition as part of activities to observe Earth Day on Wednesday, April 22.
Road works in Palestina Estate/Pleasant Valley are 95 percent complete. Completed works per contract included raising the concrete bridge abutments and construction of a new bridge deck at a higher elevation. A new culvert was also constructed along the Palestina road and a section of the Drakes Highway back to the existing sea outfall near Nanny Cay.