Montserrat News

Montserrat Port Development Project: Latest Updates Unveiled at Town Hall Meeting

The Montserrat Port Development Project Team hosted a Town Hall Meeting on May 9, 2024, at the St. Peter’s Anglican Church Hall, offering the public an update on the progress of the new Little Bay Port.

Mrs Lindorna Sweeney will be the next Deputy Governor of Montserrat

Her Excellency The Governor Mrs Sarah Tucker is pleased to confirm the appointment of Mrs Lindorna Sweeney as the next Deputy Governor for Montserrat, with effect from 1st September 2024.

Royal Montserrat Police Rescue Vessel in Distress off Marguerita Bay

On Thursday, May 2, 2024, at approximately 19:35hrs, the Royal Montserrat Police received a distress call regarding a vessel in trouble about two miles off Marguerita Bay. The Royal Montserrat Police Marine Unit promptly responded to the call.

MVO Weekly Report for the Period 26 April to 03 May 2024

Activity at the Soufrière Hills Volcano remains low. The seismic network recorded 25 volcano-tectonic earthquakes and one rockfall this week. 17 of the volcano tectonic earthquakes occurred in a brief swarm on 29 April.

Registration Opens For The Fourth Annual Produced In Montserrat Expo (PRIME)

Registration is open for the fourth annual Produced in Montserrat Expo (PRIME) taking place on 27th and 28th July, at the Montserrat Cultural Centre.  

664connect Media Launches New Show In Collaboration With Radio Anguilla And...

664Connect Media proudly announces the launch of its groundbreaking new show, "Women of the West Indies" (W.O.W), in collaboration with Radio Anguilla and ZJB Radio.

Montserrat Ferry Service Stops Suddenly Despite Promise of Continuation

On May 1st, 2024, the Access Division, Office of the Premier, officially announced the conclusion of the service in a press release.

Montserrat’s RESEMBID Energy Efficient Projects Receive Extension

The Energy Department within the Ministry of Communications Works Labour and Energy is thrilled to announce the extension of two pivotal energy efficient projects

Teachers Stage Silent Protest Over Working Conditions at Look Out Primary...

A silent demonstration unfolded outside Look Out Primary School in Montserrat on April 29, as several teachers gathered to highlight their grievances regarding working conditions.

Dr. The Hon. Samuel Joseph Is The New Leader Of MCAP

The Movement for Change and Prosperity (MCAP) made a significant announcement regarding its leadership at the conclusion of Day 2 (26 April, 2024) of the Montserrat Budget Debates 2024.