SIR ANDY LAMENTS RESIGNATION OF PM MITCHELL
Antigua - Former West Indies fast bowler and the first Antiguan to play for the regional squad, Sir Andy Roberts, has lamented the departure of Grenada's Prime Minister, Dr Keith Mitchell from the chairmanship of Caricom's sub-committee on cricket governance.
THE BIGGER PICTURE
We are about to have a referendum on constitution reform so that the Grenadian people could have a say in reforming some aspects of their constitution. This process would not be giving us a new and finished constitution but instead the reforms of some seven (7) bills. The original document will continue to be looked at in the future and changes made to suit the time
GRENADA TO HOST CTO CONFERENCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
Grenada will host the Caribbean Tourism Organization's annual State of the Industry Conference in 2017, marking the first time that the destination has served as the venue for the event.
ANOTHER MAJOR INVESTMENT AT HOSPITAL (ICU)
ST. GEORGE - The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the General Hospital has received an upgrade of new equipment. The Ministry of Health has spent over USD 82,000.00 on new equipment and accessories in response to the onset of the GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME (GBS), which is now one of the most feared disorders in Grenada, todate. Ventilators and
PRIME MINISTER'S MEDIA CONFERENCE Post-Structural Adjustment Program Delay Constitution Reform Referendum Status of Mount Hartman Project Prime Minister's issues with LIAT Prime Minister resigns from CARICOM'S Cricket Sub-Committee Allegations about victimization of public servants The Anthony Bailey revocation Click here
ANTI-CORRUPTION AND GOOD GOVERNANCE
St. George -- The Office of the Integrity Commission in collaboration with the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Department of Public Administration are hosting a workshop on "Anti-Corruption and Good Governance" under the theme Visionary Leadership in the Management of Anti-Corruption from September 19 – 23, 2016.
CAMERON, PERHAPS THE MOST INFERIOR OF ALL W. I PRESIDENTS
The lingering confusion, the public disrespect for the leadership of the current West Indies Cricket Board and the demise of the West Indies team in world cricket has much to do with the poor quality of leadership coming from the respective boards that make up the board of directors.
Created on 27 September 2016
Written by Jamila Lewis
IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM NAWASA ON WEATHER SYSTEM INVEST 97L
As Grenada and the rest of the Caribbean continue to monitor the tropical wave referred to as INVEST 97L, the National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) advises that the following water systems will be switched off at 10:00 p.m. today Tuesday September 27, 2016. This measure is necessary to protect our systems and ensures earliest resumption of service.
POST CABINET BRIEFING Sen. Winston Garraway, Minister of State, Disaster Management Hubert Whyte, Mgr. Meteorological Services, MBIA Terrence Walters, Disaster Management Coordinator, NADMA Click here to listen