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 resu
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 listenTAKE A LOOK
PARTIALLY DECOMPOSED BODY FOUND
DEATH AT CONCORD WATERFALL
St. George -- A partially decomposed body found in the wee hours of Sunday 25th September, 2016 has been identified as that of Gregory George of Brooklyn (Concord), St. John.
RIGHTS & FREEDOMS AMENDMENT BILL 2016 – PART 1
On October 27th 2016, Grenadians will be asked to vote on the captioned Bill affecting our fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. The intent of this Bill is to refine the provisions of the Constitution that protect our fundamental rights and freedoms. That is, Chapter 1 of the 1973 Grenada Constitution Order. The Bill a
SEASON 9 OF THE GRENLEC DEBATES KICKS OFF!St. George – Season 9 of the Grenlec Debates is here! The preliminary round of the competition kicked off on Monday, 26th September in Carriacou, where Hillsborough Secondary and The Anglican High School faced each other in the first match of the season.
STATEMENT BY THE NDC ON THE REBRANDING OF THE PARTYSt. George -- To signal the new approach of the NDC as we present ourselves as a credible alternative to the government, we are undertaking the rebranding of the party. Today you are seeing the first public use of our new logo.
ABSURD SOLUTIONS TO COSTLY REGIONAL TRAVEL
Barbados - Grenada's minister of tourism Clarice Modeste said something about the beleaguered regional carrier LIAT at the just concluded Caribbean Tourism Organization State of the Tourism Industry Conference (SOTIC) here that left some wondering whether she had any idea what she was talking about.
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.