CONSUMER ORGANISATIONS HAVE GRAVE CONCERNS
St. George -- Independent Consumer Organisations in the OECS are concerned about the latest reports from Brazilian authorities that several major meat processors in that country have been "selling rotten beef and poultry."
QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED IN THE SENATE
St. George -- Labour Senator Ray Roberts has submitted to the Clerk of Parliament two questions for the Leader of Government Business for answers at the next meeting of the Senate.
INLAND REVENUE OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO DISTRICT REVENUE OFFICES
ST. GEORGE -- The public is advised that starting on Wednesday, 22nd March, 2017, an Officer from the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) will be at the District Revenue Offices from 8:00am to 4:00pm on the following days:
MURDER TRIAL DATE SET FOR AKIM FRANK IN DEATH OF LINNEA VEINOTTE
The man accused of killing New Brunswick-born Linnea Veinotte in 2015 and ditching her body near a golf course will go to trial on Nov. 21.
That date was set after a status hearing in a courtroom in St. George's, Grenada, last Thursday.
Akim Frank, who was 26 at the time of Veinotte's death, has remained in jail since he turned hi
POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH
St. George -- A St. George resident is in police custody assisting with investigations into the death of a local resident over the weekend.
Glen Baptiste, a 55 years old, Mason of Boca, died on Sunday following an altercation during which he received a wound to his head from his 23 year old nephew.
This is the second homicide recorded for the year in Gr
VINCENTIAN ON MONEY LAUNDERING CHARGE
St. George -- A Vincentian national has been remanded to prison after appearing at the St. George's Magistrate's Court on Monday to answer a charge of money laundering.
GRENADA TO BENEFIT FROM NEW LIAT SCHEDULE
St. George — Minister for Tourism & Civil Aviation, Clarice Modest-Curwen MP, has announced today the restoration of the daily early-morning LIAT service to Barbados.
VER: NNP SHOULD DO BETTER ABOUT MISSING US$1MILLION
St. George -- The people of Grenada deserve a government that will act more responsibly." Those were the words uttered against the Keith Mitchell-led government in Grenada by a disappointed Roger Ver who is seeking to recover US$1 million which he claimed he was tricked into handing over to controversial Utah Businessman, Robert Martin Oveson for a passport that he never got.
Created on 17 March 2017
Written by William Joseph
THE THIRTY-NINE PERCENT
Anyone can criticise anything! They may do so for good or wrong reasons! The recently-published findings of a CADRES poll have some folks unhappy and ready to apply logic and illogic to discredit Mr Wickham. He may well deserve 'a hit', but what is the point really when we have not yet voted? We could decide to put anybody in our Parliament and accept anybody as Prime Minister. Since its 2013 defeat, the NDC ought to have had one driving cause, that is, to win the next elections.
Created on 17 March 2017
Written by Kwame Hypolite
500 ATHLETES REGISTER FOR ARIZA CREDIT UNION JUNIORS THIS WEEKEND
ST. GEORGE – The Grenada Athletic Association (GAA) announced on Thursday that all is set for the Ariza Credit Union National Junior Championships, to be held on March18 & 19. The Championships cater for competition among male and female athletes under 20 years of age.