Author: Charmaine Wright

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For the first time in its history, the Caribbean Court of Justice held court in Antigua and Barbuda at a special sitting to honour the President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt. Hon. Sir Dennis Byron. Representatives from the region came together to pay tribute and say farewell to Sir Dennis for […]

A St. Mark resident who was nabbed by police during a drug bust has been charged with trafficking of a controlled drug.  Wayne Suralie, 18, Fisherman of Waltham was granted 20-thousand dollars bail with two sureties after appearing in Court.  He is scheduled to appear at the Victoria Magistrate’s Court on June 14th 2018. Also two St. […]

Grenada and India are set to kick off a fresh round of cooperation on a wide range of issues. Health and Agriculture are being given top priority as reflected in discussions between Grenada’s Health Minister Hon. Nickolas Steele and Her Excellency Mrs. Anupriya Singh Patel, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Government of […]

The adverse effects faced by farmers in Carriacou and Petite Martinique during the dry season, which include a lack of sufficient food and water for their animals, will soon be addressed. Through funding from the Japanese Caribbean Climate Change Partnership, a Pasture Management Project will be implemented. The project will be done in conjunction with […]

Leader of the opposition in St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Denzil Douglas, has called for the immediate resignation of the Federation’s prime minister, Dr Timothy Harris. Douglas’s call came in a national video and radio broadcast to the nation on Sunday after transcripts of secretly taped telephone conversations emerged in a judgment in a British […]

The visit of the Honourable Mrs. Anupriya Singh Patel, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare of the Government of India to Grenada marks a historic moment in the relationship between the two countries. It was the first time that a Minister of the Government of India had made an official visit to the […]

The Grenada National Commission for UNESCO announced the launch of the UNESCO Young Professional Programme 2018, which is aimed at enriching and diversifying UNESCO, by attracting young talented professionals to the Secretariat. Candidates must meet the following criteria: Be a national of non-represented, or under presented Member State of UNESCO (Grenada) Be no older than thirty-two […]

Minister for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs Hon. Kindra Maturine-Stewart is optimistic that work on the Chinese Housing Project in Dumfries will officially commence in the coming weeks. Accompanied by Permanent Secretary Rholda Quamina, other Ministry Officials and members of the Chinese construction company another visit was paid to the project site. Minister Maturine-Stewart noted […]

Small Island States face the alarming prospect that their sovereign credit ratings might be downgraded over time due to climate risks and impacts. This could land them in a type of “financial trap,” leading to challenges in managing national finances, dependence on foreign aid and increasing vulnerabilities to climate change. Climate change impacts impose substantialeconomic costs on […]

May 15th 2018, is being recognised across the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States OECS as Climate Change Day. This designation is as a result of the OECS and the UNFCCC entering into a partnership which focuses on communication and awareness surrounding climate change and the Conference of Parties (COP) meetings. This year’s focus on raising […]

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