Author: RIA MURRAY

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The Grenada Tourism Authority has announced a number of new initiatives and programmes aimed at improving the product offerings as well as increasing visitors to the tri-island destination. Cruise Guest Experience Project Consultancy Following the visit to Grenada of a high level delegation of the Florida Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) in June 2017, Grenada’s Minister […]

The Inland Revenue Division of the Ministry of Finance will be holding Outreach Offices, in parishes throughout Grenada. The Outreach Office Initiative will commence from Friday, May 11th, 2018 in St David and will climax on Saturday, June 16th in St George’s. The general public is encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to:- Make […]

The Grenada Cooperative Bank (GCB) has reaffirmed its commitment to Police Week with the donation of nine thousand dollars towards the hosting of Food Fest 2018. Roger Duncan, Manager, Customer Care at GCB made the donation to Superintendent Glen Paul, Chairman of Police Week Committee at a brief handing over ceremony on Friday 4th May, […]

Be Prepared for Hurricane Season Your safety is our priority. To help prepare you and your family for safety and a quick recovery should storms and hurricanes occur, here are some simple steps to practice:   Make a disaster plan and ensure everyone is familiar with it. Store water, non-perishable food, and prescription medication. Remember […]

A St. Mark resident who was nabbed by police mere hours after robbing someone at knife-point will spend the next three years at Her Majesty’s Prison. A charge of robbery with violence was laid against Danister Warren, a 35 year-old  mason, of Non-Pariel after he walked into the home of a Paddock, resident about 07:15 […]

The 71st World Health Assembly (WHA) will meet in Geneva from May 21-26 of this year, and Taiwan, as an active global health partner seeks participation.  Since 2009 to 2016, Taiwan has been invited to the WHA as an observer and shared its unique experience in the field of medical science as well as preventing […]

A Coroner has ruled that the fatal shooting of Mt. Parnassus resident, Jerry Paul by police was justified. The inquest into Paul’s death was presided over by Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill at the St. George’s Magistrate Court, and an impaneled coroner’s jury returned the verdict on Wednesday. 45 year-old Paul succumbed to injuries sustained as […]

The Ministry of Climate Resilience working with the Ministry of Health will embark on a clean-up to rid the beaches of sargassum in Grenada and Carriacou. Beaches such as Telescope, Soubise, Marquis and Hope in St. Andrews, La Sagesse in St. David, Windward and Mt. Pleasant in Carriacou are being severely impacted by the sargassum […]

The Lance Bridge in Gouyave reopened to vehicular traffic on Tuesday although still somewhat incomplete. It is being reopened to ease the hassle for commuters using the Western corridor, and additional work will be undertaken on a ramp to accommodate persons with disabilities. And, as of Tuesday, the Hubble Bridge is closed to vehicular traffic […]

Investigators at Sauteurs Police Station have arrested and formally charged three men in connection with the May Day shooting which occurred at Bathway Beach.  Von Cyrus of The Carenage, Seon Grant of River Sallee, and Kemlon Andrew of Seamon, appeared at the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Cyrus and Grant were jointly charged with attempted […]


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