HUMAN INTEREST

The Government and People of Grenada are deeply saddened to learn of the plane crash in the Republic of Cuba yesterday. We extend our deepest sympathies to the families of all who lost their lives in this dreadful tragedy, and to the people of Cuba, in general. We know that the days ahead will be […]

There are no words to express the deep loss and the great sorrow the people of Fontenoy in North West St. George, and by extension, this Nation, are feeling, as we have lost two of our most precious angels in a tragic house fire. As the Parliamentary Representative for the Constituency, and as Prime Minister […]

The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development and Religious Affairs joins with the family, relatives and friends of Harmony James, in mourning her untimely death. Harmony passed away at the General hospital, where she had been warded for approximately three weeks. Harmony was a ten year old, Grade Four student, who attended the L’Esterre Government […]

BY ALEXANDER D. GREAT 2/4/18) Grenada’s Department of Physical Planning is now under some scrutiny. They say that they bringing work into the country to improve the economy. But foreign investors and coastal proprietors now buying up the best property Allegedly making it hard for the locals to access the beach or the sea CHORUS […]

The United Nations System in Trinidad and Tobago is concerned after authorities in Trinidad and Tobago announced they had facilitated the return to Venezuela of scores of Venezuelan citizens, including asylum seekers, who had been in detention. “The United Nations Resident Coordinator, Richard Blewitt said on Sunday that the United Nations is concerned for the […]

AS PRIME MINISTER SAYS ‘RACIST’ LAWS THAT BANNED IT DAMAGED THE RASTAFARIAN COMMUNITY CLICK HERE TO READ MORE  

A vehicular accident has claimed the life of one of St. George’s most-liked businessmen. Late on Thursday afternoon, while riding his motorcycle in the Grand Anse Valley, Trevor Renwick collided with an automobile and died from his injuries. Renwick was a prominent member of Grenada’s business community and the managing director of Massy United Insurance […]

EX-PRESIDENT LULA STARTS 12 YEAR JAIL TERM Over the weekend South Africans received a glimpse of what awaits their unlamented former leader, Jacob Zuma. On Saturday former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio “Lula” da Silva finally threw in the towel. He handed himself over to the police and has started a 12 year jail sentence. Described in 2009 by Barack […]

The Trinidad-based Seismic Research Centre (SRC) of the University of the West Indies (UWI) says it is too early declare that the underwater volcano, Kick ’em Jenny (KeJ), has become dormant again following days of no “significant increase” in activity. READ MORE HERE    

The small island states of the Caribbean have contributed least to the problem of global warming but are the first to suffer its effects, especially the increasing frequency and severity of hurricanes. It is unconscionable that a country such as Dominica should have had to pay an installment of several million dollars in debt repayment […]


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