GRENADA SIGNS VISA WAIVER AGREEMENT WITH EU
Bridgetown -- Today, Grenada will sign a short stay visa waiver agreement with the European Union which will allow its citizens to visit all EU Member States, except the United Kingdom and Ireland for up to 90 days within a six month period without requiring a visa -- as long as the purpose of the visit is not to carry out a paid activi
8 NEW SCHOLARSHIPS FOR CARIBBEAN FILM AND TELEVISION PRODUCERS
Bridgetown -- CaribbeanTales Worldwide Distribution (CTWD), the region's premier distribution platform for Caribbean film and television content, has received a 3-year funding commitment to provide eight partial scholarships a year to regional audio-visual content producers to attend its renowned CaribbeanTale
CALABASH GRENADA AWARDED TRIPADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE
St George – In January of this year, Calabash Grenada was honoured with three TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice Awards for being ranked No. 8 of the Top 25 Hotels in the Caribbean, No. 7 of the Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Caribbean and No.16 of the Top 25 Hotels for Romance in Caribbean.
THE 2015 NORTH ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON & THE WET SEASON OUTLOOK FOR GRENADA
St. George -- The Grenada Meteorological Services Department has been monitoring the long range seasonal forecast produced by international and regional experts in the field of meteorology and other related sciences.
ECCO APPLAUDS SANDALS LASOURCE
St. George -- The Management of the Eastern Caribbean Collective Organisation for Music Rights want more hotel properties and all music users in Grenada to follow the example of Sandals LaSource and seek copyright clearance when using music for public performance.
NaDMA RECEIVES REPORT OF 4.9 MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE
St. George -- The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA), has received preliminary reports from the Seismic Research Centre at the University of the West Indies of a Magnitude 4.9 earthquake, which occurred at approximately 9:25 a.m. this morning.
Having listened to the May 24 edition of Sundays with George Grant (WHITHER THE CARIBBEAN: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE OR PATRONAGE GOVERNMENT), I believe that political parties, per se, could soon be a thing of the past.