TABLETS FOR STUDENT PROGRAM INCHES CLOSER TO REALITY
ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister, Keith Mitchell has held follow-up talks with CEO Vahan H. Gureghian, Max Tribble and Rev. Terrence Griffith of the Philadelphia based CSMI Education Management, on the way forward for the proposed CSMI-Grenada High Tech Classroom program.
US UNDER SECRETARY BACKS GRENADA'S ROBUST BID TO REVAMP THE ECONOMY
ST. GEORGE -- United States Department of State Under Secretary for Political Affairs, Wendy Sherman, has expressed support for Grenada's ongoing and active engagement with the IMF, the World Bank and The Paris Club.
The US Under Secretary expressed her sentiments to Prime Minister Keith Mitchell during a meetin
CARRIACOU MAROON MUSIC FESTIVAL 2014 IS ON
Beausejour, Carriacou -- Jamaican reggae artist Capleton is the headline act for the 2014 Carriacou Maroon Music Festival. He is expected to entertain fans at the historic Belair Heritage Park on Saturday, April 26th, as part of the line up for the three-day festival.
Visiting groups from Grenada and Tobago are also slated to participat
PROGRESS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF TOP HILL SENIOR CITIZENS HOMEBeausejour - Five months before its scheduled completion date, work is progressing steadily on the reconstruction of the Top Hill Senior Citizens' Home.
CONGRATULATIONS TO HILLSBOROUGH SECONDARY AND BISHOP'S COLLEGE
Hillsborough, Carriacou -- The Carriacou Athletics Committee takes this opportunity to extend congratulations to the principal, staff, athletes and student body of Hillsborough Secondary School and Bishop's college on their recent remarkable performance at the 2014 Inter-col games in Grenada.
IMF GIVES GRENADA HIGH PRAISE ON TARGETS ACHIEVED TOWARDS HOMEGROWN PROGRAMME
ST. GEORGE -- The Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. Keith Mitchell, has expressed his satisfaction with the meetings held yesterday and today with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank.
MICHELLE'S CONFECTIONERYMichelle Peters and her two daughters run a small confectionery in Grenada from their home in the St. Paul area. This video tells of some of the challenges they face; but they remain undaunted and continue to dream of bigger and better things.
OECS BORDER CONTROL OFFICERS DISCUSS WATCH-LISTING OF SUBJECTS OF INTEREST AT SPECIAL SEMINAR
OECS Secretariat - OECS Border Control Officers have just ended deliberations on Watch-listing of Subjects of Interest at a Training workshop aimed at strengthening the region's border security operations. Watch-listing is a system used by law enforcement agencies for monitoring and trac
FORMER GRENADA LAWMAKER SAYS CARIBBEAN CRUMBLING UNDER POOR LEADERSHIP AND DIVISIVE POLITICS
Winn FMSt. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): The humanization of power is the main affliction affecting good governance