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Inundated by a flood of harsh criticisms and public outrage over its handling of the Windrush Generation saga, the Theresa May-led Conservative Party Government moved yesterday beyond apology and compensation and pledged to grant citizenship to Caribbean migrants who helped to rebuild post-war Britain. Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, who has faced the brunt of the […]

The Ministry of Agriculture and Lands is informing the general public — especially individuals already in or interested in joining the beekeeping sector that it is illegal to import bees from other regional islands, as well as internationally. Persons seeking to bring in Africanised bees from Trinidad are asked to cease immediately since these bees […]

On Sunday April 22, 2018, a sea of over 4,500 people clad in heather orange t-shirts and contrasting white caps took to the streets for the 10th Anniversary of the Pump it Up! Family Fun Walk, a spectacular event put on by Co-op Bank as the main feature of its Healthier Lifestyles Program – proof […]

The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development and Religious Affairs joins with family, relatives and friends of Cassandra Joseph in mourning her untimely death in the People’s Republic of China. Ms. Joseph began studies leading to a Master’s in International Relations, in the People’s Republic of China, in September 2017. She fell ill in November […]

In a surprise development today, FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited (FCIB) said it had withdrawn its recent public offering made in the United States and is currently no longer pursuing a listing of its shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Back in December 2017, the Barbados-based regional financial institution announced that it had filed […]

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 […]

“Imagine if there was a magic door that you could step through and enter a world of knowledge and opportunity,” said Stephen T. Frahm, the United States Charge d’Affairs for Grenada, in an address to students at Grenada Christian Academy. “There is such a magic door at your school–it’s the door to your school library.” […]

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Celebrating 10 Years of Grenlec’s Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme Grenlec voluntarily started its Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme to expand renewable energy generation and provide opportunities for customers who want to install renewable energy systems. Launched in 2007 and the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean, the Customer Renewable Energy Interconnection Programme […]

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