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Delion Hypolite, a 22 year-old female of Richmond Hill, St. George will appear at the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday 18th July to answer to the charge of non-capital murder. The charge was laid against Hypolite following the death of Kadeem Scantlebury, a 24 year-old male, also of Richmond Hill, who was stabbed during […]

The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers’ Union and the workers at the National Lotteries Authority have commenced low-level industrial action as of Monday of this week. The action of reporting to work in red union T-shirts was taken to register their frustration over the NLAs continued lack of seriousness about meeting to address industrial relations […]

The Marketing and National Importing Board partners with Grenada’s health care providers to promote healthy eating for the nation. MNIB has taken a pro-active step of providing mini-coolers for the storage and sales of fresh fruit with strategically chosen partners around the island. And, a natural synergy between them and health care providers such as […]

GRENADA’S ‘WHITE FOREST’ Things occurring in unprecedented or unexpected ways (coming out of nowhere), at a scale or significance that cause major shifts from the norm, are sometimes considered to be ‘phenomena’. The current challenges by Whiteman and Forrester may well constitute a phenomenon in Grenadian politics. While such challenges sit comfortably at the table […]

PRIME MINISTER MITCHELL MEETS WITH CANADA’S PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY AND HIGH COMMISSIONER OF CANADA TO BARBADOS AND EASTERN CARIBBEAN Prime Minister Keith Mitchell earlier today met with Canada’s Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Development, and former Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Celina Caesar-Chavannes. Canada’s High Commissioner based in Barbados, Marie Legault also […]

President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, has formally written to and extended an invitation for dialogue to CARICOM’s Chairman and Prime Minister of Grenada, Dr. Keith Mitchell. In a letter dated July 7, 2017, and received by Grenada’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and subsequently by Prime Minister Mitchell, President Maduro expressed that […]

SUMMARY OF PROGRAM AIRED ON SUNDAY, JULY 16, 2017 09:00AM AND 06:00PM THE BUZZ Scriptures, Feedback, Poll results EDITORIALS GRENADA ADVOCATE We need some political will please, to stay safe on the road NEW TODAY The pillars wobbling!!! CARIBUPDATE WEEKLY Awaiting Kirani’s comeback & looking at the GCSO Code FEATURE-1 PRIME MINISTER’S POST CABINET BRIEFING […]

Bernard Coard has begun to publish his double-layered testimony on the Grenada Revolution, as an authoritative word on an era of unparalleled sadness in Grenadian life.  Unless he has undergone a spiritual re-birth, do not expect him to answer his own question, “What really happened?”, truthfully. A pre-occupation with truth would have led him to […]

Ezra Phillip aka “Noel” or “Butcher” 39 year old of Annandale, St. George who was reported missing earlier this week, was discovered dead last evening at Annandale, St. George about 5:00 p.m. A postmortem is pending to determine the cause of death. Meanwhile, 14 year old Devrol Thomas of Mt. Gay, St. George who was […]

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