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Prime Minister Dr. Rt. Hon Keith Mitchell wants to see a more serious and responsible LIAT serving the needs of the region. During the weekly post cabinet briefing on Tuesday, Dr. Mitchell said regional governments must take some responsibility for the mismanagement of the regional airline, having pumped money into LIAT without the conditionality on performance. […]

The Government of Grenada has found itself in hot water with the Microsoft Corporation and will have to pay the company US$800,000 as explained by the Leader of Governmnt Business in the House of Representatives, Gregory Bowen. “Microsoft has repeatedly said that over many years, we have been pirating — even at the government level,” […]

Residents of the Limes in St. George have made it clear to their Parliamentary Representative for the Constituency of South St. George, Alexandra Otway-Noel, that their roads had better be repaired. They have advised her to stay away from their doors, unless she is coming with help; and threatened to not exercise their right to […]

Political commentator, William Joseph has described as “comic relief” — the idea of two NNP-aligned old timers running as independents in the next election. Following the recent pronouncements that Terry Forrester will make a run for the South St. George Constituency and Jocelyn Whiteman for St. David, Joseph questioned whether these gentlemen were seeking “some […]

Shermika Mc Phie, a 26-year- old, unemployed of Annandale, St. George has been charged with manslaughter by negligence in the weekend death of Nigel Cadore. Mc Phie, who appeared at the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday to answer the charge was granted bail in the sum of sixty thousand dollars with two sureties and […]

2015-OECS Regional Tourism Competitiveness Project (1) Child (Protection and Adoption) (Amendment) Act, 2017 Embarkation Tax (Amendment) Bill, 2017 FINANCE COMMITTEE MINUTES HOR MEETING 8-06-17 HOR Order Paper No. 3 of 2017 OECS Regional Tourism Competitiveness Project Loan Agreement Rehabilitation of Offenders Bill, 2017 Supplementary Appropriation (No. 1) Bill, 2017 Supplementary Estimate of Recurrent and Capital […]

A former minister of Agriculture, Tourism and Civil Aviation is seriously considering a return to front line politics. Jocelyn Whiteman is not satisfied with the level of representation provided by the current MP for St. David, Oliver Joseph, and is determined to ensure that he doesn’t get re-elected. Although Whiteman is a friend of Joseph […]

New National Party stalwart, Terry Forrester has resigned from the party to become an independent candidate following a decision by the party to not have him run in the constituency of South St. George in the upcoming election. Instead, the nod for caretaker was given to Nickolas Steele who is the current MP for the […]

Dear Parents and Guardians, The 2017 July-August school vacation period is here, and we at the Child Protection Authority are hoping for a colorful and happy vacation for our nation’s children. Because our children are the hope and future of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, their security should be a priority for each one of […]

The Current Consolidated Voter’s List as at June 30, 2017 has now been published for inspection, the raising of claims, objections and revision. This process will last for seven days, beginning on July 7 and running through July 14, 2017. The List can be found in each Constituency at Post Offices, Police Stations, Medical Stations, […]

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