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PEOPLE WILL KNOW CARICOM IS WORKING WHEN THEY SEE, TASTE AND FEEL CARICOM Secretariat — Dr. the Honourable Hubert Minnis, Prime Minister of The Bahamas has signalled his readiness to help deliver the mandates of CARICOM to provide better, healthier and more prosperous lives for the people of the Community. In doing so, the newest […]

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THE GRENADA REVOLUTION – WHAT REALLY HAPPENED? Relations between the Cuban military advisors in Grenada and the officers of the Grenadian Revolutionary Army (PRA) were generally very good, often warm on a personal level, throughout the four and a half years of the revolution. However, growing disagreements developed between the military advisors and our top […]

SEN. ROBERTS TAKES ON CARICOM A Conference of the Caribbean Heads of Government is a tremendous symbol and shows the progress of regional integration.  However, such events must not ignore significant burning issues such as the suffering to which Grenadian and OECS workers whose pension and other investments with CLICO remain unresolved after several years […]

CSME REMAINS BEST VEHICLE FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE REGION – CARICOM SG CARICOM Secretariat — Secretary General of the Caribbean Community, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, is of the view that the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) is still the most viable way for sustainable development in the Region. He made this disclosure at the […]

DEXTER GIBBS AND SHERMAN JOHN NELSON St. George — A 32-year-old tiler of Finton Village, Dexter Gibbs, aka “Juicy Fruit, is wanted by the Criminal Investigation Department, St. George for questioning in relation to the crime of robbery with violence.  He is five feet, eight inches in height, slim built, dark in complexion with brown eyes. […]

COARD APOLOGISES TO FAMILIES OF VICTIMS OF OCTOBER ’83 CRISIS Former deputy prime minister and finance minister of Grenada, Bernard Coard has apologised to the families of persons who were killed during the October crisis 34 years ago. Writing in his book, “The Grenada Revolution: What Really Happened?” he expressed his apologies to the families […]

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ESLYN ANDALL St. George – The RGPF is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating 63 year old Eslyn Andall of Mt. Gay, St. George. Andall is about five feet six inches tall and brown in complexion. She was last seen in the vicinity of River Road, St. George about 1:00 p.m. on Monday […]

RECUSE YOURSELF, MR. BOWEN The Minister of Public Utilities ought to recuse himself from overseeing the oil and gas exploration in Grenada if the Russian company GPG is chosen for the project. The Minister and the little known company have had a long relationship; and that raises lots of unanswered questions. The media is littered […]

ECLAC PRESENTS A DEBT ALLEVIATION STRATEGY BASED ON A DEBT SWAP PROPOSAL AT HIGH-LEVEL MEETING IN SAINT KITTS Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean


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