Author: George Grant

Police are currently investigating the death of a Calliste, St. George resident following an incident which occurred on Wednesday 18th July, 2018 at Grand Anse, St. George. Officers attached to the South Saint George Police Station responded to a report at Grand Anse, and found 24 year old Khalid Griffith, of Calliste, St. George lying […]

Deputy Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, Trevor Brathwaite and Chairman of the reconstituted Payments Council, highlights how the council protects you, given the increase in the use of technology to conduct payments.

Less than two months after releasing enhancements to its Mobile App and Online Banking, CIBC FirstCaribbean has been named the Most Innovative Bank in the region at the prestigious World Finance Banking Awards awarded by UK-based World Finance magazine. The bank is the only Caribbean-based Bank to have been recognized at this year’s event. “We […]

The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers’ Union and Cable and Wireless are due to begin negotiations on Thursday, July 19 for amendments to the Collective Labour Agreements. Negotiations will be held for the Heritage Cable and Wireless workers and the Heritage Columbus Communications (FLOW) workers. One of the main objectives of the union is to […]

I am currently listening to the first sitting of the Parliament in the new parliament building and I feel embarrassed on hearing Minister Oliver Joseph.  He does not even speak proper English.  This man ought to realize that he is in the Parliament and should raise the bar.  There is a time for speaking colloquially […]

In a few days, India will delete as many as 7 million Muslims in Assam State from its master list of “citizens” because they speak the wrong language and worship the wrong God. Husbands, wives, and children could be torn apart and left to rot in prison camps. This is how genocides begin – how the nightmare of the […]

Grenlec is encouraging customers to manage their electricity usage as rising world fuel prices are making electricity more costly. Having dropped as low as 22 cents/unit of electricity (kWh) in 2016, the fuel charge has steadily increased to just over 45 cents over the last two years. This increase in the fuel charge for electricity […]

In May when the Sweet Water Foundation launched its e-services via telephone: 800-4444 (Monday to Friday 10AM to 4PM); Whatsapp – 534-5769 and Email- helpline@sweetwaterfoundation.ca), they expected prank calls and many more calls from teens and children, since it was dubbed a “Child Helpline”. However three months later, 80% of the calls have been from […]

Good Hope pool was the home to the first ever World Aquatics Day Celebrations held in Grenada on Saturday July 14, 2018. The Grenada Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) and the Grenada Youth Adventurers (GYA) hosted a fun meet for novice swimmers from around the island. With over 120 children participating, World Aquatic Day has been […]

Kizann Frederick and Elisha Mitchell, of La Tante, St. David, who were reported missing, have been found. A statement issued on Monday by the Royal Grenada Police Force simply says that the two youngsters walked into the St. David Police Station on Friday 13th July, 2018. It went on to say that the Force would […]


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