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 […]

T.A. MARRYSHOW COMMUNITY COLLEGE ANNOUNCES NEW WEBSITE FOCUSED ON TRANSFORMATION ACTIVITIES Four major stakeholders “have come together to collaborate and agree on a working arrangement to build capacity and resources with a view to the TAMCC developing on a self-sustaining basis into the top educational institution of its type in the Caribbean”. The Government of […]

MINISTRY OF HEALTH MONITORS CONJUNCTIVITIS (PINK/RED EYE) IN THE REGION ST. GEORGE — The Surveillance Unit of the Ministry of Health reported on Friday that it is actively monitoring an outbreak of conjunctivitis (Pink/Red Eye) in the region. The unit headed by Dr. Shawn Charles, shared the report with members of the Ministry’s Surveillance Task Force […]

PRINCESS ALICE UPGRADES HAVE BEGUN St. George — Infrastructural upgrades are about to begin on the Princess Alice Hospital at Mirabeau and will result in disruptions to the regular flow of traffic at the facility. A park and walk system is now in effect and all vehicle operators will be allowed parking only in the vicinity […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

WINC LAUNCHES CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR SECOND ACCELERATION PROGRAM KINGSTON — Building on the success of its 2016 Acceleration Program, the Women Innovators Network in the Caribbean (WINC) is launching its 2017 program; and Grenada has been selected to be a part of this programme. The eight-month peer learning program which begins in November 2017 is […]

STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT AND THE STATE OWNED ENTERPRISE GRAVEL CONCRETE & EMULSION PRODUCTION CORPORATION (GCEPC) Under the three-year Structural Adjustment Programme, 2014-2016, the Government of Grenada committed to undertaking reforms to “secure fiscal discipline” and “improve financial performance” of Statutory Bodies and State Owned Enterprises, noting that these entities represented an important source of contingent liabilities […]

GRENADA RE-COMMITS TO ONE CHINA POLICY ST. GEORGE — Grenada has re-stated its commitment to the One China policy, while assuring the new resident Ambassador Dr. Zhao Yongchen that this country stands ready to continue working with China. That was a commitment extended by Minister Gregory Bowen, in his capacity as acting Prime Minister, during a […]

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