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The Grenada Cooperative Bank (GCB) has reaffirmed its commitment to Police Week with the donation of nine thousand dollars towards the hosting of Food Fest 2018. Roger Duncan, Manager, Customer Care at GCB made the donation to Superintendent Glen Paul, Chairman of Police Week Committee at a brief handing over ceremony on Friday 4th May, […]

The Ministry of Climate Resilience working with the Ministry of Health will embark on a clean-up to rid the beaches of sargassum in Grenada and Carriacou. Beaches such as Telescope, Soubise, Marquis and Hope in St. Andrews, La Sagesse in St. David, Windward and Mt. Pleasant in Carriacou are being severely impacted by the sargassum […]

There are no words to express the deep loss and the great sorrow the people of Fontenoy in North West St. George, and by extension, this Nation, are feeling, as we have lost two of our most precious angels in a tragic house fire. As the Parliamentary Representative for the Constituency, and as Prime Minister […]

The Ministry of Social Development, Housing & Community Empowerment is reminding beneficiaries of the Support for Education Empowerment and Development Programme (SEED) that monthly payments will continue as usual at the end of the month of May. The Ministry assures all its beneficiaries that while a re-assessment is being done on the Programme, Government remains […]

The New Testament Church of God began in 1958, with the first congregation assembling in Springs, St. George, and the first physical location in Beaton, St. David. It has now expanded to nine locations island-wide. The Church has several activities planned throughout the month of May, in celebration of its 60th anniversary, and George Fletcher, […]

BY ALEXANDER D. GREAT 2/4/18) Grenada’s Department of Physical Planning is now under some scrutiny. They say that they bringing work into the country to improve the economy. But foreign investors and coastal proprietors now buying up the best property Allegedly making it hard for the locals to access the beach or the sea CHORUS […]

Carriacou will soon be transformed into a cultural village, as the annual Maroon Festival gets underway April 27-29.  The event merges Maroon festivities with traditional string band music and dance, to showcase the unique customs and traditions of our African Ancestors. “Smoked” food, Big Drum Dance, string band music, and other cultural performances can be […]

A vehicular accident has claimed the life of one of St. George’s most-liked businessmen. Late on Thursday afternoon, while riding his motorcycle in the Grand Anse Valley, Trevor Renwick collided with an automobile and died from his injuries. Renwick was a prominent member of Grenada’s business community and the managing director of Massy United Insurance […]

A Regional Consultation on effective platforms for Wider Caribbean Dialogue being hosted by the CARIFORUM Directorate has been described as a timely initiative by the CARIFORUM Director General, Mr. Percival Marie, and the Ambassador of the European Union Delegation in Barbados, Her Excellency Daniela Tramacere. They were speaking at the opening of the consultation which is being held at […]

On listening to a radio program a few days ago hosted by a gentleman who represents the New National Party,  he stated that it was past time for the NDC candidates to take down their posters, billboards and other items because general elections are long gone. I got the impression that the NDC was negligent […]

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