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The small island states of the Caribbean have contributed least to the problem of global warming but are the first to suffer its effects, especially the increasing frequency and severity of hurricanes. It is unconscionable that a country such as Dominica should have had to pay an installment of several million dollars in debt repayment […]

Venezuela continues to experience a significant outflow of Venezuelans to neighbouring countries, other countries in the region, and countries further afield. While individual circumstances and reasons for these movements vary, international protection considerations have become apparent for a very significant proportion of Venezuelans.1 UNHCR’s concern for Venezuelans outside their country of origin implicates UNHCR’s mandate.2 […]

The period since Independence may well be described as ‘the guilty years’ for a Nation that has not worked seriously at reducing poverty. Public policy has skirted the subject, under-educating the poor and under-financing poverty reduction! So the womb of poverty remains pregnant from generation to generation. Now, Grenada’s young poor have taken ‘comfort’ in […]

 THE LATE ARNOLD M. CRUICKSHANK CBE “Not a drum was heard, not a funeral note as his corpse to the rampart we hurried.” This stanza from the poem “The burial of Sir John Moore” as recorded by Charles Wolfe (1791-1823), reminded the Sentinel of the last days of  Arnold Cruickshank Esq. CBE, as he laid […]

As we continue to realize the devastation left in the wake of Category 5 Hurricane Irma, The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) remembers this significant day in our history when our tri-island state was severely impacted by Hurricane Ivan. Thirteen (13) years ago today, 39 lives were lost and significant damage and losses were sustained […]

With an alarming number of child abuse cases being reported in Grenada, authorities took to the airwaves on Tuesday morning to outline enhanced steps they are taking to address the issue. Anande Trottman-Joseph headed a team from the Child Protection Authority and the Royal Grenada Police force at Tuesday’s post cabinet briefing. Click here to […]

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 […]


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