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SENATE SITTING 07/25/17 Ministerial statements Petitions, Government Notices, Unofficial Notices, Questions, Personal Explanations Bills – Supplementary Appropriation (No. 1) Bill, Child (Protection and Adoption) (Amendment) Act, 2017  

ADDRESS BY THE UNITED NATIONS’ SECRETARY-GENERAL New York, 18 July 2017 Nelson Mandela continues to inspire the world through his example of courage and compassion, and his commitment to social justice and a culture of freedom and peace. I had the honour of meeting Nelson Mandela several times, including during South Africa’s transition. Each time, […]

Delion Hypolite, a 22 year-old female of Richmond Hill, St. George will appear at the St. George’s Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday 18th July to answer to the charge of non-capital murder. The charge was laid against Hypolite following the death of Kadeem Scantlebury, a 24 year-old male, also of Richmond Hill, who was stabbed during […]

The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers’ Union and the workers at the National Lotteries Authority have commenced low-level industrial action as of Monday of this week. The action of reporting to work in red union T-shirts was taken to register their frustration over the NLAs continued lack of seriousness about meeting to address industrial relations […]

Prime Minister Dr. Rt. Hon Keith Mitchell wants to see a more serious and responsible LIAT serving the needs of the region. During the weekly post cabinet briefing on Tuesday, Dr. Mitchell said regional governments must take some responsibility for the mismanagement of the regional airline, having pumped money into LIAT without the conditionality on performance. […]

The Government of Grenada has found itself in hot water with the Microsoft Corporation and will have to pay the company US$800,000 as explained by the Leader of Governmnt Business in the House of Representatives, Gregory Bowen. “Microsoft has repeatedly said that over many years, we have been pirating — even at the government level,” […]

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 […]

 (St. George’s, Grenada) 30th June 2017—The Grenada Tourism Authority hosted two (2) major familiarization trips for its UK Airline partners in June. The first was a familiarization trip for Virgin Atlantic senior reservations agents and product managers from June 6th to 9th. The agents enjoyed a packed itinerary in which they learnt how to better […]

THREE GRENADIANS TO RUN THEIR FIRST EVER MARATHON FOR CHARITY, REACHWITHIN ST GEORGE — Grenadians Jerry Bascombe, Dennis Mason and Anderson Simon, will have the experience of a lifetime when they take part in the TCS New York Marathon on Sunday, November 2. They will navigate the 26.2 mile run, through five boroughs and over […]

WANTED MAN CAPTURED St. George — Police have tracked down and captured Joel CHARLES, alias Gouvan, a 53 year old, of Beausejour, St. George, who was wanted for questioning in connection with the death of Cecilia ST. LOUIS of Happy Hill, St. George.

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