Grammy Award winning R&B and soul singer-songwriter and actress is the latest addition to the stellar line up of performers confirmed for the Pure Grenada Music Festival 2018 event. She is set to perform on Soul Night – Friday April 13, 2018 This artiste’s musical beginnings speak of an early life in the choir, a vocal performance […]

The Grenada Bankers’ Association recently elected a new president, Mr. Keith Johnson, Managing Director of Republic Bank (Grenada) Ltd. Mr. Johnson began his banking career over 40 years ago in Guyana, and holds an Executive Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from The University of the West Indies (Cave Hill), a B.Sc. in Accountancy from […]

The Ministry of Finance and Energy says that in accordance with Section 56(1) of the Public Finance Management Act, a resolution by the House of Representatives has authorized the Minister of Finance to borrow on behalf of the Government of Grenada in any form and from any legitimate source, whether domestic or external and for […]

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is publicly advising voters, that we have been reliably informed that Barbadian pollster Peter Wickham has agents currently in the field, going door to door, asking political questions for a poll. We can confirm that Mr. Wickham is not operating as a paid pollster for the National Democratic Congress. It […]

Ladies and gentlemen, sisters and brothers, patriots all… As another holiday season comes to a close, and as we all look forward to 2018 – as a year of further consolidation and increasing opportunities, we have every reason to give thanks as a Nation. Our Lord and Savior has blessed us all and has watched […]

Police are investigating a housefire in Lower Marli, St. Patrick, which left an elderly man dead and the top floor of his two-story home completely destroyed on Thursday 28th December, 2017. Deceased, is 83-year-old, Arthur Mark, a retired welder. He was the lone occupant of the house at the time, and was pronounced dead by […]

The Royal Grenada Police Force is reminding operators of premises with amplified instruments and those who have sought and obtained permission to play amplified musical instruments for the holiday period that they must have on hand a copy of the permission letter which they are obligated to present to a police officer upon request. Persons […]


Windstar Cruises’ Star Pride which was scheduled to arrive here on Monday morning will not be making this scheduled call. The 208 passenger sailing yacht was due to be here from 08:00am to 10:00pm. However, two Royal Caribbean cruise ships are expected to bring just under 5,000 visitors — the Serenade of the Seas which […]

The Upper House has passed the Customs Amendment Act giving more clarity to the functions of the Minister on regulation matters such as the establishment and licencing of custom brokers and tariff clerks.  The amendment was brought before the House by Sen. Nolan Cox, Parliamentary Secretary for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs: COX 

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