posted by Sheldon
The United States claims that it had nothing with any coup to remove the Venezuelan government.
posted by Linda Straker
“People want to help the family or families who are living in this terrible condition. Refusing to provide the location and name is just inhumane…”
25 of the nation’s young cricketers will participate in a Personal Development Session at the Grenada National Stadium.
Grenada’s Lower House of Parliament on Friday appointed a new Public Accounts Committee.
It is my respectful view, that third world is not about our economic conditions; but, more so, our attitude to governance and the rule of law.
Gala event for Grenada’s 41st Anniversary of Independence at Eveagreen Reception Hall, Montréal, last Saturday night, February 21.
Grenada has signed a historic visa waiver with the People’s Republic of China, making Grenada the fifth country to benefit from such an agreement.
posted by Nigel Mathlin
NOW Grenada interviews Bongo Wisely Tafari – Chairman, Caribbean Rastafari Organisation
Ticket sales for the upcoming cricket match between West Indies and England will start from next month end in Grenada.
The Sandals Foundation, in collaboration with Hands Across the Sea, officially handed over a full range of new books to Westerhall Secondary School.
The Royal Grenada Police Force wishes to inform the general public that it will be conducting live-fire training at its Camp Raymond range.
“… it appears that unbundling Grenada’s generation and wires businesses would be an endeavor more likely to increase costs”
Persons eligible for public assistance payments in the parish of St George are advised that cheques are ready.
Clozier/Bull Hill Road in St John will be closed on Thursday, 26 February 2015 from 9 am to 2 pm.
The work of Christina Cornier has been on display for the last few weeks at Art and Soul Gallery at Spiceland Mall.
The Council agreed to reduce the minimum savings deposit rate from 3.0% to 2.0%
Grenadian cannabis/marijuana users seem to have an appetite for St Vincent produced marijuana.
The Political Leader of the NDC has not given any assurances that any taxes will be repealed if his Party was to be re-elected.
This year will be start of the 50th anniversary of the Intercol games
All persons and auto mechanics who have engaged themselves in operating illegal roadside ‘garages’ and or repair work to refrain from doing so immediately.
The RGPF warns that its officers will continue enforcement action against inconsiderate motorists and those who park illegally.
Ministry of Finance and Energy will be hosting a Balance of Payment(BOP) workshop in collaboration with the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre.
The Government of Grenada condemns any attempts to overthrow the functioning of the constitutionally elected government of Venezuela.
The Royal Grenada Police Force will be commencing a series of meetings with persons who operate as vendors within the town of St George.
RGPF live-fire training at its Camp Raymond range, (Old Airport Strip) Pearls, St Andrew, on Wednesday, 25 February 2015.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) wishes to register its outright disappointment, regarding the ongoing Constitution Reform Process.
The Caribbean experiences a series of general elections that exposes both the strengths and weaknesses of our democratic electoral system.
A Sod Turning Ceremony at the Woburn Methodist School, in St George, marked the commencement of the rehabilitation of that school.
This practice of what is now popularly referred to as “happy hour’’ has firmly established itself as folklore in Grenada culture.
Government is now in the process of commercializing another one of its estates, this time on the sister isle of Carriacou.
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