posted by Sheldon
A total of 83 officials from the Bolivarian National Armed Forces sailed aboard the Yekuana Patrol Ship with humanitarian aid for Dominica.
On Saturday, 29 August, the Grenadian Gamers Association successfully held its second major video game tournament.
The European Union’s Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection Department is providing EC$913,000 (€300,000) in emergency humanitarian funding to Dominica.
posted by Nigel Mathlin
Jason Roberts Foundation fundraising for Grenada team to attend the Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam — flights, sessions, equipment, coach & staff support.
On this day, 3 September 1783, the Treaty of Paris returned Grenada to the British after four and a half years of French rule.
posted by Linda Straker
“The main activity during the month will be the showing of “The Family Legacy” — a documentary about the disease, on Friday, 11 September from 6:30 pm.”
Before the new school term begins, CIBC FirstCaribbean presented over 50 “Back to School” packs to deserving students.
For the rest of today, persons can still drop off supplies at NaDMA’s Headquarters at Richmond Hill, Wesley Hall building on Lucas Street and Supermakets.
“Our Place” Dominica Fundraiser Event, this Friday 4 September 2015 at 5 pm.
During the Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) General Assembly, St Lucia officially announced its withdrawal as host of the 2017 Games.
Students under the seed programme, who have not yet collected their allowances, are therefore asked to do so by this Friday, 4 September.
Sandals Foundation has launched a fundraising campaign to aid the recovery effort in Dominica.
The months from November to April typically record the highest visitor arrivals, causing some airline carriers to seasonally alter their schedules.
“Grenlec commends the Government for pursuing the feasibility of geothermal as a renewable energy resource for Grenada.”
St George’s University has announced the appointment of Dr G. Richard Olds as President and Chief Executive Officer.
Hon. Emmalin Pierre takes this opportunity on behalf of the Government of Grenada, to wish a Happy Birthday to Grenada’s own Kirani James.
Health Minister Nickolas Steele arrived in Dominica, heading a delegation which included Deputy COP Franklin Redhead, an engineer, and a pathologist.
Effective 9 September, U.S. Embassy Grenada will resume offering full U.S. citizen services, including passports, and Consular Reports of Birth Abroad.
PM Mitchell met on Monday, 24 August, in Barbados with the Cricket Review Panel, which is reviewing the state of governance of West Indies cricket.
Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has appealed to member countries of the OECS, to commit at least US$100,000 to aid in relief efforts for Dominica.
The Brent Birckhead Quartet will perform in a free public concert at the Charter Hall of SGU, True Blue Campus, on Saturday, 19 September 2015, at 7 pm.
Water, canned items, toiletries and medical supplies are being sought to provide relief support to Dominica. Deadline for drop off is noon on Wednesday.
Kurt Felix finished 8th in the Decathlon with a new National Record of 8,302 points in the event.
La Borie Road, near to the “Car Wash Café n More” and “Aubrey David” will be closed to all vehicular traffic until Monday, 7 September, 2015.
“The Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica has established an account at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank to receive contributions in support.”
Great New Books Coming to Grenada Schools from Macmillan Education and Hands Across the Sea
“LIAT will be operating an additional 29 services into Guadeloupe over the next week to facilitate movement into and out of Dominica.“
The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom is inviting nominations from Grenada for scholarships tenable in the United Kingdom.
“USAID has launched a USD$12.5 million Caribbean Marine Biodiversity Program (CMBP), to promote conservation in high priority areas across the Caribbean.”
“The thoughts and prayers of the Leader and members of the NDC are with the Government and People of Dominica.”
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