posted by Sheldon
The NDC urges the administration of Dr Keith Mitchell to stop playing politics with the health of the Grenadian people.
Hon. Keith Mitchell leaves Grenada on Friday, 9 October, for a one-day visit to The Commonwealth of Dominica in solidarity with PM Roosevelt Skerrit.
posted by Linda Straker
Telecommunications providers who are blocking applications such as WhatsApp, Viber, and Tango, are violating legislation.
posted by Nigel Mathlin
Caribbean Institute Of Forensic Accounting (CIFA) brings you a value-adding two-day workshop entitled “Investigative Interviewing”.
The opposition political activist admitted to using her political position to obtain the General Hospital internal communication.
CEO/Deputy Chairman of Sandals, Adam Stewart, was recently named Caribbean Hotelier of the Year by the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association.
The 2015–2016 cruise ship season began in the month of September, and is expected to increase calls to the sister-isle of Carriacou.
The US Embassy to the Eastern Caribbean handed over a 2016 Toyota Fortuner to the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) on 23 September.
The GNBA presents a national 3 on 3 tournament, starting this Saturday 10 October, on the Carenage Basketball Court from 2 pm.
The National Democratic Congress registers its gravest concerns regarding the poor quality of health care being provided to the Grenadian public.
The UK has agreed to provide £300 million to 8 Caribbean countries in the next 5 years for infrastructure development.
In the 6th season of A Taste of History, Chef Staib goes back to his Caribbean roots by traveling to St Lucia and Grenada.
The Carriacou Parang Festival Committee prepares to celebrate the 38th annual Carriacou Parang Festival from Friday, 18 to Sunday, 20 December 2015.
To date, APSF has assisted 15 students from the primary schools of St John to attend Secondary Schools in St John, St Mark and St George.
Grenada Fashion Weekend is carded for 4–6 February 2016.
Seized was a quantity of cocaine, ammunition, a firearm and several items believed to be used for the production of cocaine.
October is designated as “Child Month” and the Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Child Month Committee, has organized several activities.
Grenadian Author Cindy McKenzie has published her first novel.
The main objective of the mission is to prepare a project for the education sector.
The Government of Grenada today made an offer to exchange its 2025 Bonds for New Bonds.
LIME has had its lawyers issue “Cease and Desist” notices to a number of subscribers of its Internet service.
The Office of the Ombudsman has decided to open a temporary office space in Carriacou, and the first visit will be on Tuesday, 13 October 2015.
The District Revenue Office (DRO) in Grenville will close at midday on Thursday. The Office will resume regular operating hours on Friday, 9 October 2015.
“In Grenada as well as in other Commonwealth countries, there is no complete separation between the legislature and the executive.”
A delegation led by Hon. Yolande Bain-Horsford will negotiate and network with senior cruise executives to gain sustainable cruise business for Grenada.
Guardian General Insurance (OECS) Ltd. presented annual contributions to 11 care institutions and 2 sporting agencies on Wednesday, 30 September 2015.
Out-patient eye clinics at the General Hospital will be temporarily suspended for the week of Monday, 5 October, through Friday, 9 October 2015.
A framework for climate change “cannot wait,” Grenada’s Foreign Minister said at the United Nations.
Ceiling of American Airlines plane cracks after passenger hurled against it during extreme turbulence.
The Grenadian Health Ministry will soon pilot its paperless immunization system at all government managed health facilities.
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