posted by Nigel Mathlin
The library’s first Anniversary Gala — Food for the Mind and Soul on 5 December 2015, 7 pm at True Blue Bay Resort.
posted by Sheldon
Grenada Hoops Basketball Tournament: 14–18 December
West Indies T20 batsman Andre Fletcher heads a list of former and current national players that will be in action at Progress Park, St Andrew this weekend.
The plan includes reducing the country’s debt-to-GDP ratio to 60% in the next 5 years.
Hands Across the Sea is proud to announce that 5,500 brand new reading books, serving 5,880 children in 15 primary and secondary schools, have arrived in Grenada.
The Grenada Tourism Authority hosts its first open day from 9 am to 3 pm today, in observance of Caribbean Tourism month.
The Ministry of Health and Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA) are installing an advanced infrared fever sensing system.
posted by Linda Straker
More than US$10,000 in medical supplies were presented last week to the Grenada Diabetes Association, from the US-based charitable organisation Grenadian United In Virginia.
SOL Grenada has partnered with the Grenada Solid Waste Management Authority, in a short-term project aimed at reducing litter thrown from vehicles.
Sponsors and future sponsors of Carnival activities were given a status report of the present situation of the SpiceMas Corporation.
The Grenada Football Association will introduce a new format for football competition in 2016.
The Sandals Foundation has officially handed over a computer lab to the students and teachers of the Blessed Sacrament School.
EC$2,525,211.91 was awarded to 21 community groups to implement climate change projects throughout Grenada.
“The number of persons employed has increased from 37,365 in 2013 to 41,046 in 2014 — an increase of 3,681 persons.”
The Grenada Down Syndrome Association & Jason Roberts Foundation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, recently hosted a fun day for children with disabilities.
“The goal of our Renewable Energy Strategic Plan aligns with Grenada’s National Energy Policy (2011) to secure 20% renewable energy generation by 2020.”
2016 Budget Statement Presented by The Rt Hon. Keith C Mitchell
Grenada is the first country in the OECS to become a member of International Federation of Social Workers.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is the main cause of cervical cancer.
3 secondary schools were awarded top positions for their participation in the first Annual Best School Infrastructure Competition.
The current winter cruise season, which began in September 2015 will see the following adjustments to cruise calls before its end in May 2016.
Wear ORANGE on Wednesday, 25 November 2015 — National Orange Day, and every day for the campaign period.
The Pure Grenada Music Festival team took the streets of Grenada by storm on Saturday in their island wide motorcade.
Police are warning parents and guardians to be on lookout for marijuana-infused confectionery.
Breast cancer can be diagnosed following a routine breast cancer screening, or there may be symptoms that are being experienced that you can visit the doctor about.
SAASS is the champion of the 2015 Grenlec Inter-Secondary School Debates — claiming the title for the 2nd time in 3 years.
Prostate cancer is a disease in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the prostate.
St George’s Health Centre will be closed on Saturday, 21 November. It will reopen on Monday, 23 November 2015.
“Our equity in these ‘global commons’ makes us all joint heirs to global phenomena, be they progressive or destructive.”
Former Administrator and Match Official, Evelyn Frederick, passed away on Saturday, 14 November 2015.
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