Community

Profile: Mr. Randal Robinson

An everyday Grenadian, striving to lift his country and most importantly his neighbourhood; so it can become a better place for the present and future generations. Randal Robinson was born on a blissful day in the year 1963 to Robert and Inez Robinson and raised in the village of Creighton St. Paul’s, alongside his brother Alan and sister Heather. As a youth; he played an active role in the development ... read more

New batch of Peace Corps Volunteers

Mr. Louis Crishock, Charge d’ Affaires, U. S. Embassy Grenada will administer the Oath of Service. Besides Hon Pierre, guests to the ceremony will also include government officials from partnering ministries, families that have hosted the Peace Corps Trainees and community members from the villages where the Trainees will serve for the next two years. read more

Boys and Men Dialogue for Peaceful Change

The evening session began with an activity that enabled young men to explore and examine different states of peace and peacelessness in their lives on a personal and community level. Mr. Douglas pointed out that before we can begin working to break the cycle of violence that is prevalent in our families, communities, workplaces and society on a whole we must address peace on a personal level. read more

Energy Week winners awarded

Under the theme “Sustainable Energy: Powering a Green Economy” three secondary schools took up the challenge put out by the Energy Unit to create and build a Water Harvesting prototype, as part of the activities for Energy Week, which ran from 11–16 November 2012. read more

New Diocesan Pastoral Council for Grenada

Friday, 08 March 2013: The Diocese of St George’s-in-Grenada has a new Diocesan Pastoral Council. The council is headed by an executive chaired by Ann David-Antoine. In January, at a meeting attended by parish deans and priests, pastoral council representatives and other Church organisations including youth and young adult groups, Bishop Vincent Darius pointed to the need for an active council in the ... read more

PM Thomas describes Lett as a leader in Agriculture

Hon Denis Michael Lett
Prime Minister Tillman Thomas has expressed “deep sadness” at the passing of his Cabinet colleague and Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, Hon. Denis Michael Lett. He praised the 74 year old for his contribution to his church, community and the government, especially his leadership in expanding the contribution of Agriculture to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) from 5.2% in 2008 to ... read more