The Government of Grenada, in close coordination with international consultants engaged under the World Bank-sponsored ECERA Project, conducted a comprehensive review of the electricity sector on the island.  The result of two years’ worth of consultations with leading figures in the industry is the new Electricity Supply Act of 2016.  Focusing on Grenada’s potential for […]

On Tuesday, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) nominated capable, serious, independent-minded candidates in all fifteen (15) constituencies in Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique – a team of professionals, committed to putting people first. “Our team is a combination of experience and youthfulness – new ideas and veteran wisdom,” noted NDC Leader V. Nazim Burke. “The […]

Canada driver Kaillie Humphries and Phylicia George (Dad from Grenada) race down the track in women’s bobsled finals during 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, on Wednesday Feb. 21, 2018.

Grenada is actually a very young nation. Demographically, young people constitute almost sixty percent of the population. For the upcoming General Elections, young people represent about forty percent of the electorate. In consideration of this powerful fact, 2018 may well be ‘The Year of the Young Voter’. Today, alarming numbers of our young people find […]

An apology is usually uttered by using three of the simplest words, namely. “I am sorry”. However, for many, these are the three most difficult words to say. I am sorry engenders feelings of vulnerability and weakness. But in the eyes of stronger persons, I am sorry shows genuineness, humility, honesty and humanness. Persons who […]

CHTAEF was established in 1986 as a stand-alone 501 (c) 3 nonprofit, tax-exempt organization.  Its mandate is to improve and elevate the quality and professionalism of the hotel and tourism industry in the Caribbean through education and training. Today, it is one of the largest charitable programs in the Caribbean hospitality industry, having raised and […]

Grenada is a step closer to the restoration of state pensions, thanks to a memorandum of understanding which was signed on Monday. Chairman of the Government’s Pension Engagement Committee Beryl Isaac described the handing over of the MOU as a memorable occasion. She explained that there is commitment for the completion of all administrative work […]


It was a record-breaking year for the Caribbean region last year, even in the face of a pair of historic hurricanes. The region welcomed more than 30 million travellers for the first time ever, according to the latest report from the Barbados-based Caribbean Tourism Organization. Ryan Skeete, the CTO’s director of research says that these […]

The St Andrew’s Development Organisation (SADO) with funding from the Global Environment Facility Small Grants Programme has implemented the Grenada Harvest 2030 project. Harvest 2030 is an initiative which promotes a direct intervention into the education system in Grenada, targeting groups thought to be currently at high risk of minimal exposure to basic practical application of […]

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