Grenada Co-operative Bank Limited and The Grenada Union of Teachers (GUT) are proud to strengthen their ties and provide favourable benefits for further development of teachers. At a ceremony at the Bank’s Head Office on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, the organizations signed a Memorandum of Understanding which provides preferred terms and conditions to members of […]
The Grenada Chamber of Industry and Commerce extends congratulations to Dr. Keith Mitchell and the NNP on their victory at the polls on March 13th 2018. The people have spoken and given their overwhelming support to the New National Party. This mandate to govern comes with the expectation of responsible inclusive governance. The people of […]
“THE ALIENATED ALIENS” This is the Fifth Commentary on a subject that I started back in 2016 with “The Real Estate Market in Grenada Stinks” (all available at www.nowgrenada.com under the pseudonyms “Don Quixote” and “The Grand Poobah”). I now feel compelled to resume as there have not been any noticeable actions to address this […]
Grenada’s real estate market continues to expand and develop, setting a new high in sales volume! Several projects coming on-line in 2018 are positioned to establish world-class levels of luxury real estate. Find out about investment opportunities. Get all of the data and statistics. Read about what is driving the dynamic growth in Grenada’s real […]
Social partners from across the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union came together at the ECCB Headquarters in St. Kitts and Nevis for the second Growth and Resilience Dialogue, around the theme “Working Together to Raise Growth Levels and Build Resilience in the ECCU”.
GCPI IS NOT A PASS-THROUGH CHARGE TO CONSUMERS The Government of Grenada’s press release last week incorrectly states that the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI) has been funded as a direct “pass through” charge to Grenadian consumers. This is totally false. To set the record straight: the GCPI has not, and has never been, funded […]
Increases in commercial bank fees and charges; the ECCB’s plans for addressing crime in the ECCU; and the impact of trade on the ECCU’s foreign reserves were among the questions reporters posed as Governor Timothy N. J. Antoine engaged the media in Montserrat and Saint Lucia during his Country Outreach to those countries in January. […]
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 […]