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The story of Mermaid began at CAH on the evening of June 28th when CAH received a call in the evening that a pup had been “bounced” by a truck on the road. Dr. Nadine Cerny, CAH head veterinarian and Hospital Director, Kathy jumped in their car and went to the scene. When they arrived, […]

The Grenada National Coalition on the Rights of the Child (GNCRC) is appalled about the reports of an allegation of a recent gang rape of a young girl. The alleged incident was reported to have taken place during the Carnival season on Sunday 13th August, 2017 at Snell Hall St. Patrick’s. We were horrified to […]

Twelve Care Institutions across Grenada and Carriacou are beneficiaries of annual grants under the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative (GCPI). Making a presentation marking the many years of Grenlec’s Partnership with Grenada’s Care Institutions, Marcia Hill, a senior staff member at Grenlec said, “Today we honour the essential work you do and are grateful for your […]

H.O. P.E or Help Other People Excel, hosted their official Launch today July 26th at the Public Workers Union Conference Room. At the launch, members of the Organization laid out its   primary objective which is to identify persons within the Grenadian Community who are in dire need of assistance because of their dilapidated living and […]

Dear Parents and Guardians, The 2017 July-August school vacation period is here, and we at the Child Protection Authority are hoping for a colorful and happy vacation for our nation’s children. Because our children are the hope and future of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique, their security should be a priority for each one of […]

The Current Consolidated Voter’s List as at June 30, 2017 has now been published for inspection, the raising of claims, objections and revision. This process will last for seven days, beginning on July 7 and running through July 14, 2017. The List can be found in each Constituency at Post Offices, Police Stations, Medical Stations, […]

NAWASA’S WATER SYSTEMS – JUNE 21st, 2017 11:00 a.m.: The National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) wishes to advise the general public that with the exception of the following water treatment plant ALL WATER SYSTEMS have been switched on.

UPDATE – NAWASA’S WATER SYSTEMS – JUNE 20TH 2017 According to the National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA), due to the inclement weather, the following water systems have been switched off due to high levels of turbidity and dam blockages:

SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL FLAT REHABILITATION PROJECT St. George — The Anglican High School, located in Tanteen, St. George’s, is the latest institution to benefit from Republic Bank’s social investment initiative, The Power to Make a Difference.

CELEBRATION OF WORLD MILK DAY St. George — Since 2001 this special day, which was originally established by the FAO (Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations), has been celebrated annually around the world. World Milk Day is about sharing the story of milk as an important nutritional source.

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