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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.

GUARDIAN GENERAL (OECS) LTD. SUPPORTS GRENADA POLICE WEEK 2017 St. George — The week of June 4th to June 10th is one clearly marked on the calendars of all members of the Royal Grenada Police Force. This one week per year has been dedicated to these hardworking public servants to re-charge batteries, relax, have fun […]

MODERN BRIDGE UNDERWAY IN ST. PATRICK ST. GEORGE — A modern bridge linking the communities of La Fortune and La Mode is underway in St. Patrick.

THE SHORE IS BACK AT SAUTEURS! ST. GEORGE — For years, the people of St. Patrick sat back and watched how the heavy waves lashed against buildings and damaged the shoreline.

YOUNG LEADERS HELP TO BUILD IN “BIG PARISH” St. Andrew — Kishon and Janice Mark of Seamoon, St. Andrew are the latest recipients of a newly built home.

DISABILITY AWARENESS MONTH LAUNCHED St. George – Encouragement, excitement and plenty of fun is in store for the disabled community and their supporters as the Grenada National Council for the Disabled (GNCD) celebrates disability awareness month throughout May.

ACE HARDWARE JOINS MINISTRY OF HEALTH IN MT GAY BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT ST GEORGE – Local hardware giant ACE Hardware has forged an alliance with the Ministry of Health to undertake an internal beautification project at the Mt Gay Hospital.

CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE AND RURAL ENTERPRISE PROGRAMME St. George — On Friday, April 28th 2017, the Government of Grenada (GOG) signed a Design Mission Aide Memoire with the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) for a new Project at the Ministry of Finance, St. George. The Design Mission was held from April 18th -28th 2017 with […]

CRUISE PORT SEAWALL CLEANUP A SUCCESS St. George — 30 members of the Grenada Cadet Corp Zone B have collected 27 jumbo size bags of litter along the seawall behind the Melville Street Cruise Terminal to ensure that one of Grenada’s scenic spots remains litter free.

GNOW LAUNCHES PROGRAMME FOR ‘EMPOWERING RURAL WOMEN St. Andrew – The NGO, Grenada National Organisation of Women (GNOW), has once again taken significant action in support of their mandate to address the needs of the female population of Grenada.

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