CULTURE

The Most Distinguished Order of the Nation which is an Order of Knighthood consisting of six grades and associated prefixes and post nominals: Knight Grand Collar (KN) or Dame Grand Collar(DN) Knight Grand Cross (GCNG) or Dame Grand Cross(DGNG) Knight Commander (KCNG) or Dame Commander(DCNG) Commander (CNG) Officer (ONG) Member (MNG) Citizens of other countries may be admitted […]

On Sunday 08/10/17, I was listening to SWGG, as always. I find this programme highly educational, informative, creative and inspiring – this is the medium that makes Grenadians proud of their cultural heritage. I appreciated the two ladies from the GTA for their enthusiastic response regarding their planned activities designed to entertain visitors to our […]

Plans are well on stream of the hosting of the third annual Corn Festival carded for Sunday October 29th 2017. Known for growing a large quantity of corn, the island will again witness a wide variety of products prepared from corn on sale including: coo-coo, corn bread, corn cake, conkie – ‘paime”, corn porridge and corn-kebabs. The 2017 […]

STANFORD SCHOLAR TRACES MEDICAL EXPERIMENTATION ON SLAVES IN 18TH-CENTURY CARIBBEAN COLONIES Click here to read: Stanford News    

Following a recent news interview in respect of Carnival Rules relative to the Wearing of Masks and Dominoes, the RGPF wishes to correct the perception that a ban has been declared on masks/dominoes for Carnival. They clearly state that the Royal Grenada Police Force in no way intends to ban the use of masks or […]

THE GRENADA REVOLUTION – WHAT REALLY HAPPENED? Relations between the Cuban military advisors in Grenada and the officers of the Grenadian Revolutionary Army (PRA) were generally very good, often warm on a personal level, throughout the four and a half years of the revolution. However, growing disagreements developed between the military advisors and our top […]

THOSE ABROAD The Africans who came here during slavery had no choice; they did not decide to migrate. Europeans captured and enslaved them for kingdom expansion and financial gain. By the end of slavery, our forefathers then, being three or more generations removed, hardly knew where their roots were in West Africa, far less what […]

THE  CARRIACOU  HISTORICAL SOCIETY  ANNOUNCES ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING DATE Hillsborough — The Carriacou Historical Society will hold  their Annual General Meeting on Thursday, March 15, 2012. The meeting will take place at the Carriacou Multi-Purpose Resource Center in Hillsborough, starting at 4:30 p.m.

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October 19, 2011

AUTHOR WANTS MORE ENCOURAGEMENT FOR YOUNG WRITERS St. George’s, October 18, 2011 (GIS) United Kingdom-based Grenadian author, Jacob Ross, wants to see greater development of budding writers in Grenada. He believes one way to achieve this is to utilize the country’s professional authors who are willing to return home and work with young writers “to […]

JOSH BERKELEY, GRENADA'S 2010 GRENADA BEST TALENT WINNER, SHOOTS TO #4 ON THE TEMPO CROSS CARIBBEAN COUNTDOWN ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA (29 August 2011) – 19 year-old Josh Berkeley's first music video, featuring his first, original R&B song, "Never Meant," has been sneaking up the charts on the well-known TEMPO Cross Caribbean Countdown for the past […]


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