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GRENADA AHEAD OF THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL SCHEDULE St. George — Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office with responsibility for Natural Disaster Management and Information, Senator Winston Garraway, in addressing the Annual Network Meeting for Ozone Officers of the English Speaking Caribbean and Haiti held in Grenada on May 17th, 2017, announced that Grenada […]

GRENADA GOVERNMENT REFUTES CLAIMS BY GPP/WRB ST. GEORGE —The Government of Grenada continues to be disappointed by the recent public statements made by GPP/WRB regarding the reforms to the electricity sector.

POST CABINET BRIEFINGMinistry of Energy RepresentativesHealth Minister, Hon. Nickolas SteeleClick here to listen


POST CABINET BRIEFING Hon. Nickolas Steele, Health Minister Deaths of three children at general hospital on Friday

QATAR CONSIDERING SPORTS VILLAGE AND MEGA YACHT MARINA IN GRENADA St. George — Qatar, one of the most advanced Arab states, is seriously considering the construction of a sports village and mega yacht marina in Grenada.

TAXES DUE – MAY 2017 ST. GEORGE — The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) of the Ministry of Finance and Energy advises the public of the following taxes that will be due and payable for the month of May, 2017.

POST CABINET BRIEFINGPrime Minister Keith Mitchell————————————National Health InsuranceRepurchase of Grenlec SharesPM admits that Minister Nimrod misspokeReenactment of slavery causes hoolpaMinister Oliver Joseph’s apparent boo-booCamerhogne Park will not be soldNo to legalization of marijuana

NO RECEIPT FOR SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR CONVEYANCE?St. George — At the sitting of the senate on Wednesday, the following exchange ensued between Sen. Ray Roberts and the Leader of Government Business in the Senate, Simon Steil over the whereabouts of the receipt for a US$7,000,000 real estate transaction which took place between the Government of […]

IMF TO ASSIST WITH PENSION REFORM IN GRENADA ST. GEORGE — The Washington-based International Monetary Fund (IMF) has promised to assist the Grenada Government with pension reform.

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