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Police are investigating a vehicular accident which claimed the life of a six-year old schoolboy on Wednesday afternoon. Alison Baptiste was on his way from school when he was reportedly hit by an Isuzu truck on La Poterie public road in St. Andrew. He was pronounced dead at the scene.  An autopsy is pending. Baptiste’s […]

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has presented the 2017 Best Corporate Citizen Award among ECCU commercial banks to the Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited during the awards ceremony held at the ECCB Headquarters, on Wednesday. The ECCB initiated the Best Corporate Citizen Award Among ECCU Commercial Banks in 1997 to recognise commercial banks which operate […]

131 Member States of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) demonstrated confidence in Grenada’s leadership by voting to elect the country to UNESCO’s Executive Board on Wednesday, November 8, during the UNESCO general Assembly in Paris. UNESCO is responsible for coordinating international cooperation in education, science, culture and communication and is an […]

The demographics described as poor and working class comprise the majority of the population and their importance must be appreciated within our cultural, religious, social, economic and political milieu. In fact, their political behaviour is largely explained by the interplay of these factors. There are some basic attributes surrounding these groups of citizens. Firstly, working […]

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A major relocation project is underway on the third floor of the Ministerial Complex in the Botanical Gardens. The workers from the Ministries of Agriculture and Youth and Sports and the Department of Labour are being moved to various alternative sites to facilitate removal of the carpet and its replacement with tiles. Workers in the […]

Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean and partners this week further enhanced its global profile with participation at World Travel Market in London — the world’s largest travel industry showcase. Grenada Tourism Authority Chairman, Rodney George; CEO, Patricia Maher; and Marketing Manager, Francine Stewart led the Pure Grenada delegation, supported by the Pure Grenada UK […]

Just days after the return of the first Grenlec restoration crew from Anguilla, a second Grenlec team has taken their place to continue electricity restoration in Anguilla. Expressing the Company’s appreciation to the volunteer linemen, Collin Cover, General Manager applauded the team for the excellent feedback that the host company has provided about their work. […]

The recent devastation caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria are stark reminders of the ever changing environment we live in. Climate change is evident as storms become stronger and more frequent, with experts saying this phenomenon is a direct result of human activity. Our brothers and sisters in the Northern Caribbean have begun the arduous […]

Through the Grenlec Community Partnership Initiative this year, $40,000 was contributed for the restoration of St. George’s Anglican Tower — an historic landmark devastated by Hurricane Ivan in 2004. The project was approved as an initiative that preserves our nation’s heritage, a priority of the GCPI. “We acknowledge with gratitude Grenlec’s contribution to this project […]

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