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The over US$2 billion pledged at the CARICOM-UN Conference for long-term recovery for hurricane-affected countries and the establishment of the regional renewable energy center are among the successes CARICOM recorded for 2017 in spite of the year’s challenges. Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque said in his End of Year Message that the Community […]

Brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ: I am very happy to greet you all, people of God in Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique as I celebrate with you my first Christmas as Bishop of St. George’s-in-Grenada. I would like to thank all those who have made me feel so very welcome in Grenada, especially during […]

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) has taken the initiative to sponsor the consultancy for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) Electronic Conveyancing System Project. This initiative is expected to ultimately facilitate the enhancement of the region’s competitiveness through an overhaul of the land registration systems of the ECCU. It is intended to provide a […]

I have noted last night’s newscast on GBN which featured the concerns of residents in St. Patrick’s south of the Breakwater Project.Permit me to bring to your attention the following:- The breakwater was done as part of a Disaster and Vulnerability Reduction Programme at a cost of $4.6 mill. – An EIA was not done […]

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) is calling on the Government of Dr. Keith Mitchell to deal expeditiously with the issues affecting the workers of the National Water and Sewerage Authority, NAWASA. The Party notes that the Mitchell Administration’s refusal to so far publicly address the grievances of the workers, demonstrates in no small part their […]

Like most of the public, only today has the Attorney-General’s Chambers in the Ministry of Legal Affairs learned of a decision of the Court of Appeal delivered on Friday the 15th December, 2017 regarding the Government’s application to that Court to have set aside or remove an interim Order made by Justice of Appeal Davidson […]

REGULARIZATION OF CONTRACTED EMPLOYEES The National and Sewage Authority acknowledges receipt of a correspondence from the Minister of Labour, directing that an arbitration tribunal be established in accordance with Section 45 (3) of the Labour Code in relation to the issue of the regularisation of workers. NAWASA states categorically that we are fully committed to […]

Two devastating hurricanes slowed down but could not derail the fundraising momentum of the region’s largest cancer care and awareness event. Hurricanes Irma and Maria curtailed fundraising activities and caused the cancellation of walks in five of 17 English and Dutch speaking territories where CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank holds its annual Walk for the Cure […]

Partnership between Government and Henley and Partners credited for never before seen revenue levels from Citizenship by Investment Programme “A Bumper Year” was how Kaisha Ince, Chairperson of the Citizenship by Investment Unit, described the unprecedented levels of revenue yielded from Direct Foreign Investment under the CBI Programme. Ms. Ince made these comments during a […]

Reggae Night …the feeling is Right! This year’s Pure Grenada Music Festival has announced three outstanding artists for #PGMF2K18, Grammy Award Winning, Morgan Heritage, singer/songwriter, Protoje and conscious singer and poet, Jah9! The sibling band Morgan Heritage is dubbed “a force to be reckoned with” and known for their eclectic sound termed “Rockaz” – their […]

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