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It’s the first time on-duty officers are charged with manslaughter, but Oscar Bartholomew’s wife is disappointed: ‘it’s not just manslaughter, it’s murder.’ READ MORE HERE  

The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers’ Union (GTAWU) has brought to the attention of its members and the general public that the Government of Grenada has made radical changes to the Board of Directors of Gravel and Concrete, following insistence by Members of the Board (including the Workers’ Representative) that pertinent information concerning the arrangement […]

Many Grenadians worry about the state of the society especially in light of a continuing spate of extreme criminal conduct. The taking of human life shows a state of mind lacking compassion and an appetite for brutish judgment! One is not dealing here with instances of temporary anger or loss of self-control.  What explains this […]

On Thursday November 16, a 238 pound blue marlin, together with two yellow fin tunas (80 lbs and 78 lbs) were landed at the Carriacou fish market.  The community of Carriacou can expect to see an abundance of sliced fish at their local fish markets, as the fishers of Carriacou and Petite Martinique get excited […]

As Pure Grenada looks forward to strong projected growth for the 2017/18 cruise season, tourism officials are particularly enthusiastic about the luxury brands coming to the destination. In the past two weeks, Grenada welcomed two inaugural luxury cruise ship calls. The first was the Viking Sea on November 2 and MS Europa 2 on November […]

United Nations Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 and is celebrated on November 20th each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare. The Grenada National Coalition on the Rights of the Child (GNCRC) stands in solidarity and joins with the local, regional and international communities in recognizing our […]

Republic Bank and the Ministry of Youth, Sports & Religious Affairs invite you to the Finals of the 2017 Republic Bank RightStart Cup Youth Football Tournament at the Kirani James Athletics Stadium on Friday, November 24, beginning at 1:00PM. Six teams will vie for top honour and competition is expected to be keen, with a […]

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November 20, 2017

No one could tell the boundary between life and death! It is such a fine line, perhaps impossible to recognize in real life. When I visited my friend and former working colleague, the late Trevor Thwaites at the General Hospital, our conversation, along with another friend, was upbeat. The LION, as he was affectionately called, looked […]

There is “fake news” in the church and “no news” that is equivalent to “fake news” and the churches are masters of “no news” where anything that can, presumably, come out of them is swept under the carpet says Bishop of Grenada Clyde Harvey.  READ MORE HERE  

The Management and Staff of the Government Information Services (GIS) extend deepest condolences to the family, friends, former colleagues and acquaintances of Trevor Thwaites our Senior Information Office who died on Saturday morning. Trevor was not a conformist, but he was an invaluable team player and all will attest to that. He was endowed with a spirit […]


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