March 2, 2015

REPUBLIC BANK CRICKET TOURNAMENT COMMENCES IN CARRIACOU Hillsborough — Hotel Laurena’s Mt. Royal All Stars were the winners of the first match in the 2015 Republic Bank Carriacou United Cricket Board Domestic Cricket Tournament.

REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANT SOON TO BE A REALITY ON SISTER ISLE Beausejour — The problem caused by a low water supply, especially during the dry season will soon be a thing of the past for residents of the sister isles of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS GAIN BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF CARRIACOU’S AFRICAN HERITAGE Beausejour, Carriacou – A group of students from an American University is getting a glimpse and a better understanding of Carriacou’s deep African cultural traditions.

CARRIACOU AND PETITE MARTINIQUE GET THEIR TURN Beausejour — The people of Carriacou and Petite Martinique are being given an opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns on the constitution reform process.

AIRLINES MISHANDLING GRENADA AS A DESTINATION As the mishandling of our visitors by the airline industry during the Carnival season worsens, an urgent impact study is needed as it relates to damage control.  Baggage delays, baggage and ticket price gouging, over booking, flight cancellations and late departures are creating a negative impact on the visitor’s […]

13 SQUARE MILES IN TURMOIL “Your services are no longer required” — the reason given to over 20 young people by the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs for the termination of their jobs.  But is this in keeping with the message of, “the politics of spite and hate is over and no victimization, […]

FRIENDS OF PRINCESS ROYAL DONATES TO HOSPITAL Hillsborough — A voluntary organization formed primarily to aid in the improvement of the Healthcare system in Carriacou & Petite Martinique continues to play its part.  Friends of Princess Royal Hospital on Wednesday presented the Hospital Administrator, Norland Cox with a cheque for EC$2, 500.00.

GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES RE-COMMENCEMENT OF TYRELL BAY MARINA PROJECT IN CARRIACOU ST. GEORGE – The Tyrell Bay Marina project will see the creation of dozens of direct jobs, as well as lead to a better environment and more vibrant economy for the people of Carriacou, and all its visitors. Those were the words of Prime Minister […]

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS FOR SALE Hillsborough – The Belair Nursery within the Agriculture Division of the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs continues to play its part in food security.

“NO MANGROVE, NO MULLET” Regarding the stalled/proposed Tyrrel Bay Marina, here is an alternative, sustainable approach for realizing the project which might benefit more than the developer. I will focus on its potential impact on the Tyrrel Bay Mangrove Forest and interconnected eco and environmental systems.

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