SUNDAY AUGUST 27, AT CAMERHOGNE PARK The question is, why am I getting involved in party politics? Brothers and sisters, I have taken time off to ponder the magnitude of the challenge, and the social and economic crisis we are experiencing.  And I have concluded that what we need are fresh, good, and honest people if we desire a better Grenada – a better society […]

GRENADA-BORN, Canadian parliamentarian, Celina Caesar-Chavannes, is delighted at her recent visit to Grenada and other Caribbean countries as part of an official Canadian delegation. “It was really a lot of meetings; just making sure that we’re staying connected to the investments that we’re making in the Caribbean and visiting family,’’ said Caesar-Chavannes, the parliamentary secretary […]

WHENCE COMETH THE BUYERS? My first commentary on the subject of Real Estate in Grenada (three years ago) concluded that Grenada needed more aliens to stimulate what I believed to be a moribund market and I recommended measures to actively attract them. My most recent commentary, with a market now provably in an even worst […]

The Windward Islands Schools’ Games 2017 was held in St. Vincent and the Grenadines from July 22 – 29 and Grenada retained the title for a sixth consecutive year. The 71-member team won the following competitions in the Games: [] athletics [] football [] men’s basketball [] women’s basketball [] men’s volleyball Grenada finished second […]

LINE UP FOR PROGRAM TO BE AIRED ON SUNDAY, JULY 23, 2017 09:00 AM AND 06:00 PM CHIME FM 100.9 THE BUZZ Scriptures, Feedback, Poll results EDITORIALS GRENADA ADVOCATE Lookout for disadvantaged students NEW TODAY “Unmasking the masked man” GRENADIAN VOICE Peace is always better than valour CARIBUPDATE WEEKLY Setting bad examples for the young […]

Political commentator, William Joseph has described as “comic relief” — the idea of two NNP-aligned old timers running as independents in the next election. Following the recent pronouncements that Terry Forrester will make a run for the South St. George Constituency and Jocelyn Whiteman for St. David, Joseph questioned whether these gentlemen were seeking “some […]

FIELD ATHLETE WANTS TO BE GRENADA’S FIRST PARALYMPIC COMPETITOR The Grenada Paralympic Committee may have just joined the Paralympic family as a provisional member early this year, but one of the country’s Para athletes Ishona Charles is already dreaming big. Charles participated in the first-ever International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletes’ Forum held from 8-11 June […]

THOSE ABROAD The Africans who came here during slavery had no choice; they did not decide to migrate. Europeans captured and enslaved them for kingdom expansion and financial gain. By the end of slavery, our forefathers then, being three or more generations removed, hardly knew where their roots were in West Africa, far less what […]

AN UNHAPPY CAMPER Below is an except from a VISITOR whose return flight to UK was delayed last week and therefore was accommodated by the airline at the Radisson Hotel in Grenada for 24 hours: “I’m not sure that, I would be the right person to give a recommendation on The Radisson. You see, my […]

MAN CHARGED IN MT. GAY HOSPITAL DEATH St. George — 27-year-old Gabriel Alleyne of Mt. Parnassus St. George, has been charged in the weekend death of Anthony Alexander which occurred at the Mt. Gay Psychiatric Hospital. Alleyne appeared at the St. George’s Magistrates Court, today, Wednesday 28th June, 2017 to answer to the charge of non-capital […]

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