MR. FITZROY JAMES NOW HEADS ECONOMIC AND TECHNICAL COOPERATION ST. GEORGE — The Ministry of Finance and Energy announces the appointment of Mr. Fitzroy James as the Director of Economic and Technical Cooperation, effective April 1, 2014.
INTERESTED INVESTORS INVITED TO SUBMIT EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ST.GEORGE — The process towards the commercialization of government estates is ongoing.
LEAVE FOR POLICE OFFICERS KEY ON THE AGENDA FOR THE EASTERN DIVISION OF THE RGPF ST. GEORGE — The Eastern Division members of the Royal Grenada Police Force made it clear that the issue of Leave/vacation days for police officers is the foremost concern on their agenda moving forward.
MEN CHARGED WITH ROBBERY WITH VIOLENCE St. George — As a result of quick action by members of the Criminal Investigation Department, South St. George Police Station, two men were arrested and charged with the crime of robbery with violence.
ANOTHER 1000 YOUTH TO ACCESS TRAINING THROUGH THE NEW IMANI ST. GEORGE — On August 9th, 2013, the Ministry of Youth, Sports, and Ecclesiastic Affairs will be enrolling an additional one thousand (1000) young persons into the New Imani Program.
NAWASA OFFERS FREE RECONNECTION FOR CARNIVAL St. George — The National Water and Sewerage Authority is doing their part to ensure consumers are a little less constrained in their celebrations of Spice Mas 2013.
POLICE CARRY OUT SUCCESSFUL DRUG OPERATION St. George — As police intensify their operations for the Carnival Season, a joint operation conducted in the Central Policing District of St. George on Friday resulted in the arrest of three men on drug charges and the detention of a 26 years old Vincentian national.
SAND MINING AREAS IDENTIFIED ST. GEORGE – The Galby and Grand Bacolet areas in St David have been identified for Sand Mining by the government. Works Minister, Gregory Bowen, made the disclosure at a press briefing at the Ministerial Complex on Wednesday.
ST. JOHN’S EDUCATORS’ SCHOLARSHIP FUND St. George — The St. John’s Educators’ Scholarship Fund is a non-profit organisation which provides scholarships annually to 2 students from the parish who are academically inclined and in need of financial assistance. At present 10 students from the parish who attend various secondary schools are beneficiaries of the fund.
DEATH OF INFANT St. George — The St. Paul’s Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the untimely death of an eleven month old baby girl of Mardi Gras St. George’s which occurred on Sunday 9th June at 8:45 pm.