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  4/24/2015 || STATEMENT BY THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS 0
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to reaffirm that the Government of Grenada remains committed to strengthening its partnership with Grenadians in the Diaspora. Grenadian citizens and the network community organizations throughout the world continue to make substantive contributions to Grenada’...Read More >>>
  4/24/2015 || GRENADA POLICE ARREST SEVEN NEPALESE STUDENTS ARRI...1
Seven Nepalese students, who were reported missing in Saint Lucia last weekend, were arrested by the Grenada police on Wednesday. The police reported that the students arrived in Grenada by boat from Saint Lucia. They were detained in police custody. The seven students detained in Grenada have b...Read More >>>
  4/22/2015 || 2ND TEST: WINDIES 299; ENGLAND 74-0 AT CLOSE1
England, replying to West Indies’ 299 all out, were 74 without loss at the close on the rain-hit second day of the second Test at the Grenada National Stadium on Wednesday. Scores: WEST INDIES 299 (Marlon Samuels 103, Darren Bravo 35, Denesh Ramdin 31, Devendra Bishoo 30, Jermaine Blackwood 26...Read More >>>
  4/21/2015 || WINDIES 102 FOR 4 AT TEA IN 2ND TEST VS. ENGLAND 0
Middle order batsman Marlon Samuels was leading a valiant effort by West Indies to dig themselves out of a hole against England at tea on the first day of the second test at the National cricket stadium in Grenada on Tuesday. Samuels is unbeaten on 35 and has already put on 28 runs for the 5th wi...Read More >>>
  4/21/2015 || GRENADA RECEIVES HIGH RATINGS FOR CRICKET PREPARAT...0
Sports minister Emmalin Pierre says government is convinced the right decision was made to move other sporting activities around the country, in preparation for next week’s test match between West Indies and England. Grenada has been commended for the level of preparation put into ensuring the ev...Read More >>>
  4/17/2015 || GRENADIANS IN NEW YORK VOICE CONCERN OVER CLOSURE ...1
Scores of Grenadians attended a meeting in New York on Tuesday night to voice their concerns regarding the closure of Grenada’s New York consulate office. The large Grenadian population in New York—estimated at more than 100,000—has had consular services available to them locally since independe...Read More >>>
  4/16/2015 || 5.4 MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE RATTLES TRINIDAD, TOBAGO,...0
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.4 rocked Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday night but there were no immediate reports of damages or injuries. The United States Geological Survey said the quake was also felt in Venezuela and as far north as St Georges in Grenada. It was focused at an epicentre a...Read More >>>
  4/16/2015 || WINDIES NEED 438 FOR VICTORY IN 1ST TEST0
England have set West Indies a massive 438 runs to win the opening Test, after declaring their second innings on 337 for seven, just over half-hour before tea on the penultimate day here Thursday. Gary Ballance converted his lunch time unbeaten 92 into 122 while Jos Buttler smashed an unbeaten 59...Read More >>>
  4/15/2015 || FIRST TEST UPDATE: WINDIES FIGHTING BACK0
West Indies were staging a gutsy fightback against England at stumps on the second day of the first Test at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium here yesterday. Veteran Shiv Chanderpaul and Jermaine Blackwood crafted an unbeaten half-century partnership as the home side fought doggedly to lift th...Read More >>>
  4/15/2015 || GRENADIAN HOTELS BOOKED SOLID FOR CRICKET0
Local hotels and guest houses are reported to be fully booked and anxiously awaiting the thousands of international and regional fans that will begin pouring into Grenada in the next few days. Sports Minister, Hon. Emmalin Pierre, on Tuesday, said the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) has reported ...Read More >>>
  4/14/2015 || MOBILE PHOTO EXHIBITION TO BRING GRENADIANS ‘BACK ...1
For Grenada’s first Heritage Month celebration, the Ministry of Culture and Heritage and the National Museum is collaborating to bring Grenadians ‘back in time’ through a mobile exhibition of photos dating back to the early 18th century. Mr. Thomas Matthew, Chief Cultural Officer at the Ministry ...Read More >>>
  4/14/2015 || GRENADA REACHES RESTRUCTURING AGREEMENT IN PRINCIP...1
The government of Grenada has reached an agreement in principle with the Steering Committee of Grenada Bondholders on the key financial terms that will apply to the forthcoming restructuring of its US and EC Dollar Bonds due 2025. The key financial terms that have been agreed in principle include...Read More >>>
  4/8/2015 || PRESIDENT OBAMA'S VISIT SHOULD IMPROVE REGIONAL RE...4
This week’s visit of US President Barack Obama to Jamaica, and the meeting with heads of state and government of Caribbean Community (CARICOM), should deepen bilateral relations between the US and the region, the White House said on Tuesday. Deputy national security advisor for strategic communic...Read More >>>
  4/3/2015 || JETBLUE OFFICIALS VISIT GRENADA1
There is a mounting excitement within the Diaspora in parts of North America as JetBlue presses ahead with plans to fly the Grenadian skies. News of heightened anticipation overseas is being reported by Elizabeth Ninomiya, JetBlue’s Manager of Corporate Communications for Latin America and the Ca...Read More >>>
  4/3/2015 || CARIBBEAN GOVERNMENTS MUST DEVOTE ONE PERCENT OF G...0
Caribbean governments must devote at least one percent of their gross Domestic Product (GDP) to science and technology for the region to make significant progress in this area. This was one of the recommendations coming out of the second High Level CARICOM Science and Technology meeting which end...Read More >>>
  4/3/2015 || MORE CARIBBEAN LEADERS APPRECIATE LINK BETWEEN TEC...0
Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell says more Caribbean leaders are starting to appreciate the link between science and technology and economic growth. Mitchell is expected to take the recommendations from the just concluded Caribbean Community (CARICOM) technology meeting before the next r...Read More >>>
  3/31/2015 || PLANS FOR INAUGURAL HERITAGE MONTH UNDERWAY0
A travelling photo exhibition through every parish, including Carriacou, is a major highlight of the first Heritage Month, which will be observed in April. Last year, Cabinet approved April as Heritage Month, to coincide with World Heritage Day on April 18. Culture Minister, Sen. Brenda Hood ...Read More >>>
  3/31/2015 || CARIBBEAN COCOA INSPIRES THE WORLD'S CHOCOLATIERS1
The popularity of dark chocolate throughout the world has surpassed just being a flavour of the month. The rapid growth in demand for fine flavour cocoa, primarily used in the sought-after dark chocolate, over the past five years, is set to continue bringing lucrative benefits to the Caribbean’s fin...Read More >>>
  3/24/2015 || YOUTH IN EASTERN CARIBBEAN TO BE TRAINED IN ANIMAT...0
Four hundred young men and women in Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean will be equipped to participate in the global multi-billion dollar mobile application and animation industries. The Caribbean Development Bank, along with partners, will fund training under the Caribbean Animation and Technology ...Read More >>>
  3/9/2015 || COMMONWEALTH DAY 2015: MESSAGE FROM SECRETARY-GENE...0
Inclusiveness and youthfulness are distinctive characteristics of the Commonwealth. It is through freshness of thought, readiness to test new ideas, and openness to new approaches that our worldwide family continues to fulfil its purpose as a great global good. We continue to grow and flourish th...Read More >>>
  3/9/2015 || COMMONWEALTH DAY 2015: MESSAGE FROM HER MAJESTY TH...2
One simple lesson from history is that when people come together to talk, to exchange ideas and to develop common goals, wonderful things can happen. So many of the world's greatest technological and industrial achievements have begun as partnerships between families, countries, and even continents....Read More >>>
  3/1/2015 || GRENADA BECOMES FIFTH COUNTRY TO SIGN VISA WAIVER ...4
The Grenada government announced last week that the island has become only the fifth nation in the world to sign a visa waiver accord with China. "Over the years we have had quite a number of visits from China, but up till now it has been largely higher-level persons on government-to-government b...Read More >>>
  3/1/2015 || TICKETS FOR “WINDIES-ENGLAND” CLASH IN GRENADA GO ...4
Ticket sales for the upcoming cricket match between West Indies and England will start at the end of March in Grenada. The announcement was made by the Minister responsible for Sports Hon. Emmalin Pierre at a recent Post Cabinet Briefing. The Minister advises the public to “be patient as possi...Read More >>>
  3/1/2015 || IMF TEAM CONCLUDES VISIT TO GRENADA0
An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team led by Aliona Cebotari visited Grenada from February 18-26, 2015 to conduct discussions on the second review of Grenada’s IMF-supported program under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The program was approved on June 26, 2014 and the first review completed...Read More >>>
  2/24/2015 || WEST INDIES OPENER SMASHES CRICKET WORLD CUP RECOR...2
West Indies opener Chris Gayle became the first batsman to score a double century in a World Cup innings when he reached the landmark against Zimbabwe in a Pool B clash in Canberra on Tuesday. Gayle, who might have been given out lbw before he had scored, brought up his first double century in 22...Read More >>>
  2/24/2015 || IMF CONDUCTING 2ND REVIEW OF GRENADA'S HOMEGROWN P...5
A delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), led by Ms. Aliona Cebotari, is currently in Grenada conducting the second (2nd) review of Grenada’s Homegrown Structural Programme. This review covers the period July – December 2014 and looks at 2015. Other partners participating in the re...Read More >>>
  2/16/2015 || POLICE REMIND FIREARM HOLDERS TO RENEW LICENSES4
The Royal Grenada Police Force is reminding all licensed firearm holders that the deadline for renewal of firearms has now ended. Persons who have not renewed their licenses as yet are urged to do so now. The RGPF is also reminding the general public persons that it is illegal for anyone to hav...Read More >>>
  2/16/2015 || POLICE RECRUITMENT EXAMS6
The Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) wishes to inform the general public that its recruitment exams will be held on Saturday 21st February, 2015 on mainland Grenada, and Saturday 28th February, 2015 in Carriacou. The exams will begin at 09:00 a.m. sharp and will be conducted at the following loc...Read More >>>
  2/16/2015 || GRENADA AND NEW ZEALAND IN PARTNERSHIP TO EXPLORE ...0
In September 2014, the Governments of Grenada and New Zealand, signed a Geothermal Support Partnership Framework aimed at facilitating the exploration and eventual use of geothermal energy leading to a reduction in Grenada’s carbon footprint and ultimately lower electricity prices. In this regard...Read More >>>
 
  2/12/2015 || GERMANY CONTRIBUTES EC$4.5 MILLION TO GRENADA’S EL...4
Dr. Michael Freudenberg, Deputy Head of Mission of the German Embassy in Port-of-Spain with responsibility for Grenada, made a special visit to Grenada from February 4th to February 9th. Aside participating in various meetings including the Zero-Hunger Pledging Conference and events to celebrate Gre...Read More >>>

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