Grenada is awaiting test results from the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) to determine whether or not there are new variants of COVID-19 on island.
The samples sent to CARPHA are from the two imported cases, one of which remains in quarantine.
Since the first confirmed case in March 2020, ...Read More >>>
Members of the Lower House on Wednesday passed an amendment to the Police Act CAP.244 which will empower the Commissioner of Police to appoint police officers of or below the rank of police sergeant.
The Police Amendment Bill, 2021, presented by Prime Minister and Minister for National Security, Dr...Read More >>>
Friday’s meeting of the OECS Authority was held on the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Basseterre, the instrument outlining the principles on which the OECS is founded.
“Onward with integration for progress and sustainability” is the theme under which the organization is observing ...Read More >>>
The Government of Grenada has recorded a victory in a court case brought against it by Assistant Superintendent of Police, Senneth Martin Joseph.
Joseph claimed that he should have been promoted to the office of Superintendent during the period 2013-2018 but the court found that his claim could not...Read More >>>
The Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating a Grenadian, who recently breached the country’s entry protocols.
A RGPF press release issued Tuesday, identifies Jimmy Braveboy, as the person of interest.
Braveboy, a Grenadian national ...Read More >>>
On March 3, 2021, Grenada‘s Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Her Excellency Ms. Keisha A. McGuire, and her Rwandan counterpart, Her Excellency Ms. Valentine Rugwabiza, executed a Joint Communiqué establishing diplomatic relations between the Governments of Grenada and t...Read More >>>
More than 1,200 frontline workers have been vaccinated since Grenada launched its National Vaccination Programme on February 12.
The first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine was received by Prime Minister Dr. Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell, in a public show of support for the programme.
During the first wee...Read More >>>
Health and Social Security Minister, Honourable Nickolas Steele, said Grenada is exploring options to procure additional vaccines, as the country’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
The measures are being taken even as Grenada has recorded no active COVID-19 cases on island, in the las...Read More >>>
Representatives of the Government’s Negotiating Team and the Grenada Union of Teachers have agreed to jointly review Government’s fiscal position at the end of March, to determine its ability to pay the 4% salary increase which is due for 2021.
Agreement on this was reached Friday when the two side...Read More >>>
COVID-19 has, without question, significantly disrupted life as we know it and Government has had to bear the brunt of the impact. In the blink of an eye, Government had to take immediate, emergency policy action to provide support to households and businesses, which involved significant unplanned e...Read More >>>
The National Disaster Management Agency’s (NaDMA) assessment teams are on the ground in Middle River, Gouyave Estate, St. John, conducting initial damage assessment after Thursday’s boulder slippage incident, which resulted in the damage to two residential homes in the area.
The assessment is led b...Read More >>>
The Ministry of Health announces that Grenada has recorded one new case of COVID-19, bringing our current total of active cases to four (4).
The new case is imported: a 48- year old female, who arrived in Grenada from the United States, and proceeded directly to quarantine, where she was later diag...Read More >>>
Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell has affirmed the correctness and legality of Government’s buyback of majority shares in GRENLEC.
Posed with a question about the legality of the action during a live interview Thursday, Dr. Mitchell said Government did not break any laws in co...Read More >>>
Prime Minister and Minister of National security, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell has identified a need to get tougher with the enforcement of COVID-19 protocols.
Dr. Mitchell’s comment comes against the backdrop of persons and businesses not fully implementing or complying with the recomme...Read More >>>
We recommend that one shouldn’t believe all the hype and hysteria they hear surrounding the recent outbreak of Covid-19 cases (alleged) involving the Sandals Resort in southern Grenada. We say this with firsthand knowledge since we were at the Sandals Resort and were also one of the nine guests that...Read More >>>
The nightly curfew in Grenada will continue for another week. This decision was taken at Monday’s Cabinet meeting.
The 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. curfew is intended to limit the level of nighttime movement and social activities as the country seeks to manage the potential spread of COVID-19.
Prime Min...Read More >>>