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A brighter future for women’s football as GFA promises more competitions and support

The Grenada Football Association (GFA) is looking forward to a bright future for Women’s Football with more support...

Grenada’s Olympics medal prospects go into action

Grenada's brightest medal prospects at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan will all be in action in the coming...

Gill elected Vice President Windward Islands Cricket Board

President of the Grenada Cricket Association (GCA) Dwain Gill is the new vice president of the Windward Islands Cricket Board. He...

Statement from the Grenada Olympic Committee

From reports recently published in the press, it is evident that someone from within the Olympic family,...

James and Peters warm up for Tokyo Olympics

Grenadian athletes are continuing their build-up to the Tokyo Olympic Games, beginning July 23. Grenada's first-ever Olympic Gold...

Football Referee Reon Radix makes history

Grenadian FIFA football referee Reon Radix gets his biggest opportunity in his 11-career! He is the first Grenadian...

REGIONAL

Haiti struggles to bounce back once again

After a 7.2 magnitude quake destroyed thousands of homes and buildings on Saturday in Haiti, its health system...

Green ideas welcome

Teams or individual entrepreneurs with a green business idea or leading an early-stage green enterprise have until August...

Saint Lucia gets new prime minister

Philip Joseph Pierre was sworn in as the 12th Prime Minister of St Lucia since independence in 1979,...

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Carriacou loses her last World War 2 veteran

Ronald Ivan David died in Carriacou on June 04, 2021 at the age of 97.  He was the...

More tickets from Police last public holiday

“I continue to implore upon the public to be compliant and don’t let the heavy arm of the...

Lifeguards make beach in Carriacou safer

The Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs & Local Government, has officially launched its lifeguard coverage...

Primary school libraries reach Carriacou

Harvey Vale and Hillsborough Government Schools officially opened the doors to brand new libraries on Friday April...

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Top athletes in the NBA, baseball and tennis protest police killing

  Top athletes in the NBA, baseball and tennis protest police killing   American newspapers and media in general highlighted protests and boycotts...

The second Grand Slam Tennis Tournament serves off Monday in NY

The US Open, the second Grand Slam tennis Tournament of the year, serves off Monday in New York and will be played...

Imported chicken wings test positive

News from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) state that routine screenings of chicken wings showed that they were contaminated with the new...
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Crime

RGPF explains drug theft from police station

The recent stealing of an undisclosed quantity of Cannabis from the Sauteurs Police Station has forced the Royal...

Police charge Willis man following severed lip of another resident

A charge of Grievous Harm was laid on a 40-year-old Security Guard of New Hampshire, St George,...

Political activist charged

Another charge this time of assault on a Police Officer was added after the arrest of Local talk show host Kem...

Couple that breached quarantine fined and released

A fine of EC$5,000 each was paid forthwith on Wednesday by the visiting medical doctor and his wife, who were charged...

business

RBTT now ACB Grenada Bank

Tuesday April 06, 2021 saw the first day of business at ACB Caribbean, formerly the Royal Bank...

Monopoly under scrutiny

The 44-year old agreement that established Caribbean Agro Industries Ltd in Grenada will be among the topics under discussion when company...

Designs completed for Grenville Commercial Project

As government awaits commencement of a major flood mitigation study on Grenville, Grand Anse and Saint George’s, designs for the Grenville...

Business as usual is not possible

With the festive season upon us, the Ministry of Health is inundated with requests for permission to hold social events, some...

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Religious

Jehovah’s Witnesses’ year without knocking on doors

It’s been one year since Jehovah’s Witnesses worldwide adjusted their hallmark methods of sharing comfort and hope...

Good governance and sustainability

  “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.” - Proverbs 3:5 The...

Grenada Conference of SDA presents virtual Good News Gospel Explosion

The Grenada Conference of Seventh-day Adventists is inviting Grenadians to join in, on its Good News Gospel Explosion with renowned Evangelist...

The Season of Lent

Wednesday February 17 saw members of the congregation in some churches attending services to receive the sign...

Freedom and Independence

John Adams, First Vice President of the United States once said regarding the independence of his country:“I am apt to believe that...

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Sarah is glad to be alive

After being knocked down in a vehicular accident on Monday November 16, she is ‘back on the ball’ again. In the...

A young British judge with Grenadian roots

He will celebrate his 33rd birthday on Monday (October 19); but, until then Jason Raeburn can glow in the head line “32-year-old...

Seeking signatures on “destructive development”

The Grenada Land Actors Platform continues to push for public involvement and greater transparency as three major hotel projects advance amidst concerns...

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