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Grenada: Police make breakthrough in 2016 market square shooting
– A St. Vincent and the Grenadians national has been remanded into custody more than two years after he is alleged to gone to the St. George’s Market here and began shooting indiscriminately, injuring at least three people.
Team Grenada welcomes two new cruise ships on the same day
Pure Grenada welcomed inaugural calls from Celebrity Reflection and MSC Preziosa. Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean welcomed inaugural cruise ship calls from the Celebrity Reflection and MSC Preziosa both bringing more than 5,000 passengers to the destination. Passengers were greeted with blu
Grenada: Government rejects new gratuity proposal
(CMC) – The Government t has disclosed that representatives from Unions and staff association negotiating on a gratuity formula for retiring public officers have not presented a new proposal as requested but instead, resubmitted the same proposal of 25 per cent.
Grenada PM: There Should Be No Escape For Criminals Destabilising The Society
Grenada’s Prime Minister, Doctor Kith Mitchell, has called here for greater unity in improving security across the region, CMC has reported. Mitchell was addressing the 40th annual convention of the ruling United Workers Party (UWP) in Vieux-Fort over the last weekend, according to CMC.
Five Officers Under Investigation in Grenada
GRENADA, MS (Ben Caxton) — Five Grenada police officers are on administrative leave following the death of a man they were taking to the county jail. Last week Grenada police officers responded last week to a report of a disturbance and arrested 26-year-old Robert Loggins, who later died in custody.
Grenada PM calls for easier intra-Caribbean travel
CASTRIES – Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has called on Caribbean countries to make sincere efforts to encourage easier intra-regional travel and do away with the heavy taxes that discourage free movement of the region’s population.
Advancing disaster risk finance in Grenada
The objective of this report is to make recommendations for the Government of Grenada (GoG) for the formulation of a country-specific comprehensive disaster risk finance (DRF) strategy, based on the assessment of the legislative, financial management, fiscal, and insurance market environment in Gren
Rich Indians eye Carribean Grenada as wait for US investor visa gets longer
Grenada is the new bolt hole for wealthy Indians seeking to get US residency. The queue of Indians seeking US green cards via the EB investors’ visa has lengthened in the last three years, but so have the delays. Indians have begun seeking passports from the Caribbean island of Grenada as a way to f
Windward Islands U-15 Cricket: Tournament Continues Today
MATCHES continue today at the Gros Islet playing field and the Mindoo Phillip Park in the 2018 Windward Islands Under-15 cricket tournament sponsored by Winlot. At the MPP, Grenada plays Saint Vincent and the Grenadines and host Saint Lucia will be up Saint Dominica at the Gros Islet playing field.
Commentary: Grenada needs a new political party to end the oppression
Grenada’s ruling New National Party (NNP) government deducted money from striking public workers salary. The vast majority of these workers are black Grenadian women and some them are single mothers, plus they have extended families to support based on our society family structure inherited from our
Grenada gets new luxury resort
Silversands Grenada last month officially opened in St. George's, Grenada, where owner Naguib Sawiris reportedly invested more than $125 million to build the resort, which has 43 suites and nine villas.
Four countries to benefit from regional Rainwater Harvesting Project
Grenada, Haiti, Jamaica, and S Lucia have been earmarked for the installation of rainwater harvesting systems to strengthen their climate resilience through the management of water challenges.
WINDWARD ISLANDS U-15 CRICKET: 10 New Faces In Saint Lucia Squad When Tourney Bowls Off Monday
IT was standing room only at the Department of Youth Development and Sports office located on Micoud Street in Castries Wednesday morning, as Saint Lucia’s 13 member team was introduced to the local media and parents.
Monohull line honours and new race record for My Song in 2018 RORC Transatlantic Race to Grenada
ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Pier Luigi Loro Piana’s Supermaxi My Song finished the 2018 RORC Transatlantic Race to Grenada on Tuesday, taking Monohull Line Honours. The Baltic 130 owned by Pier Luigi Loro Piana, a member of the International Maxi Association (IMA), has also set a new Monohull Race Record
Grenada welcomes Silversands Hotel
Silversands Grenada is open. The luxury hotel brand was officially opened on Thursday, November 22 with a reception hosted by the owner, Naguib Sawiris, who has invested over US$125 million dollars to build the intimate luxury resort.
Grenada Has a Major New Luxury Hotel: Silversands
In what is easily the most important luxury hotel opening in Grenada in decades, the island has officially welcomed the new Silversands Grenada boutique hotel. The $125 million Silversands Grenada, which is already a member of Leading Hotels of the World, welcomed its first guests this week, with a
3 charged after Mississippi man's body is found in well
GRENADA, Miss. — Three people in Mississippi are charged with capital murder after a man's body was found in a well.
Maserati victorious in 2018 RORC Transatlantic Race to Grenada
ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — After an intense 3,000 mile battle across the Atlantic from Marina Lanzarote to Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in Grenada, Giovanni Soldini’s Maserati Multi 70 took Multihull Line Honours in the 2018 RORC Transatlantic Race in an elapsed time of 6 days, 18 hours, 54 min
Grenada Man Dies in Custody After Arrest
GRENADA, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Mississippi Bureau of Investigations is now trying to find out what happened to a man who died in custody after being arrested by Grenada Police. 26-year-old Robert Loggins was picked up after police responded to a disturbance call on West Govan Street last Thursday an
Grenada Invasion: History and Significance
On October 25, 1983, nearly 2,000 United States Marines led an invasion of the Caribbean island nation of Grenada. Given the codename "Operation Urgent Fury," the invasion was ordered by U.S. President Ronald Reagan to counter threats by Grenada’s Marxist governments to nearly 1,000 American nationa