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5th July 2022

  

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PM INTENDS TO PROBE THE OIL AND GAS DEAL

The issue of Grenada oil and gas remains one that evokes interests and now it’s one that prime minister Dickon Mitchell intend to probe...

GUT PRESIDENT EXCITED WITH PM ANNOUNCEMENT

President of the Grenada Union of teachers Jude Bartholomew says that his union and its members are overjoyed with the announcement made by Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell on...

FREE EDUCATION FROM SEPTEMBER

The National Democratic Congress led government is living up to another major promise made to the Grenadian people and in particular the nation’s youth. Free education is well on...

THE DIPLOMATIC ISSUE

Talks circulating are that Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell will recall all diplomats and review diplomatic appointments in the coming weeks. One ambassador has already publicly...
FREE EDUCATION FROM SEPTEMBER

FREE EDUCATION FROM SEPTEMBER

The National Democratic Congress led government is living up to another major promise made to the Grenadian people and in particular the nation’s youth. Free education is well on its way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-vYSWh-Sdg  

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THE DIPLOMATIC ISSUE

THE DIPLOMATIC ISSUE

Talks circulating are that Prime Minister Dickon Mitchell will recall all diplomats and review diplomatic appointments in the coming weeks. One ambassador has already publicly announced the tendering of her resignation letter to the new prime minister....

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NEW GOVERNMENT

NEW GOVERNMENT

A New cabinet of ministers were sworn into office on Thursday, before a audience of Grenadians gathered at the Krani James Athletic Stadium. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMLCRVFysGE  

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Sports

CARRIACOU REGATTA IS BACK

CARRIACOU REGATTA IS BACK

After two years, the regatta festival in Carriacou is back as organizers are encouraging sailors to get ready for July 2022 as this year’s festival will be one to remember. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbQ157o5h7o

Tourism

Royal Visit Cancelled

Royal Visit Cancelled

A royal visit to Grenada is no more, at least for now as news of a cancellation broke on Thursday morning. This is as prince Edward and Sophie Wessex cancel part of the Caribbean royal tour with Grenada being removed from the itinerary.

GRENADA ON PRIME TIME

Grenada will be featured for the first time on prime time TV as part of a popular vacation series with Jane McDonald.

SANDALS WEDDING WORKSHOP

SANDALS WEDDING WORKSHOP

Sandals La Source Grenada is making moves to attract more visitors to the island who are seeking the perfect wedding destination in the Caribbean.

SUMMER SEASON PROJECTIONS

SUMMER SEASON PROJECTIONS

Taking full advantage of the marketing potential of hosting the third test match between West Indies, the prospects for the summer tourism season remain hopeful for tourism officials. However, one of the top tourism officials recently told the media that it is...

Business

GRENLEC MATTER SETTLED

GRENLEC MATTER SETTLED

A resolution was reached between GRENLEC and the Technical and Allied Workers’ Union. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHhT_xlHs5k

WINNING BIG WITH CLARKES COURT PROMOTION

WINNING BIG WITH CLARKES COURT PROMOTION

Grenada distillers launched its carnival promotion on Friday The promotion gives dozens of people the opportunity to win cash and other prizes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf5VBtUzP7Q  

Agriculture

MARIJUANA BILL TO BE REINTRODUCED

MARIJUANA BILL TO BE REINTRODUCED

The New National party is promising that if elected back into office the bill as it relates to the decriminalization of marijuana will be reintroduced to Parliament. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeejqjjmoTU

PROTECTIVE CULTIVATION SYSTEMS

PROTECTIVE CULTIVATION SYSTEMS

Integrated pest management under protected cultivation systems. Recognizing the impacts climate change continues to have on agriculture, the food and agriculture organization facilitated a workshop this past week at the national stadium....

SLAUGHTERING PREGNANT ANIMAL

SLAUGHTERING PREGNANT ANIMAL

This story will be considered by some as cruel to animals as such viewer discretion is advised. The slaughtering of animals has come into question, as images surfaced of an unborn calf pulled from its mother's womb so that the adult can be slaughtered....

FARM LABOUR CHALLENGE

FARM LABOUR CHALLENGE

Farmers say one of their biggest challenges in the agriculture industry is finding proper and stable farm labour as workers prefer government’s de-bushing program. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xErjPTprHvM  

Politics

NEW GOVERNMENT

NEW GOVERNMENT

A New cabinet of ministers were sworn into office on Thursday, before a audience of Grenadians gathered at the Krani James Athletic Stadium. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMLCRVFysGE  

FAILED ATTEMPTS TO POSTPONE ELECTIONS

FAILED ATTEMPTS TO POSTPONE ELECTIONS

One of the injunction applications brought before the High Court hours before the General elections was filed in the name of John Rullow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_doVzYJQjQw

PICKING APART GENERAL ELECTIONS

PICKING APART GENERAL ELECTIONS

General elections dust is now settled and all eyes are now focused on the soon-to-be sworn-in ministers of government. Political analysts are now picking apart the campaign leading up to general elections and the victory at the polls on June 23rd....

WE WILL RISE ABOVE THE ASHES

WE WILL RISE ABOVE THE ASHES

Political leader of the New National Party, Dr. Keith Mitchell says despite their defeat in the June 23rd general elections, his party is committed in playing its part in parliament towards nation-building as they reflect on where they have gone wrong in the eyes of...

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