GRENADA

Take the plunge and explore the stunning Caribbean island of Grenada

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Take the plunge and explore the stunning Caribbean island of Grenada
The giant Caribbean spiny lobster, all legs and antennae, waggled its feelers like some kind of extra from Aliens. I backed up – into the path of a moray eel, baring razor-sharp teeth. Then dive leader Tommy held out his hand to me – in it was a spidery arrow crab, which crawled over his Read More

IDA Earmarks USD65 Million for Grenada

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on IDA Earmarks USD65 Million for Grenada
Grenada stands to receive more than USD60 million over a 3 year period from the International Development Agency (IDA) funds available for Small States to address climate change, natural disasters, energy and other areas. That level of support for Grenada was highlighted during a recent meeting between World Bank President Dr Kim Jim, Prime Minister Read More

Grenada PM walks back foreign minister’s ‘inappropriate’ comments on Venezuela

7 months ago Editor Comments Off on Grenada PM walks back foreign minister’s ‘inappropriate’ comments on Venezuela
Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell By Caribbean News Now contributor ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell confirmed during a post cabinet news briefing on Thursday that foreign affairs minister Elvin Nimrod has admitted to inappropriate language during a recent public comment on Grenada’s relationship with Venezuela. Addressing a function to celebrate longstanding Read More

Grenada court rules against liquidator

8 months ago Editor Comments Off on Grenada court rules against liquidator
By Rush TV contributor ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — By way of judgment dated April 13, 2017, in the matter of Bank Crozier Limited (in liquidation) and RBTT Bank Grenada Limited, Madame Justice Gilford ruled that: 1. The claim is struck out for failure to comply with the order of the Master. Read More

German sailor found dead on drifting yacht off Grenada

8 months ago Editor Comments Off on German sailor found dead on drifting yacht off Grenada
The police in Grenada have announced that the decomposing body of a sailor found on a yacht is believed to be German national, Bernd Ludwig Ottogottel The capital of Grenada, St George’s. Credit: Julien Mitchell/Wikimedia Commons Police in Grenada have confirmed that the decomposing body of a German sailor has been found on a yacht drifting Read More

Learn About LGBTQ Rights in Grenada

8 months ago Editor Comments Off on Learn About LGBTQ Rights in Grenada
April 12, 2017 at 4:00 pm culture Activist Nigel Mathlin speaks about the struggle for equality in the island nation. By Steve Fisher Photo by Nigel Mathlin. In order to gauge the progress of LGBTQ equality rights in Canada, it’s important to be aware of equality struggles worldwide, including areas such as Uganda and Jamaica. Read More

Grenada a buzz following inaugural Grenada Invitational

8 months ago Editor Comments Off on Grenada a buzz following inaugural Grenada Invitational
Everyone’s buzzing about Grenada. That’s the feedback the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) has been receiving from our international partners following the hosting of the historic inaugural Grenada Invitational. The live broadcast of the Invitational was estimated to reach 90 million homes worldwide via ESPN2. During that time, viewers were treated to gorgeous visual presentations of Read More

T&T will warm up for USA and Costa Rica WCQs with Grenada friendly in St George’s

8 months ago Editor Comments Off on T&T will warm up for USA and Costa Rica WCQs with Grenada friendly in St George’s
The Trinidad and Tobago National Senior Team will continue their World Cup qualifying preparations later this month with an international friendly away to Grenada on 29 April in St George’s. The fixture is the only confirmed outing for the Soca Warriors before vital qualifiers away to the United States and Costa Rica on 8 and Read More

Grenada playwright to visit New York

8 months ago Editor Comments Off on Grenada playwright to visit New York
By Caribbean News Now contributor NEW YORK, USA — Grenada’s most famous playwright Francis Urias Peters, who studied at the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts, will be in New York on Saturday, April 8, at 6:00 pm, at the Tropical Reflection Ballroom for a fifth annual Spring Gala fundraising event, where he Read More

Letter: Grenada: A country in crisis

9 months ago Editor Comments Off on Letter: Grenada: A country in crisis
Dear Sir:Grenada is a country in crisis under Prime Minister Keith C. Mitchell and his government. Everything he aims at is wrong and evil. There is more vindictiveness, division, rudeness and pure lack of grace from this government and the NNP political party. Their priorities are messed up, they have gone insane, and this is Read More