GRENADA

Commentary: Grenada must get calypso judging right

3 weeks ago Editor 0
By Arley Gill One of the most disappointing aspects from Spicemas 2017, to me, was clearly the quality of the judging of the calypso and soca competitions. I judged calypsos for quite a few years myself; in fact, judging was my first direct involvement with carnival. I was probably the youngest judge in those days. Read More

Spicemas – Grenada Pretty Mas/Fancy Mas 2017

4 weeks ago Editor 0
Grenada carnival, also known as Spicemas, is one of the largest and most popular Caribbean carnivals anywhere in the world, offering a series of events including parties, parades and festivals in the months leading up to the main carnival season in August, which includes all the main features you expect to find at a Caribbean Read More

Threats fly amid Grenada passport controversy

4 weeks ago Editor 0
Image: corpocrat.com By Caribbean News Now contributor ST JOHN’S, Antigua — In response to what it describes as “fake news” in relation to the alleged attempted sale of a Grenada diplomatic passport by one of its managing partners, citizenship consultancy firm Henley & Partners has threatened legal action against a financial compliance consultant and also Read More

U-17 girls set sights on Grenada

4 weeks ago Editor 0
Last update: 27-Aug-2017 2:46 am Sunday, August 27, 2017 Short Menu <!– Other –> Search You are here Published:  Sunday, August 27, 2017 T&T’s U-17 women’s football team before recording a 7-0 win over Curacao in their second group match in the CONCACAF Caribbean Under 17 Women’s World Cup opening round. T&T’s Under-17 Read More

Letter: Is the Grenada government responsible for the increase in rape crimes?

4 weeks ago Editor Comments Off on Letter: Is the Grenada government responsible for the increase in rape crimes?
Dear Sir:Although Grenada can be called “a democracy” it has made no progress when it comes to reforming its criminal justice system. The court system stinks and it’s not dedicated to the protection of children. Why has the moral character of our society deteriorated to such an extent? In this process of moral degeneration in Read More

Water Purifier Global Market 2017 Key Players,Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022

4 weeks ago Editor Comments Off on Water Purifier Global Market 2017 Key Players,Share, Trend, Segmentation and Forecast to 2022
World Water Purifier Market Market Analysis Research Report on “Global Water Purifier Market 2017 Industry Growth, Size, Trends, Share and Forecast to 2022” to their research database. PUNE, INDIA , August 24, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Water Purifier Market Executive Summary  Water Purifier market research report provides the newest industry data and industry future trends, Read More

Commentary: In Grenada 2017 Carnival, jab jab culture dominated, but judges made biased decisions

4 weeks ago Editor Comments Off on Commentary: In Grenada 2017 Carnival, jab jab culture dominated, but judges made biased decisions
By Hudson George Grenada August 2017 carnival ended on a high with large amount of people playing mas’ but the most dominant masqueraders were jab jab in all the parishes. However, there were traditional mas’ such as shortknee, vecou and pretty mas’ as major highlights, but in terms of the groovy soca and the calypso Read More

Citizenship firm denies involvement in Grenada passport allegations

4 weeks ago Editor Comments Off on Citizenship firm denies involvement in Grenada passport allegations
Image: corpocrat.com By Caribbean News Now contributor ST GEORGE’S, Grenada — Attorneys acting for citizenship consultants Henley & Partners have denied that the firm had any knowledge or involvement in an alleged scheme to obtain a diplomatic passport from the government of Grenada for a Ukrainian businessman in exchange for a payment of US$1 million. Read More

Grenada’s ruling party names caretakers ahead of general election

4 weeks ago Editor Comments Off on Grenada’s ruling party names caretakers ahead of general election
The ruling New National Party (NNP) has named caretakers for all fifteen constituencies amid speculation that prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell will announce the date for general elections ahead of the 2018 constitutional deadline. Political observers said the 15 caretakers are expected to be named as candidates in the elections. In the 2013 general election, Read More