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March 13, 2019

Grenada

Tevin Andrews: What is Grenada’s debt to China?

Source: The New Today Tevin Andrews, who called on the Keith Mitchell government to reveal country’s debt to China The Keith Mitchell-led government in St. George’s is being called… Link: Tevin Andrews: What is Grenada’s debt to China?

Football colonialism in the Caribbean Football Union Region?

Source: The New Today BY MARCIA  BRAVEBOY For too long FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) has been the beginning and end of football jurisprudence in the smaller Caribbean… Link: Football colonialism in the Caribbean Football Union Region?

We Are ‘Uniquely Rooted’

Source: The New Today In April 2011, Colin Dowe, then Chairman of the newly formed Spicemas Corporation announced that year’s Carnival theme as: “Uniquely rooted in our rich ancestral… Link: We Are ‘Uniquely Rooted’

The Revolution: Legacy and Footprints

Source: The New Today Before we address the legacy and footprints of the Revolution, there is a story to be told. The old admonition that, “after joy cometh sorrow”… Link: The Revolution: Legacy and Footprints

Former national tennis player expresses concern

Source: The New Today “I want to see people who have tennis at their heart get involved for the development of not just themselves or their children but for… Link: Former national tennis player expresses concern

The Devon Smith Players Pavilion

Source: The New Today The main players pavilion at the Grenada National Cricket Stadium was last week Wednesday named in honour of Devon Smith, in recognition for his many… Link: The Devon Smith Players Pavilion

A proud moment!!!

Source: The New Today It was a well deserved and historic victory last Friday night for Mr. Killa in the International Power Soca competition in Trinidad & Tobago. It… Link: A proud moment!!!

Congrats from all around!!!!

Source: The New Today Prime Minister, Dr. Keith Mitchell has led Grenadians in congratulating Gouyave resident, Mr. Killa for his tremendous feat in becoming the first Trinidad non-national to… Link: Congrats from all around!!!!

Grenfin tops at National Swimming Championship

Source: The New Today It was 6 days of intense competition at the Good Hope Swimming Pool where over 100 swimmers competed in the 2019 GASA POWERADE National Swimming… Link: Grenfin tops at National Swimming Championship

Delay in De Bourg’s Appeal

Source: The New Today A review of the Finton De Bourg trial has left a bitter taste in the mouth of his newly appointed attorney, Jerry Edwin who is… Link: Delay in De Bourg’s Appeal

Oleg Khomenko – the rich Ukranian investor

Source: The New Today A multi-millionaire from Ukraine is threatening to change the physical landscape in the well-to-do area of True Blue in southern Grenada with four massive construction… Link: Oleg Khomenko – the rich Ukranian investor

TWO STABBED ON THE WEEKEND

Source: The New Today The Spice Isle was rocked by two stabbing incidents last weekend with one resulting in the death of a 35-year-old painter from La Mode in… Link: TWO STABBED ON THE WEEKEND

TRAINING IN IDENTIFYING SIGNS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Source: The New Today Government and non-state actors in Grenada who are stakeholders in anti-human trafficking efforts, are being exposed to training over the next two days which is… Link: TRAINING IN IDENTIFYING SIGNS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Ten Compelling Reasons to Make a Will

Source: The New Today (1).To give funeral directions; (2).Your personal representative can exercise authority immediately upon your death and not have to wait until the High Court issues a… Link: Ten Compelling Reasons to Make a Will

Maduro crossed the line!!!

Source: The New Today The news that a U.S media outfit was detained in Venezuela on Monday during an interview with the country’s President Nicolas Maduro is rather unfortunate.… Link: Maduro crossed the line!!!

Celebrated Chess Grandmaster Visits Grenada

Source: The New Today Chess enthusiasts in Grenada will have an historic opportunity this week to play celebrated British Grandmaster Nigel Short MBE in an exhibition match. Nigel Short… Link: Celebrated Chess Grandmaster Visits Grenada

So-called “China’s Debt Trap” is confusing right and wrong

Source: The New Today Recently, some western politicians and media are hyping up the so-called “China’s debt trap”, claiming that China, through providing a large amount of loans to… Link: So-called “China’s Debt Trap” is confusing right and wrong

Local water places 3rd in international competition

Source: The New Today Mount Pure Natural Mineral Water has been awarded bronze/3rd place out of more than 112 water companies around the world, in the ‘Stilled’ category for… Link: Local water places 3rd in international competition

Donation from Maria Holder Memorial Trust

Source: The New Today Since 2010 Grenada’s infant mortality rate has been sharply rising and hospital officials are hopeful that new equipment donated for neonatal care can turn things… Link: Donation from Maria Holder Memorial Trust

Maduro – A Cuban plant in Caracas

Source: The New Today I read Sir Ronald Sanders commentary with some amusement, because he has actually helped damn Maduro in his analysis. Nicolás Maduro was raised as a… Link: Maduro – A Cuban plant in Caracas

The victim label

Source: The New Today I arrived on the island of Grenada in January 1979, just in time for their first revolution. Maurice Bishop brought the Cubans and communism to… Link: The victim label

PWU battle heats up

Source: The New Today The election battle is heating up for control of Grenada’s largest public sector union – the Public Workers Union (PWU). The outgoing Public Relations Officer… Link: PWU battle heats up

De Bourg Bail hearing set for March 19

Source: The New Today Imprisoned businessman Finton De Bourg will have to wait another two weeks to get a hearing before the Court of Appeal on his bid to… Link: De Bourg Bail hearing set for March 19

Hoteliers express sadness on passing of Lawrence Lambert

Source: The New Today It was with a deep sense of sadness that the Board of Directors and Members of the Grenada Hotel & Tourism Association (GHTA) learnt on… Link: Hoteliers express sadness on passing of Lawrence Lambert

Elected officials should not be dual nationals

Source: The New Today The law is the law and it is binding on all who dwell or visit within its jurisdiction. The law is particularly binding on those… Link: Elected officials should not be dual nationals

Grenada to be represented at African Conference

Source: The New Today Director of Legal Aid and Counselling Clinic, and Chairman of the Caribbean Male Action Network (CariMAN), Tyrone Buckmire, will this weekend travel to Mozambique to… Link: Grenada to be represented at African Conference

An experience with Caribbean Airlines!!!

Source: The New Today I would appreciate it if you could publish this ‘open’ letter to sensitise Caribbean Airlines (CA) staff as well as passengers regarding this airline’s treatment… Link: An experience with Caribbean Airlines!!!

Serious business and not “ole talk”

Source: The New Today The month of March is very crucial for the trade union movement in Grenada as two of the most influential public sector unions on the… Link: Serious business and not “ole talk”

Twum-Barimah demits office as Supreme Court Registrar

Source: The New Today An official announcement has not been made but information reaching THE NEW TODAY newspaper is that Alana Twun-Barimah, who has taken a leave of absence… Link: Twum-Barimah demits office as Supreme Court Registrar

Cheney Joseph back as GFA President

Source: The New Today After weeks of being provisionally dismissed, Cheney Joseph has been reinstated as the President of the Grenada Football Association (GFA). According to 2nd Vice President… Link: Cheney Joseph back as GFA President

Minding Your Legal Business V: Legal Fees

Source: The New Today Did you know that most legal services provided by attorneys-at-law are subject to a fee to be calculated based on a scale of fees agreed… Link: Minding Your Legal Business V: Legal Fees

Footballer dies on field of play

Source: The New Today A local footballer has succumbed to a heart attack that he suffered on the field of play. Jason Calliste – died from a heart attack… Link: Footballer dies on field of play

Ideas for National Sustainable Development Plan

Source: The New Today The National Sustainable Development Plan 1935 is a concept I fully endorse. That such a written document be developed by all sectors of the population… Link: Ideas for National Sustainable Development Plan

Open letter to Ruggles Ferguson!!!

Source: The New Today Dear Mr. Ferguson, I have noted your announcement on the News of Monday 18th February, the launching of three months of Celebration of the Fortieth… Link: Open letter to Ruggles Ferguson!!!

Brian Grimes hopes to become new PWU President

Source: The New Today The incumbent President of the Public Workers Union (PWU), Rachael Roberts will be challenged for her position at next month election by her own Public… Link: Brian Grimes hopes to become new PWU President

Cricket stand to be named after Devon Smith

Source: The New Today A stand at the national Cricket Stadium will soon be named after renowned West Indies and Grenadian cricketer Devon Smith, who hails from Hermitage, St.… Link: Cricket stand to be named after Devon Smith

CAJETON HOOD: NNP Engaging in “Excesses” in Office

Source: The New Today A local attorney-at-law who once served as Attorney General under the Keith Mitchell-led New National Party (NNP) government, has now accused the regime of engaging… Link: CAJETON HOOD: NNP Engaging in “Excesses” in Office

Grenadian Volunteer Gets Commonwealth Points of Light Award

Source: The New Today Grenadian KizzyAnn Abraham has received the 88th Commonwealth Point of Light in honour of her exceptional voluntary service raising sexual health awareness. KizzyAnn Abraham is… Link: Grenadian Volunteer Gets Commonwealth Points of Light Award

PM MITCHELL: 45 YEARS – A SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE

Source: The New Today “February 7th, 1974 will be forever etched in our memory as the birth of this independent nation. That struggle for liberation from colonial powers united… Link: PM MITCHELL: 45 YEARS – A SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE

CCJ sets date for David Bain matter

Source: The New Today The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has set May 7 as the date to hear arguments touching and concerning several novel preliminary issues arising in… Link: CCJ sets date for David Bain matter

Are GBN & One Caribbean Media betraying the free media?

Source: The New Today by Ray Roberts GBN’s Flagship program “Beyond The Headlines” now has a charming young lady as its host in the person of Government Senator, The… Link: Are GBN & One Caribbean Media betraying the free media?

Integrity Commission taken to court

Source: The New Today THE NEW TODAY has seen the case files of the lawsuit brought by former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the state-owned Marketing & National Importing… Link: Integrity Commission taken to court

TEACHER TAKES COURT ACTION AGAINST GOVERNMENT

Source: The New Today A female teacher of St. Joseph’s Convent, St. George’s is taking the Keith Mitchell-led government to court for docking her salary following protest action taken… Link: TEACHER TAKES COURT ACTION AGAINST GOVERNMENT

Chapel instituted at General Hospital

Source: The New Today Government has taken a step forward to give a spiritual touch to medical care at the St. George’s General hospital with the commissioning of a… Link: Chapel instituted at General Hospital

Salary increases for Spice Island Beach Resort Workers

Source: The New Today The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers Union (GTAWU) and the Spice Island Beach Resort have signed onto a collective agreement for the period January 1,… Link: Salary increases for Spice Island Beach Resort Workers

Public inquiry please!!!

Source: The New Today THE NEW TODAY is not surprised at the decision by former Chief Executive Officer of the Marketing & National Importing Board (MNIB), Ruel Edwards to… Link: Public inquiry please!!!

Good Governance & Transfer of Public Officers

Source: The New Today The appointment of public officers comes with a proviso that they may be transferred at any time to an equivalent post within the service. Even… Link: Good Governance & Transfer of Public Officers

WIFE DISCONTINUES RAPE CHARGE AGAINST HUSBAND

Source: The New Today The St. George’s No. 1 Magistrate’s Court has discontinued a Rape charge brought against a 26-year-old St. David’s resident by his American wife of 19… Link: WIFE DISCONTINUES RAPE CHARGE AGAINST HUSBAND

45 Years: Are We Independent?

Source: The New Today On February 7th 1974, in the dark of night, our nation’s flag was foisted. The darkness was literal because of a black out and figurative… Link: 45 Years: Are We Independent?

PAPER COMMITTAL FOR MURDER ACCUSED

Source: The New Today Police Prosecutors will no longer be engaged in a Preliminary Inquiry into the case brought against 30-year-old Beausejour, St. George resident, Nyron Parris, who is… Link: PAPER COMMITTAL FOR MURDER ACCUSED

Samuel Andrew explains NNP resignation

Source: The New Today Several days ago, I informed the Chairman of the New National Party of my decision to resign from the Party. Since actions of this kind… Link: Samuel Andrew explains NNP resignation

NEW CHAIRMAN FOR CO-OP BANK

Source: The New Today At its meeting of January 29th, 2019, the Board of Directors of Co-op Bank elected, Darryl Brathwaite as its new Chairman. Brathwaite has replaced Ambrose… Link: NEW CHAIRMAN FOR CO-OP BANK

GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO FLIRT WITH THE CONSTITUTION

Source: The New Today As a concerned public officer, I continue to follow the developments between public officers and the Government and to examine the laws which inform the… Link: GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO FLIRT WITH THE CONSTITUTION

BAN ON IMPORTATION OF SINGLE USE PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS

Source: The New Today The Ministry of Climate Resilience, the Environment, Forestry, Fisheries, Disaster Management and Information hereby informs the general public that as of 1st February 2019, the… Link: BAN ON IMPORTATION OF SINGLE USE PLASTIC SHOPPING BAGS

McQueen pleads guilty to gun charge

Source: The New Today 20-year-old Hakim Mc Queen who has been charged in connection with a shooting incident in May 2018, pleaded guilty on Monday to one (1) count… Link: McQueen pleads guilty to gun charge

Investment in upcoming cricket at stadium

Source: The New Today Minister of Culture and Sports, Senator Norland Cox has stopped short of giving a direct figure on what the island’s government is paying to host… Link: Investment in upcoming cricket at stadium

REYNOLD BENJAMIN TRIAL COMMENCES

Source: The New Today After a short delay of approximately two (2) weeks, the much-anticipated Reynold Benjamin fraud trial finally got under way on Monday, before female High Court… Link: REYNOLD BENJAMIN TRIAL COMMENCES

$400, 000 of Cocaine and Ganja Seized

Source: The New Today Police continue to battle against illegal drug pushers in the country with a recent haul of over $EC 400, 000.00 worth of cocaine and marijuana… Link: 0, 000 of Cocaine and Ganja Seized

National Health Insurance Logo revealed

Source: The New Today The National Health Insurance Secretariat (NHIS) now has its own logo as the state-financed body moves ahead with plans to implement a National Health Insurance… Link: National Health Insurance Logo revealed

Michael Pierre heads Education Review Committee

Source: The New Today Speaker of the House of Representatives, Michael Pierre has been selected by government to chair an Education Review Committee that will serve as a watchdog… Link: Michael Pierre heads Education Review Committee

Republic Bank and BGWU sign agreement for workers

Source: The New Today After two years of intensive negotiations, the Bank and General Workers Union (BGWU) and Republic Bank Grenada have finally signed onto a collective agreement that… Link: Republic Bank and BGWU sign agreement for workers

IAC holds inaugural Regional Consultation in Grenada

Source: The New Today The region’s leading insurance executives converged as one, for an early morning breakfast meeting in Grenada under the banner of the Insurance Association of the… Link: IAC holds inaugural Regional Consultation in Grenada

CANADIANS FINED EC$400, 000 FOR TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE

Source: The New Today The St. George’s No.2 Magistrate’s Court on Monday imposed a fine in a combined sum of EC$400, 000.00, on two (2) Canadian nationals for the… Link: CANADIANS FINED EC0, 000 FOR TRAFFICKING IN COCAINE

ROAD 2 KAYAK MAS not a competing event

Source: The New Today It has been drawn to our attention that certain individuals have found it necessary to reach out to Carriacou Carnival Committee members complaining to them… Link: ROAD 2 KAYAK MAS not a competing event

ATTORNEY GILL: MY TRACK RECORD SPEAKS

Source: The New Today Attorney-at-law Arley Gill, the Grenada government’s choice to replace Dr. Patrick Antoine as the country’s Ambassador to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has said that his… Link: ATTORNEY GILL: MY TRACK RECORD SPEAKS

20-YEAR OLD ON SEX CHARGES

Source: The New Today Attorney calls for changes to criminal procedure law Carl Williams – is facing indictable sex charges Attorney-at-Law Jerry Edwin is calling for a change in… Link: 20-YEAR OLD ON SEX CHARGES

Ministry of Health monitors Dengue

Source: The New Today With the upsurge of Dengue cases in certain islands around the region, the Ministry of Health is encouraging persons to get rid of or avoid… Link: Ministry of Health monitors Dengue

NDC & GPM: GOOD GOVERNANCE LACKING IN ONGOING IMPASSE

Source: The New Today Former Sports Minister, Patrick Simmons has added his voice in defence of teachers in their 25% gratuity struggle with government, which has resulted in the… Link: NDC & GPM: GOOD GOVERNANCE LACKING IN ONGOING IMPASSE

LIFE GUARDS GET OVER EC$10, 000 WORTH OF EQUIPMENT

Source: The New Today Six (6) life guards employed by the Ministry of Tourism are now better equipped to carry out their duties after receiving some much needed equipment… Link: LIFE GUARDS GET OVER EC, 000 WORTH OF EQUIPMENT

Cheney Joseph provisionally dismissed as GFA President

Source: The New Today Dismissed longstanding President of the GFA Cheney Joseph Approximately eight (8) months after retaining the presidency of the Grenada Football Association (GFA), Cheney Joseph has… Link: Cheney Joseph provisionally dismissed as GFA President

Thank you Sir Royston!!

Source: The New Today Sir Royston Hopkin Chairman/Owner Spice Island Resort Morne Rouge St. George’s January 10th, 2019 Dear Sir Royston, Re Spice Island Resort – Not for Sale… Link: Thank you Sir Royston!!

David Andrew is new Education CEO

Source: The New Today It’s now official that David Andrew has been elevated within the Ministry of Education to the key position of Chief Education Officer (CEO). David Andrew… Link: David Andrew is new Education CEO

Harding freed of Causing Death by Dangerous Driving Charge

Source: The New Today The grandson of prominent Grenadian businessman Edwin DeCaul who was charged with Causing Death by Dangerous Driving following an accident which led to the death… Link: Harding freed of Causing Death by Dangerous Driving Charge

Gregory Bowen taken to court!!!

Source: The New Today Cable & Wireless Grenada Ltd. (‘Cable & Wireless’), doing business as Flow Grenada, has obtained leave from the High Court to sue the Minister of… Link: Gregory Bowen taken to court!!!

15 YEARS FOR MURDER

Source: The New Today Gabriel Allyene – will spend the next 15 years at the Richmond Hill Prison The 28-year old son of prominent religious leader, Ricardo Alleyne, has… Link: 15 YEARS FOR MURDER

CLICO Building leased by Government to house Courts

Source: The New Today Under pressure from the Grenada Bar Association (GBA), the Keith Mitchell-led government has moved to find a medium term solution to the lack of proper… Link: CLICO Building leased by Government to house Courts

SPICE RECOGNISES OUTSTANDING STAFF PERFORMANCE

Source: The New Today Michael Charles, Guest Services Champion of the Year and Lady Hopkin Grenada’s only AAA Five Diamond Hotel has again rewarded its stars for their consistent… Link: SPICE RECOGNISES OUTSTANDING STAFF PERFORMANCE

The OAS dangerously in disarray

Source: The New Today Over the last few days there has been a serious overreach by Luis Almagro of the authority he has as Secretary-General of the Organisation of… Link: The OAS dangerously in disarray

CCJ Reserves Decision in Gilbert Application

Source: The New Today The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has reserved its decision on whether or not to grant leave to a Grenadian family to bring proceedings against… Link: CCJ Reserves Decision in Gilbert Application

41 years – a landmark for Rotaract Club

Source: The New Today After forty-one years, the Rotaract Club of Grenada remains committed to serving the Grenadian community. On January 21st 1978, under the vision and support of… Link: 41 years – a landmark for Rotaract Club

Scotia Bank is yet to meet with TAWU

Source: The New Today The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers Union (GTAWU) has said that it is yet to meet with officials of the Bank of Nova Scotia to… Link: Scotia Bank is yet to meet with TAWU

National good over narrow interests in Guyana

Source: The New Today The President of Guyana, David Granger, and the Opposition leader, Bharat Jagdeo, showed political maturity when they met on January 9 to try to resolve… Link: National good over narrow interests in Guyana

ESCAPED PRISONER STILL AT LARGE

Source: The New Today Police have mounted a massive manhunt for 35-year-old Hayden Phillip who escaped from the Richmond Hill Prison in broad daylight eight days ago. Hayden Phillip… Link: ESCAPED PRISONER STILL AT LARGE

Pension engagement committee refers pension deadlock to Labour Commissioner

Source: The New Today Chairman of Government’s Pension Engagement Committee, Honourable Oliver Joseph has referred the deadlock in pension negotiations with trade unions and staff associations representing public officers… Link: Pension engagement committee refers pension deadlock to Labour Commissioner

An online platform for farmers and consumers

Source: The New Today An online link has been created to provide an avenue for farmers and potential consumers to connect in finding everything agriculture. Maryam Tawfiq – the… Link: An online platform for farmers and consumers

A serious investigation is needed!!

Source: The New Today THE NEW TODAY is calling for an independent investigation to be launched into the operations of another state-owned body – the Grenada Solid Waste Management… Link: A serious investigation is needed!!

STABBED TO DEATH!!!

Source: The New Today Grenada recorded its first murder for 2019 with Friday night’s slaying of 33-year-old Mt. Rush resident, Garvin Anthony, who is known by law enforcement officers… Link: STABBED TO DEATH!!!

Over half a million visitors to Grenada in 2018

Source: The New Today It’s being billed as a significant milestone in Grenada’s tourism history as the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) reported that over half a million visitors were… Link: Over half a million visitors to Grenada in 2018

The Solid Waste contracts

Source: The New Today Speculation is rife that the state-owned Grenada Solid Waste Management Authority (GSWMA) is handing out contracts worth thousands of dollars without utilising the established tendering… Link: The Solid Waste contracts

Support for lawyers

Source: The New Today Ms. Lisa Taylor President GRENADA BAR ASSOCIATION Dear Ms. Taylor, January 10th, 2019 Re Solidarity, Grenada Bar Association “First they came for the Jews and… Link: Support for lawyers

A new business centre and ATMS from Communal Credit Union

Source: The New Today A new financial era has been borne for the Communal Cooperative Credit Union with the launch of two new Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and its… Link: A new business centre and ATMS from Communal Credit Union

MINISTRY OF HEALTH ORDERS CLOSE WATCH ON DENGUE

Source: The New Today The Ministry of Health has mandated the Health Promotions Department and Vector Control Officers nationwide to scale up intervention aimed at preventing an upsurge in… Link: MINISTRY OF HEALTH ORDERS CLOSE WATCH ON DENGUE

Clear Harbor Announces “Employee of The Year” Award Recipients

Source: The New Today On December 8th Clear Harbor hosted their “Employee of the Year” ceremony. Employees were given the opportunity to recommend other employees in different departments for… Link: Clear Harbor Announces “Employee of The Year” Award Recipients

The Crisis in the Justice System

Source: The New Today The State of Grenada comprises three independent but co-equal arms of Government: the Executive (Cabinet), the Legislature (Parliament) and the Judiciary (the Courts). In order… Link: The Crisis in the Justice System

Government to institute “Park and Shuttle” System

Source: The New Today Minister of Transport, Gregory Bowen has announced plans by government to introduce a number of transportation initiatives within the first quarter of 2019 including a… Link: Government to institute “Park and Shuttle” System

The murder of Brizan!!!

Source: The New Today Sir, RE: Letter in your newspaper dated December 14th 2018, headlined, “A sick and bold-faced nastiness”, please inform the writer “Christian Soldier”, to ask another… Link: The murder of Brizan!!!

“WELCOME TO THE WORLD”

Source: The New Today Babies are a special gift at any time, but especially so, when they are born on New Year’s Day. Mrs. Althea Roberts, Manager – Retail… Link: “WELCOME TO THE WORLD”

A moral obligation

Source: The New Today Recently, Jerry Edwin has been telling us a story about Dr. Eric Williams, to create the fallacy that in principle he opposed the establishment of… Link: A moral obligation

Laboratory Procedures

Source: The New Today The Management of the Grenada Bureau of Standards (GDBS) through good professional practice is committed to ensuring that the organisation consistently provides quality testing services… Link: Laboratory Procedures

Thousands of dollars from clamping vehicles

Source: The New Today With three weeks short of it actually becoming a year since the clamping system took effect by the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF), a total… Link: Thousands of dollars from clamping vehicles

OECS Bar Expresses Solidarity With Protesting Grenada Lawyers

Source: The New Today The OECS BAR Association has issued a statement expressing solidarity with the Grenada Bar Association (GBA) on its protest action. The statement Tuesday observed that… Link: OECS Bar Expresses Solidarity With Protesting Grenada Lawyers

Looming crisis!!!

Source: The New Today There is indeed an emerging crisis within the Judiciary in Grenada. And Monday’s protest action by lawyers to express their disgust with the situation is… Link: Looming crisis!!!

Crisis in the legal system

Source: The New Today Following the complete shutdown of all criminal and civil high courts in Grenada in May, 2018 the Grenada Bar Association gave the government of Grenada… Link: Crisis in the legal system

$75, 000 BAIL FOR “JIGGER”

Source: The New Today Carenage Man Charged with Attempted Murder The St. George’s No. 2 Magistrate’s Court has granted bail in the sum of $75, 000 on Wednesday to… Link: , 000 BAIL FOR “JIGGER”

Clear Harbor Announces Award Winners

Source: The New Today On November 29th, Clear Harbor hosted their Third Quarter Leadership & Associate Awards Ceremony. Employees were recognized for making a significant contribution to the company… Link: Clear Harbor Announces Award Winners

Rambo Putin puppetises Maduro and the Caribbean Marxist leaders

Source: The New Today Russia has already managed to develop a sophisticated cyber toolbox, including cyber espionage instruments. Every country in the world is at risk from the vigorous… Link: Rambo Putin puppetises Maduro and the Caribbean Marxist leaders

Police investigates Sunday morning fire

Source: The New Today An abandoned building on Simmons Street in St. George’s that once belonged to the island’s former Attorney General, Derek Knight has been destroyed by fire… Link: Police investigates Sunday morning fire

Tourism Authority statement on the passing of Ian Da Breo

Source: The New Today The Chairman, Board of Directors, Management and Staff of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and… Link: Tourism Authority statement on the passing of Ian Da Breo

IS GFA OWING OVER EC$200,000 IN LEGAL FEES?

Source: The New Today Roderick “Rado” Griffith – finally gets his day in court The Grenada Football Association (GFA) may owe over $200, 000, in legal fees to a… Link: IS GFA OWING OVER EC0,000 IN LEGAL FEES?

INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED INTO MISUSE OF SOLID WASTE FUNDS

Source: The New Today Dr Bert Brathwaite – promised an investigation into the credit card allegation Yet another state-owned body under the ruling New National Party (NNP) government of… Link: INVESTIGATION LAUNCHED INTO MISUSE OF SOLID WASTE FUNDS

ONLY 14 CASES COMPLETED IN OCTOBER ASSIZES

Source: The New Today It was a slow grind for the October 2018 Criminal Assizes which closed in December with only 14 cases completed out of the more than… Link: ONLY 14 CASES COMPLETED IN OCTOBER ASSIZES

Shooting incident on the weekend

Source: The New Today The Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the wounding of a forty-six year old man as a result of a… Link: Shooting incident on the weekend

Is a Lesbian Lifestyle Alright With God?

Source: The New Today A man said: “I cannot stand to see two men kissing intimately! But two women kissing intimately is alright with me. That doesn’t look too… Link: Is a Lesbian Lifestyle Alright With God?

ALBA-TCP summit begins in Havana

Source: The New Today Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and other leaders were in Cuba to attend the Summit of the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America (ALBA).… Link: ALBA-TCP summit begins in Havana

The Solid Waste investigation!!!

Source: The New Today Another state-run entity is now the subject of alleged wrongdoing. THE NEW TODAY can inform the nation that it has officially written to the Chairman… Link: The Solid Waste investigation!!!

New French Chef at Secret Harbour

Source: The New Today The owners of the Secret Harbour Boutique Hotel Restaurant & Marina, have hired a famed French Master Chef in an effort to refine its presentation… Link: New French Chef at Secret Harbour