Today marks the 97th birthday of Sir Eric Matthew Gairy who was born on 18 February 1922. Retired nurse, Alison Sylvester-John reflects on his lega read more
What sets sailing apart from many other sporting activities, is that upholding the rules of the game is solely left up to the players, since sailin read more
Managing Director at Island Health Services Trevor Forrester is quite optimistic that construction on the new facility will be completed in time fo read more
Dr Bristol-Stanisclaus is advocating for the cost of dialysis treatment to be subsidised and made available at the General Hospital so that ordinar read more
Aaron Sylvester’s idea is to utilise the inherited lands from his grandparents left abandoned , with the goal of revitalising the cocoa industry read more
The Vector Control Unit continues its campaign to keep the mosquito population down, but vehicles which are left abandoned as well as broken septic read more
The Medical Oncology department at the General Hospital now has a new lifesaving infusion Pump for Cancer Patients in the administration of chemoth read more
National Health Insurance (NHI) now has a sophisticated New logo design that encapsulates the significance behind the implementation of NHI.
What started off as a personal taste in Men’s fashion quickly evolved into a full-fledged business opportunity for a young entrepreneur Denny Cr read more
The closed season for the hunting of game species such as the Manicou, Tatou, Mona Monkey, Iguana and the Ramier, starts on 1 January and ends on 3 read more
Sam Clarke and Tanner Hockley turned their primary school project into a nationwide campaign to raise awareness for the protection of endangered Le read more
Marcus Alexander is set on first qualifying for the Strongman Champions League which will bring him closer to competing at the World’s Strongest read more
The financial reward was disclosed on Thursday, during a news conference hosted jointly by representatives from the Prison and Police.
The 50th Anniversary celebration of the Budget Marine Spice Island Billfish Tournament will award the angler catching a 1,000-pound fish with a cas read more
Lisa Taylor, President of the GBA said the membership considers it absolutely deplorable that in 2019, 15 years after the High Court (at York House read more
Veteran Netball Coach and a former national player Barbara Simpson is set to impart her knowledge and experience of the game of netball to the youn read more
2018 has been a tremendous year for the team at ALIG as they celebrate the success and achievements of adult literacy learners
Apart from receiving two new fully equipped Ambulances, The Ministry of Health, the National Lotteries Authority, and the Canadian Bank Note Compan read more
Nicolas Winkler, became the first Grenadian, to compete professionally in the extreme sport of free diving following his recent competition in Souf read more
Biodegradable Styrofoam is impossible, it does not biodegrade
Two critically endangered species of corals namely the elkhorn coral (Acropora palmata) and staghorn coral (Acropora cervicornis) will be among a v read more
The availability of agricultural produce of a high-quality year round is essential for any Hotel sector. And with the demand outweighing the supply read more
The inaugural Caribbean Entrepreneurship Summit held in Grenada was open to early-growth stage entrepreneurs across the region.
Deficiencies in data collection of pelagic fishes landed in Grenada is now a thing of the past thanks to a pilot project executed by the UN’s Foo read more
The RGPF honoured 21 police officers and 3 retired workers at the Special Services Unit (SSU) compound at Camp Saline.
World AIDS Day Activities – Grenada Community Education and Rapid Testing from Wed. 28 Nov to Fri. 7 Dec 201
Friday, 7 December is the date set for government and unions to continue negotiations into the retirement package for public officers.
In 2018 stigma and discrimination against Teenage Mothers continue to permeate within society. Pregnancy remains the highest risk factor for female read more
St Joseph’s Convent (SJC) St George’s emerged victorious at this year’s 11th anniversary of the Grenlec debates.
Students say their action to protest is not politically motivated but motivated by the need for teachers to return to the classroom.
Natalie Simon, who was born in London but grew up in Mt Granby St John, has had firsthand experience of the challenges surrounding mental health. read more
President of the Grenada Union of Teacher Lydon Lewis said, “Members we cannot return to classroom unless we get equal rights and justice.” He read more
At the cocktail, eleven murals created by local artist Suelin Low Chew Tung, showcased the activities planned by Grenada to increase its resilience read more
Although in support of Grenada acceding to the Caribbean Court of Justice as the islands final court of appeal, the National Democratic Congress (N read more
Chairman of the CCJ Advisory Committee Sir Lawrence Joseph says he felt disappointed following the yet another failed attempt at replacing the Lond read more
Reports from the Parliamentary Elections Office indicates that early voter turnout today continues to be slow but steady.
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) and Financial Information Month partners in Grenada collaborated to host the symposium under the theme: C read more
Two survivors of the slaughter on 19 October 1983 at Fort Rupert (now, Fort George) are yet to find solace as their scars daily remind them of the read more
The establishment of a fish sanctuary in St John is expected to reverse years of recorded fish depletion in pelagic species such as Selar crumenoph read more
La Boucan Creative Centre is located at the GCNA Complex on the Kirani James Blvd and boasts of being the first centre in Grenada and possibly the read more
Former Farmers Representative in the Senate Keith Clouden is among farmers across the island feeling the effects of the onslaught of citrus greenin read more
Ever wonder what the literacy rate is like in Grenada? well according to a survey conducted 48 years ago revealed that Grenada’s literacy rate wa read more
In 2017, CHORES Support Group Grenada received a donation of US$18,500 from Dr Charles Modica. The funds were sent to Patron of Hearts purchased a read more
The sourcing of an alternative landfill site, one of 7 components of the Integrated Solid Waste Management Project launched by the Grenada Solid Wa read more
The introduction of “environmentally friendly” biodegradable products particularly those used as food containers, may be a progressive move. read more
14 years after the devastation caused by Hurricane Ivan on 7 September 2004, statistics show that 7 out of 10 homes are not insured, according to s read more
The controversy surrounding the erection of a concrete structure at the construction site of Silversands hotel in Grand Anse has caught the attenti read more
Kellon Bubb — class of 1997 — and President of the Presentation Brothers College (PBC) Alumni Association in New York, on Wednesday, handed ove read more
The Grenada Housing Authority is yet to respond to queries brought forward to them with regards to a sewage tank left open at the Soubise Chinese h read more
By declaring the two parishes disaster zones, this will trigger financial assistance from the state to provide the necessary financial and other re read more
There will be an Anti-disruption Unit at all major official carnival and massive events as part of police efforts to ensure that any individual or read more
2017's Queen Of The Band AJ and Associates says they have reimagined A Beautiful World with this year's costume designed.
Entrepreneurs continue to excel in Technology, Manufacturing and service industries in Grenada. An example of this was clearly seen during this yea read more
A man who starved 2 mixed breed dogs, a male and female, was recently brought to justice, making this the second case of animal cruelty brought to read more
“Mark’s aim of completing this treacherous journey is not for selfish reasons but is fuelled by his desire to build a sailing school workshop i read more
The Grenada Roman Catholic Church observes the birthday of St Peter, patron saint of fishermen on 29 June. Gouyave, Grenada’s main fishing town, read more
After noticing a slight shift away from the significance of Gouyave’s Fisherman’s Birthday Celebration, the Gouyave Improvement Committee has i read more
Government to introduce a project in Plains St Patrick that will eliminate the water shortage faced by farmers on the Shambo estate.
The Grenada Chocolate Company continues to make major strides in the organic chocolate production industry 5 years since his untimely passing of on read more
The parents of 14-year-old Liandra John of Grand Bacolet in St Andrew are yet to receive closure. John, a Form 3 student at the Westerhall Secondar read more
Academical failure is not an option type of approach to parenting may be psychologically crippling children well into adulthood and may have some s read more
Grenada has barely scratched the surface when it comes to harnessing the Economic potential of the Creative Industry and movers and shakers in the read more
World Oceans Day is an annual observation to honour, protect, and conserve the world’s oceans. It provides an opportunity to take personal and co read more
Immediate past chairman of the Public Service Commission (PSC) has said that his decision to demit office is a professional decision and not based read more
Forecasters warn of another plume of the Saharan Dust heading towards the Caribbean off the coast of Africa. The region is already engulfed with th read more
In the era of information technology, the age-old myths surrounding the spread of HIV/AIDS still exist says the finding of a study conducted by Sen read more
After what was deemed a success 48th Annual Meeting of CDB’s Board of Governors in Grenada which concluded last Friday, delegates got the opportu read more
Honeybee industry in Grenada has great potential to help stimulate the rural economy of Grenada.
At only 19 years of age, Rufus Vesprey, nicknamed "The Ghost" is ranked 3 in in the Commonwealth with 10 fights, 5 knockouts and 1 loss a read more
An artist with this many talents should be making hard cash for his paintings, but the reality for struggling artist Doliver (Morain) Noel of Lever read more
Mother-daughter relationship now broken over a comment she made on social media following a televised missing person's report.
Grenada won their 14th Gold medal at RHS Chelsea Flower show 2018 with the exhibit - The Road to Success.
Two weeks after Flow Grenada Ltd erected promotional signage for its Flow Sports App at the Tanteen bus stop, the promotional material was defaced read more
What can only be described as a rare act of human kindness, Shernette Streete is passionate about helping the less fortunate and has started the Tr read more
13-year-old Diane Fakhre who was awarded female tennis player of 2017 at the Grenada National Sports Awards held in January of this year.
Is Grenada fully harnessing the economic potential that exists within Grenada's creative industries? Two self-taught artists residing in the 4 read more
Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has confirmed that Grenada will hold a second referendum before the end of 2018 to get the approval of the citizen read more
In the Caribbean there now exists a problematic situation that has gotten the attention of The Caribbean Examination Council. It was observed that read more
Alex Marrast and twin brothers Dwayne Blackman, and Melvin Blackman are not your average typical teenagers. Already in their late teens, these youn read more
Since opening its doors in December, Alexis food store, a subsidiary of Save-A-Lot an American discount supermarket chain breathes new life into th read more
Every year hashers celebrate the Red Dress Hash (and sacrifice what little dignity they have left) all for a very good cause, as any money collecte read more
Large sections of Building 10 are burned and/or damaged, including Aqua Natural, Kalico warehouse, and Talius Grenada.
Some Grenadians have expressed their desire to see that the legacy of Grenada's father of Independence is consistently entrenched in the minds read more
Local entrepreneurs have made it their business to capitalise on demand for patriotic apparels and locally made products around Grenada’s Indepen read more
While recovering at SAMS, Jody Whalen said it became clear that she was misdiagnosed in St Vincent as having gastroenteritis and not appendicitis, read more
Following 2 failed attempts in the past, the official launch of the Grand Anse Marine Protected Area (GAMPA), over the weekend now brings the gover read more
Eating healthy and getting regular exercise has been the daily routine for retired secondary school teacher Paulette Calliste of Mt Moritz. An unex read more
A 7-member team comprising 2 faculty lecturers and 5 students, returned from Dominica after spending 10 days collecting scientific data documenting read more
Grenada saw 10,987 more stayover visitors in 2017 compared to 2016 (135,372). The 2017 figures also compared favourably with 2015 which recorded 14 read more
Vendors said the construction work was not done properly by the Ministry of Tourism, resulting in a pungent odour emanating from the old septic tan read more
The Grenada council for the disabled continues to clamor for the RGPF to replace the disabled parking sign on the pavement which was eroded followi read more
What started off as a trip to spice isle Pure Grenada to visit a long time friend three years ago has evolved into a lifelong relationship to promo read more
For the 2nd consecutive year, the Grenada Olympic Committee has awarded Hafid Tyrone James, Bodybuilder of the Year at the National Sports Award Ce read more
Sister Maureen Alexander, Provincial of the Sisters of St Joseph of Cluny, has been awarded Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE), for read more
People wishing to withdraw cash from an ATM had to travel to another parish either St John or St Patrick in order to access financial services. all read more
School administrators have hailed this new initiative spearheaded by the Olive Branch Project Inc since it will assist the school continues its sch read more
16.5% of elderly citizens in several nursing homes have been found to be malnourished, according to a recent study conducted by the Grenada Food an read more
The Fisheries Division is being asked to look into the scarcity of bait that threatens to affect the livelihood of fishermen in the fishing capital read more
NOW Grenada sought feedback from members of the public, and although many declined to give their comment, others expressed their uneasiness with th read more
Children as young as 6 years have been initiated into early drug use by an adult. This is among findings stemming from the Grenada Drug Epidemiolog read more
Raymond ‘Ray’ Roberts, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) candidate for the St George’s South Constituency says that he is worried about read more
On Thursday, a large demonstration was staged, as contracted workers of NAWASA accompanied by workers of GRENLEC, Grenada Airports Authority, Grena read more
The Christmas holiday has come and gone on the Christian calendar, however for a small sector of world’s global population there exists another m read more
The St Patrick Breakwater project, which falls under the Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Programme, and sought to prevent beach erosion in one loc read more
According to the National Export Strategy, ‘the Grenada Craft and Gift Industry is defined as companies, groups and individuals involved in the d read more
Fishermen say apart from them not receiving their fuel rebate this year, many of their fuel receipts claims have been denied by the Fisheries Divis read more
Scores of complaints have surfaced against the move to relocate SEVERAL bus operators in the big parish to the new bus terminal in Moon Shadow Park read more
“The only truly human gift is the gift you make of yourself. Take time this Christmas to be present to at least one person.”
At the helm of this approach are the Marine Protected Area (MPA) Junior Rangers, students between the ages of 13 to 18, who are tasked with helping read more
Given the time of year, the streets of Gouyave, the city that never sleeps, continues to be abnormally quiet as some shops are forced to close thei read more
Once a high school dropout, Kimron Cato of Bonaire St Mark says he now has renewed interest starting his own plumbing business after participating read more
As it has become customary around the Yuletide season, the Women’s Arm of the Royal Grenada Police Force continues to forge stronger ties with th read more
Denson Modeste, developer of Grenada’s first prototype online National Sex Offenders Registry website is encouraging government to make haste on read more
In 2018 the directors of the Grand Anse Home for the Aged will seek to garner funding to undertake further expansion of the home as the need for ad read more
Electrical Engineering students at the island’s lone community college, the TA Marryshow Community College (TAMCC), can now boast of having state read more
Grenada has 3 more DELF/DALF certified French teachers on the island, proficient in grading the DELF/DALF exams. Alliance Française de la Grenade read more
2017 was another challenging year for both cocoa and nutmeg farmers after having to face a reduction in nutmeg price on the international market in read more
The Child Protection Authority of Grenada continues its community outreach campaign All Against Child Abuse (AACA), this time at the Tivoli RC Scho read more
During the GPPA’s annual general meeting held on Tuesday, at the National Stadium, GPPA President Kennedy Roberts said the association is now see read more
Grenada and 4 countries including St Vincent, Anguilla, and the British Virgin Islands are receiving financial assistance from the European Union i read more
During the Yuletide season, many Grenadians look forward to attending the annual Christmas in Gardens organised by Grenada Cultural Foundation.
The Lotus Programme, Grenada’s newest anti-sexual violence foundation will, in 2018 institute a psychoeducational support group treatment program read more
Youth Leader and Advocate Jenella Edwards of River Sallee St Patrick will be Grenada’s next Queen’s Young Leaders Awardee for 2018. The award, read more
The worlds largest floating book fair, the Logos Hope has once again graced the Carenage Pier bringing with it over 400 volunteers
The Office of the Integrity Commission of Grenada, on Friday, embarked on public outreach initiative in the fight against corruption, by staging a read more
"Is a public health concern because it affects families, it affects communities and in turn affects the country and it is important for us to read more
“How would the abolition of flogging in the law, decriminalisation of marijuana, and the rehabilitation of offenders impact Grenada’s juvenile read more
At a time when young people are disproportionately affected by an unemployment rate of 24%, the Ministry of Tourism and Culture on Tuesday graduate read more
Veteran award-winning journalist Alison Bethel–McKenzie urges local media companies to embrace social media and technological change, or run the read more
Interview with Nigel Mathlin speaking about World AIDS Day Health Expo – excerpt from Government Information Service (GIS) Spice Morning.
Policy makers are being reminded of the significant role that people living with HIV and AIDS can play in ensuring that the ambitious target of end read more
The Grenada National Trust launched their "Proud of our Heritage" campaign on Friday 24 November. The Heritage app was also Launched whic read more
On Thursday 30 November 2017, as part of the Grand Anse Artificial Reef Project, 4 concrete pyramids were launched and submerged into the water jus read more
It was indeed a ‘Night of the Legendz’ as bodybuilders and athletes came out in their numbers on Saturday, 18 November 2017 to be part of what read more
Godfrey Luke’s commitment to well-made sculptures, culture, and his tireless focus on education and development makes this exhibit and more than read more
The National Training Agency held its first ever Skills Stakeholders Workshop on Tuesday 14 November 2017 at the Radisson Hotel.
Get your free HIV test at Health Expo on World AIDS Day – 1 December 2017 at Camerhogne Park, Morne Rouge, St George, Grenada.
PSA produced co read more
The World AIDS Day Planning Committee met on 14 November at Sandals LaSource to announce their activities for World AIDS Day 2017.
Representatives of the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) update the media regarding a teenager being charged with the murder of a 9 year-old.
It was a chaotic scene in the yard of the St George's Magistrate's Court on Wednesday 15 November 2017, as Grenadians came out in their num read more
Being an avid lover of candles, and not being able to get the scents she wanted from other candles, Marcella opted to go into the Eco-friendly busi read more
Prior to her brief visit to Grenada, Secretary General of the Commonwealth, The Rt Hon Baroness Patricia Scotland QC paid a visit to Antigua and Ba read more
Six political parties and one independent candidate signed the civil society’s Code of Political Conduct which is to act as a guide for campaigni read more
Enill implored all in attendance to see their roles as advocates and politicians to move the economy forward. He warned that while our laid back an read more
Activities organised by GDA for the month of November include: church services; health screenings; nutrition and diabetes management educational ta read more
The final quarter of 2017 can result in a number of persons who plays the games of the National Lotteries Authority winning thousands in cash or re read more
“It's not about teaching children to fight, it's teaching children to build their self esteem,” said Master Coutain. Additionally, not read more
Friday 13 October 2017, as part of the activities for the annual International Risk Reduction Day, the National Disaster and Management Authority ( read more
The Ministry of Agriculture hosted its first ever Agri Business Expo, which commenced on Thursday 28 September 2017 and concluded on Sunday 1 Octob read more
The Office of the Integrity Commission conducted its Educational Outreach Seminar for political parties at the National Stadium on Wednesday 27 Sep read more
The Office of the Ombudsman was first introduced to the Grenadian public service in 2009 as was guided by Act 24 of 2007, which provides details on read more
Alzheimer’s is the most common type of dementia that affects a wide cross section of persons worldwide. It can significantly affect one's cog read more
The March, which took place on Friday evening, commenced by the Alleyne Francique Round-A-Bout and proceeded into the town of St George. The partic read more
According to Dr Francis Martin, Senior Medical Officer attached to the Ministry of Health, there has been a noticeable change of shift in the surve read more
As an avid user of the Grand Anse Beach, and Caretaker of South St George, Senator Roberts indicated that this is the most despicable state he has read more
On Thursday 7 September 2017, there was a special handover of bullet proof vests from the officers of the NYPD to the RGPF at the Police Headquarte read more
The new school term has officially begun for most of the nation's students this week, and parents and guardians are being asked to exercise due read more
Mr Forteau believes that Sports Photographers ought to get much more respect, especially since it is an expensive field to get into.
27-year-old Haron Forteau, a well-known Sports Photographer was 1 of many photographers from around the world to get the opportunity to display his read more
Media workers in Grenada were given the opportunity on Tuesday, 22 August 2017, to participate in Snuba, a new water sport offered at Sandals LaSou read more
Grenada’s Michael Thomas is the island’s second recipient of the Queen’s Young Leaders Award. The Award is geared toward recognizing youths w read more
On the evening of Saturday, 12 August 2017, Panorama was postponed. 8 steel bands came out to the National Stadium with the intention of vying for read more
This is the first time in Grenada’s Panorama history that such a travesty has occurred. On Wednesday, 16 August, Minister with responsibility for read more
“In March of this year, an island-wide survey was done to determine which areas are most affected by the disease. This survey indicated that it w read more
In an effort to reach the vulnerable, marginalised and key populations in Grenada, the relevant authorities are embarking on a pilot programme, whi read more
In answering the question "what do you think about the reenactment of slavery", Dr Saunders shared her views on the topic and what she th read more
According to Dr Martin, the NHI is the mechanism put in place by the necessary authorities to deal with the overall issue of universal coverage, wh read more
As a form of appreciation to the 2 visiting Professors, the TAMCC held a farewell ceremony on Thursday 27 July 2017. During the ceremony, the achie read more
The Grenada Cultural Foundation (GCF) reminded persons of the importance of emancipation to Grenada's history under the theme: ‘Emancipation read more
The Grenadian-born Archeologist is of the firm belief that Grenadian’s identity was formed on plantation spaces. This therefore means that every read more
Friday 28 July 2017, saw the launching of GDLs first ever AMAZ-IN Chocolate Creme Liquor, which base product is Grenada's cocoa mixed with some read more
Grenada is to adopt new legislation in the area of data and statistics gathering because of the new emphasis being placed on the use of statistics read more
As of 30 June 2017, there are more than 73,000 persons on the Consolidated Voter’s List, and the Parliamentary Elections Office (PEO) wants peopl read more
The Child Protection Authority (CPA) on Thursday 6 July 2017 held a 1-day workshop for their staff members with the aim of having them better train read more
Despite the inclement weather on Friday 30 June 2017, Grenadians came out in their numbers to get tested and know their HIV status at numerous test read more
The Grenada Coalition of Services Industry (GCSI) held its inaugural Service Exposition themed “Celebrating services: The lifeblood of our Econom read more
Grenada’s Tamara Prosper, Manager and Founder of the SENSI mobile application, emerged as one of the top five winners of the recently concluded P read more
Grenadian entrepreneur Tamara Prosper, will be presenting her latest idea at the PitchIT Caribbean Challenge 3.0 in St Kitts.
Dont Wait Until Disaster Strikes. What Can You do? Give Blood. Give Now Give Often.
This year’s theme Our Oceans Our Future speaks to the sustainability of the ocean and how persons can contribute to good ocean governance. In Gre read more
In recent times, bus operators have been placed under scrutiny in the public domain due to their “after hours” charges.
The Queen's Baton is making its way around the world in preparation for the Commonwealth Games to be held in Australia next year. Thursday' read more
The Girl Guides Association of Grenada climaxed its' ICCAS Community Climate Change Adaptation Project with a showcase of creative arts and cra read more
Was PM Mitchell casting aspersions on the characters of Ali Dowden and Tevin Andrews when he made these statements? Was he attacking a minority gro read more
“Change is progress” is the motto of the newly formed minority political party in Grenada. Called ‘The Progress Party,’ its leader is Kerry read more
May is recognised internationally as Lupus Awareness Month and Grenada has joined in to do its part.
The closing concert for the Republic Bank sponsored “Not In My Back Yard Project,” (NIMBY) held on 17 May 2017 at the Pomme Rose RC School. The read more
Friday 12 May 2017 marked a historical day for children living with disabilities in Grenada, as the Jason Roberts Foundation and other stakeholders read more
After 4 years of serving as the Chinese Ambassador to Grenada, H E Ou Boqian's stint has come to an end.
The River Sallee Saraka celebration comprises local foods, dances and drumming, all stemming from and connected to Grenada’s African roots.
On Thursday, 20 April 2017, 14 students of the TA Marryshow Community College (TAMCC) competed in the third Chinese Bridge Proficiency Competition, read more
As Grenada prepares with the rest of the international world to celebrate World Health Day, under the theme “Depression: Let's Talk” on Fri read more
Marcus “Grizzly” Alexander, who is no stranger to the Strong Man Competitions locally and internationally, returned home with a number of troph read more
NOW Grenada asks for opinions on the consideration of increasing contributions to the National Insurance Scheme (NIS), to cover National Health Ins read more
A research team from the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada, completed 4 weeks of research and education in sustainable tourism and conserv read more
March 13, 2017 marks 38 years since the New Jewel Movement (NJM) under the leadership of Maurice Bishop, overthrew the Eric Gairy government. The c read more
Grenada stands with the rest of the world on March 8, 2017, to observe International Women’s Day, under the theme “Women in the Changing World read more
Dr Kenrith Carter, a local veterinarian and dog owner, in an exclusive interview with NOW Grenada, expressed his disappointment with the situation. read more
Supporters of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) took to the streets in protest on Wednesday 22, February 2017, to show their disapproval with read more
Citizens of Grenada voice their thoughts on what makes them proud to be Grenadian and what independence means to them.
The Government and people of Grenada, in collaboration with Leiden University under the direction of Drs. Corinne Hofman and Menno Hoogland, have b read more
The ribbon to Grenada’s Community Library and Resource Centre was officially cut on Monday 9 January, 2017, as its doors were publicly opened fol read more
Brian Grimes, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Public Workers Union (PWU), expresses his concerns regarding the sustainability of the Union. read more
Another explicit video displaying secondary school students clad in their uniforms recently made its way to social media platforms, causing a numbe read more
Olive Branch Project seeks to reduce bullying in schools through martial arts
Prime Minister Mitchell at his constituency’s polling station at Happy Hill, on the morning of the Grenada Constitution Referendum.
Roger Archer – President of the Grenada Bankers Association and Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) Bankers Association – speaks about the read more
Roger Archer – President of the Grenada Bankers Association and Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) Bankers Association
Buses on the #2 route (Woburn & Grenville), most of them carrying no passengers, sound their horns as they join the protest. Reports are that the b read more
Some Grenadian farmers will soon be making the switch from conventional agriculture practices to organic farming.
The Grenada National Council for the Disabled was in celebration mode this week, as the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (csec) examinatio read more
GrenAIDS empowers Special Education Students – ‘Affirming Who I Am’
4 to 5 June, 2016
Colombian Emeralds Store Opening at Sandals LaSource
Speaking about Child Abuse & Incest – Jemima Pierre
Street Cleaners in St George’s are doing an important job
A video montage capturing some of the international, regional, and local performances at the Pure Grenada Music Festival, which was held from 5 to read more
Martial Arts Exhibition, 20 March 2016, Grenada Youth Centre
A#keem & Nature Claim — ready to perform at the Pure Grenada Music Festival
The Pure Grenada Music Festival hosted British musical sensation Estelle, for a casual Q&A, speaking about her challenging beginnings, inspirations read more
LGBTI Sensitivity Training for Police and Community Stakeholders – 2 to 5 November 2015, Grenada
Kings and Queens of Fancy Mas’ – Grenada Carnival 2015
Kings and Queens of Fancy Mas’ – Grenada Carnival 2015
Kings and Queens of Fancy Mas’ – Grenada Carnival 2015
NOW Grenada interviews Bongo Wisely Tafari – Chairman, Caribbean Rastafari Organisation
Amitye Friendship Art Residency Exhibition. Visit from 19 Feb - 4 Mar 2014 at the old Hubbard's building on the Carenage (next to the basketbal read more
NOW Grenada at the 50th Annual Art Exhibition of the Grenada Arts Council. Visit the exhibition at the GAC gallery on Young Street, St George's read more
Hazel-Ann Otway, Edna Charles, Antoine's Woodwork
Johnson's Sports Wear, Veronica's Visions, Noble Arts Gallery
Pegasus Prints, Caribbean Naturals, Philo's Jewellery
Ancient Landmark, Maigrin Products, Grenada Paper Products
Unity Garments, Thomas Crafts, Belezb
Penny's Creative Woodwork Shop, Tambran
Harvest Studios, Paradise Glass, Jess Soap
De La Grenade Industries, Spice Isle Plantations, West India Spices, Home Aroma Grenada
Green Island Cosmetics, W H Industry, Southern Fishermen Association
Baron Foods, Fresh Ground, Moses Essence, Hinds