Grenada's Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell will be honored by the Caribbean Media Exchange for contributions to the region over his four terms at the helm of the island nation.
A man who has been in Dominica for over a week promoting a gospel concert was detained by police officers on Friday, November 15.
Adult Literacy Co-ordinator at the Ministry of Education and former Principal of the J.W. Fletcher Memorial R.C SCHOOL Mr. Dudley John Hunte, will be laid to rest next Tuesday November 12th 2013.
Barbados is getting ready to host "Best of ASCO" conference in Barbados Dec 1-2. 2013. The conference is being held at a time when the region and the world is seeking to improve upon the level of cancer care and cancer-related education and services.
With Christmas "right around the corner", many are anxious to receive their goodies from family and friends overseas, and are embracing some governments commitment to "tax-free concessions on barrels".
Grenadians are anxiously awaiting a national message by that country's Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell, that address will be aired tonight.
Commentary by Hamlet Mark
A lot has been made over these past few months – and I saw just the other day a couple of orchestrated swipes at Chester Humphrey – about the ongoing massive realignment in the politics of Grenada.
A British grandmother who booked a holiday to Spain ended up in the Caribbean by mistake - after a booking blunder caused a mix-up with the flights.
Trinidad and Tobago's Health Minister Dr. Faud Khan says Caribbean-born doctor Conrad Murray, who has been released from a Los Angeles jail after two years for involuntary manslaughter in the death of American pop star Michael Jackson, can return to Trinidad and appeal to the Medical Board for a licence to practise.
The Government of Grenada and the CARICOM Development Fund (CDF) will, on Monday 28th October, 2013, sign an Agreement for a Country Assistance Programme (CAP) for Grenada in the amount of EC$ 15.74 million (US$5.83 million).
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