Grenada

What Grenada’s Gold Means for Tourism

 Above: Kirani James (FP) By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenadian officials were ecstatic over the potential impact of sprinter Kirani James’ gold medal at the 400-meter World Championships. “There’s no price that we can put on Kirani’s victory,” said Tourism …

Grenada Officially Joins International Criminal Court in The Hague

 Above: Grenada Ambassador Stephen Fletcher and ICC President Sang-Hyun Song (UN Photo) Three months after Grenada deposited its instrument of accession to the Rome Statute, the country joined the International Criminal as a new state party. The domestic Grenadian statute …

Grenada Amends Insurance Law

 Above: Grenada’s Parliament Parliament has passed an insurance amendment act 2011 which seeks to change certain provisions of the Insurance Act 2010, highlighted by a broadening of the definition of “local company.” The amended california state car seat laws will …

LATEST NEWS

 Housing Minister Alleyne Walker and Prime Minister Tillman Thomas (GIS Photo) The beginning of the first phase of Grenada’s Greater Greenville Project is part of a new development push by the government that includes a series of infrastructure projects. Prime …

 Keina Calliste By Lincoln Depradine Trinidadian Keina Calliste is the daughter of one of the Caribbean’s greatest calypsonians — but despite a family legacy in Grenada, she had never visited the island. “I like it,” she said. “It’s not that …

 Grenada has begun exporting plantains to Trinidad and Tobago, concomitantly stopping banana imports, according to Agriculture Minister Michael Lett. Lett said the country’s farmers are now able to supply a sufficient number of bananas to satisfy the local market. It …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The government of Grenada has joined the International Criminal Court, with the court’s Rome Statute set to enter into force in Grenada on Aug. 1. The decision follows the CARICOM seminar on the ICC held …