Caribbean Photo of the Week: On the Beach in Carriacou

This week’s Caribbean Photo of the Week comes from reader Emma Lewis, who photographed local youths practicing for the annual regatta at Paradise Beach on the Grenadian island of Carriacou. Do you have a great photo of the Caribbean? Send […]


Marina Project Relaunching in Carriacou

Above: Carriacou By the Caribbean Journal staff The Tyrell Bay Marina project has relaunched in Grenada. Grenada’s government said the project aims to be a “world-class, full-service marina resort” on the island of Carriacou, one of three islands that make […]


Grenada to Launch Wind Energy Project on Island of Carriacou

Above: wind farms, like that in Nevis, are becomingly increasingly popular in the Caribbean (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada will launch a wind energy project on the island of Carriacou in partnership with the European Union and […]


Grenada Starts Poverty Reduction Project in Carriacou, Petite Martinique

By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada’s government has launched a plan aimed at reducing poverty on the islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The programme, dubbed the Grenada Market Access and Rural Enterprise Development Programme, seeks to reduce rural poverty […]

Japan Funds Project to Help Farmers in Grenada's Carriacou, Petite Martinique

By the Caribbean Journal staff Japan’s government is funding a World Bank project to help farmers in Grenada’s islands of Petite Martinique and Carriacou. The project seeks to help local farmers cope with fluctuations in weather, the global financial crisis […]

Grenada Considers New Port in Carriacou

Above: the meeting at the Hotel Laurena By the Caribbean Journal staff With the condition of the Hillsborough Jetty deteriorating, Grenada is considering a plan to develop a new port facility in Carriacou. Ambrose Phillip, general manager of the Grenada […]


Grenada Continues Push to Strengthen Ties With Diaspora Community

Above: Carriacou By the Caribbean Journal staff As part of a continued push to strengthen its working relationship with Grenadians living abroad, the government recently met with returning nationals in Carriacou. Grenada, which is preparing for Grenadian Homecoming in August […]

Grenada Looks to Infrastructure

By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenadian Works Minister Joseph Gilbert is pushing for an increased budgetary allocation for infrastructure projects across Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. “We believe these works are important investments,” he said. “They do not only bring […]


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