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Caribbean Photo of the Week: Grenada’s Colorful Capital

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The latest Caribbean Photo comes from Caribbean Journal reader Mike Fretwell, who sent in this lovely shot of the colorful capital of Grenada, St George’s. Have you taken a great photo in the Caribbean? Send …

Grenada Opens New Parliament Building

 By the Caribbean Journal staff “This is history.” Those were the words of Grenada Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell this week, when Grenada debuted its historic new parliament building in the heart of St George’s. The new building is a …

St Regis Hotel Coming to Bermuda

 A major new hotel project is coming to Bermuda. A St Regis hotel property is slated to break ground this year, according to Finance Minister ET Richards. The five-star hotel project in St George’s was first announced in 2014, following …

LATEST NEWS

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Ever dream of owning your own boutique hotel in the Caribbean? Well, now you can, for $1.65 million. The hotel is a historic building in the heart of charming St George’s Grenada, home to some …

 The latest Caribbean Photo comes from CJ reader Nealon Newton, who sent in this snapshot of the beautiful harbour of St George’s, the capital of the island of Grenada. Do you have a great Caribbean photo? Send it to news@caribjournal.com …

 Above: St George’s (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada will launch a climate change adaptation project in 2013, the government announced. The four-year plan, which is being funded by a grant from the German government to the tune …

 Above: Ambassador Carlos Perez, Minister Glynis Roberts, consultant Leslie Barry and project manager Martin Marryshow By the Caribbean Journal staff Venezuelan Ambassador to Grenada Carlos Perez says his government is satisfied with the progress of projects it is currently funding …

 Above: St George’s, Grenada (CJ Photo) By Lincoln Depradine Grenada and Cuba, which have had diplomatic relations for 33 years, have agreed to forge stronger ties and work more closely together. The relationship between the two states, which includes hundreds …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Grenada inaugurated its first regularly-scheduled direct flights to Canada this week, a “history-making” occasion for the country, according to Tourism Minister Peter David. The flight originates in Port of Spain, but is a direct connection …