Menu
The Informer
DRUG BUST: Two Men Grabbed by Police

DRUG BUST: Two Men Grabbed by Polic…

Two men had their day in ...

Clouden calls for  DECRIMINALIZATION OF MARIJUANA

Clouden calls for DECRIMINALIZATIO…

One of Grenada’s most voc...

36 Senior  Police Officers Move Up  The Ranks

36 Senior Police Officers Move Up …

The Grenada Public Servic...

Concerned Parents Speak Out

Concerned Parents Speak Out

Parents and teachers of t...

Senatorial Confrontation - Roberts  Puzzled By Humphrey’s Comments

Senatorial Confrontation - Roberts …

Labour representative in ...

Government Cleared To Acquire Grenadian By Rex

Government Cleared To Acquire Grena…

The way has now been clea...

Kawana Bay replaces Flamboyant

Kawana Bay replaces Flamboyant

After some seven months o...

Are there still Sidewalks in Town?

Are there still Sidewalks in Town?

A young lady is worried t...

Prev Next

EDITORIAL: Police And Prisoner

For some convicted offenders, the road back from convict to ordinary member of the society can be long and challenging. What happens while they are incarcerated can make the difference between effective rehabilitation and repeat offenses.

While there are those who are content to spend the majority of their adult lives traipsing in and out of the penitentiary without batting an eyelid, others in a moment of passion or indiscretion ran afoul of the law, did their time and would like to put it behind them as soon as possible.

Read more...

EDITORIAL: Year of The Rooster

This year 2017 is the year of the rooster according to Chinese Zodiac. The Chinese zodiac is the classification scheme that assigns an animal to each year in a repeating twelve-year cycle. The 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac is an approximation to the 11.86-year cycle of Jupiter, the largest planet of the solar system. It is a scheme and systematic plan of future action that relates each year to an animal and its reputed attributes according to a 12-year cycle. It remains popular in several East Asian countries including China, Vietnam, Burma, Korea, Japan, Thailand as well as the Buddhist calendar.

Read more...

Fingers Crossed

For many years Grenadians have regarded the annual Estimates of revenue and Expenditure with diminishing enthusiasm regarding it as little more than a flamboyantly prepared wish list.

Regardless to which political party or administration occupies the seat of power, a majority of locals think the document, popularly referred to, as the budget is simply an optimistic ramble through an economic maze that the authorities have no reasonable hope of successfully negotiating.

Read more...
Subscribe to this RSS feed

Sections

Local News

About Us

  • About Us
  • Contact Us
  • This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Follow Us