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Officials from UWI open campus Grenada said that while Covid 19 has posed some challenges to some of their face to face short term courses, they have seen a great increase in the number of students signing up for the new semester now that these courses are available online.
Covid-19 has forced the cancellation of Carriacou Corn Festival 2020. Corn festival is one of the most looked forward to event on the sister isles. The event is usually held the weekend before all saints which is the last week in October. The event is all about showcasing a number of by products made...
Unemployment in the country is now at an alarming rate. Especially with the number of job cuts due to covid-19 affecting businesses. Youth in the rural communities appear to be hardest hit by the COVID 19 pandemic. GBN wanted to get a feel on the ground on how this is affecting their daily lives. ...
Covid-19 has forced the closure of many businesses as the entire economy has been affected. This threw many people on the breadline, as they too lost their jobs. With families dependent on them, alternative means of survival had to be sought.
Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell is demanding that the hierarchy of the royal Grenada police force ensure the law of the land is adhered to. His reminder to the law men comes after months of unease as the working class sees’ a clash of class when dealing with the covid 19 guidelines.
Don’t let your guards down, covid 19 is still around. The La Baye taxi association has taken steps to ensure their passengers are safe. However they are faced with a challenge. Our news team has been speaking with a member of the association who fills us in
Government continues to urge Grenadians to be cautious despite no active covid-19 case on island; however the system is having its own challenges as was disclosed during Monday’s press conference. Grenada remains Covid-19 Free. Health officials on Monday reaffirmed this but as people are eager to...
It’s not the typical Carnival Monday as would have been in the past. With the presence of the Covid-19 pandemic, the decision was taken by government to cancel Spice mas 2020. With No Carnival, Prime minister Dr. Keith Mitchell took another decision to have No Public Holiday august 10th and 11th.