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IRD Keeping in Touch With the Sister Isles
IRD Keeping in Touch With the Sister Isles

The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) is encouragin

Belair Nursery produces promising corn field and crops
Belair Nursery expected in market in upcoming weeks
Division of Housing completes construction of new home in lower Brunswick area
Division of Housing completed construction for Mr. Glenroy Belfon
Hon. Kindra Maturine-Stewart wishes 2019/2020 Scholarship Awardee
Hon. Kindra Maturine-Stewart wishes Jesmond Emmons
JCCCP's UNDP funded Projects handed over in Carriacou
The Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (JCCCP),
Beausejour Pond receives major face lift
With the supply of water being a continuous concern for farmers
Minister Stewart impressed with Low Income Housing Project
As phase 1 of the Low Income Housing Project in Dumfries,
Mt. Royal Road receives completion phase of resurfacing
After clamoring for the improvement of their road network for several years, residents, busmen and taxi operators of the Top-Hill / Mt. Royal community will no longer be challenged by the bad road condition in commuting to and from the community in a short time from now.
Independence Radio Quiz Winners Rewarded
Four students on the Sister-Isles of Carriacou and Petite Martinique
Students of L'Esterre Rosary School learn Cassava Farine Production
The Grade six (6) students of the L'Esterre Rosary School
Government to host its own Intercol
The ruling New National Party (NNP) government of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell is
Southern Ring-road Network Completed on the Sister-Isle
To mark the completion of the Belle Vue South Road Project
Prediction of severe dry season
A local pastor has warned that Grenada is heading into a very long dry season
Inaugural Independence Health Fair held on the Sister-isle
As part of the calendar of activities planned for Carriacou and Petite Martinique
Bishop's College Celebrates 55 Years
One of Carriacou's two secondary schools, Bishop's College,
Sea Defense Project to protect the Harvey Vale Main Road in the making
Officials from the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government, upon an assessment of the erosion taking place along the Harvey Vale Main Road yesterday, made the construction of a 200 feet long Sea Defense Wall a priority within the first quarter of 2019.
Princess Royal Hospital receives new Ambulance
One out of three ambulances recently commissioned and handed over to the Ministry of Health, was handed over to the Princess Royal Hospital in Carriacou.
Better living condition for Bogles resident on the Sister-isle
The Government of Grenada, through it's Housing Division
Minister Stewart pays visit to Windward Road Project

As phase 1 of the Windward road expansion proje

L'Esterre Rosary School takes home 8th Annual Michelle Coy Reading Competition title
As all six primary schools on the sister-isles of Carriacou and Petite Martinique
Government and GSWMA focus on Dumfries Landfill
The Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and
Gender and Family joins the global community in celebrating International Men’s Day on the sister-isles
In recognition of November 19th International Men’s Day,
Church Service commences Youth Week activities on the sister-isles
To officially kick off the staging of Youth Week activities in Carriacou and Petite Martinique, the Division of Youth in the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs on Sunday hosted a church service at the Petite Martinique Roman Catholic Church.
Secondary level Field Athletes and P.E Teachers receive training on the Sister-Isles
In preparation for the upcoming athletic season, the Division of Sports in the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs, in conjunction with the Inter-Grenadines Secondary School Athletics Committee hosted a four days training workshop with Field Athletes from Bishop's College and Hillsborough Secondary School and Physical Education Teachers from both primary and secondary schools on the island.
Government engages young men in Petite Martinique in furniture making
Fifteen young men on the sister-isle of Petite Martinique are presently undertaking training in furniture making under the New Imani Program led by the Ministry of Youth, Sports, Culture and the Arts in collaboration with the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs.
New Imani Batch 5 and MPower launches in Carriacou
The Government of Grenada through the Ministry of Youth Development
Government Ministries pay visit to Eldest Person in Grenada and senior citizens on the Sister-Isle
The Ministry of Social Development accompanied by
RGPF gives back to Senior Citizen Home and Daycare Centers in Carriacou
The Northern District of the Royal Grenada Police Force, yesterday, handed over one (1) fruit basket each to the Top-Hill Senior Citizen Home, V & A Daycare and the Christine David Child Development Center.
Government and SDA hands over newly built house on the sister-isle
One man faced with visual disability, Harris Gabriel,
Minister Stewart responds swiftly to flood damages on the Sister-Isle
In response to damages done by heavy rains over the last three (3) days on the sister-isle of Carriacou, Minister of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs, Hon. Kindra Maturine-Stewart, earlier this morning, organized a brigade to immediately address some of the major issues on the island.
Carriacou celebrates a highly successful World Food Day 2018
The Agricultural Division in the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government, in recognition of World Food Day 2018, championed the call for everyone to join forces and take action to eliminate hunger by 2030.
MASA opens Office in Carriacou
To effectively serve its clients, MASA Assist has officially opened its doors to its first office on the sister-isle of Carriacou.
RGPF hands over another Chicken Run
The Northern District of the Royal Grenada Police Force,
New Port Facility opens in Carriacou
After eighteen (18) months of construction work and modification of design, the Grenada Port Authority has finally opened its doors to it's E.C $3.4 Million port facility in Tyrell Bay, Carriacou.
MAREP follows through on the sister-isle
The concluded Marketing and Rural Enterprise Program (MAREP) has kept to it's promises of it's program's guidelines in following through on the implementation of items given to assist farmers on the sister-isle of Carriacou.
Government Addresses Major Coastal Erosion in Petite Martinique
In an effort to address the issue of coastal erosion as a result of rising sea levels in an area known as Sanchez on the island of Petite Martinique, Government has made a significant investment.
Government supports farmers on the sister-isle in Food Security Initiative
The Agricultural Division in the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique
Parliament tables bill to ban styrofoam and plastics
The Keith Mitchell-led government in St. George’s has taken another major stride forward