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CDB Hosts Conference Targeting Public Sector Leaders
Conference raised awareness of the value of Project Cycle Management tools
Grenada pledges US$100,000 to initial Dorian relief effort in the Bahamas
Government of Grenada has pledged US $100,000 to Bahamas
World Bank provides US$15 million to promote a resilient digital economy in Grenada
The World Bank Board approved US$15 million for Grenada
ICT
Prime Minister calls for greater regional collaboration in technology
Grenada’s Prime Minister and Lead Head
Grenada Police
Prime Minister pleased with positive image of Grenada's Police Force
Prime Minister and Minister for National Security,
Prime Minister welcomes Windies win but wants meaningful Change in West Indies Cricket
Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell has welcomed
Prime Minister meets with Integrity Commission investigation Team
Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell has met with the
Prime Minister welcomes alliance between Silversands and Farmers
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell
Prime Minister welcomes huge Investment and Re-branding of Grenadian by Rex Resorts by new Majority Shareholders
Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell
Prime Minister Mitchell receives major award
Prime Minister & Minister of Finance, Dr. Keith Mitchell received Finance Minister of the Year for the Caribbean.
Two prominent Grenadians recognised globally
The Grenada government Monday said two nationals, including Prime Minister Dr. Keith Rowley, have been recognised internationally for their work in their respective fields.
Finance Minister of the Year, Caribbean- Dr. Keith Mitchell, Grenada
Post-IMF fiscal resilience rebuilds confidence
Grenada Prime Minister: "Preparedness, preparedness, preparedness. Hurricanes provided a wake-up call for us"
Last year’s record number of hurricanes of high intensity and the devastation which unfolded were stark reminders that countries can better prepare for...