Leading newspaper columnists and media watchdog organizations have voiced strong support for claims made by journalists in Grenada, blaming the office of Prime Minister Tillman Thomas for instigating the sacking of newspaper editor Rawle Titus.
If the attendance at the 2012 Budget presentation on Friday and at the Opposition Leader’s rebuttal on Monday is any thing to go by, in terms of measuring the health of the political parties, then they both are in critical condition and need to be urgently placed in “intensive care”.
Foreign Affairs Minister Karl Hood said he supports his government’s budget in principle but is disappointed with the budgetary allocations for his ministry.
Speaker of the House of Representatives George Mc Guire has called on local journalists to refrain from publishing images of Parliamentarians in a compromising position.
by: Rawle Titus Grenada’s Prime Minister Tillman Thomas has confirmed reports that the chairman of his ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) is under police investigation.
A two-man delegation from the Falkland Islands is in the region lobbying for support in their efforts for what they call self-determination.
The Public Relations Officer of Grenada’s ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC) on Wednesday denied rumors of a clash at the party’s executive meeting Tuesday night.