LIME caters for the SGU Market

After a week of sales activities at the St. George’s University, LIME is reporting a total of 664 new mobile sign ups out of the 800 new students. A team of fourteen engaged the new students with offers tailored specifically to them. LIME has been conducting these sale activities on the SGU campus for over 10 years and was the first company to begin the initiative. The company says the venture is aimed at bringing the products and services directly to the students. The students enjoyed specials on handsets and credit, as well as LIME branded items such as mugs, … Continue reading

Arthur Braveboy Remanded To Prison

Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill has denied twenty-five year old Arthur Braveboy bail on several criminal charges including Attempt to Commit Non-Capital Murder. The accused appeared before the St. George’s No.1 Magistrate’s court on Friday where the charges were read to him. Braveboy, a Mechanic of Woolwich Road, St. George, was slapped with five other charges – Possession of Firearm, Possession of Ammunition, Damage to Property, Assault with a Deadly Instrument and Possession with intent to Endanger Life. The Chief Magistrate denied a request made for bail by defense attorney, Peter David and ordered that the alleged offender be kept in … Continue reading

The passing of a legal great

The Caribbean and international community has lost a giant in the legal field with the passing of Karl Terrence Hudson-Phillips, Q.C. The Trinidad-born Hudson-Phillips who has practiced in many of the courts in the Caribbean, Europe and elsewhere died at the age of 80 while on a visit to London, England. This was a lawyer extraordinaire and par excellence that even many in the legal profession in Grenada and the Caribbean were not capable of carrying his bag with his law books to serve as his junior in matters before the law courts. Hudson-Phillips was to put it simple and … Continue reading

Huggins initiative to deal with crop theft

Geo. F. Huggins & Co., G’da Ltd and the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) have partnered in an effort to bring an end to Praedial Larceny on the island. The two have unveiled a new billboard initiative during the launch of Foodland’s new Food Club product brand launch held last week Thursday. The new initiative will see one Billboard placed strategically in every parish throughout the country including Carriacou and Petite Martinique. Director and Executive Assistant to the CEO of Geo F. Huggins & Co., (G’da) Ltd, Anya Menezes-Chow Chung spoke passionately about the new initiative and the plight of … Continue reading

NCC gives details of the independence plans

The staging of the annual Independence Parade for 2014 moves back to the morning period at the National Stadium at Queen’s Park, according to Deputy Chairman of the National Celebrations Committee, Adrian Francis. “On Independence Day most of you would have realised over the years that we had Independence in the afternoon. This year it is moving to the morning, because we want persons to integrate,” he told reporters at a press conference. Francis said he wants people to come to the Stadium in the morning time to enjoy the parade and then go back to their respective communities and … Continue reading

William Joseph speaks out

MEMBERSHIP/RESIGNATION I decided to become a member of the NDC in January, 2012 at a time when my role in defence of democracy and responsible political conduct in the NDC called for me to have a formal relationship with the Party. I remained an ordinary member until January 6, 2014 when I tendered my resignation. I make a distinction between Party membership and support for the NDC as the latter is not dependent on the former. My decision to resign was based entirely on evidence of serious misconduct, specifically; a set of deliberate lies (identified in my report of November … Continue reading

Sandals Guests give to local charity

An American couple holidaying at the newly open and luxurious Sandals LaSource Hotel have surprisingly provided some much needed assistance to the School for Special Education in the Limes, Grand Anse, St. George’s. The faculty, staff and students not having prior knowledge of the visitors’ desire to come to the assistance of the school were, on Monday, presented with a welcome gift of groceries and school supplies. “The Principal just got a call saying a client from Sandals would like to visit the school and that was the surprise we got,” said Teacher at the school, Patricia Williams. The female … Continue reading

Watershed Convention for NDC

With one week to go before the annual Convention of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) it remains unclear who will emerge as Political Leader of the party. Former Prime Minster and Political Leader of Congress Tillman Thomas has already indicated that he is stepping down from the leadership position of the party. The main highlight of the NDC Convention which takes place on Sunday, February 2nd at the Westerhall Secondary School in St David’s is the election of Officers. Both front runners for the leadership position of the embattled NDC, Senator Nazim Burke who is the Deputy Political Leader, and … Continue reading

LIME strengthens Leadership Team

LIME has announced four new senior appointments to further strengthen its regional management and customer-service structures as the company steps up its drive to deliver even better service to customers and reinforce its position as the Caribbean’s leading telecommunications provider. Geraldine Pitt has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the LIME Southern Cluster, comprising of Saint Lucia, Dominica, Grenada and St. Vincent & the Grenadines. LIME has also appointed Jan Remmeleg, Bill McCabe and Oliver Chatten as CEO’s of the company’s Northern Cluster, Cayman Islands and Barbados businesses respectively. All four appointments are effective immediately. A Grenadian by birth, Ms … Continue reading

A new initiative from Foodland

Foodland Supermarket has introduced a new brand of products to the local market ahead of Grenada’s 40th Anniversary of Independence. Known as “Food Club”, it was officially introduced to the Grenadian public last week Thursday during a ceremony at Foodland along the Kirani James Boulevard (formerly Lagoon Road) outlet. Director and Executive Assistant to the CEO of Geo F. Huggins & Co., (G’da) Ltd, Anya Menezes-Chow Chung said that the Food Club line of products brings to the local market a fantastic line of grocery products under the Food Club Brand. She referred to the products that came about due … Continue reading