As we approach and make preparations for the traditional Christmas Season importers and merchandisers who are now in the process of acquiring seasonal goods for sale, are reminded that it is illegal to import, offer for sale or make available firebombs/firecrackers/scratch bombs.
In an effort to help curb the growing problem of loitering by school children in the town of St. George after school hours, the Royal Grenada Police Force is calling on parents and guardians to step up with their responsibility and ensure that their children get at home within a reasonable time.
The RGPF is concerned with the increase in uniformed children who loiter in the area of the bus terminus and its environs as well as behind the Bruce Street mall on a daily basis.
The Royal Grenada Police Force is sounding an early warning to importers, retailers, and the general public that it is an offense to import, sell or deal in military uniforms without permission from the relevant authority.
The Licence Department at Inland Revenue has resumed normal business. Drivers Licence holders, if unable to visit the office or is overseas, can send their document with payment receipt to have their Licence updated.