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NO SEED GRANTS St. George – Please be advised that SEED Grants for SEED children would not be paid for the month of July 2015.   Payment of Grants for children will resume in August for the re-opening of school.

28-07-2015
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OUCH!

CHINESE EMBASSY WINS TABLE TENNIS SERIES St. George -- The staff of the Chinese Embassy in Grenada recorded a three-two victory over a contingent of local players in a friendly series between the two teams last Saturday at the Public Workers Union Building.

28-07-2015
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BIG WEEKEND IF CARIACOU

GRENLEC CONTRIBUTES TO CARRIACOU'S 50TH REGATTA FESTIVALBeausejour - One of the region's biggest summer festivals, the Carriacou Regatta Festival is celebrating its golden jubilee, fifty years.

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KARAOKE COMPETITION

OVER 15K IN PRIZES WON AT PRICKLY BAY L'Anse aux Epines -- Three talented Grenadians have been awarded a cash sum of $10,000.00XCD at the close of Prickly Bay Marina's first ever Grand Karaoke Competition which began in May.

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A 2013 CRUISE REPORT

EXPLORATION OF THE KICK' EM JENNY UNDERWATER VOLCANO (NA039) Click here to read

28-07-2015
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END OF ANOTHER SEASON....

PRIME MINISTER MITCHELL CONGRATULATES THE TRINIDAD RED STEEL ON THEIR VICTORY ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister Keith Mitchell HAS congratulated the Trinidad Red Steel on their victory in the 2015 Hero Caribbean Premier League Twenty20 Cricket Tournament.

27-07-2015
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WELCOME HOME....

REMINDER ON CHANGES MADE TO RETURNING NATIONALS PROGRAMME ST. GEORGE -- As part of the reforms under the prevailing Homegrown Programme, the concessions to Returning National were adjusted as of May 9th, 2014.

27-07-2015
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A MILESTONE FOR SAMS....

SAMS CELEBRATES 17 YEARS OF SERVICE IN GRENADASt. George -- St. Augustine's Medical Services Inc. (SAMS), Grenada's leading provider of quality, professional and affordable health care is celebrating 17 years of service since it first opened its doors in July 1998.

27-07-2015
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A SIGH OF RELIEF

KICK-'em-JENNY BECOMES QUIET AND ALERT LEVEL LOWERED TO YELLOW St. George -- On Sunday July 26th, 2015, at 3:00 p.m., the Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies indicated that it had issued the final bulleting for the current eruption of the Kick-'em-Jenny under water Volcano. The SRC noted that as of 6:00 p.m., on Saturday July 25th, to 3:00 p.m., on Sunday

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THE DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT BUSINESS

UNTOUCHABLE IN THE NAME OF GRENADA (Translation from German, original: Sonntgszeitung, 26th July 2015) Geneva -- The property behind the two-meter high wall in the noble Geneva suburb of Vandœuvres covers an area of six soccer fields. It offers a 9-hole golf course, a swimming pool, a tennis court.

27-07-2015
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Created on 02 August 2015 Written by E.R. Buckmire

THOUGHTS ON PRAEDIAL LARCENY

The following are my thoughts on so-called Praedial Larceny or what I usually call "Farm Tieffing."

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Created on 02 August 2015 Written by CSO

COMMENTS ON DRAFT ELECTRICITY BILL 2015

1.      Sustainable Energy for All:

The Post 2015 Agenda which emerged out of the Rio + 20 Summit in 2012 is described as "a plan, for people, planet and prosperity".  Among the goals articulated by the Post 2015Agenda is Sustainable Goal 7, Sustainable Energy for All   (SE4ALL) - " Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all".  Broadly the SDG 7 targets to be achieved by the year 2030 are:

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Created on 02 August 2015 Written by New National Party

NNP MOURNS EXECUTIVE MEMBER

St. George --  The New National Party (NNP) takes this opportunity to offer its condolences to the family, friends and co-workers of Mr. Gabriel Henry.

Mr. Henry, a former caretaker for the St. David Constituency, Executive Member of the NNP and Former President of the Grenada Cricket Association, passed away in Cuba on Saturday, after sustaining tragic injuries in a vehicular accident there last week.

Over the years, Mr. Henry's love and passion for all things Grenadian had propelled him to the fore of community and sporting activities, particularly in the parish of St. David.

Parliamentary Representative for the Constituency of St. David, and close friend of Mr. Henry, Hon. Oliver Joseph, has said that the death of Mr. Henry is a massive loss for Grenada, but particularly so for the people of St.  David.

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Created on 31 July 2015 Written by Terrence walters

NADMA AND THE SRC CONTINUE TO MONITOR KICK-'EM-JENNY

St. George -- The Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies, continues to monitor the Kick-'em-Jenny under water Volcano. The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA), continues to collaborate with the SRC and will provide updates to the general public.

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Created on 31 July 2015 Written by ECTEL

CONSTRUCTIVE ENGAGEMENT TO INCREASE BROADBAND UPTAKE

Miami -- Managing Director of the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL), Mr. Embert Charles has emphasized the need for a constructive engagement of telecommunications service providers, consumers, regulators and policy makers to address the factors which hinder the slow uptake of broadband in the region.

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