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MOH COMMENCES THE REMOVAL OF DERELICT VEHICLES IN ST. GEORGE
St. George -- The Ministry of Health appears to be serious about leaving no stones unturned in its ongoing national response to the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

21-05-2016
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TRAVEL NEWS

THE GTA HOPES TO INCREASE ARRIVALS FROM CANADA
St. George -- CEO of the Grenada Tourism Authority, Rudy Grant led a three-member delegation on a five day visit to Toronto where they conducted sales calls, attended meetings and engaged in destination training sessions in an effort to boost visitor arrivals from Canada.

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WORD FROM THE CBU

WIPO CARIBBEAN SEMINAR ON BROADCAST LICENSING IN THE DIGITAL AGE St. Michael -- The Caribbean Broadcasting Union (CBU) will be partnering with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and CARICOM to build awareness of intellectual property challenges facing the region's broadcasters.

20-05-2016
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THE LATEST IMF REPORT ON GRENADA

IMF EXECUTIVE BOARD CONCLUDES ARTICLE IV CONSULTATION WITH GRENADA AND FOURTH REVIEW UNDER THE EXTEND CREDIT FACILITY WITH GRENADA AND APPROVES US$2.8 MILLION DISBURSEMENT On May 18, 2016 the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation1 with Grenada and the fourth review of Grenada's performance under a program supported by a three-year arrangeme

20-05-2016
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'SEEN HIM?

WANTED MAN – ARTHUR BRITTON St. George -- Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating Arthur Britton, 38 years, Fisherman of Gouyave Estate, St. John who is wanted for questioning in relation to a sexual offence. Britton is dark in complexion, approximately five feet eight inches in height, medium built with dark brown eyes and black hair. Anyone seeing B

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EASTERN CARIBBEAN CENTRAL BANK

ECCB CONNECTS This week’s episode of ECCB Connects premiering 18 May 2016, features Leon Cuffy - a graduate of the ECCB Savings and Investment Course and Small Business Workshops, discussing how his participation in those programmes has impacted his business development.

19-05-2016
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SOON TO BE COMPLETED

GRENLEC'S LARGEST SOLAR PROJECT UNDER CONSTRUCTIONSt. George -- Grenada's largest renewable project, being implemented by Grenlec, will be completed over the next 3 months.

19-05-2016
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ANOTHER CHANCE TO VENT

IAGDO TO HOST NATIONAL POLICY DIALOGUE ON THE ISSUE OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY St. George -- The Inter Agency Group of Development Organisations (IAGDO), in collaboration with the regional Caribbean Consultative Working Group (CCWG) of the (NGO) Caribbean Policy Development Centre and the Commonwealth Foundation, will host a half-day  National Policy Dialogue on Sustainable Energ

19-05-2016
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POST CABINET BRIEFING (Audio)

FACILITATOR: HON. NICKOLAS STEELE
Offended by Grenlec Statement
Second case of Zika virus
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18-05-2016
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KEEP THOSE "SKEETERS" AWAY

SECOND ZIKA CASE IN GRENADAST. GEORGE -- Grenada has recorded its second case of the ZIKA Virus less than one month after announcing the first case in St. Andrew.

18-05-2016
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Created on 24 May 2016 Written by Dame Cecile La Grenade

STATEMENT FROM THE GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE PASSING OF SIR REGINALD PALMER

ST. GEORGE - It was with great sadness that the nation learned of the death of Sir Reginald Palmer, the fourth Governor General of Grenada.

Read more: A GOOD HEART HAS STOPPED BEATING
 
Created on 23 May 2016 Written by George

ELECRICITY SUPPLY BILL 2016
Hon. Oliver Joseph
Trade and Economic Development Minister
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Created on 23 May 2016 Written by MOF (Energy Division)

MOVING FORWARD WITH THE EXPLORATION OF GRENADA'S GEOTHERMAL POTENTIAL

ST. GEORGE -- In Keeping with the Geothermal Support Partnership Framework Agreement that was signed in 2014, between the Governments of Grenada and New Zealand, aimed at facilitating the exploration and eventual use of geothermal energy the following have now been completed:

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Created on 23 May 2016 Written by Norris Mitchell

GOUYAVE R.C CHURCH STEEPLE - OUR DISAPPEARING HERITAGE

The former St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church at the corner of St. Francis and St. Dominique's streets in Gouyave was built around 1810, on the site of an older church, and its Tower, or Steeple as it is called by Gouyavarians, has been a local landmark ever since, as it dominates the Gouyave skyline, as seen from Palmiste when one approaches Gouyave from the south and presents a post-card vista of the town.

Read more: THE SENTINEL
 

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