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GRENADIAN ACCOUNTANT DEFEATS PRIME MINISTER IN COURT St. George -- Prime Minister of Grenada Dr. Keith Mitchell has lost his bid before the High Court of Justice in Grenada to have local Chartered Certified Accountant, Garvey Louison, removed as liquidator of the Grenada Today Newspaper.

18-04-2014
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MORE HOTEL ROOMS FOR CARRIACOU

A POSITIVE BOOST FOR CARRIACOU'S TOURISM SECTORBeausejour -- A top class hotel will soon be opened on the sister isle, Carriacou. It will be located at the Mermaid Tavern, once one of the premier tourist accommodations on the island.

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FAIRLY STABLE....

ADJUSTMENT TO PETROLEUM PRICES FOR APRIL 2014 ST. GEORGE -- Effective, Friday, April 18, 2014, the retail prices of petroleum products (Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene and LPG {Cooking Gas}) in the State of Grenada will be as follows:

17-04-2014
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... BUT IS THE PUBLIC LISTENING?

THE GREEN CONSORTIUM ADVOCATES FOR A GREENER GRENADA ST. GEORGE -- The Green Consortium, a group of St. George's University students, faculty and staff dedicated to environmental sustainability, is partnering with about 14 local entities including homes, churches, supermarkets, vendors, and institutions to assist the Grenada Solid Waste Management

17-04-2014
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OPINION PIECE

TRACING THE ORIGIN OF TRINIDAD'S CARNIVAL TO GRENADA How is it that Carnival, a festival that is so strongly influenced by the French, found its nursery on an island that was never colonized by the French?

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CARIBBEAN LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

CARRIACOU ICT BRIDGE HOSTS FIRST NETWORKING SESSION Hillsborough -- Less than one month after the official launch of the Caribbean Local Economic Development (CARILED) Program sponsored ICT Bridge at the Carriacou Multipurpose Centre, the technology is proving its worth.

17-04-2014
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GRENADIAN VOICE

PURE GRENADA - OUR NEW DESTINATION BRAND It is a bit surprising that Grenada's new destination brand has been launched since February, but almost two months later, it is just beginning to register in the minds of Grenadians as the buzz is becoming louder as the weeks roll on.

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CLIMATE CHANGE

REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTRE FOR CARIBBEAN LAUNCHED WMOusaid -- The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH), with funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID), launched a Regional Climate Centre (RCC) for the Caribbean aimed at helping the Eastern Caribbean improve its ability to understand and predic

16-04-2014
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FINANCIAL NEWS

COMMUNAL CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION LAUNCHES DEBIT CARD St. George -- The Communal Co-operative Credit Union (CCCU) has announced the introduction of its International Debit Card with CONNEX Experience. Grenada Co-operative Bank Limited (Co-op Bank), the Grenada Public Service Credit Union Limited (GPSCCU), in conjunction with the Caribbean Credit Card Corporation (4C's) formed th

16-04-2014
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SUZIE KOLBER WRITES

HOW TO EXPRESS YOUR CONDOLENCES FOR A LOVED ONE It can be difficult to know what to say when someone passes away. Death is often an uncomfortable topic, making it hard to express your feelings of condolence and sympathy to the survivor. Here are some effective ways you can express your condolences based on what is appropriate and what you feel the most comfortable with.

15-04-2014
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Created on 23 April 2014 Written by Rockell Clement George

HUNDREDS FLOCK TO PEARLS FOR FLOW'S 2ND ANNUAL KITE FLYING COMPETITION

St. Andrew -- For the second year in a row, FLOW has hosted its Annual Kite Flying Competition at Pearls Airstrip in St. Andrew. This year GRENLEC signed on as a major partner for this event, which was a highlight of the Easter weekend.

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Created on 22 April 2014 Written by George

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Created on 22 April 2014 Written by CARIBBEAN CLIMATE

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE IPCC 5TH ASSESSMENT REPORT- MITIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE

On April 15th the third and final volume of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report on Climate Change was presented. The report is the most comprehensive survey of scientific knowledge about climate change, updated after the 2007 edition. Working Group 3 of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change focuses on actions and policies for mitigating climate change, that is on the possibility of reducing the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.The report makes clear why climate change cannot be dealt with solely from an environmental point of view, given its powerful financial and economic repercussions, on both the global and domestic levels. While the continuous rise in global emissions furthers us from the aim of maintaining temperature increase below 2° C at the end of the century, science is seeking ways to control climate change that also take into account economic efficiency and equity, for example through market instruments that reduce emissions wherever this is a less expensive option.

 
Created on 22 April 2014 Written by George

MAN CHARGED WITH NON-CAPITAL MURDER

St. George -- A 23 year-old St. David man has been charged with non capital murder following an altercation on Friday 18th April, 2014, which has left another resident dead.

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Created on 22 April 2014 Written by rawle titus

GRENADA ZOOMS-IN ON ITS CULTURAL HERITAGE

ST. GEORGE -- On Friday, April 18, Grenada joined the rest of the UNESCO Member States in the observance of International Monuments and Sites Day, traditionally known as World Heritage Day.

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