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NATIONAL CONSULTATION ON CONSTITUTION REFORM Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 2.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. Grenada Trade Centre, Grand Anse

15-10-2014
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A PROACTIVE STEP...

GRENADA WANTS OECS TO CONSIDER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO SAFEGUARD AGAINST EBOLA ST. GEORGE -- The Grenada Government says it remains committed towards protecting its citizens as the world races against time for an urgent solution to stop the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

14-10-2014
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J.R. FOUNDATION

BOOST FOR SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN GRENADA London -- The Jason Roberts Foundation, along with some of its key partners, are finalising plans for their next trip to Grenada later this month, to deliver sport and physical activity sessions to the students of St Andrew, Victoria and The Limes Special Educational Needs Schools.

14-10-2014
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THE RULING

BENOIT TRIUMPHS IN COURT St. George --- Back in September of 2013, then Supervisor of Elections, Judy Benoit was summarily dismissed by the Governor General, Dame Cecile LaGrenade -- a dismissal which was challenged by Benoit in the courts on the basis that it was improper, irrational, unreasonable and in breach of the principles of natural justice.

14-10-2014
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TCS NEW YORK MARATHON

THREE GRENADIANS TO RUN THEIR FIRST EVER MARATHON FOR CHARITY, REACHWITHIN ST GEORGE -- Grenadians Jerry Bascombe, Dennis Mason and Anderson Simon, will have the experience of a lifetime when they take part in the TCS New York Marathon on Sunday, November 2. They will navigate the 26.2 mile run, through five boroughs and over five bridges, to raise funds for the charity, reachwit

14-10-2014
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CLIMATE CHANGE

GRENADA RAISES ITS INTERNATIONAL PROFILE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CONTROLLING CLIMATE CHANGE WASHINGTON -- With the United Nation's Secretary General's Climate Summit as a backdrop, World Bank President, Dr. Jim Kim hosted a special global round-table to launch a global leadership coalition for putting a price on carbon.

14-10-2014
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CULTURE

GUT CREDIT UNION LAUNCHES CALYPSO PROGRAMMESt. George -- On Saturday, the G.U.T. Credit Union launched its second year of the 'Pass the Torch' calypso programme. The programme aims to teach children the art form of calypso and develop their writing and performing skills.

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THE SENTINEL

tWRF VISITS HISTORIC BRIDGE IN ST. MARKSt. George -- It was a sunny Thursday morning on October 9th, 2014 that members of the Willie Redhead Foundation assembled at the Spiceland Mall Car Park at Grand Anse, to be transported by celebrated Tour Operator: Mandoo Seales, who is also an active member of the Foundation, to Crayfish Bay (Non Pariel) St. Mark. Purpose? To interview Mr. Kim Russel, o

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ECCU

BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM AND INNOVAION St. George -- The Business Symposium and Innovation Forum is a product of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and is designed to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on the linkages between innovation, competitiveness and business success. Participants are expected to include: entrepreneurs, business executives, managers and

13-10-2014
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Created on 22 September 2014 Written by George
 
Created on 20 October 2014 Written by George

GOVERNMENT ORDERS CHIME FM OFF THE AIR

Please be advised that, as of 12:10pm today, the Government of Grenada advised CHIME FM to cease and desist from broadcasting with immediate effect.  The order was made because the station was allegedly operating without a license.

The management of CHIME FM thanks you for your support over recent months, and apologizes for any inconvenience this outage may cause.

 
Created on 20 October 2014 Written by Ray O'Keiffe

OECS POISED TO TAKE A HARMONIZED APPROACH TO MANAGING CHIKUNGUNYA AND EBOLA

OECS Commission, Castries - The 1st Council of OECS Health Ministers meeting held on Thursday 16th October 2014, in Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines, identified Chikungunya and Ebola as the most urgent public health priorities facing the region at this time. Given the actual and potential socio-economic impact of both diseases to the people across the region and the economies of our tourism dependent countries, ministers present appreciated the need to be proactive in responding to the spread and impact of Chikungunya and the threat of Ebola.

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Created on 19 October 2014 Written by William Joseph

CONSTITUTION REFORM: UNRULY HORSES OR RECKLESS GATEKEEPERS

Constitution Reform of the scope and nature now being contemplated and canvassed in Grenada goes to the very root of building our Grenadian civilisation. Nevertheless, this important national emergency is constrained by the existence of a handicapped democracy and the fact that we have been led into becoming a desperate people, over the last forty years. These conditions make it very difficult for the identification of pathways to sound judgment and rational conduct -- especially on the part of some critical players in the society; yet serious efforts towards this end are required and must be undertaken.

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Created on 18 October 2014 Written by Petra Charles - Joseph

ADJUSTMENT TO PETROLEUM PRICES FOR OCTOBER 2014

ST. GEORGE -- Effective Saturday, October 18, 2014, the retail prices of petroleum products (Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene and LPG {Cooking Gas}) in the State of Grenada will be as follows:

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