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CONSTITUTION REFORM UPDATE

PRIME MINISTER SEEKS INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR CONSTITUTION REFORM ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell led a delegation to the International Development Partners Conference on Constitution Reform, which was held in Barbados on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.

20-11-2014
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ORDER PAPER

SITTING OF THE SENATE
November 21, 2014
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20-11-2014
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REPUBLIC BANK

THE POWER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE St. George -- Republic Bank, under its Power to Make a Difference programme, has committed $115,000 towards the Common Sense Parenting & Parenting for Literacy – Train the Trainers Pilot Programme. Two schools have been selected for this programme: Grenville R.C. School and J.W. Fletcher Catholic Secondary School.

20-11-2014
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CONTROLLING MOSQUITO POPULATION

LUXURY RESORT CALABASH GRENADA LEADS THE WAY IN MOSQUITO CONTROL St. George – Calabash Grenada has taken a proactive approach to pest control by enlisting the expertise of Trudy Rilling-Collins who is one of the world's leading experts in providing environmentally responsible mosquito control programs for tropical resorts.

19-11-2014
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19-11-2014
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OPINION PIECE

GRENADA CONSTITUTION REFORM: DEMOCRACY AND FINANCE Finance always poses a 'disadvantage and danger' to Democracy, when 'power and control' is sought at all cost.  Whilst it is welcome news that monies would be amassed to aid with the Constitution Reform Project in Grenada, it must be of grave concern about the plans and procedures for the use of the monies.   In fact, there should

18-11-2014
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A SOMEWHAT DEEPER LOOK....

CABLE & WIRELESS US$3B DEAL TO ACQUIRE COLUMBUS EXPOSES VULNERABILITIES IN CARIBBEAN TELECOM SECTOR When Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) announced an agreement to acquire Columbus International, news of the deal sparked widespread concerns about the impact of reduced competition on consumer pricing, infrastructure investment and wider economic development in the Caribbean.

18-11-2014
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TELECOM GIANTS AT WAR

DIGICEL RESPONDS TO STATEMENTS MADE BY CABLE & WIRELESS Kingston --Digicel today called on all regulatory bodies throughout the Caribbean to see through the smokescreen put up by Cable & Wireless/Columbus and subject the proposed transaction to the fullest regulatory scrutiny.

18-11-2014
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ISSUES SURROUNDING RENEWABLE ENERGY

CaPRI HOSTs RENEWABLE ENERGY WORKSHOP FOR GRENADA St. George -- A Renewable Energy Workshop sponsored by The Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI) will be held in Grenada on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 at the Public Workers Union.  Representatives from both public and private sectors have been invited to participate and contribute valuable insights on issues surrounding

18-11-2014
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STATEMENT FROM GNCRC

UNIVERSAL CHILDREN'S DAY St. George -- The Grenada National Coalition of the Rights of the Child (GNCRC) observes Universal Children's Day on 20th November 2014. The day marks the adoption of the Declaration of the Rights of the Child in 1959 and the Convention of the Rights of the Child in 1989. It's the day countries are encouraged to establish a working alliance to understand

18-11-2014
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Created on 23 November 2014 Written by TAX PAYERS ASSN

SAVING GRENADA'S DYING ECONOMY

Time and again, we are looking overseas for grants and help to save Grenada's dying economy. We can't live without masters -- local or foreign, economic or spiritual. This dependency and slave mentality are the main reasons for our problems.

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Created on 23 November 2014 Written by VT

YOU'VE FINALLY GOT IT, GIS!!!!

My article of 13th November headlined  "Who is in Charge at GIS?" has finally brought a positive result.

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Created on 22 November 2014 Written by NEW TODAY

NEW DATE FOR REFERENDUM

St. George -- Grenadians will have to wait a little while longer before they go to the polls to vote for changes to the 1974 Constitution document.  Officials of the Keith Mitchell-led government in St. George's had first given the date of February 10t, 2015 for the holding of the referendum in order to get a two-thirds majority of the electorate to effect the change.

Read more: THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO HMMM...
 
Created on 22 November 2014 Written by CANADIAN GOVT

ST. KITTS AND NEVIS CITIZENS NEED A VISA TO TRAVEL TO CANADA

Bridgetown, Barbados — As of 12:00 p.m. EST today, citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis will require a visa to travel to Canada.

 Canada is implementing the visa requirement on visitors travelling from St. Kitts and Nevis due to concerns about the issuance of passports and identity management practices with its Citizenship by Investment program.

Read more: NOT TAKING ANY CHANCES....
 
Created on 21 November 2014 Written by Antonia Graham

DIGICEL CALLS ON TATT TO WITHSTAND JOINT CABLE & WIRELESS/COLUMBUS PRESSURE TO LIMIT REGULATORY APPROVALS PROCESS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Port of Spain -- Digicel today publicly called on the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) to hold firm and withstand the severe pressure being applied by UK based Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) and Columbus International Inc. (Columbus) to rapidly approve the proposed acquisition of Columbus by CWC.

Read more: DIGICEL VS C AND W
 

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Not unlike what was done to Grenada, Canada has now slapped a visa requirement on St. Kitts/Nevis as of this weekend.... "due to concerns about the issuance of passports and identity management practices with its Citizenship by Investment program." Notwithstanding that we already have the visa requirement around our necks, does this make you have second thoughts about Grenada's CBI?

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