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POOR AND EMBARRASSING

CAMERON MUST GO Bridgetown - According to the Caribbean Media Corporation, long serving regional Prime Minister Dr Ralph Gonsalves has blasted the leadership of West Indies Cricket Board president Dave Cameron as "poor" and "embarrassing", and says the Jamaican executive needs to be axed or resign as head of the regional entity.

27-01-2015
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SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER PRICES

WORLD FUEL PRICES PUSH ELECTRICITY RATE TO LOWEST LEVEL IN FOUR YEARS St. George – According to the Grenada Electricity Services Ltd. (GRENLEC) lower fuel prices on the world market have significantly lowered the cost of electricity here in Grenada.

27-01-2015
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FOR REAL?

HEAVYWEIGHT AMERICAN INVESTORS EYING GRENADA'S ENERGY SECTORST. GEORGE -- A group of heavyweight American investors are in Grenada exploring opportunities in several key sectors -- including energy.

27-01-2015
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FINALLY --- A STATEMENT!!!!

CUSTOMS INVESTIGATING CONTAINER WITH UNDECLARED ITEMS ST. GEORGE -- It has come to the attention of the Division of Customs and Excise, Ministry of Finance and Energy, that the importation of a container, including items donated to the Ministry of Health, by a Grenadian living abroad, has been the subject of public speculation over the past few weeks.

27-01-2015
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INVITATION FROM GTA

BECOME A HOMESTAY HOSTSt. George - With just under two thousand registered rooms in Grenada, Carriacou, Petite Martinique, the Grenada Tourism Authority's new Homestay programme aims to expand the nation's room stock while diversifying its tourism product.

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GRENADA COOPERATIVE BANK

A REPORT ON THE BANKS PERFORMANCE AS A SERVICE DELIVERY COMPANY St. George -- In the context of the global, regional, and local service industries where organizations are placing emphasis on cost cutting and down-sizing and other measures, customers and customer service as a whole, are being negatively affected.  The approach to service is sometimes seen as damage contr

26-01-2015
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FIRST, MANAGE WHAT YOU'VE GOT

NEW HEALTH MINISTER BACKS NEW HOSPITAL ST. GEORGE – New Health Minister Hon. Nicholas Steele has repeated his support for a new hospital for Grenada but says the management of existing hospitals must first be improved.

26-01-2015
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MITCHELL'S IN WASHINGTON

PRIME MINISTER AND MINISTER OF ENERGY PARTICIPATES IN ENERGY SECURITY SUMMIT IN DC ST. GEORGE – Prime Minister Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell is in Washington DC, along with fellow Caribbean Heads of Government and their delegations, for the first ever Caribbean Energy Security Summit, an initiative of the United States Department of State.

26-01-2015
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ANOTHER GRAB FOR CALABASH

CALABASH GRENADA RANKED ONE OF THE TOP HOTELS IN THE CARIBBEAN BY TRIP ADVISOR St. George -- With its reputation for combining five star service and luxury within a relaxed and intimate environment, Calabash Grenada (www.CalabashHotel.com), is honoured to have been selected for three TripAdvisor Traveller's Choice Awards in January 2015.

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THE SENTINEL

WESTMORLAND JUNIOR SCHOOL STUDENTS CONVERSE  WITH tWRF"A child-more than all other gifts that earth can offer to declining man, brings hope with it and forward looking thoughts." William Wordsworth's Silas Mana. St. George -- On Monday January 19, 2015 Grenada's "hope and forward looking thoughts" became manifest as tw

26-01-2015
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Created on 22 September 2014 Written by George
 
Created on 01 February 2015 Written by George Grant

ALLEGATIONS MADE AGAINST GEORGE GRANT

I am aware of an audio file which was published on YouTube on January 30, 2015; and have since been made aware that it is a recording which occurred at a public meeting of the National Democratic Congress in Birchgrove this past week. The audio file runs for 6-minutes and 7-seconds.

Read more: STATEMENT FROM GRANT COMMUNICATIONS
 
Created on 31 January 2015 Written by GEORGE BRIZAN

A MEANINGFUL INDEPENDENCE

On February 7th, 1997, Grenada will be celebrating twenty-three years of independence. This day has to be a moment of pride and joy to all patriotic Grenadians, provided of course that "independence" was meaningful and not meaningless.

Read more: GEORGE BRIZAN REMEMBERED
 
Created on 31 January 2015 Written by garp

GARP REACHES CARRIACOU AND PETITE MARTINIQUE

St. George -- Grenada Association of Retired Persons has launched a new chapter in Carriacou. The Founder/President of GARP, Carol Vazquez, together with a team of members from the Grenada chapter traveled to Carriacou for the grand meeting and to officially launch the Carriacou and Petite Martinique Zone of GARP of the Association.

Read more: SENIORS' ORGANIZATION EXPANDS
 
Created on 30 January 2015 Written by BRITISH HICOM

CORE SKILLS IN FINANCIAL INVESTIGATIONS TRAINING FOR GRENADA

Bridgetown -- Investigators from seven jurisdictions, including Grenada, have attended a ten day training course in core skills in financial investigations delivered by UK experts.  22 investigators have learnt how to investigate money laundering, so that they can better prosecute the top tier of criminality and help confiscate their assets.

Read more: ASSET RECOVERY/MONEY LAUNDERING
 

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