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CARIBBEAN SHOCK AT AIRFARE RISE FOLLOWING TAX CUT
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THE EAGLE APP HAS LANDED!

ALLYDAY CREATIVE PROJECTS HAS DONE IT AGAIN!St. George -- This eagle-eyed, innovative, creative design company has just launched a new app. This latest innovation complements their already impressive customer offering. Current advertisers in their internationally renowned magazine, Lime & Dine Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique are being offered a free, complimentary

15-04-2014
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GRENADA TOURISM BRANDING ISSUE A distinction needs to be made between a national brand and a tourism brand. However, while one branding may serve both purposes, many destinations tend to choose a pure stand tourism brand. For example, in the case of St Lucia, they recently re-branded their tourism from "St. Lucia-Simply Beautiful" to "St Lucia". But St. Lucia is

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OPINION PIECE

GRENADA CONSTITUTION REFORM : NATIONAL STAKEHOLDERS, DECLARE YOUR STANCE ! A previous call has been made for "independent, vigilant and forthright individuals" to come forward in constituting an Opposing Team on the "final proposals" for Constitutional Reform in Grenada.     This is quite fitting and relevant based on the 'one sided institutional configuration' surrounding th

14-04-2014
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ENCOURAGING NEWS

IMF TO DECIDE ON GRENADA PROGRAM IN EARLY MAY ST. GEORGE -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) wants to meet early next month to approve Grenada's Home Grown Structural Adjustment program.

14-04-2014
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PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE

MEDIA EXPERT TO ASSESS TAMCC'S MEDIA STUDIES PROGRAMME St. George – The T.A. Marryshow Community College will be hosting the University of Guyana's Dean of Social Sciences, Dr. Paloma Mohamed, on her three-day visit to Grenada. Dr. Mohamed's visit to the College will be to assess the Associate Degree in Media Studies which was jointly developed between the two institutions and

14-04-2014
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WOULDN'T THIS BE GREAT!!!

PM MITCHELL DISCUSSES EXPANDING GRENADA'S KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY WITH MASTER PLANNERS ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister, Dr. The Right Honourable Keith C. Mitchell, met with H.O.K. Master Planners and Architects in Washi‎ngton DC to discuss his vision for expanding Grenada's Knowledge Economy.

14-04-2014
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FACE-TO-FACE VIRTUAL LEARNING

TABLETS FOR STUDENT PROGRAM INCHES CLOSER TO REALITY ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister, Keith Mitchell has held follow-up talks with CEO ‎Vahan H. Gureghian, Max Tribble and Rev. Terrence Griffith of the Philadelphia based CSMI Education Management, on the way forward for the proposed CSMI-Grenada High Tech Classroom program.‎

14-04-2014
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SHE WAS ENCOURAGED

US UNDER SECRETARY BACKS GRENADA'S ROBUST BID TO REVAMP THE ECONOMY ST. GEORGE -- United States Department of State Under Secretary for Political Affairs, Wendy Sherman, has expressed support for Grenada's ongoing and active engagement with the IMF, the World Bank and The Paris Club. The US Under Secretary expressed her sentiments to Prime Minister Keith Mitchell during a meetin

13-04-2014
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Created on 17 April 2014 Written by Deanna Isaac

A POSITIVE BOOST FOR CARRIACOU'S TOURISM SECTOR

Beausejour -- 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.

Read more: MORE HOTEL ROOMS FOR CARRIACOU
 
Created on 17 April 2014 Written by Energy Division

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:

Read more: FAIRLY STABLE....
 
Created on 17 April 2014 Written by Samantha Ince-John

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 Authority (GSWMA) in its waste management initiatives.

Read more: ... BUT IS THE PUBLIC LISTENING?
 
Created on 17 April 2014 Written by George

AWARDS FOR REPORTING TAX COMPLIANCE ISSUES

Bridgetown -- Whistleblowers are an important part of the IRS tax compliance program, and can receive substantial awards if the IRS uses their information.  The IRS Whistleblower Office can award up to 30 percent of the additional tax, penalty and other amounts it collects.

Read more: WANTED: WHISTLEBLOWERS!!!
 
Created on 17 April 2014 Written by Arley Gill

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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