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GRENLEC SURVEY

ARE YOU READY FOR AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE St. George -- GRENLEC is gathering information to assess the possible incorporation of Electric Vehicles (EV) into Grenada's transportation mix. To this end, the Company is inviting you to complete this brief 6-question online survey.  Please click here.  Thank you.

23-04-2015
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NABBED!

TRAFFICKED NEPALESE STUDENTS DETAINED IN GRENADA ST GEORGE, Grenada (CMC) – Grenada police Wednesday confirmed that they had detained seven Nepalese students, reported missing in St Lucia over the last weekend.

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MAREP

MARKET ACCESS RESEARCH STUDY St. George -- Market Access & Rural Enterprise Development Programme (MAREP) and CUSO International, Canada (CUSO) share a common goal to reduce poverty and vulnerability within poor communities in Grenada. As such, a joint Market Access Research Study was recently conducted by the two organizations – each sharing their strengths to execute the

22-04-2015
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AGRICULTURE

4-H MOVEMENT LAUNCHES A LIVESTOCK REVOLVING PROGRAMME IN CARRIACOUBeausejour -- With the support and contribution of a number of farmers; the 4-H Movement is being revitalized on the sister isle of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

22-04-2015
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PUBLIC NOTICE

REVIEW OF THE MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE OF MARINE PROTECTED AREAS Hillsborough -- The Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry, Fisheries and Environment invite all interested persons and stakeholders to a consultation to review the management and governance of Marine Protected Area

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COP SHOP

SUSPECTED HUMAN TRAFFICKING St. George -- Seven Nepalese nationals are currently in police custody after arriving Grenada via boat on Tuesday 21st April, 2015 from St. Lucia.

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HOPEFUL NEWS

CARICOM AND WICB REACH AGREEMENT ON WEST INDIES CRICKET ST GEORGE (CMC) – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the CARICOM committee on cricket governance say they have ended a "productive" meeting where an agreement has been reached on "the way forward" for West Indies cricket.

21-04-2015
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CWC, OFFICIAL 2016 OLYMPIC BROADCASTER

REGION TO BENEFIT FROM EXCLUSIVE MULTI-PLATFORM STREAMING Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) has been named the official broadcast sponsor – and the exclusive telecoms partner – of the 2016 Rio Olympics for the Pan-Caribbean region by CANOC Broadcasting Inc. (CBI), a subsidiary of the Caribbean Association of National Olympic Committees. The organisation has secured the exclusive Olymp

21-04-2015
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FEW CHANGES

NEW NATIONAL PARTY CONVENTION St. George -- The New National Party (NNP) wishes to thank the organisers, delegates, supporters, and all other participants who made Sunday's NNP Convention and Rally held in Westerhall such a success.

21-04-2015
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FOR CAREGIVERS

REACHWITHIN ANNOUNCE SECOND ANNUAL CHILD AND CAREGIVER CONFERENCE IN GRENADA St. George -- New York/Grenada NGO, reachwithin, with St. George's University (SGU) and Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF), announce their second annual two day conference, Caribbean Children and Caregivers: The Importance of Their Relationships to take place on

20-04-2015
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Created on 23 April 2015 Written by George

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Created on 26 April 2015 Written by Patrick Simmons

STATEMENT ISSUED BY PATRICK SIMMONS ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) would like to congratulate Kirani James on his record-breaking performance at the Drake Relays meet in Des Moines, Iowa on Friday 24th April.

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Created on 25 April 2015 Written by Stephan Shemilt

JAMES ANDERSON INSPIRES VICTORY

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Created on 25 April 2015 Written by George

GTUC'S 12TH BIENNIAL CONVENTION

St. George -- The 12th Biennial convention of the Grenada Trade Union Council has passed a number of resolutions calling on government to remove income tax on pension incomes up to $5,000 per month from any pension source, and to remove VAT on all prescription medication for the treatment of terminal or debilitation diseases.

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Created on 24 April 2015 Written by Gerry Hopkin

FOR BETTER LIFEGUARD & EMERGENCY RESPONSE SERVICES ON THE FREQUENTED BEACHES OF GRENADA, CARRIACOU & PETITE MARTINIQUE

New York -- In the wake of Hildebrand James' untimely departure as a result of drowning, although he had survived beyond his fight against the currents of the Atlantic Ocean, a concerned individual, Rudolph Stephen Philip of the Spice Isles, made an appeal for CPR Training in Grenada on Facebook, which triggered this response. This here is essentially a repeated appeal from me. I first made this appeal in 2013 on Facebook and in a morning show I hosted on GTC FM Radio in Grenada.

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