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DRUG BUSTS

TWO DRUG BUSTS BY DRUG SQUAD IN ST. JOHN St. George -- On Saturday, during a joint operation on Palmiste Beach between members of the drug Squad and officers attached to the Gouyave Police Station, 171lbs of Marijuana with a street value of $387,828.00 were seized.

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OPINION PIECE

MISSION ACCOMPLISHED Grenadians for change is quite satisfied with the results of the group's initial endeavors to get re-instatement of consular services for the Grenadians community and the appointment of an appropriate person as Consul General here in the New York Metropolitan area. From its inception, the group embarked on an intensive campaign to bring awareness to the closure of the Consula

26-08-2015
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POST CABINET BRIEFING
Hon. Nickolas Steele, Hon. Emmalin Pierre
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25-08-2015
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ART

MORE INTERNATIONAL EXPOSURE FOR GRENADIAN ARTISTSST. GEORGE -- Following the monumental stride made by Grenada to make its first appearance at the Biennale di Venezia in Italy, artists Susan Mains and Asher Mains have been chosen for the Trio Bienal, an international art exhibit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & CLIMATE RESILIENCE

STRATEGY AND PLAN TO INCREASE ENERGY RESILIENCE IN GRENADA HIGH ON THE AGENDA St. George -- Grenadian leaders and professionals from the energy and climate change, water, waste management, tourism and agriculture sectors will convene in St. George, Grenada, for three days, beginning 26 August, to discuss and contribute to the development of a global strategy and plan for Small Is

25-08-2015
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WOBURN WIND WARRIORS

JUNIOR SAILING IN CLARKES COURT BAY St. George -- Junior Dinghy Sailing has returned to Woburn and 18 children from the village took part in a week's summer sailing program from 27th to July 27TH to 31st.

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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE

PROJECT CLOSE TO DE CAUL'S GAS STATION According to the Traffic Department of the Royal Grenada Police Force, beginning on Tuesday, August 25st, the River Road public Road will be closed to vehicular traffic every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 09:00 A. M. to 4:00 p.m. to facilitate the pouring of Concrete Mix.  Motorists are being urged to use alternative routes.

24-08-2015
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THEY GOT THE MESSAGE, HOPEFULLY....

ST. ANDREW RESIDENTS ON SAND MINING CHARGES St. George -- As a result of an operation carried out by officers attached to Special Services unit Eastern Division in the parish of St. Andrew, Jenny Samuel, a 42 year-old self-employed of Conference has been charged for sand mining.

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MEDIA CONFERENCE

CLOSE OF CARIBBEAN BROADCASTING UNION'S 45TH ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Sonia Gill, Secretary General, CBU
Gary Allen, VP, CBU
Dominic Beaubrun, Director, CBU
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21-08-2015
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OPINION PIECE

JOY RIDING Several persons are puzzled by the travel pattern of Caribbean leaders and the impact of this travel on the country they represent. In the past it was common to expect that when a leader travels he would return with substantial benefits and ideas for the transformation of the nation that he represents.

21-08-2015
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NDC STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH DOMINICA

The Leader, National Executive and Members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) join with all Grenadians in extending sympathy and solidarity with the Government and people of the Commonwealth of Dominica, as that nation battles the ravages of Tropical Storm Ericka.

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STATEMENT AT THE END OF A STAFF VISIT TO GRENADA

St. George -- An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team led by Nicole Laframboise visited Grenada from August 20-27, 2015 to conduct discussions on the third review of Grenada's IMF-supported program under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The ECF arrangement was approved on June 26, 2014 for an amount of SDR 14.04 million (then US$21.7 million, or 120 percent of Grenada's quota at the IMF). The first and second reviews were completed on December 12, 2014 and June 29, 2015 respectively. Total resources of SDR 6.04 million (about US$8.5 million) have been made available to Grenada under the arrangement.

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GRENADA PM REACHES OUT TO DOMINICAN COUNTERPART

ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister of Grenada Dr. Keith Mitchell has reached out to his counterpart in Dominica, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, after rivers overflowed their banks sweeping away two persons and causing extensive damage to property.

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Created on 27 August 2015 Written by George

NEW COMPTROLLER OF INLAND REVENUE

St. George -- The Inland Revenue Division now has a new Comptroller in the person of Corland Forrester who was appointed on Monday.

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