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TRAVEL AND TOURISM

GRENADA'S POSITIVE APPROACH TO COMPETITIVENESS ADDRESSED AT XXII OAS MINISTER MEETING St. George -- "Tourism Competitiveness - An Essential Component of Sustainability" was the theme of the XXII Inter-American Congress of Ministers and High-level Authorities of Tourism held in Bridgetown, Barbados on September 3-4.

10-09-2014
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HEALTH NEWS

GRENADA CLEANUPS FOR CARIBBEAN WELLNESS DAY ST. GEORGE -- The issue of mosquito breeding, indiscriminate waste disposal and personal health and safety, with specific emphasis on mosquito borne diseases will be the focus of this year's Caribbean Wellness Day being staged by the Ministry of Health, this weekend.

10-09-2014
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ANOTHER LOSS OF LIFE

FIRE TENDER RESPONDS TO HOUSE FIRE St. George -- Early this morning, the Fire Department responded to a house fire at the Housing Scheme at Grand Anse.  The body of a lone resident, 75-year old Ella Sylvester was discovered with minimal burns.  The RGPF has praised the Grenada Electricity Services for their prompt response and assistance, and now awaits the results of a

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GETTING ORGANIZED....

CARIBBEAN PERFORMING ARTS FEDERATION (C-PAF) LAUNCHES IN GRENADA St. George – On the heels of launches in sister territories, Dominica and St. Lucia, Caribbean Performing Arts Federation (C-PAF) Inc., officially launches in Grenada on Wednesday September 17th, at 10:00am at the Grenada Trade Centre.

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LETTER TO ELVIN NIMROD

SANDMINING IN CARRIACOU Dear Mr. Nimrod: In my last visit to Carriacou I tried to make an appointment to see you but your schedule did not permit that.  Before I left in March, I wanted to thank you for giving our beach in Mt. Pleasant time to heal and to permit us to again enjoy the luxury of walking on the beach and swimming in its waters without sinking into holes, some as deep as a few

09-09-2014
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PROGRAMME LAUNCH

CHILDREN ONLINE PROTECTION PROGRAMME St. George -- The National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC) in collaboration with the Grenada Community Development Agency (GRENCODA) is hosting a series of activities centred on Children Online Protection as part of the Universal Service Fund (USF) Programme.  These activities will include interactive sessions with parents

09-09-2014
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FROM THE COPS

PLEASE TETHER ANIMALS RESPONSIBLY
DEATH WAS DUE TO HANGING St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force is reminding the general public, particularly residents of the Perseverance community St George that it's a punishable offence, should your animal be found loose or unattended on a public road.

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REGIONAL INTEGRATION

OECS MISSION TO VISIT GRENADA Castries -- The OECS Commission will undertake a 3 day Public Education Country Mission to Grenada under the auspices of Grenada's Ambassador to the Organisation of East Caribbean States, Dr. Patrick Antoine.  The Mission will run from September 10 to 12.

09-09-2014
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WRAPPING THINGS UP

GRENADA CONSOLIDATES ENERGY OPTIONS IN SAMOA AND NEW ‎ZEALAND ST. GEORGE – Grenada'S Prime Minister‎ Dr. Keith Mitchell concludes visit to Samoa and New Zealand having secured assistance from the United States and New Zealand for the transformation of Grenada's electricity sector.

09-09-2014
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OPINION PIECE

WHOSE GROWTH IS IT ANYWAY? According to the Cadillac advert, there are two kinds of people in the world -- those who travel and those who travel well.  There are two kinds of people in Grenada today - those who live, and those who live well.

09-09-2014
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Created on 12 September 2014 Written by TECLA FONTENARD

OECS 4TH CLIMATE CHANGE SEMINAR TO FOCUS ON NATURAL HAZARDS

OECS Secretariat --The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Secretariat is in its final preparations for hosting its fourth climate change seminar, which is to focus on 'Approaches to Managing Disaster Risks and Building Resilience.'

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Created on 12 September 2014 Written by Petra Charles - Joseph

THE NOU TO RECOGNISE INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE OZONE LAYER

St. George -- Grenada, through the National Ozone Unit (NOU) of the Ministry of Finance and Energy, will join the rest of the United Nations, on Tuesday September 16th, in celebrating International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. This will be the 27th year of this initiative.

Read more: THE ENVIRONMENT
 
Created on 12 September 2014 Written by Antonia Graham

DIGICEL COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF SUBMARINE FIBRE ASSETS ACROSS THE CARIBBEAN

Kingston -- Digicel has received the required approvals from Government and regulatory authorities with regard to its purchase of a submarine fibre network across the Caribbean region from the Guadeloupe-based Loret Group and Caribbean Fibre Holdings and the transaction is now complete.

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Created on 11 September 2014 Written by Antonia Graham

JAMAICAN BUSINESS IS DIGICEL'S FOURTH CARIBBEAN CABLE ACQUISITION

Kingston -- Digicel today announced that it has completed the purchase of Telstar Cable Limited having received the required approvals from the Jamaican Broadcasting Commission. Telstar Cable Limited is a leading provider of cable TV, broadband and fixed telephony services in Jamaica.

Read more: CABLE FOOTPRINT NOW SIX MARKETS
 
Created on 11 September 2014 Written by NDC

STATEMENT BY THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS (NDC) ON GOVERNMENT'S RESPONSE TO THE OUTBREAK OF THE CHIKUNGUNYA VIRAL DISEASE

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) notes with extreme alarm the lethargic and piece-meal response by the Government of Grenada to the outbreak of the Chikungunya viral disease.

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