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ON GUARD AGAINST EBOLA IN GRENADA Dr. Claris Modeste-Curwen, Health Minister Click here to listen

28-10-2014
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EASTERN CARIBBEAN STOCK EXCHANGE

INVESTING IN SECURITIES The Market The Eastern Caribbean Securities Exchange (ECSE) is fast becoming the 'go-to' place for investing in securities issued by public companies and by governments in the OECS. It operates a market for trading securities, with a central electronic platform, a network of broker dealers and a system for constant reporting to the public on market activi

28-10-2014
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FROM THE COPS

POLICE MAKE MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH St. George -- Operations by the police over the weekend have led to multiple charges being laid and the arrest of three St. George residents on larceny related offenses.

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IMF SAYS ...

THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN CURRENCY UNION: DISAPPOINTING GROWTH The recession in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) ended in 2012, but the recovery remains subdued as economic activity is still well below pre-crisis levels.

27-10-2014
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ON THE WAY HOME

PRIME MINISTER ENGAGES HUNDREDS AT TOWN-HALL IN LONDON St. George -- In what he described as one of his most engaging sessions in the London diaspora, Prime Minister Keith Mitchell met with Grenadians in London last Friday.  The meeting was attended by a large number of second generation Grenadians at which questions about unemployment, health care preparations to safeguard

27-10-2014
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SALUTATIONS, LALUNA

LALUNA NAMED GRENADA'S LEADING BOUTIQUE HOTEL AND LEADING SPA RESORTSt. George - Laluna has been named "Grenada's Leading Boutique Hotel" and "Grenada's Leading Spa Resort" by the 2014 World Travel Awards™. The awards are voted for by travel and tourism professionals worldwide, and the accolade recognizes the commitment to excellence demonstrated over the past year by Laluna

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NDC STATEMENT

STATEMENT BY SEN. THE HON. DR. GEORGE VINCENT, CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS ON THE STATE OF HEALTH IN GRENADA, CARRIACOU & PETITE MARTINIQUE WEDNESDAY 23RD OCTOBER 2014 Good evening fellow Grenadians I address you tonight on the state of health in our tri-island state with specific reference to the on-going Chikungunya epidemic and the real risk of the introduction of Ebola

25-10-2014
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OPINION PIECE

THE WORLD'S MOST UNCELEBRATED HOLIDAY TODAY IS GRENADA'S OWN VERSION OF THANKSGIVING DAY; WHEN A NATION DOESN'T CELEBRATE WHAT IT WANTS TO FORGET An American university professor, upon leaving the office on Friday evening, and remembering that the following day was a national holiday, cast a parting remark to his Grenadian colleagues:

25-10-2014
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THE OPINION PAGES

CUBA'S IMPRESSIVE ROLE ON EBOLA Click here to read

24-10-2014
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CONDOLENCES TO RGPF

POLICE OFFICER DIES ON BEACH St. George -- The RGPF is currently mourning the death of another of its officers.

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Shoutbox

Created on 29 October 2014 Written by GIS

MINISTRY OF HEALTH MEETS STAKEHOLDERS

St. George -- The Ministry of Health met on Tuesday afternoon with a wide cross-section of stakeholders to discuss Ebola and Grenada's ongoing preparation and draft response plan.

Read more: THE BATTLE WAGES ON
 
Created on 29 October 2014 Written by OECS SECRETARIAT

LIAT FACILITATES OECS CAMPAIGN AGAINST EBOLA THREAT

Castries -- Regional Air Carrier LIAT has boosted the OECS Commission's campaign to reduce the threat and minimize the impact of the dreaded EBOLA on Member States and the wider region.

Read more: HELP FOR EBOLA MANAGEMENT EFFORT
 
Created on 28 October 2014 Written by ciboney chambers

INFRINGEMENT OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
MISREPRESENTATION OF LEGAL STATUS
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Created on 28 October 2014 Written by J. K. Roberts

GRENADA CONSTITUTION REFORM:  THE CCJ ISSUE

Undoubtedly the goal for reforming the Constitution of Grenada is to clear the way for replacing the London-based Privy Council with the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ).   This is not the case only for Grenada but for all of the Caricom countries which do not have the CCJ functioning to its 'fullest extent.'   The failed Reform in Saint Vincent and the Grenadians (SVG) and the concern not to have this happening in Grenada must be put in perspective.  It was never the intent of the Government in SVG to have drastic changes in National Governance and Executive Powers, but rather to succeed with the CCJ.

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Created on 28 October 2014 Written by Chrislyn Lashington

CARRIACOU LAUNCHES CARNIVAL 2015

Hillsborough – On Thanksgiving Day, the Carriacou & Petite Martinique Carnival Development Committee (CPMCDC) launched the 2015 edition of Carriacou Carnival  on October 25, at the Esplanade in Hillsborough.  The theme for next year's event will be "Celebrating the legacy of Shakespeare and embracing the splendor of our traditional mas."

 

Shakespeare Mas is a novel attraction where Masqueraders have a lyrical competition on poetic recitals from the plays and sonnets of William Shakespeare.

Carriacou's Carnival takes place during the pre-Lenten season, culminating on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. Next year's event features calypso, Soca, and steel pan competitions, Carnival Queen Pageant, and street parades from the 25 January to 17 February 2015.

The Grenada Tourism Authority, through its office in Carriacou supports the CPMCDC and markets the carnival. 

 

 

 

Read more: GEARING UP.........
 

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