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CARRIACOU MPA IN SHAMBLES Numerous complaints by yacht and boating enthusiasts about conditions in the Carriacou MPA, perked the writer's curiosity. Upon investigation and a phone call to a former chairman of Sandy Island Oyster Bed Marine Protected Area, it became apparent that there were no warden patrols for months, no moorings, no management leadership, and the MPA office in his words, "kept

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INSPIRING WORDS

I HAVE LIVED LONG ENOUGH
I have lived long enough to value every day I open my eyes.

27-09-2014
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NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT

SEPTEMBER 26TH, INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR TOTAL ELIMINATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS Nuclear disarmament is and must remain the highest priority with regard to disarmament, until the prohibition and total elimination of nuclear weapons are attained.

27-09-2014
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GRENED UPDATE

THE GRENADA EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Greetings from the Board of Directors of the Grenada Education and Development Programme (GRENED). The revitalization process of GRENED has begun with the appointment of a new and strong Board of Directors. If you have been a keen supporter over the past 18 years, we say, welcome back! If you are a new member of the GRENED Family, welcome!

27-09-2014
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GRENADA NUTMEG AND SPICE FESTIVAL

SPICY DIVAS IN CONCERT TO LAUNCH THE 2014 PURE GRENADA NUTMEG AND SPICE FESTIVAL St. George -- The Grenada Hotel and tourism Association (GHTA) has approved the inclusion of an exciting and entertaining showcase of talented female performers as the gala event which will jump start the 2014 Pure Grenada Nutmeg and Spice Festival.

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ERRONEOUS ARTICLE

ST. ANDREW SOUTH EAST DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION CONDEMNS NEW TODAY ARTICLE Grenville -- The St. Andrew South East Development Organization notes with sadness the recent passing of Corporal Elarius Frank, brother to the Honourable Parliamentary Representative for St. Andrew South East, Mrs. Emmalin Pierre. We express on behalf of all residents in the constituency, our deepest condo

27-09-2014
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HMMMMMMMMMMMM..............

WHO IS IN CHARGE? St. George -- A show down could be in the making between the Grenada government of Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell and the Constitutional Review Committee headed by top local constitutional lawyer, Dr. Francis Alexis.

26-09-2014
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GRANT AGREEMENT INKED

FISHERIES TO BENEFIT FROM JAPANESE St. George -- Grenada and Japan have signed an agreement to provide funds for improving fishery equipment and machinery here. 

26-09-2014
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ASPIRING ENTREPRENEURS

NEW BUSINESS START-UPS St. George -- Twenty seven aspiring entrepreneurs in Grenada have now become business owners as a result of a training initiative targeting small businesses in the country. 

26-09-2014
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QUEEN'S HONOURS...

FOUR GRENADIANS HONOURED St. George -- Four Grenadians have been recognized with the Queen's honours for their service to community and country at a ceremony at the governor general's residence on Thursday. 

26-09-2014
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Created on 29 September 2014 Written by AFK Inside

AMBASSADOR DESAVARY AT WORK

Nigeria -- The AFK Insider, a website dedicated to covering African news from a business perspective says that Grenada is ready to establish mutual trade ties with Nigeria in order to give both countries the opportunity to share and benefit from trade and commerce agreements.  The website quoted Richard Hallam, a Special Advisor to Ambassador Peter De Savary of Inward Investment, as saying that "the whole idea of a chamber of commerce is to share business interest between Grenada and Nigeria."

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Created on 29 September 2014 Written by ghta

GHTA ANNOUNCE LAUNCH OF PURE GRENADA NUTMEG/ SPICE FESTIVAL

ST. GEORGE - The Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA) recently announced the launch of the 2nd Pure Grenada Nutmeg and Spice Festival, a nationwide celebration of agricultural, culinary and artistic history of the 'Isle of Spice." This unique festival begins on November 22, and will involve two weeks of islandwide activities including competitions, exhibitions, culinary displays and community activities.

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Created on 29 September 2014 Written by RGPF

LOITERING A CONCERN

RGPF DENIES NEW TODAY STORY

St. George -- In an effort to help curb the growing problem of loitering by school children in the town of St. George after school hours, the Royal Grenada Police Force is calling on parents and guardians to step up with their responsibility and ensure that their children get at home within a reasonable time.

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Created on 29 September 2014 Written by RGPF

POLICE INVESTIGATE WEEKEND HOMICIDE

St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force is currently investigating a weekend homicide and have detained 27 year old Leroy Joseph to assist with their investigations.  Joseph is an unemployed resident of Berrotte, St. David. Dead is Kareen Lawrence who was reportedly involved in an altercation with the accused on Saturday 27th September, 2014.  A post mortem is scheduled.

 

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There now appears to be a conflict between the Prime Minister and the Constitutional Reform Committee following the Committee's decision to allow for more public input into the reform process through an October 15 consultation. The Prime Minister has also made it clear that he has no intentions of allowing the addition of the items recently proposed by the National Democratic Congress for inclusion in the 2014 Referendum on Constitutional Reform. Do you support this posture?

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