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Angel Harps turn 50

ANGEL HARPS CELEBRATING 50TH ANNIVERSARY Gerry Tamer, Treasurer Brian Sylvester, Manager LISTEN HERE

22-03-2015
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AN UNEASY TIME....

PROBLEMS ON AIRPORT BOARD St. George -- All is not well at the Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA).  Informed sources have told THE NEW TODAY newspaper that the Chairperson of the Board of Directors, Joan Gilbert has submitted her resignation and could be replaced by a local attorney-at-law.

20-03-2015
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OECS IS DEEPLY CONCERNED

STATEMENT BY THE ORGANISATION OF EASTERN CARIBBEAN STATES ON THE INCREASING TENSION IN THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) notes with grave concern the increasing tension in the relations between the United States of America and the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

20-03-2015
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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

PRIME MINISTER TO HOST HIGH LEVEL S&T MEETING ST. GEORGE – Keith Mitchell, Prime Minster of Grenada and Prime Minister responsible for Science and Technology (S&T) in CARICOM, will be hosting the Second High Level (S&T) Meeting in Grenada from March 26-28, 2015.

19-03-2015
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FREE CONCERT

U.S. EMBASSY HOSTS SONYA HAYES QUARTET IN FREE CLASSICAL CONCERT St. George -- The U.S. Embassy will be hosting a series of public concerts to underscore the excellence and diversity of American music.

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GRENADIAN FILM TO BE PRODUCED

MAKE OR BREAK PRODUCTION ENTERS PRE-PRODUCTION WITH NEW FEATURE LENGTH FILM St. George – Make or Break Productions has moved into a full pre-production phase with its new feature movie, 'Ground Zero.' The story and screenplay for 'Ground Zero' come from writers, Alvin Charles and Nikki Thomas.  The story is a result of two months development under the guidance of Simeon Co

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UPDATE ON THE CSP

SOCIAL PARTNERS TO ROLL OUT ACTION PLAN ST. GEORGE -- The Committee of Social Partners (CSP) at its last meeting reviewed a draft Action Plan with which will be rolled out shortly. The Plan was presented by Dr. Andre Vincent Henry, the facilitator for the development of the Social Compact. It is intended to facilitate the implementation of the Social Compact.

19-03-2015
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CUBAN EMBASSY

FIDEL SENDS MESSAGE TO PRESIDENT NICOLÁS MADURO The historic leader of the Cuban Revolution emphasizes the heroic attitude assumed by the Venezuelan people, as well as the exemplary discipline and spirit of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces in the face of U.S. sanctions.

19-03-2015
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EDUCATION

LAUNCH OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT EXPO ST. GEORGE -- The third Human Resource Development Expo, which includes a week of activities began with its launch on Monday, March 16, 2015, at the Ministry of Education.

18-03-2015
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'PREPPING' FOR INTERCOL

GOVERNMENT REFURBISHES ST. ANDREW'S ROADWAYS & ENSURES TIGHT SECURITY MEASURES FOR INTER-COL 2015ST. GEORGE -- There has been a flurry of activity in "Big Parish", St. Andrew, for the past few weeks, as the Government of Grenada undertakes several road rehabilitation projects and the Royal Grenada Police Force organizes a security plan, in preparation for the parish's firs

18-03-2015
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Created on 24 March 2015 Written by Charles Wilkin

COMMENTARY ON PUBLIC BOARDS

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN) -- In our tribal culture, with a change of government comes changes in some if not most boards of statutory corporations and other government appointed or controlled commissions, authorities, companies and entities. I refer to these as public boards.

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Created on 24 March 2015 Written by Caribbean Sail Training

SAIL TRAINING VESSEL DANMARK COMING TO THE CARIBBEAN

Saint Martin - The Caribbean Sail Training Foundation announced today that one of their member vessels, the full rigged Tall ship DANMARK, will visit Grenada on April 26th 2015 and St.Maarten-St.Martin on May 4th, 2015.

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Created on 24 March 2015 Written by GIS

TEACHERS RECEIVE SHORTWOOD CERTIFICATION

St. George -- The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development's, along with the T.A. Marryshow Community College (TAMCC), has finally been able to certify participants of the Shortwood "Diploma in Education" Programme.

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Created on 24 March 2015 Written by GNT

GRENADA NATIONAL TRUST SELECTED TO LEAD CARIBBEAN IN ENGAGING COMMUNITIES AND THE PUBLIC IN SUSTAINABLE HERITAGE TOURISM

St. George -- The Grenada National Trust (GNT) has been awarded a project of major importance to Grenada and regional member countries of the Organization of American States (OAS). The goal of the two year project is to encourage sustainable heritage entrepreneurship through the endorsement of local tourism products and services that safeguard heritage resources and communicate their value to all audiences.

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Created on 24 March 2015 Written by CRD

BRAVEBOY REMANDED TO PRISON

St. George -- Arthur Braveboy, well-known to the Royal Grenada Police Force, appeared in court on Tuesday on firearm related charges and was remanded to prison.  Braveboy surrendered to police on Sunday morning after an island-wide call for help in finding him was issued by the RGPF, allegedly wanted on charges of attempted murder.

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