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NATIONAL CONSULTATION ON CONSTITUTION REFORM Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 2.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. Grenada Trade Centre, Grand Anse

15-10-2014
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A PROACTIVE STEP...

GRENADA WANTS OECS TO CONSIDER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO SAFEGUARD AGAINST EBOLA ST. GEORGE -- The Grenada Government says it remains committed towards protecting its citizens as the world races against time for an urgent solution to stop the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

14-10-2014
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J.R. FOUNDATION

BOOST FOR SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN GRENADA London -- The Jason Roberts Foundation, along with some of its key partners, are finalising plans for their next trip to Grenada later this month, to deliver sport and physical activity sessions to the students of St Andrew, Victoria and The Limes Special Educational Needs Schools.

14-10-2014
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THE RULING

BENOIT TRIUMPHS IN COURT St. George --- Back in September of 2013, then Supervisor of Elections, Judy Benoit was summarily dismissed by the Governor General, Dame Cecile LaGrenade -- a dismissal which was challenged by Benoit in the courts on the basis that it was improper, irrational, unreasonable and in breach of the principles of natural justice.

14-10-2014
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TCS NEW YORK MARATHON

THREE GRENADIANS TO RUN THEIR FIRST EVER MARATHON FOR CHARITY, REACHWITHIN ST GEORGE -- Grenadians Jerry Bascombe, Dennis Mason and Anderson Simon, will have the experience of a lifetime when they take part in the TCS New York Marathon on Sunday, November 2. They will navigate the 26.2 mile run, through five boroughs and over five bridges, to raise funds for the charity, reachwit

14-10-2014
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CLIMATE CHANGE

GRENADA RAISES ITS INTERNATIONAL PROFILE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CONTROLLING CLIMATE CHANGE WASHINGTON -- With the United Nation's Secretary General's Climate Summit as a backdrop, World Bank President, Dr. Jim Kim hosted a special global round-table to launch a global leadership coalition for putting a price on carbon.

14-10-2014
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CULTURE

GUT CREDIT UNION LAUNCHES CALYPSO PROGRAMMESt. George -- On Saturday, the G.U.T. Credit Union launched its second year of the 'Pass the Torch' calypso programme. The programme aims to teach children the art form of calypso and develop their writing and performing skills.

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THE SENTINEL

tWRF VISITS HISTORIC BRIDGE IN ST. MARKSt. George -- It was a sunny Thursday morning on October 9th, 2014 that members of the Willie Redhead Foundation assembled at the Spiceland Mall Car Park at Grand Anse, to be transported by celebrated Tour Operator: Mandoo Seales, who is also an active member of the Foundation, to Crayfish Bay (Non Pariel) St. Mark. Purpose? To interview Mr. Kim Russel, o

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ECCU

BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM AND INNOVAION St. George -- The Business Symposium and Innovation Forum is a product of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and is designed to provide a medium for the exchange of ideas and perspectives on the linkages between innovation, competitiveness and business success. Participants are expected to include: entrepreneurs, business executives, managers and

13-10-2014
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Created on 17 October 2014 Written by Carib journal

CARIBBEAN BEGINS BANNING VISITORS FROM EBOLA-AFFECTED COUNTRIES IN AFRICA

A growing number of Caribbean countries are moving to prohibit incoming travel from Ebola-affected countries including Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

Read more: RAMPING UP MEASURES
 
Created on 17 October 2014 Written by George

NATIONAL CONSULTATION ON CONSTITUTION REFORM
Grenada Trade Center
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
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Created on 16 October 2014 Written by George

FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS

Montreal -- Ivy Blaize, (nee Earle), passed away peacefully at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital, on October 14, 2014, at the age of 78.  She was the beloved wife of Theodore "Ted" for 38 years and will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.

Funeral services will be held at Kane & Fetterly Funeral Chapel, 5301 Decarie Blvd. at the corner of Isabella, on Monday, October 20, 2014 at noon.   The family will receive condolences in the chapel one hour prior to the service. Condolences may be sent to www.kanefetterly.com.

 
Created on 16 October 2014 Written by mount cinnamon

NEW GM FOR MOUNT CINNAMON

St. George -- The Mount Cinnamon Beach Resort at Grand Anse has a new General Manager in the person of Mark Kitchen.

Carrying 25 years of experience under his belt, the seasoned Kitchen has previously worked in Fiji, Thailand, Mexico, Australia, Antigua, St. Lucia, Mauritius and, most recently, has spent five years as General Manager of the  Pink Sands Resort in the Bahamas.

Among his plans for the resort are enhancing Mount Cinnamon's menus and dining experience with a view to firmly establishing the resort as the place to dine on the island.

Much of the locally grown produce used at Mount Cinnamon's upscale restaurant comes from the DeSavary-owned Mount Edgecombe Plantation and his farm at Tufton Hall.

Kitchen would also like to expand the spa facilities at Mount Cinnamon

 
Created on 16 October 2014 Written by Shere-Ann Noel

STATEMENT ON THE POSSIBLE THREAT OF EBOLA

Dear Colleagues,

As the nation's voice and fourth estate, it is with great urgency that I encourage, on behalf of MWAG, all journalists to be vigilant in containing the Ebola pandemic.

Read more: BE VIGILANT
 

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