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UPDATE ON THE REX

ANOTHER ROUND GOES TO REX GRENADIAN High Court judge in Grenada on Monday ruled against an application by government in the Rex Grenadian acquisition issue.

27-06-2016
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ANSWERS NEEDED

SEN. ROBERTS HAS SOME QUESTIONS St. George -- Labor Representative in the Senate, Ray Roberts says workers want to know who the owners of Mt. Hartman are; and therefore, he has again submitted a question relating to the ownership of the property for answer in the Senate.

22-06-2016
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ANSWERS NEEDED

SEN. ROBERTS HAS SOME QUESTIONS St. George -- Labor Representative in the Senate, Ray Roberts says workers want to know who the owners of Mt. Hartman are; and therefore, he has again submitted a question relating to the ownership of the property for answer in the Senate.

22-06-2016
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OPINION PIECE.....

TIME FOR ACTION: DE-RISKING AND THE THREATS TO CARIBBEAN BANKS At a time when the financial sectors and regulatory authorities of the Caribbean are yet to complete post-mortems into the collapses or other demises of regional financial institutions (CL Financial Group, British American Insurance Company Ltd., SGL Holdings Inc., Stanford International Bank, to name a few of the more prominent); hav

22-06-2016
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PUBLIC STATEMENT FRANCIS ALEXIS

PASSING OF CONSTITUTION REFORM BILLS BY HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF GRENADA YESTERDAY IS POSITIVELY HISTORIC, SAYS ALEXIS St. George -- A statement issued by the Chairman of the Grenada Constitution Reform Advisory Committee, Dr. Francis Alexis who was in the House to witness the start of the debate, says it was a constitutional event filled with positive historic, sociological a

22-06-2016
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THERE'S BEEN SOME MOVEMENT

MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS CONVENES MEETING WITH FISHERMEN ST. GEORGE -- Recent incidents at sea where fishermen were robbed and threatened were discussed at two urgently convened meetings on June 16th and 17th 2016. The meetings, which were held at the Gouyave and Melville Street fish markets, were attended by fishermen and people involved in the industry.

22-06-2016
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PARLIAMENTARY SITTING (Audio)
A TOUCHING STORY

KAHDIJA LOGIE WANTS ALL SEXUALLY ACTIVE PERSONS TO GET TESTED St. George -- Having lost her mother to HIV complications, young Kahdija Logie, who will be representing the parish of St Patrick in the upcoming national carnival Queen Show believes that everyone -- especially young persons, should make it their duty to know their HIV status.

22-06-2016
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CBI AT WORK

GRENADA INTRODUCES EXCITING INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO EUROPE ST. GEORGE -- Grenada's Implementation Minister, Alexandra Otway is back on the island after a brief swing through Europe promoting the country's Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme.

21-06-2016
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NOT SO FAST...

UNAUTHORISED SECURITIES ADVERTISEMENT Basseterre - The Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission informs the general public that only persons who are licensed by the Eastern Caribbean Securities Regulatory Commission in respect of securities business, or an authorised person can issue or cause a securities advertisement to be issued in Grenada.

21-06-2016
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Shoutbox

Created on 27 June 2016 Written by William Joseph

THE GTA AMIDST BREXIT: STICKING A PIN

I have been reluctant to publicly take issue with the Grenada Tourism Authority over its decision to mount a mission to the UK during the very week that voters there were in referendum mode. However, I have to say that I found it very curious, if not disturbing. It is not sufficient to argue that they were going there to work with the trade and not consumers directly.

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Created on 27 June 2016 Written by RGPF

FATAL ACCIDENT

St. George -- Police are investigating a vehicular accident that has left one man dead over the weekend.  The accident, which involved a mini bus and a car, occurred at about 5:30a.m on Sunday at Corinth, St. David.

An autopsy is pending to determine the actual cause of death.

 
Created on 25 June 2016 Written by George

IMRON MITCHELL

St. George – Imron Mitchell, a 26 year-old construction worker of Fontenoy is wanted for questioning in connection with rape.  Mitchell has a dark complexion, is about five feet six inches in height, with a slim build, brown eyes and black hair.

Police are asking any who may know his whereabouts to contact the nearest police station, and say that he may be armed and dangerous.

 
Created on 24 June 2016 Written by Wendy C. Grenade

BREXIT:  A WATERSHED MOMENT IN WORLD POLITICS

The recent decision by 52% of citizens in the United Kingdom (UK) to leave the European Union (EU) is a watershed moment in world politics given the implications for the future of the UK, the EU and the rest of the world. I will offer a few thoughts on the historical relationship between the UK and the EEC/EU; the contemporary global context; and the implications for the Caribbean.

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Created on 24 June 2016 Written by ECCB

ECCB CONNECTS

On this episode, Deputy Director - Statistics Department, Seana Benjamin-Mack strips the intimidation from Statistics as she explains some of the key statistical data the ECCB gathers and disseminates

 

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