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REMOVING THE STRESS

GRENADA SIGNS VISA WAIVER AGREEMENT WITH EU Bridgetown -- Today, Grenada will sign a short stay visa waiver agreement with the European Union which will allow its citizens to visit all EU Member States, except the United Kingdom and Ireland for up to 90 days within a six month period without requiring a visa -- as long as the purpose of the visit is not to carry out a paid activi

27-05-2015
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DRUG TRAFFICKING

GRENADIANS DETAINED IN ST. VINCENT St. George -- Three Grenadian nationals are currently in police custody in St. Vincent after the vessel in which they were traveling was intercepted by the St. Vincent Coast Guard about 3:30 p.m. on May 19th 2015.

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OPINION PIECE

WHOSE LAND IS SAFE? The Government and certain people of Grenada appear to be so desperate to get foreign investment that they are willing to bend over backwards to do their bidding, even when it means trampling on the rights of nationals of this country.

26-05-2015
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NOT THE MILITARY TYPE

CABLE & WIRELESS TO INTRODUCE POST-HURRICANE DRONESBRIDGETOWN, Barbados – With a week to go before the June 1 official start of the Atlantic hurricane season, Cable & Wireless Communications (CWC) has started to test drone technology to help speed up network and connectivity restoration in the aftermath of hurricanes and other natural disasters.

26-05-2015
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS

ECTEL JOINS INTERNET SOCIETY Castries, Saint Lucia - The Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Authority (ECTEL) is now a member of the Internet Society-ISOC. The membership agreement was signed during ECTEL's two-day fifteenth anniversary conference, held at the Bay Gardens Hotel in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia recently.

26-05-2015
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THE SENTINEL

CAN MODERNIZATION AND THE BUILT HERITAGE CO-EXIST IN URBAN ST. GEORGE? There is a section of the editorial of the Caribupdate weekly issue of May 21-27, 2015 regarding the proposed Development Plan which caught the attention of the Sentinel, which reads: "This proposed National Development Plan would, of necessity, have to consider how we treat with our overcrowded capital city, ...... But on th

26-05-2015
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OPINION PIECE

GRENADIANS FOR CHANGE GROUP Grenadians for Change is a non-political/ non-partisan group comprised of Grenadian nationals in the New York Metropolitan and surrounding areas. The Group's objective is to effect positive change, while meeting the needs reflected in the Grenadian/American community.

24-05-2015
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PREPPING FOR THE NEXT POLL

DENIAL FROM SEN. SHELDON SCOTT St. George -- Parliamentary Secretary for Youth and Sports, Senator Sheldon Scott has denied that Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell has put him on notice that he intends to replace him as a member of the Upper House in Parliament.

23-05-2015
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2ND TEDDY VICTOR MEMORIAL DIALOGUE (Audio)

WHITHER THE CARIBBEAN: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE OR PATRONAGE GOVERNMENT
Hon. Alicia Hospedales; Opposition MP, Trinidad and Tobago
Mrs. Anesia Baptiste; Leader Democratic Republican Party, SVG
Dr. Wendy Grenade, Professor, UWI, Cavehill
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22-05-2015
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FINALLY........

WATER AVAILABLE AT REVERSE OSMOSIS PLANTBeausejour, Carriacou -- Another source of water is now available to the people of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

22-05-2015
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Political parties

Having listened to the May 24 edition of Sundays with George Grant (WHITHER THE CARIBBEAN: PARTICIPATORY GOVERNANCE OR PATRONAGE GOVERNMENT), I believe that political parties, per se, could soon be a thing of the past.

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