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THE GRENADIAN REFERENDUM:

A POSITIVE STEP TOWARD MEANINGFUL NATIONHOOD ─ PART 1 On 7th February, 2017 Grenadians will commemorate forty-three years of independence. A critical question is, what does independence mean? For the average Grenadian, at home and abroad, the meaning of independence is wrapped up in our Grenadian identity as demonstrated and experienced through the attachment to the national flag, the significa

28-09-2016
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SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN

TROPICAL STORM MATTHEW FORMS IN THE WINDWARD ISLANDS... SUMMARY OF 1100 AM AST...1500 UTC...INFORMATION ----------------------------------------------- LOCATION...13.4N 60.7W ABOUT 35 MI...55 KM SE OF ST. LUCIA ABOUT 35 MI...55 KM ENE OF ST. VINCENT MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS...60 MPH...95 KM/H PRESENT MOVEMENT...W OR 275 DEGREES AT 21 MPH...33 KM/H MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE...1008 MB...29.77

28-09-2016
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THOUSANDS TO TAKE TO THE STREETS

SO FAR THIS YEAR USD$402,715 RAISED FOR CANCER SUPPORT ACROSS THE REGION St. George -- Thousands of walkers clad in branded T-shirts will hit major streets and highways across the region this weekend united in a common cause to raise funds and awareness in a campaign against cancer.

28-09-2016
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CERTIFICATE COURSES, OFF CAMPUS

GIDC AND ST GEORGE'S UNIVERSITY BEGIN HISTORIC PARTNERSHIPSt George - After months of discussions and planning, September 21, 2016 marked the start of a historic partnership between the Grenada Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) and the St George's University (SGU). For the first time in its 40-year history, SGU began delivering certificate courses off campus, at GIDC.

28-09-2016
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GRENLEC DEBATES

RESULTS This morning, SJC Grenville and Wesley College faced each other in the second match of the Debates whilst PBC and Mc Donald College met each other earlier this afternoon at the National Stadium. Please click here to see results from today's debate matches.

27-09-2016
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LATEST TROPICAL WEATHER OUTLOOK

THE APPROACH OF INVEST 97L
NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
800 PM EDT TUE SEP 27 2016 TAKE A LOOK HERE

27-09-2016
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INTERRUPTION OF SERVICE

IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM NAWASA ON WEATHER SYSTEM INVEST 97L As Grenada and the rest of the Caribbean continue to monitor the tropical wave referred to as INVEST 97L, the National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) advises that the following water systems will be switched off at 10:00 p.m. today Tuesday September 27, 2016. This measure is necessary to protect our systems and ensures earliest resu

27-09-2016
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THE APPROACHING STORM

POST CABINET BRIEFING
Sen. Winston Garraway, Minister of State, Disaster Management
Hubert Whyte, Mgr. Meteorological Services, MBIA
Terrence Walters, Disaster Management Coordinator, NADMA
Click here to listen TAKE A LOOK

27-09-2016
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A FATAL WEEKEND

PARTIALLY DECOMPOSED BODY FOUND DEATH AT CONCORD WATERFALL St. George -- A partially decomposed body found in the wee hours of Sunday 25th September, 2016 has been identified as that of Gregory George of Brooklyn (Concord), St. John.

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CONSTITUTION OF GRENADA

RIGHTS & FREEDOMS AMENDMENT BILL 2016 – PART 1 On October 27th 2016, Grenadians will be asked to vote on the captioned Bill affecting our fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. The intent of this Bill is to refine the provisions of the Constitution that protect our fundamental rights and freedoms. That is, Chapter 1 of the 1973 Grenada Constitution Order. The Bill a

26-09-2016
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Created on 29 September 2016 Written by MOF

BUDGET 2017 CONSULTATIONS MOVE TO CARRIACOU

ST. GEORGE -- The Ministry of Finance and Energy will continue its stakeholder consultations in preparation for the presentation of the 2017 National Budget, when a team of Officers travels to Carriacou next week to meet with stakeholders there.

Read more: TIME TO CHIME IN, CARRIACOU AND PM
 
Created on 29 September 2016 Written by GIS

GRENADA SCHOOLS INCORPORATED LAUNCHES SPICE READER

St. George -- Grenadian children now have access to the all-local classroom text, the Spice Reader, which has been in use in all Grade 1 classes in public schools throughout the State of Grenada since September 12.

Read more: EDUCATION NEWS
 
Created on 29 September 2016 Written by Jamila Lewis

UPDATE ON WATER SYSTEMS

St. George -- The National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA) advises consumers served by the following water systems of the interruption in water supply due to dam blockage caused by rainfalls associated with Tropical Storm Matthew.

Read more: IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM NAWASA
 
Created on 28 September 2016 Written by NYUCD/MOH

DENTAL CARE RETURNS TO GRENADA

ST. GEORGE – As of Monday, October 3, 2016, New York University College of Dentistry in collaboration with the Dental Department - Ministry of Health, will provide professional dental care services to needy and interested members of the public including children and the elderly.

Read more: FREE DENTAL SERVICES
 
Created on 28 September 2016 Written by Ruth Jacob-Roberts

SEVERE WEATHER BULLETIN FOR THE STATE OF GRENADA

St. George -- Reports from the latest Air Force Reserve Reconnaissance Aircraft Indicates that the tropical wave referred to as 97L has been upgraded into Tropical Storm Matthew.

Read more: THE APPROACH CONTINUES
 

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