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CARICOM AND WICB REACH AGREEMENT ON WEST INDIES CRICKET ST GEORGE (CMC) – The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the CARICOM committee on cricket governance say they have ended a "productive" meeting where an agreement has been reached on "the way forward" for West Indies cricket.

21-04-2015
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FOR CAREGIVERS

REACHWITHIN ANNOUNCE SECOND ANNUAL CHILD AND CAREGIVER CONFERENCE IN GRENADA St. George -- New York/Grenada NGO, reachwithin, with St. George's University (SGU) and Windward Islands Research and Education Foundation (WINDREF), announce their second annual two day conference, Caribbean Children and Caregivers: The Importance of Their Relationships to take place on

20-04-2015
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SAVING BRAINS, GRENADA

THE PROBLEM: HARSH DISCIPLINE IMPAIRS BRAIN DEVELOPMENTViolence and neglect towards children affects their brain development and their subsequent thinking skills, reinforcing poverty and illiteracy. Children who don't feel safe and connected to loved ones can't solve problems. In a world full of problems, we need responsible, thoughtful, skilful individuals!

20-04-2015
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COUNTING DOWN.....

DEVON SMITH EXCITED TO PLAY AT HOME ST GEORGE - West Indies opener Devon Smith is excited and focussed as he prepares for the second Test match against England at the Grenada National Stadium.  Read More At: http://wp.me/p2DNZz-32Q 

20-04-2015
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A NUMBER OF ISSUES DISCUSSED

PRIME MINISTER AND BANKERS ASSOCIATION EXPRESS OPTIMISM ABOUT GRENADA'S ECONOMIC RECOVERY ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister and Minister of Finance and Energy, Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell, together with senior officials of the Ministry of Finance and Energy, have held a very constructive meeting with the Grenada Bankers' Association. The Bankers were led by their president Mr. Eli

20-04-2015
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ANOTHER WARNING

IMF CAUTIONS ON CARIBBEAN CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT PROGRAMS NEWS AMERICAS, Washington -- The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has issued a word of caution on the growing citizenship by investment programs being instituted by several Caribbean nations.

20-04-2015
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CRICKET, LOVELY CRICKET!

GRENADA GEARS UP FOR INTERNATIONAL CRICKET GAMESSt. George – The Grenada Tourism Authority was on hand on Saturday to welcome the West Indies and England cricket teams at the Maurice Bishop International Airport. The two teams will play the second test match of England's Tour of the West Indies at the Grenada National Stadium beginning tomorrow.

19-04-2015
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BUT, WILL THEY LISTEN?

EFFORT TO OPEN MORE JOBS IN CANADA FOR GRENADIANS St George – A Grenadian national resident in Montreal is approaching local government officials in St George's for help in an attempt to open up more job opportunities for Grenadians in Canada's seasonal farm workers' program, and in personal assistant care for seniors and the infirmed. Theodore H. (Ted) Blaize, voluntarily and

17-04-2015
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NNP CONVENTION 2015
THE "PEOPLE-CENTERED" COURT

THE CCJ CELEBRATES TEN YEARS Port-of-Spain - The President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Rt Hon.Sir Dennis Byron is hopeful that all member states of Caricom will give the CCJ a 10th anniversary gift of "full accession" to the Court. Sir Dennis made the statement at the anniversary celebrations of the Court at its headquarters in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

17-04-2015
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Created on 23 April 2015 Written by George

STATEMENT BY THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

ST. GEORGE -- In a CHIME FM UPDATE on Wednesday, reference was made to an article on the Caribbean News Now website which stated that Grenadians in the New York area were concerned about the closure of the Grenada Consulate in New York.  The article also said that the recent news that Grenada is to open a consulate in Florida later this month has exacerbated concerns in New York that Florida is being given priority, when New York has a population of 100,000-plus, while Florida has a Grenadian population of just 5,000.

Read more: A RESPONSE, FINALLY....
 
Created on 23 April 2015 Written by GRENLEC

ARE YOU READY FOR AN ELECTRIC VEHICLE

St. George -- GRENLEC is gathering information to assess the possible incorporation of Electric Vehicles (EV) into Grenada's transportation mix. To this end, the Company is inviting you to complete this brief 6-question online survey.  Please click here.  Thank you.

 
Created on 23 April 2015 Written by Jamaica Observer

TRAFFICKED NEPALESE STUDENTS DETAINED IN GRENADA

ST GEORGE, Grenada (CMC) – Grenada police Wednesday confirmed that they had detained seven Nepalese students, reported missing in St Lucia over the last weekend.

Read more: NABBED!
 
Created on 22 April 2015 Written by MAREP

MARKET ACCESS RESEARCH STUDY

St. George -- Market Access & Rural Enterprise Development Programme (MAREP) and CUSO International, Canada (CUSO) share a common goal to reduce poverty and vulnerability within poor communities in Grenada. As such, a joint Market Access Research Study was recently conducted by the two organizations – each sharing their strengths to execute the project which brought together the local knowledge and the discipline of market research.

Read more: MAREP
 
Created on 22 April 2015 Written by Deanna Isaac

4-H MOVEMENT LAUNCHES A LIVESTOCK REVOLVING PROGRAMME IN CARRIACOU

Beausejour -- With the support and contribution of a number of farmers; the 4-H Movement is being revitalized on the sister isle of Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

Read more: AGRICULTURE
 

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