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MEDIA CONFERENCE

POST CABINET BRIEFING
Hon. Nickolas Steele
Sen. Pamela Moses
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14-02-2017
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TECHNOLOGY AT WORK

FLEXIBLE PAYMENT OPTIONS FOR CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN CARDHOLDERS St. George – Making payments by debit and credit card just got a whole lot easier for customers of CIBC FirstCaribbean.

13-02-2017
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OPINION PIECE

SAME WICB LEADERSHIP The WICB will have the same president and vice-president for its next term. The offices are not being contested.

13-02-2017
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DEMANDING CHALLENGE

ALEXIS CREDITS TO EXEMPLARY STATEMANSHIP BY GOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION THE UNANIMOUS AGREEMENT ON CHANGES TO CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES IN BERMUDA St. George -- Dr Francis Alexis QC, Chairman of the Constituency Boundaries Commission established by the Constitution of Bermuda, is highlighting the unanimous agreement reached last week by the Commission to recommend that the House of A

13-02-2017
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STICKING A PIN ON...

CHECKING AND BALANCING DEM FELLAS For decades before the Revolution, taxes on motor vehicles had remained fixed at a bearable level. Then Bernard Coard changed the formula to yield additional revenues. With more in the Treasury, he was able to pay the PRA and the many social programmes of the Revo. It's 2017, and Coard is still rolling on our roads in every vehicle you see and hear! Having left t

12-02-2017
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KIDDIES COOKBOOK SCORES

"THE GRENADA CHOCOLATE FAMILY" SHORTLISTED IN 4 INTERNATIONAL AWARD CATEGORIES
St. George -- "The Grenada C ho colate Family," based on stories written by children in the Grenada Community Library's free creative writing program, has been shortlisted in an unprecedented 4 categories of the prestigious Gourmand Cookbook Awards also considered the Oscars of coo

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GONE WITH THE WIND:

ESTIMATING HURRICANE AND CLIMATE CHANGE COSTS IN THE CARIBBEAN
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11-02-2017
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DOMINICA BOUND?

CONVENIENT ACCESS BETWEEN GUADELOUPE AND DOMINICA REMAINS INSPITE OF LIAT'S IMPENDING CANCELLATION OF DIRECT FLIGHT Roseau --- On Wednesday February 8, 2017, regional airline, LIAT announced the cancellation of its three times weekly service between Guadeloupe's Pointe-A-Pitre Le Raizet Airport (PTP) and Dominica's Douglas Charles Airport (DOM) effective March 1, 2017 citing the

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CANADA'S 150TH ANNIVERSARY

CANADA FUND FOR LOCAL INITIATIVES (CFLI); AND, COMPETITION "BE HIGH COMMISSIONER OF CANADA FOR A DAY!" BRIDGETOWN -- 2017 marks a special milestone for Canada, the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation. This anniversary provides a unique opportunity for Canada to share our values and sense of what it means to be Canadian.

10-02-2017
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HEALTH NEWS

THE REGIONAL RESPONSE TO CHILDHOOD OBESITY INTENSIFIES Bridgetown -- Childhood obesity continues to be a serious public health concern in the Region.  Statistics show that more than 30% of our Caribbean adolescents are overweight or obese, and risk developing non-communicable diseases (NCDs), such as hypertension, diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular diseases later in life.&n

10-02-2017
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Created on 17 February 2017 Written by Carole Noble

GRENADA AGRIBUSINESS OFFICIAL TO PARTICIPATE IN U.S. GOVERNMENT-SPONSORED LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

St. George -- Sandiford Edwards, Chief Executive Officer of the Grenada Marketing and National Importation Board, is traveling to the United States to participate in the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). He will take part in a three-week project on "U.S. Agriculture and Food Safety" from February 19 until March 11.

Read more: INTERNATIONAL VISITOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
 
Created on 17 February 2017 Written by CARICOM SECRETARIAT

EXPEDITE FULL IMPLEMENTATION OF CSME - CARICOM CHAIRMAN

CARICOM Secretariat -- The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) must expedite the full implementation of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME).

Read more: THE "GOINGS ON" IN GUYANA
 
Created on 17 February 2017 Written by CARICOM SECRETARIAT

SPIRIT OF CHAGUARAMAS INSPIRES US TO INTENSIFY REGIONAL INTEGRATION - PRESIDENT GRANGER

(CARICOM Secretariat, Turkeyen, Greater Georgetown, Guyana)  --  Chairman of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) His Excellency David Granger, President of Guyana, said on Thursday that the spirit of Chaguaramas was not "the ghost or 'jumbie' of a dead project".

Read more: 28th INTERCESSIONAL MEETING
 
Created on 16 February 2017 Written by RGPF

ST. ANDREW RESIDENT ON DRUG CHARGE

St. George -- A St. Andrew resident has been charged with possession of a controlled drug after he was caught attempting to smuggle a quantity of drugs to another person in police custody.

Raheem Nathaniel, an unemployed 20 year old of Ford was nabbed by officers at Grenville Police Station on Thursday 16th February, 2017. He will appear at the Grenville Magistrate Court on Friday 17th February, 2017.

 

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CARICOM's annual sabbatical

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