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CONSUMER ORGANISATIONS HAVE GRAVE CONCERNS St. George -- Independent Consumer Organisations in the OECS are concerned about the latest reports from Brazilian authorities that several major meat processors in that country have been "selling rotten beef and poultry."

22-03-2017
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SECOND HOMICIDE THIS YEAR

23 YEAR OLD CHARGED WITH MURDER St. George -- Phillip Baptiste, a 23-year- old, Labourer of Boca, St. George has been charged with non-capital murder in the death of Glen Baptiste.

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FOR THE NEXT SITTING

QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED IN THE SENATE St. George -- Labour Senator Ray Roberts has submitted to the Clerk of Parliament two questions for the Leader of Government Business for answers at the next meeting of the Senate.

21-03-2017
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PLEASE TAKE NOTE!

INLAND REVENUE OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO DISTRICT REVENUE OFFICES ST. GEORGE -- The public is advised that starting on Wednesday, 22nd March, 2017, an Officer from the Inland Revenue Division (IRD) will be at the District Revenue Offices from 8:00am to 4:00pm on the following days:

21-03-2017
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MEDIA CONFERENCE (Audio)

POST CABINET BRIEFING
03.21.17
Hon. Gregory Bowen
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21-03-2017
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UPDATE

MURDER TRIAL DATE SET FOR AKIM FRANK IN DEATH OF LINNEA VEINOTTE The man accused of killing New Brunswick-born Linnea Veinotte in 2015 and ditching her body near a golf course will go to trial on Nov. 21. That date was set after a status hearing in a courtroom in St. George's, Grenada, last Thursday. Akim Frank, who was 26 at the time of Veinotte's death, has remained in jail since he turned hi

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A GOOD QUESTION....
SECOND HOMICIDE RECORDED

POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH St. George -- A St. George resident is in police custody assisting with investigations into the death of a local resident over the weekend. Glen Baptiste, a 55 years old, Mason of Boca, died on Sunday following an altercation during which he received a wound to his head from his 23 year old nephew. This is the second homicide recorded for the year in Gr

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THIRD CASE IN THE LAST TWO MONTHS

VINCENTIAN ON MONEY LAUNDERING CHARGE St. George -- A Vincentian national has been remanded to prison after appearing at the St. George's Magistrate's Court on Monday to answer a charge of money laundering.

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A BREATH OF FRESH AIR

GRENADA TO BENEFIT FROM NEW LIAT SCHEDULE St. George — Minister for Tourism & Civil Aviation, Clarice Modest-Curwen MP, has announced today the restoration of the daily early-morning LIAT service to Barbados.

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Created on 25 March 2017 Written by MOE

GRENADA RECEIVES GRANT FOR GEOTHERMAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT

ST. GEORGE -- The Board of Directors of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), at a recent meeting, approved a grant of USD$231,630.00, to the Government of Grenada, to build its capacity for planning and implementation of its Geothermal Energy Development Roadmap (GEDR).

Read more: TRANSFORMING ENERGY SECTOR
 
Created on 24 March 2017 Written by MOF

NON-BANK FINANCIAL SECTOR UPDATED ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE ECONOMY

St. George -- Finance and Energy minister, Dr. Keith Mitchell, and a team from the Ministry of Finance, along with the Grenada Authority for the Regulation of Financial Institutions (GARFIN), recently met with the non-banking financial sector, including credit unions, insurance companies, Grenada Development Bank and the Grenada Building and Loan.

Read more: AS GARFIN CELEBRATES ITS 10TH
 
Created on 24 March 2017 Written by News Source Guyana

GUYANA BLOCKS 2000 CASES OF TUNA WITH FAKE LABEL FROM BEING IMPORTED

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Created on 23 March 2017 Written by RGPF

YACHT SEIZED IN JOINT OPERATION

A joint maritime operation involving the police and Trinidad Coast Guard has led to the seizure of a yacht.

S/Y Belladonne was intercepted in the waters outside of Telescope (St. Andrew) on Tuesday. A search of the vessel turned up sixteen and three-quarter pounds of compressed Columbian cannabis.

Three persons are in custody assisting police with their investigations.

 
Created on 22 March 2017 Written by Raphael Paul

SYNOPSIS OF DECEPTIVE ARTICLE

"The fallout from a bad decision begins." This was the caption of an article appearing in the March 10, 2017 edition of The New Today newspaper. The article was addressing what the writer considered to be an "electoral gaffe" which "signaled a profound misstep by the voting public," at last November's Constitutional Reform Referendum, when all bills were rejected, by "the mere 30% of the electorate who bothered to show up to vote." However, the writer's focus was the Elections and Boundaries Commission Bill, whose rejection he claimed, has made it possible for the multiple dismissals of electoral officers. He went on to state the following:

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My next leader

Assuming that each of these persons was alive on the day of Grenada's next general election, and running for office here, who would you like your new leader to be?

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