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A PLUS FROM JET BLUE

JETBLUE LAUNCHES MINT TO GRENADA IN LATEST PREMIUM SERVICE EXPANSIONNEW YORK -- JetBlue announced on Tuesday that it will offer its successful Mint premium service to Grenada starting in January 2017. JetBlue is a top airline in the Caribbean, and Grenada will become the fifth Mint market in the region. Mint flights are now on sale and will operate seasonally on Saturdays betw

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CARNIVAL 2016

SPICE MAS PICKING UP STEAM St. George -- With the 2016 Spice Mas celebration gradually picking up steam, the Semi-final stage of the groovy, Soca and calypso competitions will commence on Thursday night at Carnival City on the Carenage and conclude on Sunday night at the Victoria Park in Grenville.

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COMMITMENT TO SERVICE

REPORT ON RESULTS OF GRENADA CO-OPERATIVE BANK'S CUSTOMER SERVICE CHARTER AUDIT 2016 Date: July 19th, 2016 Grenada Co-operative Bank Limited reiterates its commitment to provide excellent service to our customers and the people of Grenada.  Today, we will reveal the results of an independent audit conducted to measure our performance against the promises made to you, our customers, in our C

20-07-2016
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CHANGING OF THE GUARD

ECCB MONETARY COUNCIL CHAIRMANSHIP MOVES TO ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA Basseterre -- Chairmanship of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will be transferred to the Honourable Gaston Browne, Council Member for Antigua and Barbuda during the official handing over ceremony on 22 July at the Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa.

20-07-2016
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CRIME

ANOTHER STABBING! St. George -- There has been yet another chopping incident on the island -- this time a 30-year old driver from Dudmar, St. David. The victim's name has not been disclosed, but he did sustain wounds to his head, hands and waist and has been hospitalized. A 20-year old conductor, also from the same area, is assisting police with their investigation. The incide

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SPILLING THE BEANS

GRENADIAN-BORN DOCTOR SPILLS THE BEANS ON MICHAEL JACKSON Grenada-born, Trinidad-raised Conrad Murray, the doctor blamed for Michael Jackson's death, has penned a sensational tell-all book exposing some of the more bizarre aspects of the King of Pop's life.

20-07-2016
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POST CABINET BRIEFING (Audio)

NATIONAL SCHOOL UNIFORM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
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19-07-2016
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BE ON GUARD...

JOB SEEKERS BE WARY St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force has become aware of information related to alleged criminal activities perpetrated presumably by local individuals posing or presenting themselves as providing job recruitment services.

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EMANCIPATION DAY
A NEW TWIST!

NETHERLANDS INSURANCE INTRODUCES SOBER-UP ZONE FOR SPICEMAS 2016 St. George -- On Tuesday 19th July, Netherlands Insurance announced its plans for the introduction of a 'Sober-up Zone' at three major carnival events which the company supports.

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Created on 21 July 2016 Written by Kelliann Waldron

NETHERLANDS INSURANCE SUPPORTS THE PERFORMING ARTS FOR SPICEMAS 2016

St. George -- "Spicemas is an integral part of our performing arts culture. It is also a time when budding and seasoned musicians and artistes alike, get an opportunity to showcase their various talents on the "big stage." This is why Netherlands Insurance has specifically sponsored some of the performing events held during Spicemas 2016," commented Richard Strachan, Managing Director of Netherlands Insurance.

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Created on 21 July 2016 Written by U.S. Embassy Grenada

UNITED STATES-CUBA ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF RE-ESTABLISHED DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

July 20 marks the completion of the first year of restored diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba.  What have we accomplished?  This historic breakthrough has allowed us to more effectively advance U.S. interests and values with our southern neighbor.  Since the re-establishment of diplomatic relations, the United States and Cuba have expanded cooperation in areas such as the environment, transportation, agriculture, health, and law enforcement.  

Read more: FACT SHEET
 
Created on 21 July 2016 Written by Petra Joseph

COMMINIQUES FROM MONITORING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT'S HOMEGROWN PROGRAMME

Here is a series of links to communiques from the Monitoring Committee of the Government's Homegrown Programme on meetings held for 2016: 

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Created on 21 July 2016 Written by ECCB

ECCB CONNECTS

On this week’s episode of ECCB Connects, Governor of the ECCB, Timothy N. J. Antoine reports on the Bank's performance for the 2015-2016 Financial Year and the major activities to be undertaken by the Bank in the new Financial Year.

 
Created on 21 July 2016 Written by Kelliann Waldron

HELPING AMPUTEES GET BACK ON THEIR FEET

L'Anse aux Epines -- Over twenty two amputees have received below the knee prosthetic legs from the local organization, 'Attach A Leg, Grenada', since it was first founded 2014.

Read more: PRICKLY BAY MARINA LENDS SUPPORT
 

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WEEKLY POLL-071616

Referendum date

It has been more than a week since Grenadians were told that a date for the referendum on Constitution Reform would be announced within 48 hours -- but not a word has since been heard. Why not?

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