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TELEVISION TALK SHOWS ON CARICOM TO LAUNCH ON TUESDAYCARICOM Secretariat -- Chatting CARICOM, a series of live regional television talk shows will be launched Tuesday 25 April 2017 at 8:00 p.m. with CARICOM Secretary-General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque as the main guest.

25-04-2017
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THE PROMOTIONS CONTINUE

PURE GRENADA, THE SPICE OF THE CARIBBEAN IS 'FREE TO WONDER'St. George — Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean is free to wonder; a fitting catchphrase for the Grenada Tourism Authority's exciting new lifestyle campaign launched under the umbrella of the Pure Grenada, the Spice of the Caribbean brand. The 'Free to Wonder' lifestyle campaign digital launch took place at th

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OPINION PIECE

BUSINESS UNUSUAL As Caribbean governments face increasing pressure to bring benefits to their people, it is becoming obvious that some of our leaders are succumbing to strong arm tactics, backroom deals and sometimes under the table and out of sight arrangements to support the endless cycle of promises they are called upon to make as the election wheel begins to turn.

24-04-2017
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FASHION

MONTREAL CARIBBEAN FASHION WEEK
Montreal Caribbean Fashion Week interview at Global News Morning with Richard Young and Designer Calvin Southwell, Model Designer Althaliah Samuel and Model Garia Walker from Grenada. Click on image to view.

24-04-2017
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A MIGHTY GOOD READ
GIS

GRENADA PM HAMMERS OUT NEW VISION FOR THE WORLD'S SMALL STATES ST. GEORGE --The New chairman of the world's Small States Forum, Grenada's Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell, believes the time has come for a change in the narrative surrounding the global grouping.

21-04-2017
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BACK IN CUSTODY

ESCAPED PRISON INMATE SURRENDERS St. George -- An escaped prison inmate from the Richmond Hill prison who escaped from police on Wednesday has been captured. Clint Thorne turned himself in at the Central Police Station about 06:00 a.m. today. The Royal Grenada Police Force would like to thank the media and the general public for their continued support and assistance.

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SAVE A BUCK ON ROAMING IN CUBA

DIGICEL INTRODUCES LOWEST MOBILE ROAMING RATES FOR TRAVELLERS IN CUBA THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH ETECSA Kingston -- Total communications and entertainment provider, Digicel, today announced its new Cuba Roaming SIM card offered in conjunction with Cuban telecoms provider, ETECSA, offering lower mobile roaming rates for travellers in Cuba.

20-04-2017
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FEAST YOUR EYES, DIVERS!

THE 11 BEST WRECK DIVING SITES IN THE CARIBBEANClick here for more

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STICKING A PIN ON...

A RAMPANT DIVA CULTURE When we give them the Government, somethings happen to us!   For the last forty years, whether NJM or NNP or NDC, we have been chasing donkeys; getting things wrong more often than right. Today, we are surrounded by a distressing, un-productive diva culture where significant sections of the population 'live light and weigh heavy'! Tomorrow, Grenadians will pay a p

20-04-2017
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Shoutbox

Created on 26 April 2017 Written by RGPF

WANTED MAN – RAMOAN ABERDEEN

St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating Ramoan Aberdeen alias "BLOOD", a 26-year-old Maintenance Worker of Beaulieu, St. George who is wanted by the Criminal Investigation Department for questioning in connection with a series of damage to property.

Aberdeen is five feet – six inches tall, slim built, dark in complexion with brown eyes and black hair.

Anyone knowing Aberdeen's whereabouts is asked to contact the nearest police station or the C.I.D. at 440-3921.

Police say that Aberdeen may be armed and dangerous and should be approached with caution.

 
Created on 26 April 2017 Written by George

NO RECEIPT FOR SEVEN MILLION DOLLAR CONVEYANCE?

St. George -- At the sitting of the senate on Wednesday, the following exchange ensued between Sen. Ray Roberts and the Leader of Government Business in the Senate, Simon Steil over the whereabouts of the receipt for a US$7,000,000 real estate transaction which took place between the Government of Grenada and Intercontinental Grenada LTD in 1999: Click here to listen

 
Created on 26 April 2017 Written by Michael Bascombe

ROYSTON LAHEE RE-ELECTED FOR ANOTHER TERM

ST GEORGE – Royston LaHee retained the presidency of the Grenada Olympic Committee Inc. (GOC) at a Special Quadrennial General Meeting held on Saturday.

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Created on 25 April 2017 Written by J. K. Roberts

AN OPEN APPEAL FOR AMENDMENT TO THE PENSIONS ACT 1990

Directed to and deserving of a sincere pledge by the following persons:

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Created on 25 April 2017 Written by Amb. Linda Taglialatela

"INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: THE KEY TO AN INNOVATION ECONOMY"

Bridgetown -- This year the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is celebrating its 17th World Intellectual Property Day with the theme: "Innovation – Improving Lives."  Every year, the U.S. government highlights, celebrates, and accelerates the patent review process for game-changing innovations through our Patents for Humanity award program.  Past award recipients include InBios International, inventors of a diagnostic examination for the early detection of dengue fever, and Global Research Innovation & Technology, which developed a way to construct all-terrain wheelchairs using readily available bicycle parts, improving lives in the Caribbean.

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The year of improvement

I am willing to wager that --- with all of the steps announced to improve this year's Spice-mas, 2017 will be the year when we first see it break-even or make a profit!

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