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GRENADA GRABS SILVER

KURT FELIX CREDITS HARD WORK FOR PAN AM GAMES MEDAL TORONTO -- Kurt Felix credits hard work and determination for securing his second Decathlon medal in an international competition within the past 24 months. Felix copped the silver medal with a personal best of 8269 points in the ten-event championship at the Pan American Games at the CIBC Pan Am Athletics Stadium on Thursday.

24-07-2015
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DIMINISHED ACTIVITY

NaDMA CONTINUES TO MONITOR ACTIVITIES AT KICK EM JENNY St. George -- The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) continues to collaborate with the Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies to monitor activities at the Kick em' Jenny under water Volcano.

24-07-2015
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LATEST ON KICK 'EM JENNY

SRC AND NaDMA CONTINUE TO MONITOR ACTIVITIES AT KICK 'EM JENNY St. George -- The Seismic Research Centre (SRC), University of the West Indies continues to monitor activities at the Kick 'em Jenny under water Volcano just off Grenada and to provide updates and reports to the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA).

24-07-2015
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HE'S BEING KEPT ABREAST

PRIME MINISTER HOLDS EXTENSIVE BRIEFINGS ON KICK 'EM JENNY ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister and Minister for Disaster Management, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, has conducted a series of extensive briefings following the alert that was recently put out by the Seismic Research Unit of the University of the West Indies regarding activities at the Kick 'em Jenny volcano.

24-07-2015
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WE ARE THE CHAMPS!!!!

GRENADA GRABS ECCB-OECS UNDER 23 NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP OECS Report Fixtures

23-07-2015
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ISSUED A 04:00PM

INCREASED ACTIVITY AT KICK EM JENNY POSES NO SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO COASTAL RESIDENTS St. George -- The Seismic Research Centre, University of the West Indies says that renewed activity at the Kick em' Jenny under water Volcano just off Grenada represents no significant threat to the coastal regions of nearby islands.

23-07-2015
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ON GUARD!!!!!

CHANGED ALERT LEVEL AT KICK 'EM JENNY SUBMARINE VOLCANO
Port of Spain -- On Thursday, July 23rd from 1:25am to 3:00am local time, a strong continuous signal was observed on instruments monitoring the Kick 'em Jenny submarine volcano. Signs of elevated seismicity (earthquakes) began on 11th July and continue to present. For the period since the 11th July a tot

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OPINION PIECE.....

GRENADA'S NEW YORK CONSULATE OFFICE On Tuesday Evening, June 30, 2015, I attended a meeting called by Ambassador Derek James, with Ambassadors Angus Friday and Ambassador Denis Antoine as keynote speakers.  The purpose of the meeting was to elucidate, inter-alia, the reason(s) for the closure of the Grenada Consulate in New York.  Besides giving a good account on the reasons for such, A

23-07-2015
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OPINION PIECE

REVIEW AND ENHANCEMENT OF OUR CARNIVAL PRODUCT We talk 'country first', but at the first opportunity to live up to this adage some resort to selfish, provincial behaviour.  Take Carnival for example, presently it seems like everyone in Grenada wants Carnival to be brought to their respective communities, if not their doorsteps.  With the attendant decentralization of the event, we are k

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GONZALVES OUT; BANKS IN....

ECCB MONETARY COUNCIL CHANGES CHAIRMANSHIP Basseterre -- Chairmanship of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will be transferred to the Honourable Victor F Banks, Council Member for Anguilla during the official handing-over Ceremony on 24 July at the La Vue Resort, Anguilla.

22-07-2015
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Created on 29 July 2015 Written by Sean Doggett

A MESSAGE FROM THE CONFERENCE OF CHURCHES IN GRENADA

Carnival is festive time. Traditionally, carnival occurred immediately before Lent, but in Grenada it was moved to August by the Maurice Bishop government. As one result, our carnival has lost most of the religious meaning it once had, as it spread from mediaeval Italy to France, Portugal and Spain, and into Latin America and the Caribbean islands.

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Created on 28 July 2015 Written by GIS

GRENADA'S PRIME MINISTER MEETS WITH DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF UNESCO 

ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister of Grenada and current Chair of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, Dr. Keith Mitchell has paid a visit to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in Paris, France.

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Created on 28 July 2015 Written by George

NO SEED GRANTS

St. George – Please be advised that SEED Grants for SEED children would not be paid for the month of July 2015.   Payment of Grants for children will resume in August for the re-opening of school.

Read more: PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
 
Created on 28 July 2015 Written by ray roberts

CHINESE EMBASSY WINS TABLE TENNIS SERIES

St. George -- The staff of the Chinese Embassy in Grenada recorded a three-two victory over a contingent of local players in a friendly series between the two teams last Saturday at the Public Workers Union Building.

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Created on 28 July 2015 Written by Deanna Isaac

GRENLEC CONTRIBUTES TO CARRIACOU'S 50TH REGATTA FESTIVAL

Beausejour - One of the region's biggest summer festivals, the Carriacou Regatta Festival is celebrating its golden jubilee, fifty years.

Read more: BIG WEEKEND IF CARIACOU
 

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