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IMANI PROGRAM

GOVERNMENT WORKING ON PLANS TO KEEP IMANI INTERNS EMPLOYED ST. GEORGE -- The Grenada government is working on new measures to ensure Imani trainees remain employed at the end of their internship period.

03-03-2015
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NDC'S ANNUAL CONVENTION

ADDRESS DELIVERED BY THE POLITICAL LEADER OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS, HON. V. NAZIM BURKE ON THE OCASSION OF  THE 27TH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE PARTY HELD AT GRENVILLE SECONDARY SCHOOL (GSS)  ON MARCH 1ST 2015. GREETINGS AND WELCOME On behalf of the National Executive Council of our party, I bring you warm and fraternal greetings. Sisters and Brothers, the ho

03-03-2015
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DIGICEL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS

DIGICEL SOLVES CARIBBEAN WIRELESS CHALLENGE WITH ADTRAN PROCLOUDSM WI-FISt. George -- Island travellers at the Blue Horizons Garden Resort in Grenada now have world class Wi-Fi service as part of an exceptional Caribbean experience.  Digicel, today announced that is has partnered with ADTRAN INC. a leading global provider of networking and communications equipment to deli

03-03-2015
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THE SEARCHLIGHT

TRAPPED IN THE POLITICAL JUNGLE The St.Kitts/Nevis political fiasco has set many in the region talking and writing about their new found wisdom. I am interested in comments made recently by Peter Wickham. He spoke about the polarisation in St.Kitts /Nevis that 'has effectively deprived 30 percent of the population access to political power and substantial government resources which cannot be good

02-03-2015
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CARIBBEAN DROUGHT FORECAST
SOME ARE DOING WELL....

HIGHEST RESULTS IN FOUR YEARS FOR CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN Bridgetown -- CIBC FirstCaribbean has announced its best quarterly financial performance in four years. For the three months ended January 31, 2015, the Bank recorded net income of $26.6 million, which is its best performance since 2010. CEO Rik Parkhill says that these results were driven by lower loan loss impairment expens

02-03-2015
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CRICKET

REPUBLIC BANK CRICKET TOURNAMENT COMMENCES IN CARRIACOUHillsborough -- Hotel Laurena's Mt. Royal All Stars were the winners of the first match in the 2015 Republic Bank Carriacou United Cricket Board Domestic Cricket Tournament.

02-03-2015
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OPINION PIECE

MINISTER POORLY ADVISED Absolutely no problem with the INTER-COLL Games being staged at Progress Park in St. Andrew! It is a magnificent site and if the Principals Association, Ministry of Sport, Grenada Athletic Association, and the respective stakeholders, including the police, all work together, efficient games with astonishing memories are possible.

28-02-2015
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SITTING OF PARLIAMENT (Audio)
SECOND REVIEW

STATEMENT AT THE END OF AN IMF STAFF VISIT TO GRENADA End-of-Mission press releases include statements of IMF staff teams that convey preliminary findings after a visit to a country. The views expressed in this statement are those of the IMF staff and do not necessarily represent the views of the IMF's Executive Board. This mission will not result in a Board discussion.

27-02-2015
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Created on 06 March 2015 Written by GIS

MORE DOCTORS AT PRINCESS ALICE HOSPITAL

ST. GEORGE -- Residents of St. Andrew and the staff of the Princess Alice Hospital in Mirabeau have praised a decision by Health Minister Nickolas Steele to increase the number of doctors serving the facility.

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Created on 06 March 2015 Written by Lincoln Depradine

KAISO CONTRIBUTION WITH CHALKIE

St George – Educator and eight-time Calypso Monarch of Trinidad & Tobago, Mighty Chalkdust, will be in Grenada next week on an assignment with the Open Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI).

Chalkdust, whose real name is Hollis Liverpool, will be the first presenter in the inaugural "Carol Bristol Distinguished Lecture.' He holds a PhD in history and ethnomusicology, and is an Assistant Professor at the University of the Virgin Islands.

The focus of his Grenada presentation will be on calypso and its contribution to national development, said Dr Nicole Phillip-Dowe. "We are inviting the general public to come out and to be an active part of this lecture. There'll be questions and answers afterwards," said Phillip Dowe, head of the UWI Open Campus.

Read more: LECTURE SERIES
 
Created on 05 March 2015 Written by RGPF

WANTED MAN – AUGUSTINE PARRIS

St. George -- The TGPF is seeking your assistance in locating Augustine Parris, alias "Ziere" -- a 52 year-old construction worker of The Stone, at Grand Anse.

Parris is wanted by the Criminal Investigation Department for questioning in connection with a series of house breaking offences.

He is 5ft; 9in tall, has a dark complexion; a slim build; black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone having information about his whereabouts is asked to notify the C.I.D. at phone Nos. 440-3921, or the nearest police station.

Parris may be armed and dangerous and should be approached with caution.

 
Created on 05 March 2015 Written by u.s embassy

FORENSIC MEDICINE SEMINAR

St. George -- The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs at the U. S. Embassy in Bridgetown will launch Phase Two of its Forensic Medicine Training on Monday at the St. George's University.

Read more: CRIME FIGHTING
 
Created on 05 March 2015 Written by Orlando Montanez

BOLIVARIAN REPUBLIC OF VENEZUELA

MINISTRY OF THE PEOPLE´S POWER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

CARACAS -- The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela considers unacceptable and unjust, the communiqué emanated from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana  last February 28th of 2015, under which Venezuela is "stymieing the development of Guyana  and it´s people and that would be in contravention of international law."

Read more: COMMUNIQUÉ
 

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