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OPINION PIECE

GRENADIAN ACCOUNTANT DEFEATS PRIME MINISTER IN COURT St. George -- Prime Minister of Grenada Dr. Keith Mitchell has lost his bid before the High Court of Justice in Grenada to have local Chartered Certified Accountant, Garvey Louison, removed as liquidator of the Grenada Today Newspaper.

18-04-2014
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CLIMATE CHANGE

REGIONAL CLIMATE CENTRE FOR CARIBBEAN LAUNCHED WMOusaid -- The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and the Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH), with funding from the US Agency for International Development (USAID), launched a Regional Climate Centre (RCC) for the Caribbean aimed at helping the Eastern Caribbean improve its ability to understand and predic

16-04-2014
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FINANCIAL NEWS

COMMUNAL CO-OPERATIVE CREDIT UNION LAUNCHES DEBIT CARD St. George -- The Communal Co-operative Credit Union (CCCU) has announced the introduction of its International Debit Card with CONNEX Experience. Grenada Co-operative Bank Limited (Co-op Bank), the Grenada Public Service Credit Union Limited (GPSCCU), in conjunction with the Caribbean Credit Card Corporation (4C's) formed th

16-04-2014
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SUZIE KOLBER WRITES

HOW TO EXPRESS YOUR CONDOLENCES FOR A LOVED ONE It can be difficult to know what to say when someone passes away. Death is often an uncomfortable topic, making it hard to express your feelings of condolence and sympathy to the survivor. Here are some effective ways you can express your condolences based on what is appropriate and what you feel the most comfortable with.

15-04-2014
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THE CONFERENCE OF CHURCHES IN GRENADA

HOLY WEEK SERVICES St. George -- This week 13th to 19th April is HOLY WEEK when Christians throughout the world celebrate the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the most important happening in the history of mankind.

15-04-2014
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GRENADAB TV

THOSE PRETTY EYES BY GLAZE 2014 Refreshingly different … Grenadian content with the potential to crossover to mainstream. Not limited by the “We culcha” syndrome. Keep up the good work, guys. Show ‘em how its done!

15-04-2014
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A GRENADA TRADITION
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CARIBBEAN SHOCK AT AIRFARE RISE FOLLOWING TAX CUT
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THE EAGLE APP HAS LANDED!

ALLYDAY CREATIVE PROJECTS HAS DONE IT AGAIN!St. George -- This eagle-eyed, innovative, creative design company has just launched a new app. This latest innovation complements their already impressive customer offering. Current advertisers in their internationally renowned magazine, Lime & Dine Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique are being offered a free, complimentary

15-04-2014
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OPINION PIECE

GRENADA TOURISM BRANDING ISSUE A distinction needs to be made between a national brand and a tourism brand. However, while one branding may serve both purposes, many destinations tend to choose a pure stand tourism brand. For example, in the case of St Lucia, they recently re-branded their tourism from "St. Lucia-Simply Beautiful" to "St Lucia". But St. Lucia is

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Created on 17 April 2014 Written by Samantha Ince-John

THE GREEN CONSORTIUM ADVOCATES FOR A GREENER GRENADA

ST. GEORGE -- The Green Consortium, a group of St. George's University students, faculty and staff dedicated to environmental sustainability, is partnering with about 14 local entities including homes, churches, supermarkets, vendors, and institutions to assist the Grenada Solid Waste Management Authority (GSWMA) in its waste management initiatives.

Read more: ... BUT IS THE PUBLIC LISTENING?
 
Created on 17 April 2014 Written by George

AWARDS FOR REPORTING TAX COMPLIANCE ISSUES

Bridgetown -- Whistleblowers are an important part of the IRS tax compliance program, and can receive substantial awards if the IRS uses their information.  The IRS Whistleblower Office can award up to 30 percent of the additional tax, penalty and other amounts it collects.

Read more: WANTED: WHISTLEBLOWERS!!!
 
Created on 17 April 2014 Written by Arley Gill

TRACING THE ORIGIN OF TRINIDAD'S CARNIVAL TO GRENADA

How is it that Carnival, a festival that is so strongly influenced by the French, found its nursery on an island that was never colonized by the French?

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Created on 17 April 2014 Written by CARILED

CARRIACOU ICT BRIDGE HOSTS FIRST NETWORKING SESSION

Hillsborough -- Less than one month after the official launch of the Caribbean Local Economic Development (CARILED) Program sponsored ICT Bridge at the Carriacou Multipurpose Centre, the technology is proving its worth.

Read more: CARIBBEAN LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
 
Created on 16 April 2014 Written by ANISHA

PURE GRENADA - OUR NEW DESTINATION BRAND

It is a bit surprising that Grenada's new destination brand has been launched since February, but almost two months later, it is just beginning to register in the minds of Grenadians as the buzz is becoming louder as the weeks roll on.

Read more: GRENADIAN VOICE
 

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