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NOT TAKING ANY CHANCES....

ST. KITTS AND NEVIS CITIZENS NEED A VISA TO TRAVEL TO CANADA Bridgetown, Barbados — As of 12:00 p.m. EST today, citizens of St. Kitts and Nevis will require a visa to travel to Canada.  Canada is implementing the visa requirement on visitors travelling from St. Kitts and Nevis due to concerns about the issuance of passports and identity management practices with its Citiz

22-11-2014
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DIGICEL VS C AND W

DIGICEL CALLS ON TATT TO WITHSTAND JOINT CABLE & WIRELESS/COLUMBUS PRESSURE TO LIMIT REGULATORY APPROVALS PROCESS IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Port of Spain -- Digicel today publicly called on the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) to hold firm and withstand the severe pressure being applied by UK based Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) and Columbus In

21-11-2014
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LIFTING ITS PROFILE

TOURISM-WISE: CARRIACOU BEING KEPT IN THE LOOP Hillsborough:  With the return of Condor Airlines to Grenada, the Grenada Tourism Authority (G.T.A) has organized a five member team familiarization visit of German Journalists to the sister-isle of Carriacou.

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WILLIE REDHEAD FOUNDATION

FEATURED ADDRESS GIVEN BY H.E DAME CECILE LA GRENADE – GOVERNOR GENERAL ON THE OCCASION OF THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE WILLIE REDHEAD FOUNDATION
AND THE 5TH PATRIMONIAL AWARD CEREMONY
NOVEMBER 10, 2014
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21-11-2014
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PARLIAMENT SITTING (Audio)

SITTING OF THE SENATE November 21, 2014 Part I Part II Part III

21-11-2014
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CAPITAL MARKETS

SPICE ISLAND IS CASE STUDY IN DEBT TRAPS Click here to read

21-11-2014
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STORY WORTH FOLLOWING

DIGICEL WELCOMES STANCE TAKEN BY ECTEL IN RELATION TO PROPOSED ACQUISITION OF COLUMBUS BY CABLE AND WIRELESS Kingston -- Digicel today welcomed the confirmation by the Eastern Caribbean Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ECTEL) that the proposed merger between Cable and Wireless Communications (CWC) and Columbus Communications Inc. (Columbus) is a matter of significant publ

20-11-2014
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CONSTITUTION REFORM UPDATE

PRIME MINISTER SEEKS INTERNATIONAL ASSISTANCE FOR CONSTITUTION REFORM ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell led a delegation to the International Development Partners Conference on Constitution Reform, which was held in Barbados on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.

20-11-2014
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ORDER PAPER

SITTING OF THE SENATE
November 21, 2014
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20-11-2014
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REPUBLIC BANK

THE POWER TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE St. George -- Republic Bank, under its Power to Make a Difference programme, has committed $115,000 towards the Common Sense Parenting & Parenting for Literacy – Train the Trainers Pilot Programme. Two schools have been selected for this programme: Grenville R.C. School and J.W. Fletcher Catholic Secondary School.

20-11-2014
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Created on 24 November 2014 Written by Michael Bascombe

DO NOT POLITICIZE SPORTING ACHIEVEMENTS
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Created on 24 November 2014 Written by ALLYDAY

NUTMEG FESTIVAL OPENS

St. George -- The 2014 edition of the Grenada Nutmeg Festival is up and running.

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Created on 24 November 2014 Written by Chrislyn Lashington

SANDALS MEGAFAM TRIPS PROVE WORTHWHILE FOR GRENADA

St. George -- The Sandals Megafam on Sunday, ended a series of thirteen mega-familiarisation trips to Grenada. Beginning in September, over 2000 travel agents and tour operators from North America visited the island for the day for become familiar with the newest of the Sandals Resorts International properties, Sandals LaSource Grenada. The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) and the Grenada Airports Authority (GAA) treated the visitors to a fair at the new departure lounge of the Maurice Bishop International Airport (MBIA).

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Created on 24 November 2014 Written by ALLYDAY

NETHERLANDS INSURANCE CONTRIBUTES OVER $30K TO IMPLEMENT MODEL MUSIC PROGRAMME AT BOCA SECONDARY SCHOOL

St. George -- Bob Marley, Martin Luther, Bono and even Shakespeare have all attested to the pureness and power of music through performing arts and theatre on the big stage. "There is a practical reason for music education: It teaches people to think, solve problems, to take risks, to think independently, to be an entrepreneur and an innovator." Those were the words of William LaMothe, CEO of the Xerox Corporation.

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Created on 24 November 2014 Written by LLOYD NOEL

WHERE ARE WE HEADING TO?

We are moving closer to that very significant date in March next year- when our tri-Island State and its people, will be making that so very important decision to change our political image – by voting in a referendum to Reform our Constitution, move out of the Commonwealth, and be associated with whoever will have us in the years ahead.

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CBI Program

Not unlike what was done to Grenada, Canada has now slapped a visa requirement on St. Kitts/Nevis as of this weekend.... "due to concerns about the issuance of passports and identity management practices with its Citizenship by Investment program." Notwithstanding that we already have the visa requirement around our necks, does this make you have second thoughts about Grenada's CBI?

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