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THE IMF IS WELL-PLEASED

FIRST REVIEW OF GRENADA'S HOME GROWN PROGRAMSt. George -- A five-member team from the International Monetary Fund has just concluded the first review of Grenada's Homegown Structural Adjustment Program following a ten-day visit. The program began in January of this year, with the IMF officially endorsing it in June. According to Aliona Cebotari, the IMF's mission chief, thepro

27-08-2014
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DRAFT CASINO BILL

EXCERPTS FROM THE PRESENTATION OF LABOR SENATOR RAY ROBERTS TO THE SENATE St. George -- Mr. President - the Labor Movement like other organizations is a body of diverse views on many social and economic issues - and on controversial issues, consensus is a challenge.

27-08-2014
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KUDOS TO GRENADIAN FANS

WEST INDIES CRICKET BOARD PLEASED WITH CROWD ATTENDANCE IN GRENADA ST. GEORGE -- The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) is pleased with the large turnout of spectators to the National Stadium in Grenada for the first and second One-Day International (ODI) matches between West Indies and Bangladesh.  So says a release from the Government Information Service.

27-08-2014
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TRIBUTE BY THE OECS BAR ASSOCIATION

THE SPECIAL SITTING OF THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN SUPREME COURT IN SAINT LUCIA IN HONOUR  OF  RETIRED JUSTICE SUZIE D'AUVERGNE WHO PASSED AWAY ON MONDAY, AUGUST 18TH, 2014 The OECS Bar Association mourns the loss of Justice Suzie d'Auvergne, a true giant of the legal profession and exemplary citizen of the OECS.

27-08-2014
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PARLIAMENTARY SITTING
BUILD A HOME....

HOUSING LOAN ANNOUNCED FOR LOW INCOME EARNERS ST. George - The Grenadian government has announced the establishment of a soft loan scheme to assist low-income earners construct their homes.

26-08-2014
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POST CABINET BRIEFING (Audio)

MP OLIVER JOSEPH ADDRESSES MEDIA Click here to listen

26-08-2014
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OPINION PIECE

CONSTITUTION REFORM MUST BE AN ONGOING PROCESS The political leader of the main opposition party, Senator Nazim Burke recently made a declaration that his party "will neither support the proposed Constitutional Reforms in its present construct nor the holding of a National Referendum for that purpose." He stated that  "the proposed amendments to the Constitution leave unattended some of the

26-08-2014
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TIME'S RUNNING OUT

FINAL PERIOD FOR PAYMENT OF PROPERTY TAX BEFORE INTEREST AND PENALTIES ST. GEORGE -- The general public is reminded that August 29th 2014 is the final day for payment of property tax, for the year 2014 without incurring 10% penalty and 2% interest.

26-08-2014
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IMF'S IN TOWN

FIRST REVIEW OF GRENADA'S HOME GROWN PROGRAMME ST. GEORGE -- An International Monetary Fund (IMF) Team is currently in Grenada conducting the first review of Government's Homegrown Structural Reform Programme. This first review covers the period January to June 2014.

26-08-2014
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Created on 29 August 2014 Written by GIS

PRIME MINISTER TO LEAD DELEGATION TO UN-SIDS CONFERENCE IN SAMOA

ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister Dr. The Right Honourable Keith Mitchell leaves Grenada today to attend the Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS), held from September 1st-4th, in Apia, Samoa.

Read more: SMALL ISLAND DEVELOPING STATES
 
Created on 28 August 2014 Written by George

GTAWU ISSUES ULTIMATUM TO GRENADA PORTS AUTHORITY

St. George -- The Grenada Technical and Allied Workers' Union, in a letter dated August 27, 2014 has issued an ultimatum to the Grenada Ports Authority to commence negotiations on the outstanding Collective Labour Agreement with the Bus Terminus, as well as updating another agreement with Grenada Ports Authority workers.

Read more: PLEASE REPLY, OR ELSE...
 
Created on 28 August 2014 Written by CNN

DEATH TOLL PASSES 1,550 AS EBOLA OUTBREAK ACCELERATES, SAYS WHO

Atlanta -- The Ebola outbreak "continues to accelerate" in West Africa and has killed 1,552 people so far, the World Health Organization said Thursday.

Read more: WORRYING.....
 
Created on 28 August 2014 Written by GIS

GRENADA CONFIRMS TWELVE LABORATORY CASES OF CHIKUNGUNYA

St. George -- The Grenadian Health Ministry is reporting confirmation of twelve (12) cases of Chikungunya on the mainland.

Read more: BE ON GUARD
 
Created on 28 August 2014 Written by GIS

GRENADA PARTICIPATES IN THE FIRST EVER GLOBAL CONFERENCE ON HEALTH AND CLIMATE

St. George -- Grenada's Health Minister is among more than 200 government ministers, health practitioners and experts in climate change and sustainable development participating in the first ever global conference of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Health and Climate, now underway in Geneva Switzerland.

Read more: CLIMATE CHANGE
 

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