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WORLD BANK MISSION IS IN GRENADA ST. GEORGE -- A ten member World Bank team is visiting Grenada from February 2 to 5, 2016 to advance the preparation of the Development Policy Credit and Loan (DPC/DPL).

05-02-2016
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OPINION PIECE

OECS CAPITAL CITIES IN CRISIS (ECHOES OF CAMERHOGNE PARK)The invention of the printing press by China in the 14th century, and its introduction into Europe a century later, ushered in the democratization of information, thereby shattering the monastic confines of knowledge and therefore of education. New centres of learning – worldwide, emerged, which revealed the hidden mysteries of Science

05-02-2016
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SANDALS NOT ON TRIAL

JUDGE DISMISSES MISICK'S MISTRIAL APPLICATION JAMAICAOBSERVER SANDALS STATEMENT

04-02-2016
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INDY CELEBRATIONS IN NYC

GRENADA'S CALYPSO MONARCH AJAMU CELEBRATES 42ND ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE IN NYC New York -- The approximately 100,000 thousand Grenadian-Americans in New York City and the surrounding tri-state area, would be joined by Grenada's reigning, most-crowned Calypso Monarch, King Ajamu, along with the reigning Road March King, Synnah and former National and Diaspora crown-holders, In

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THERE'S HOPE, YET......

CUBA DEVELOPS BIOPHARMACEUTICALS TO TREAT CANCER Havana - Cuba currently has a total of 28 drugs registered, or in various stages of investigation, for the treatment of cancer, which include therapeutic vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, interferons and peptides, developed in different scientific institutions linked to the country's biotechnology sector.

04-02-2016
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A SLIGHT CHANGE IN PROCEDURE

THREE NEW CONSTITUTION AMENDMENT BILLS St. George -- On Tuesday, February 4th 2016, the House of Representatives withdrew the Constitution Amendment Bill which was titled "Term of Office of the Prime Minister, Fixed date for General Elections and Ensuring the Leader of the Opposition" and replaced it with three new Bills:-

04-02-2016
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JOINT OECS RESPONSE TO ZIKA VIRUS

ELIMINATE BREEDING TODAY – KEEP ZIKA AWAY
Address by
Chairman of the OECS
Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell Dear citizens of the OECS, With increasing frequency in recent times, we have been faced with threats from infectious diseases originating from outside our region. Ever since the threat of Ebola, the OECS Ministers of Health have met as a council with their advisors and our

04-02-2016
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OECS JOINT STATEMENT ON ZIKA

ELIMINATE BREEDING TODAY – KEEP ZIKA AWAY Address by Chairman of the OECS Dr. the Rt. Hon. Keith Mitchell Dear citizens of the OECS, With increasing frequency in recent times, we have been faced with threats from infectious diseases originating from outside our region.  Ever since the threat of Ebola, the OECS Ministers of Health have met as a council with their advisors and our princi

04-02-2016
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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

GAS PRICES IN THE OECS - HIGHWAY ROBBERYHey, have a good look at the attached, showing the prices of a 20 lb cylinder of gas in the member countries of the OECS.

04-02-2016
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UK EXPATS – DON'T MISS OUT

YOU MAY BE ABLE TO VOTE IN THE EU REFERENDUM On Wednesday, the UK Electoral Commission has launched a day of dedicated activity to encourage British citizens living overseas to register to vote ahead of the referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union.

03-02-2016
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Created on 09 February 2016 Written by RIA MURRAY

GRENADA'S SHAMARI MARK SHINES

St. George -- A Grenadian footballer has been recognized for his skill in the midfield. Grenada's Shamari Mark formerly of Sunsetters FC now plays for the University of the West Indies Blackbirds in the Barbados Premier League.

Mark was mentioned as part of the Barbados Football Association's Digicel Premier League Team of the week with Renaldo Gilkes on January 28.

About Shamari, Gilkes wrote, "Hopefully the Grenadian speedster can stay fit this season, so that spectators can see his true potential and more performances like the one produced against Paradise last weekend. Mark was a constant menace to both wing backs as his pace was too much for either of them; he also assisted the first of his team's two goals."

The Grenada Football Association would like to wish Shamari all the best in his pursuits.

 
Created on 08 February 2016 Written by RGPF

POLICE CONFIRM BOATING INCIDENT

St. George -- Police are confirming a boating incident which occurred in the northern waters of Grenada, in the vicinity of Sugar Loaf Island, around 7:00 p.m. on Sunday evening.

Read more: INCIDENT MARS INDY WEEKEND
 
Created on 07 February 2016 Written by ECCB

ECCB GOVERNOR HIGHLIGHTS ISSUE OF CORRESPONDENT BANKING RELATIONS WITH US GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL

Basseterre - In his first external engagement, Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Timothy N. J. Antoine, met with Laura A. Griesmer, Deputy Chief of Mission Embassy of the United States of America to Barbados, the Eastern Caribbean and the OECS on 4 February.

Read more: NEW GOVERNOR SETTLES IN
 
Created on 07 February 2016 Written by Crissano Dalley

BOB MARLEY FOUNDATION JOINS THE SANDALS FOUNDATION TO EMPOWER WOMEN

ST. GEORGE- Two of the Caribbean's most influential brands, the Sandals Foundation and The Bob Marley Foundation, are joining forces to address the chronic issue of gender inequality in the Caribbeanwith the introduction of Women Helping Others Achieve (WHOA).

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Created on 07 February 2016 Written by George

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