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TOP U.S HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETE, AMANDA CRAWFORD, WANTS TO COMPETE FOR GRENADA
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24-01-2015
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INDEPENDENCE EXTRAVAGANZA
BASIC NEEDS TRUST FUND

OFFICAL HANDING OVER OF THE ST.JOHN'S ANGLICAN SCHOOL TOILET FACILITY St. John -- The Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF) officially handed over sanitation facilities to the St. John's Anglican Primary School in Gouyave at a special ceremony during a Parent Teachers Association Meeting on Thursday, 22 January, 2015.

23-01-2015
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BRATHWAITE DOES IT, AGAIN!

GRENADIAN ENTREPRENEUR, EARLE BRATHWAITE, A PARTY TO BUSINESS DEAL Click here to read

23-01-2015
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TOURISM

GRENADA'S TOURISM MINISTER VISITS THE SISTER ISLE OF CARRIACOU ST. GEORGE -- New Minister for Tourism and Civil Aviation, Hon. Yolande Bain-Horsford is on her first visit to Carriacou, since her appointment.

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PERMACULTURE

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN GRENADAMt. Moritz -- Thirty six persons from various backgrounds, occupations and communities across Grenada, will soon be certified in the principles of Permaculture which will benefit both individuals and their communities in rewarding ways.

22-01-2015
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GRENADAB TV

THE OWEN FARMS STORYOne of Grenada's rural areas is now the home to what appears destined to become a major processing plant for poultry, pigs, rabbits and other popular Grenadian meats. Dr. Dennis Atoe, the brain behind this initiative, tells the story.

22-01-2015
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DIGICEL GROUP ANNOUNCES UNIQUE PARTNERSHIP

WORLD CLASS MUSIC STREAMING SERVICE ON SMARTPHONES Kingston -- Digicel Group today announced a ground breaking service with leading global music streaming provider, Rdio, to offer Digicel customers across the globe access to over 35 million international titles – as well as the very best local and regional music – all on their own smartphones.

22-01-2015
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LET'S CATCH THE CULPRITS

POLICE SEEKING THE PUBLIC'S ASSISTANCE St. George – The Royal Grenada Police Force is seeking witnesses to help in its investigation into a report of property damage at the St. George Bus Terminus.

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DANGEROUS DRUGS AMENDMENT ACT 2015

JAMAICA / CANADIAN MEDICAL MARIJUANA PRODUCER SAYS JAMAICA'S MOVE TODAY TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA IS GOOD NEWS FOR HEALTHCARE AND THE ECONOMY Toronto - Today's announcement that the Government of Jamaica has introduced a bill to legalize  both the production of medical marijuana and the personal consumption of marijuana  is being seen as a positive economic and medical

21-01-2015
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Created on 27 January 2015 Written by George

WORLD FUEL PRICES PUSH ELECTRICITY RATE TO LOWEST LEVEL IN FOUR YEARS

St. George – According to the Grenada Electricity Services Ltd. (GRENLEC) lower fuel prices on the world market have significantly lowered the cost of electricity here in Grenada.

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Created on 27 January 2015 Written by GIS

HEAVYWEIGHT AMERICAN INVESTORS EYING GRENADA'S ENERGY SECTOR

ST. GEORGE -- A group of heavyweight American investors are in Grenada exploring opportunities in several key sectors -- including energy.

Read more: FOR REAL?
 
Created on 27 January 2015 Written by GIS

CUSTOMS INVESTIGATING CONTAINER WITH UNDECLARED ITEMS

ST. GEORGE -- It has come to the attention of the Division of Customs and Excise, Ministry of Finance and Energy, that the importation of a container, including items donated to the Ministry of Health, by a Grenadian living abroad, has been the subject of public speculation over the past few weeks.

Read more: FINALLY --- A STATEMENT!!!!
 
Created on 26 January 2015 Written by GTA

BECOME A HOMESTAY HOST

St. George - With just under two thousand registered rooms in Grenada, Carriacou, Petite Martinique, the Grenada Tourism Authority's new Homestay programme aims to expand the nation's room stock while diversifying its tourism product.

Read more: INVITATION FROM GTA
 
Created on 26 January 2015 Written by George

A REPORT ON THE BANKS PERFORMANCE AS A SERVICE DELIVERY COMPANY

St. George -- In the context of the global, regional, and local service industries where organizations are placing emphasis on cost cutting and down-sizing and other measures, customers and customer service as a whole, are being negatively affected.  The approach to service is sometimes seen as damage control, having given first attention to other operational concerns for organizations.

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