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TOWARDS AN ACCESSIBLE COURT

OPENING OF THE NEW LAW YEAR 2016 TO 2017 St. George -- On Tuesday 20th September 2016 the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court will commence the New Law Year 2016/2017 with its usual Ceremonial Opening in the form of a Special Sitting of the Court.  There will be simultaneous special sittings in the other eight Member States and Territories of the OECS.

19-09-2016
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YOUTH SEMINAR

THINK CREATIVE ....  BE INNOVATIVE ... St. George -- The Grenada Industrial Development Corporation (GIDC) along with Junior Achievement Grenada will host a half day seminar under the theme: "Think Creative, Be Innovative", to sensitize students on the importance of developing an entrepreneurial mind set and thinking beyond the ordinary. The seminar targets students who woul

19-09-2016
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THE WRONG DIRECTION

ADJUSTMENT TO PETROLEUM PRICES FOR SEPTEMBER 2016
ST. GEORGE -- Effective, Sunday September 18, 2016, the retail prices of petroleum products (Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene and LPG {Cooking Gas}) in the State of Grenada will be as follows:

19-09-2016
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FROM TORONTO

ACCOMMODATING NATIONALS IN CANADA Toronto – Grenadians living in Canada no longer are required to purchase American currency to obtain a passport at the Toronto-based Consulate General, which is headed by Ambassador Derrick James.

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A WARM AND CHEERFUL GENTLEMAN, SAYS PM

PRIME MINISTER'S STATEMENT ON THE DEATH OF SIR DR. LAMUEL STANISLAUS It was with great sadness that the nation learned of the death of Sir Dr. Lamuel Stanislaus, Grenada's former Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York. He passed away earlier today in New York City at the age of 95.

18-09-2016
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OPINION PIECE

MARKETING GRENADA - KIRANI VS LEWIS HAMILTON Kirani James stands out among ALL our athletes, because presently he is our only Olympic Medalist – 2012 Gold and 2016 Silver. Still, all our other Olympic athletes have to be complimented for the quality of the representation they continue to provide.

17-09-2016
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OPINION PIECE

BAI BUREH'S PEOPLE COME HOME TO CARRIACOU: "FOR TRUE, TIME IS REALLY LONGER THAN ROPE" Bai Bureh (1840-1908) was the fearless Temne fighter who led the 1898 war against British colonialism in Northern Sierra Leone, and, no joke, in the course of his fight he offered a one thousand pound reward for the capture of the British Governor of the territory! The offer was proclaimed in response to the Go

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GRENLEC'S WORK IN PM

PUBLIC WASHROOMS CONSTRUCTED IN PETITE MARTINIQUESt. George -- Residents and visitors to Petite Martinique will now benefit from recently constructed public washrooms located near the community playing field, where a number of major festivals and other events are held.

16-09-2016
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STATE OF THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

GRENADA WANTS COMPETITION FOR DISAPPOINTING LIAT BRIDGETOWN -- Grenada's Minister of Tourism and Aviation, Dr Claris Modeste-Curwen says her country is looking for airlines to compete with regional carrier LIAT which has become a major disappointment to many stakeholders in the region.

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PM DELIVERS KEYNOTE

PM MITCHELL AT THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND MEDICINE IN DC ST. GEORGE -- Grenada's Prime Minister, Keith Mitchell delivered the keynote address at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine conference on Thursday.

15-09-2016
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Created on 18 December 2009 Written by George

SEN. FRANKA BERNARDINE ADDRESSES TOWN HALL MEETING IN NEW YORK
Education reform in Grenada

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