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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.

28-08-2014
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WORRYING.....

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.

28-08-2014
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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.

28-08-2014
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CLIMATE CHANGE

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 Swit

28-08-2014
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ON THE REBOUND?

STATEMENT AT THE CONCLUSION OF AN IMF STAFF MISSION TO GRENADA Washington -- An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team visited Grenada during August 18-27, 2014 to conduct discussions on the first review of Grenada's IMF-supported program under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The program was approved on June 26, 2014  for a total amount equivalent to SDR 14.04 million (a

27-08-2014
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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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