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FOREIGN AFFAIRS

GRENADA'S FOREIGN AFFAIRS MINISTER PARTICIPATES SUCCESSFULLY AT THE SUMMIT OF THE AMERICASSt. George -- Minister Clarice Modeste-Curwen has held several strategic bilateral meetings with counterparts from friendly countries at the Seventh Summit of the Americas, held in Panama City from April 10-11.

15-04-2015
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REGIONAL ADDRESS FROM ECCB

STRENGTHENING OUR CURRENCY UNION AND SECURING OUR FUTURE Delivered By Dr The Honourable Ralph E Gonsalves Chairman, ECCB Monetary Council 14 April 2015 Listen to address here Introduction Fellow citizens of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union, I am very pleased to address you on several important issue

15-04-2015
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A REPRIEVE

FILING OF INCOME TAX DEADLINE EXTENDED TO APRIL 30TH, 2015 ST. GEORGE --The Government of Grenada recognizes that, with the changes to the Income Tax Act in 2014, income tax filing is a new requirement for some taxpayers.  As a result, the period for filing tax returns, without penalty, has been extended by one month to April 30, 2015 for any and all taxpayers who have not y

15-04-2015
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OPINION PIECE

DEVELOPMENT OR DESTRUCTION: WHY THE GROWTH OF YACHTING IN TYRELL BAY SHOULD BE A CONCERN It is generally said that the price of development is high. The need to balance development, such that the focus on short term benefits does not mask the long term economic, environmental and social costs, is a challenge for many countries. In the case of developing countries, particularly small islands like

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EDUCATION

2015 CHINA SHORT TERM COURSES St. George -- The Government of the People's Republic of China is inviting the Government of Grenada to nominate suitably qualified individuals to participate in a number of short-term professional training courses in that country in 2015.

14-04-2015
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CRICKET, LOVELY CRICKET...

HOTELS BOOKED OUT FOR CRICKET ST. GEORGE -- Local hotels and guest houses are reported to be fully booked and anxiously awaiting the thousands of international and regional fans who will begin pouring into Grenada in the next few days.

14-04-2015
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MAREP

FIVE OF MAREP'S BENEFICIARIES TRAVEL TO TRINIDAD TO BE TRAINED IN AQUACULTURE AND HYDROPONICS St. George -- The Market Access and Rural Enterprise Development Programme (MAREP) is embarking on a series of Exchange Visits planned for 2015.  MAREP has partnered with the Ministry of Food Production in Trinidad to expose young persons to sustainable agriculture methodologies in

14-04-2015
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ANOTHER MURDER!

ST. GEORGE RESIDENT CHARGED WITH MURDER St. George -- A 25 year old man has been charged in connection with the death of 23 year old Kareem Morain of Pomme Rose, St.  David.

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ECCB MONETARY COUNCIL CHAIR ISSUES STATEMENT

"STRENGTHENING OUR CURRENCY UNION AND SECURING OUR FUTURE" Basseterre - The Chairman of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Monetary Council, Dr the Honourable Ralph Gonsalves, will address the citizens and residents of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) via radio and television on Tuesday, 14 April on matters pertaining to the banking and financial sector.

13-04-2015
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FINALLY DONE...

TANTEEN TENNIS COURTS REFURBISHED St. George -- The final phase of the Tanteen Tennis courts refurbishment and resurfacing project was completed late Saturday night as project manager Craig Russell of Richard Russell Pro Shops Jamaica and his assistants put the final touches to the courts at approximately 11 p.m.

12-04-2015
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