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HON. ELVIN NIMROD
Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Legal Affairs

***Appointment of Lawrence Joseph***
***Removal of work permit requirements***
***Relocation of Carriacou jetty***
***Reaction to NDC's withdrawal from CRAC***
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Hits: 19 Created on 31 March 2015 Written by Dexter Mitchell Category: Latest
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HOW TO FIX CARNIVAL- Part 1

A wry smile becomes the facial expression of note when one realizes that the simple and obvious panacea for all of carnival ills would be to remove the political cronies, the band-wagonists and the bunch of incompetent hustlers who are holding Grenada's largest and most important cultural activity hostage.

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Hits: 55 Created on 31 March 2015 Written by CRFM Category: Latest
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CARIBBEAN FISHERIES FORUM TO REVIEW REGIONAL SPINY LOBSTER DECLARATION

Belize City, (CRFM) -- Heads of national fisheries authorities from the seventeen (17) Member States of the Caribbean Regional Fisheries Mechanism (CRFM), as well as observers and partner agencies, will attend the 13th Meeting of the Caribbean Fisheries Forum in Grenada this week. The representatives will review the status of fisheries and aquaculture in the region and chart the roadmap for enhancing their contribution to national and regional development.

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Hits: 56 Created on 31 March 2015 Written by sCOOTER Category: Latest
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THE RGPF HAS SEEN BETTER DAYS

The Royal Grenada Police Force is the lone organization responsible for law enforcement in Grenada. The men and women who give their lives to serve our country must be commended and held in high esteem. The truth is, this noble institution has had some tumultuous days, and has not really made the kind of strides that are expected.

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Hits: 61 Created on 30 March 2015 Written by TWRF Category: Latest
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PAST PRESIDENT OF TWRF VISITS UNIVERSITY OF GUYANA CAMPUS

St. George -- It was not by accident that Norris Mitchell, past president of the Willie Redhead Foundation (tWRF) was on campus to lecture the Architectural students of the Department of Architecture at the University of Guyana.

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