Hits: 160 Created on 18 November 2016 Written by Ruth Jacob-Roberts Category: COMMUNITY
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NATIONAL CLEAN UP

St. George --The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) is encouraging everyone to join family, friends, neighbors, district teams, community and church organizations on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 November in a National Clean-up drive.  You can play your part in achieving a cleaner neighborhood...community.... and a safer Grenada.

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Hits: 194 Created on 15 November 2016 Written by John Anthony "Citizen" Rullow Category: COMMUNITY
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OUR CONSTITUTION REFORM: GENUINE ACT OR "RACHIFI"?

We have captioned this article with this Caribbean word "rachifi", specifically to highlight the significant role it plays in our society and to show its connection with politics and demagogy. The word has many synonyms in proper English, namely: underhandedness, skulduggery, trickery, crafty deception and deceitful, dishonest or unscrupulous behaviour.

As we move into the final countdown towards a clearly anti-democratic and highly partisanized Constitution Reform, our caption bears greater relevance. Therefore, it is essential that we leave a historical reference to some tough questions before the probable consummation of a "Constitutional Coup d'état" scheduled for November 24th 2016.

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Hits: 262 Created on 20 October 2016 Written by Prudence Greenidge Category: COMMUNITY
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GRENLEC CONTRIBUTES $160K FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PAVILION AND BLEACHERS AT LA BORIE PLAYING FIELD

St. George – Construction has started on a new pavilion at the La Borie Community Playing Field. Grenlec, under its Community Partnership Initiative, is contributing over one hundred and sixty thousand dollars to the project, which is scheduled to be completed in February 2017.

Read more: COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE
 
Hits: 217 Created on 08 November 2016 Written by green group Category: COMMUNITY
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MORE ACTION PLEASE

To: Hon. Clarice Modeste-Curwen,

Minister for Tourism,

Botanical Gardens,

St. George's.

8th November, 2016

Dear Minister,

I read with relief and despair the article in New Today Friday Nov. 4th 2016 entitled 'Cruise Visitors Concerned over Indiscriminate Dumping.'   Relief that a minster has voiced concern in public, thus acknowledging the problem; despair that the littering continues, which is so off-putting to the environmentally aware travelling public. The swift return of litter to the rocks between the cruise port and the water taxi jetty since the clean-up is a disgrace; so, as you say, is the Carenage.

Read more: OPEN LETTER TO TOURISM MINISTER
 
Hits: 254 Created on 18 October 2016 Written by Prudence Greenidge Category: COMMUNITY
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GRENLEC WARNS ABOUT SAFETY RISKS OF UNAUTHORISED RENEWABLE ENERGY INTERCONNECTIONS

St. George -- "Recently a number of customers have been found to have interconnected generation systems to Grenlec's network without authorisation, the vast majority being renewable energy systems. These unauthorised interconnections pose significant safety threats, including electrocution, to our staff and our customers, and could potentially damage our system." So said Collin Cover, General Manager of Grenlec, as he cautioned customers about the danger of connecting solar panels and other electrical generators to Grenlec's network without proper approval.

Read more: PLAY IT SAFE, PILGRIMS!
 

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