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THE PASSING OF BISHOP VINCENT DARIUS

The members of the Executive Committee of the Conference of Churches in Grenada heard with great sadness of the death of Most Reverend Vincent Darius O.P., the Bishop of St. George's-in-Grenada.

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Hits: 172 Created on 19 April 2016 Written by George Category: OTHER
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RIVIERA DEVELOPMENT AND RELOCATION OF CAMERHOGNE PARK

The Grouping of Civil Society Organisations will host a public forum on the proposed Riviera Development and Relocation of Camerhogne Park on Thursday, April 21st, from 5.00 p.m. to 7.30 p.m  at the Grenada National Stadium Hospitality Centre (2nd floor).

Representatives of the developers have been invited to make a presentation on the proposed development and responses are expected from representatives of civil society, led by the Willie Redhead Foundation, and from the general public.  There will be a question and answer period with the audience.

The objectives of the forum are as follows:

i.            To provide an opportunity for the constituents of the Grouping of Civil Society – i.e. the wider civil society sector and the general public – to hear first-hand from the developer about the plans for the proposed Riviera Development and Relocation of Camerhogne Park.

ii.            To provide an opportunity for constituents of the civil society sector and general public to ask questions about the proposed development and to offer their own views on the proposed project

iii.            To provide an opportunity for the developers and representatives of other key stakeholder interests to hear from the wider civil society sector and general public.

All interested organisations and members of the public are invited to participate in this important forum on the future of a significant national asset and part of Grenada's patrimony.

This forum will be carried live on CHIME FM 100.9 and online at www.grenadabroadcast.com.  Contributions may be made by persons in the Diaspora and Grenadians who may not be able to physically attend through the SHOUTBOX on GrenadaBroadcast (left side of this page), email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or facebook/grenadabroadcast 

 
Hits: 193 Created on 07 April 2016 Written by NADMA Category: OTHER
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NaDMA RECEIVES REPORTS OF 5.7 MAGNITUDE EARTHQUAKE

St. George -- The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA), has received preliminary reports from the Seismic Research Centre, at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, of a Magnitude 5.7 earthquake which occurred at approximately 08:22 am on Thursday April 7, 2016. The preliminary coordinates were 62.45W degrees longitude, and 10.79 degrees latitude, at a depth of 10 km.

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Hits: 204 Created on 06 April 2016 Written by Junior Jarvis Category: OTHER
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Kingstown - World Pediatric Project Caribbean will, on April 1, launch a six-week campaign within the region, where a new logo would be selected through social media.

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Hits: 176 Created on 04 April 2016 Written by Laurel Bain Category: OTHER
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THE GEORGE BRIZAN LEGACY COMMITTEE EXTENDS APPRECIATION

The George Brizan Legacy Committee extends its appreciation to the persons and institutions that supported the events in honour of Mr George Ignatius Brizan.

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