Hits: 164 Created on 27 October 2014 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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PRIME MINISTER ENGAGES HUNDREDS AT TOWN-HALL IN LONDON

St. George -- In what he described as one of his most engaging sessions in the London diaspora, Prime Minister Keith Mitchell met with Grenadians in London last Friday.  The meeting was attended by a large number of second generation Grenadians at which questions about unemployment, health care preparations to safeguard against the Ebola virus, plans for agriculture and government's efforts to stabilize the slumping economy we fielded.

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Hits: 291 Created on 25 October 2014 Written by SEN. GEORGE VINCENT Category: POLITICS
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STATEMENT BY SEN. THE HON. DR. GEORGE VINCENT, CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS ON THE STATE OF HEALTH IN GRENADA, CARRIACOU & PETITE MARTINIQUE

WEDNESDAY 23RD OCTOBER 2014

Good evening fellow Grenadians

I address you tonight on the state of health in our tri-island state with specific reference to the on-going Chikungunya epidemic and the real risk of the introduction of Ebola into our country.

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Hits: 302 Created on 25 October 2014 Written by S. Brian Samuel Category: POLITICS
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THE WORLD'S MOST UNCELEBRATED HOLIDAY

TODAY IS GRENADA'S OWN VERSION OF THANKSGIVING DAY; WHEN A NATION DOESN'T CELEBRATE WHAT IT WANTS TO FORGET

An American university professor, upon leaving the office on Friday evening, and remembering that the following day was a national holiday, cast a parting remark to his Grenadian colleagues:

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Hits: 267 Created on 22 October 2014 Written by NDC Category: POLITICS
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NDC'S STATEMENT ON THE SHUTTING DOWN OF CHIME FM

The National Democratic Congress (NDC) strongly condemns the shutdown of Chime FM, and sees this move by authorities as groundless, reckless, an attack on press freedom and an attack on the constitution of Grenada.

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Hits: 192 Created on 22 October 2014 Written by GIS Category: POLITICS
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STATEMENT FROM THE NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY COMMISSION (NTRC)

ST. GEORGE -- The National Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (NTRC) has received an application from Grant Communications on October 21, 2014, for the provision of FM Radio Broadcasting services in Grenada.  The application has been duly processed and submitted to the Minister responsible for Telecommunications, for his consideration.  The NTRC will continue its efforts at ensuring that the License status of ALL radio broadcasters is regularized.

 

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