Hits: 543 Created on 21 August 2015 Written by GARVEY LOUISON Category: POLITICS
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JOY RIDING

Several persons are puzzled by the travel pattern of Caribbean leaders and the impact of this travel on the country they represent. In the past it was common to expect that when a leader travels he would return with substantial benefits and ideas for the transformation of the nation that he represents.

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Hits: 277 Created on 19 August 2015 Written by George Category: POLITICS
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PM TO VISIT TORONTO


Toronto -- According to the Consulate General of Grenada in Toronto, Prime Minister Keith C. Mitchell, will visit Toronto to engage nationals and friends of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique on Friday, August 21.

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Hits: 636 Created on 07 August 2015 Written by NEWS AMERICAS NOW Category: POLITICS
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CARIBBEAN NATIONALS THROW "SHADE" ON TRUMP
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Hits: 406 Created on 27 July 2015 Written by Sonntgszeitung Category: POLITICS
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UNTOUCHABLE IN THE NAME OF GRENADA

(Translation from German, original: Sonntgszeitung, 26th July 2015)

Geneva -- The property behind the two-meter high wall in the noble Geneva suburb of Vandœuvres covers an area of six soccer fields. It offers a 9-hole golf course, a swimming pool, a tennis court.

Read more: THE DIPLOMATIC PASSPORT BUSINESS
 
Hits: 413 Created on 22 July 2015 Written by ECCB Category: POLITICS
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ECCB MONETARY COUNCIL CHANGES CHAIRMANSHIP

Basseterre -- Chairmanship of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) will be transferred to the Honourable Victor F Banks, Council Member for Anguilla during the official handing-over Ceremony on 24 July at the La Vue Resort, Anguilla.

Read more: GONZALVES OUT; BANKS IN....
 

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