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26-04-2016
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A FEATHER IN THE CAP FOR TWO...

POLICE OFFICERS RECEIVE REGIONAL AWARDSSt. George - Two members of the Royal Grenada Police Force have received awards in the Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP) Regional Awards Programme.  They are Sergeant of Police Dianne Dumont and Constable Clifford Charles.

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BISHOP VINCENT DARIUS PASSES ON

A STATEMENT FROM THE CATHOLIC CHANCERY "It is with deep sadness that we inform you of the death of Bishop Vincent M Darius. He died Tuesday, April 26, 2016 at approximately 12:45 a.m. while undergoing medical treatment at the Bellevue Medical Centre, New York, surrounded by his sisters and family members. He was 60 years old. A cause of death has not yet been announced. His death, while not unex

26-04-2016
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GRENADA MOURNS BISHOP DARIUS' PASSING

STATEMENT FROM THE PRIME MINISTER ON THE PASSING OF BISHOP DARIUS ST. GEORGE -- On behalf of the Government and People of Grenada, Prime Minister Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell extends condolences to the family, friends, and indeed, the Roman Catholic community, on the passing of Bishop Vincent Darius.

26-04-2016
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THE OUTPOURING BEGINS

STATEMENT BY POLITICAL LEADER OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS, SENATOR V. NAZIM BURKE ON THE PASSING OF BISHOP VINCENT DARIUS It is with dismay and deep sadness that we  learned that the Most Reverend Bishop Vincent Darius, Bishop of St. George's in Grenada passed away at the Belle Vue Hospital, in New York, today.

26-04-2016
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LIGHTING THINGS UP

GRENLEC COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE IN ACTION St. George -- Continuing to positively impact communities, Grenlec joined the Fontenoy United Club, Government officials and community members to turn on lights at the Grand Mal Playing Field on Saturday.

25-04-2016
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GDA WATER AND SEWER INFRASTRUCTURE DISCUSSION IN NJ

The panel will include a representative from UNEP, ‎a Waste Water system design engineer, a DEP engineer and a medical professional.  Grenadians in the NY/NJ Tri-State area, please support this occasion.

24-04-2016
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SIR ARCHIBALD NEDD MEMORIAL LECTURE
OPINION PIECE

PUBLIC POLICY AND THE FIXED-TERM CONTRACT The Grenada Tourism Authority is a public body judged from its ownership, jurisdiction, funding, purposes and accountabilities. As a legal entity, it functions as an employer duly able to establish contracts of employment with its staff for the provision of services. People are hired to enable organisations to achieve their goals. There can be no argument

23-04-2016
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OPINION PIECE...

THE VICTIM OF A FAILED SYSTEM It was with shock, disbelief, sadness and anger that I learned of the death of police Corporal Daniel Edgar. What could have gone into the mind of a man to take the life of a police officer whose only intention was to serve and protect?  Corporal Edgar's death leaves more questions than answers, and surely does open up a big can of worms. While I am saddened and

23-04-2016
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Created on 30 April 2016 Written by George

WANTED MAN – OMARI HALL

St. George – The RGPF is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating Omari Matthew Hall, a 33 year old landscaper of The Stones, Grand Anse, St. George.

Hall is wanted by the Criminal Investigation Department for questioning in relation to a shooting incident, which occurred at the St. George's Market on Friday, April 29.

Hall is light skinned in complexion, medium built, with dark brown eyes and black hair. He is about five feet nine inches in height.

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Created on 29 April 2016 Written by CARIBVET

GOOD ANIMAL AND VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH

ST. GEORGE -- "The Caribbean Animal Health Network, CaribVET, continues to work in earnest with its partners to safeguard the animal and veterinary public health of the Caribbean region", affirmed Dr Kathian Hackshaw, Chair of the Steering Committee of CaribVET, at the network's annual Meeting held in Grenada, 4-6 April 2016. In her opening remarks, she highlighted the strong link between animal health and international trade, saying that CaribVET is highly committed to contributing to the development of a safe, prosperous and healthy region.

Read more: THE KEY TO A SAFE AND PROSPEROUS REGION
 
Created on 29 April 2016 Written by CSO

ON THE PASSING OF BISHOP VINCENT DARIUS

On the passing of Bishop Vincent Darius, the Grouping of Civil Society Organisations offers its sincere condolences to his family, friends, colleagues and the family of the Roman Catholic Diocese.

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Created on 28 April 2016 Written by ECCB

ECCB CONNECTS

Deputy Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, Trevor Brathwaite, discusses the Steps to Bank Resolution on this episode of ECCB Connects

 
Created on 27 April 2016 Written by CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

ICIJ TO RELEASE PANAMA PAPERS OFFSHORE COMPANIES DATABASE ON MAY 9


WASHINGTON, USA -- The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) will release on May 9 a searchable database with information on more than 200,000 offshore entities that are part of the so called Panama Papers leak of confidential files.

Read more: THE PANAMA PAPERS
 

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