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TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE – BALTHAZAR BRIDGE The Balthazar Bridge, St. Andrew is temporary closed due to the inclement weather condition. The great river has over flowed its banks in the area; so please use alternative routes.

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SYSTEM OUTAGES

UPDATE – NAWASA'S WATER SYSTEMS – JUNE 20TH 2017 According to the National Water and Sewerage Authority (NAWASA), due to the inclement weather, the following water systems have been switched off due to high levels of turbidity and dam blockages:

20-06-2017
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OPINION PIECE

GRENADA: NNP ADMINISTRATION ON DELIVERY RAMPAGE!! As the Grenada general election inches closer, there seems to be a mad rush by the NNP administration and their parliamentary representatives to deliver all manner of goods and services to hoodwink the masses. This last minute desperation is a sign that the government is very uncomfortable with its chances of winning the next general election. The

20-06-2017
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TROPICAL UPDATE

STRONG WINDS BEING FELT THROUGHOUT GRENADA St. George -- At 1100 PM AST (0300 UTC), the center of Tropical Storm Bret was located near latitude 10.0 North, longitude 61.3 West. Bret is moving toward the west-northwest near 23 mph (37 km/h) and is expected to gradually reduce its forward speed over the next 48 hours. On the forecast track, the tropical storm is expected to begin m

19-06-2017
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AS BRET APPROACHES

ADVICE FROM UTILITY COMPANIES

19-06-2017
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TROPICAL STORM WARNING

BRET NOW FORMED The second Tropical Storm of the Official North Atlantic Hurricane Season has now formed.  At 500 PM AST the center of Tropical Storm Bret was located by an Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft to be near latitude 9.4 north, longitude 59.8 West. ABOUT 225 Miles  South East OF GRENADA.

19-06-2017
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FOR THE UMPTEENTH TIME!!!!!!!

MOH AND RGPF SEND STRONG MESSAGE TO DERELICT VEHICLES OWNERS ST. GEORGE - The Ministry of Health and the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) have announced that they are getting tough with persons that indiscriminately dump derelict vehicles all over the country.

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"WE MUST DEFEND VENEZUELA'S DEMOCRACY"

OP-ED BY AMBASSADOR LINDA TAGLIALATELA, U.S. AMBASSADOR TO BARBADOS, THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN AND THE OECS As Ambassador, I occasionally promote U.S. policies that are unpopular with some government leaders in the Eastern Caribbean.  That is the case now.   The situation in Venezuela has reached the point where it is impossible for me to remain silent.  What is happening in Venez

19-06-2017
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HEED THIS ADVICE

GRENLEC URGES CUSTOMERS TO BE PREPARED FOR INCLEMENT WEATHER St. George -- With heavy rain and poor weather conditions expected, Grenlec has taken the decision to close our customer care centres from 1:00pm on Monday, 19 Juned 2017. Grenlec also reminds customers to prepare for the potential of power outages and to stay safe. Grenlec will provide official information through the

19-06-2017
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BE PREPARED!

POTENTIAL CYCLONE CONTINUES ITS APPROACH The system we are watching is Potential Tropical Cyclone Two which is around 400 miles east-southeast of Trinidad AT 08:00AM. The system is moving quickly to the west at 23 mph. With this quick movement, the center of this potential system will pass over or near Trinidad tonight.

19-06-2017
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Created on 22 June 2017 Written by George Alcee

AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION UNDERWAY IN THE OECS

St. Lucia -- The Agriculture Sector in OECS Member States is on the brink of a new era in collaborative production for regional and international trade. A comprehensive grouping of regional agriculture stakeholders, which includes Ministers, Manufacturers, Traders, representatives from the Bureau of Standards and the OECS Commission, is working together to ensure the success of the initiative.

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Created on 21 June 2017 Written by George

NOT EXACTLY A BUMPER YEAR FOR GRENADA'S TOURISM

St. George -- Despite increased marketing efforts by the Grenada Tourism Authority, the winter season which ended on April 30 was not a bumper one for Grenada's tourism industry.  Substantial declines were recorded in two of its three sectors during the 2016-2017 season.

Read more: THE FIGURES ARE IN
 
Created on 21 June 2017 Written by Magali Bongrand-Henry

BLAIZE WATER HARVESTING PROJECT

 
Created on 21 June 2017 Written by njtony

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Some people say individuals our age, 50 to 60, have an average of 240 months to live.  With this in mind, there are a couple things I believe we need to push for which will enhance Grenada's ability to move forward.  I think the next general election should have the following two items of constitution reform on the ballot:

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