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FROM THE CARIBBEAN TO EUROPE, UNI GLOBAL UNION ALLIANCE OF LIBERTY GLOBAL TRADE UNIONS DEMANDS JOB SECURITY AND A STOP TO LOWERING LABOR STANDARDS UNI Global Union is a global federation of trade unions in the services sectors, including telecommunications, with more than 20 million members in more than one 140 countries throughout the world.

23-08-2016
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A NEW FACE AT GTA

THE GTA WELCOMES NEW MARKETING MANAGER St. George – The Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA) has announced the appointment of Ms. Francine Stewart as Marketing Manager with effect from August 1. Ms. Stewart's functions include the interaction with key private and public sector partners, the execution of all marketing programmes, and the management of marketing expenditure.

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STICKING A PIN...

PROJECT GRENADA AND SOUR GRAPES It is often said that the strength of the message depends on the identity and standing of the messenger. The issue of who is speaking is as relevant to those who compose distasteful 'soca' songs, as it is to those who distort the Gospel and those who fabricate political causes. The proponent of Project Grenada, by the time he conceived and publicised the message, w

23-08-2016
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RULING FAVOURS LOUISON

KEITH MITCHELL LOSSES AGAIN In a matter in the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Claim No. GDAHCV2015/0407 between Keith Mitchell (Claimant) and Grenada Today Limited (By its Liquidator Garvey Louison) and Others (Defendants). The Master, Justice Agnes Actie, Ordered as follows:

22-08-2016
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A DESERVING HONOR:

THE KIRANI JAMES STADIUM The naming of our national athletic stadium in honour of Grenada's first ever Olympic goal medallist Kirani James is overpoweringly deserving and undoubtedly long overdue. His name ought to be vividly displayed in the brightest colors on this iconic structure donated to Grenada by the Government and People of China and will unquestionably inspire this generation of young

22-08-2016
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OVER THE WEEKEND...

NATIONAL CLEAN UP CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS St. George -- Scores of individuals turned out last weekend in a join fight against Zika and other mosquito borne diseases.

22-08-2016
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THE ENDLESS FIGHT CONTINUES

WEEKEND DRUG OPERATIONS St. George -- Recent anti-drug operations have resulted in the seizure of over three hundred pounds of compressed marijuana.

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RECOVERY FROM RIVER

POLICE INVESTIGATE DEATH St. George -- Police are investigating the death of a St. Andrew resident which occurred on Friday. The body of Kellon John, 40, of Moyah, was recovered from the Balthazar River after he reportedly dove into the water and failed to resurface. An autopsy is pending to determine the actual cause of death.

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FROM THE COP SHOP......

WEEKEND ARRESTS St. George -- Several persons were arrested and charged over the weekend with varying offenses.

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A NEW APPOINTMENT

DR. PENNY REEDIE APPOINTED JURIST PROJECT DIRECTOR Port of Spain -- The Judicial Reform and Institutional Strengthening (JURIST) Project has appointed Dr. Penny Reedie as Project Director. Dr. Reedie takes over from Ms. Nicole Jauvin who served as Interim Project Director for the past four months. Dr. Reedie served as Canada's High Commissioner to New Zealand from 2005-2009. Fol

22-08-2016
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HEALTH INSPECTORS TO SWEEP PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS FOR MOSQUITO BREEDING AND INFESTATION

St. George -- In the days leading up to the start of the new school year, on September 5, health inspectors and vector control personnel will undertake a comprehensive inspection and fogging of primary and secondary schools on the island.

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Created on 26 August 2016 Written by Keiron Stewart

DIGICEL AND NBA TO BRING JUMPSTART BASKETBALL CLINICS TO THE CARIBBEAN FOR SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR

CASTRIES – Digicel and the National Basketball Association (NBA) announced today that Digicel NBA Jumpstart Basketball Clinics will return to the Caribbean for the second consecutive year.  The clinics, which tip off in Bermuda on Aug. 26, will bring together more than 500 boys, local coaches and for the first time girls, from nine Caribbean countries.  At the conclusion of the clinics, the top seven players in each market will be selected to attend the Digicel NBA Jumpstart Elite Camp in the British Virgin Islands on Oct. 7 – 9, 2016.

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Created on 25 August 2016 Written by RGPF

2 BAILED; 1 REMANDED

St. George -- Two of three men who were nabbed during recent anti-drug operations have been granted bail and a non-national remanded to Richmond Hill Prison.

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Created on 25 August 2016 Written by RGPF

CORONER'S INQUEST INTO SHOOTING DEATH

St. George -- A coroner's inquest will be held into a police-involved fatal shooting which left Bruce Beggs, a 34 year-old of Grand Mal, St. George dead.

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