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CLOSING OF MPA SUMMER CAMP

EMPOWERING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE St. George -- "Who are we? Who are we? MPA Summer Campers!" was the joyful chant of forty students between the ages of 9 and 13 who received the opportunity to learn about marine protected areas and coral reefs through hands-on activities during Grenada's 2nd annual Ma

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TWO MORE HOPEFULS

GRENADA TO COMPETE AT PAN AMERICAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPSSt. George -- Two Grenadian Junior Athletes left the island on Wednesday to compete in the 2015 Pan-American Junior Athletics Championships in Edmonton, Canada.

29-07-2015
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FATAL ACCIDENT AT SEA

GOVERNMENT PROVIDES ASSISTANCE TO VICTIMS OF TRAGIC BOATING INCIDENT ST. GEORGE -- At approximately 1.00 a.m. on Wednesday morning, a Grenadian registered schooner on route to Trinidad and Tobago, encountered difficulties, and another Grenadian vessel, the Ocean Princess, attempted to render assistance.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY

RESULTS OF GEOTHERMAL STUDY TO BE PRESENTED ST. GEORGE -- On Thursday, The Ministry of Finance and Energy will present the findings from the Geology, Geophysics and Geochemistry surveys (3Gs surveys) which were undertaken with the assistance of the Government of New Zealand, earlier this year. The findings will be presented to potential development partners; local stakeholders an

29-07-2015
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CARNIVAL 2015

A MESSAGE FROM THE CONFERENCE OF CHURCHES IN GRENADA Carnival is festive time. Traditionally, carnival occurred immediately before Lent, but in Grenada it was moved to August by the Maurice Bishop government. As one result, our carnival has lost most of the religious meaning it once had, as it spread from mediaeval Italy to France, Portugal and Spain, and into Latin America and the Caribbean isla

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PM IN PARIS

GRENADA'S PRIME MINISTER MEETS WITH DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF UNESCO  ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister of Grenada and current Chair of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, Dr. Keith Mitchell has paid a visit to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in Paris, France.

28-07-2015
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

NO SEED GRANTS St. George – Please be advised that SEED Grants for SEED children would not be paid for the month of July 2015.   Payment of Grants for children will resume in August for the re-opening of school.

28-07-2015
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OUCH!

CHINESE EMBASSY WINS TABLE TENNIS SERIES St. George -- The staff of the Chinese Embassy in Grenada recorded a three-two victory over a contingent of local players in a friendly series between the two teams last Saturday at the Public Workers Union Building.

28-07-2015
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BIG WEEKEND IF CARIACOU

GRENLEC CONTRIBUTES TO CARRIACOU'S 50TH REGATTA FESTIVALBeausejour - One of the region's biggest summer festivals, the Carriacou Regatta Festival is celebrating its golden jubilee, fifty years.

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KARAOKE COMPETITION

OVER 15K IN PRIZES WON AT PRICKLY BAY L'Anse aux Epines -- Three talented Grenadians have been awarded a cash sum of $10,000.00XCD at the close of Prickly Bay Marina's first ever Grand Karaoke Competition which began in May.

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Created on 04 August 2015 Written by ALLYDAY

EBONY LOOKS BACK ON HER REIGN AS CARNIVAL QUEEN

St. George -- This week marks the start of a series of carnival related shows and events, which begin with the Spice Mas National Queen Show on Thursday 6th August. Reigning Carnival Queen, 21-year-old Ebony Telesford of Vendomme, St. George, who was crowned in August of 2014, is currently preparing to hand over the crown to her successor, who will assume duties of an ambassador for Grenada, her community and young women across the tri-island state.

Read more: THE END OF HER REIGN
 
Created on 04 August 2015 Written by George

2015 JUNIOR PANORAMA RESULTS

August 1, 2015

1-Lime Commancheros 278.5

2-Republic Bank Angel Harps 262.5

3-Suzuki Wiz Kids 225.5

4-Digicel Florida All Stars 210.5

5-Pan Lovers 179

6-Grand Roy Pan Angels 156.6

 
Created on 04 August 2015 Written by George

MINISTER OF SPORTS AND GFA CONCLUDES SUCCESSFUL MEETING WITH CONCACAF

St. George -- A four man delegation led by Grenada's Minister of Sports, Emmalin Pierre and President of the Grenada Football Association, Cheney Joseph has concluded a successful meeting with CONCACAF.

Read more: PREPPING FOR UNDER 17 GIRLS' FOOTBALL
 
Created on 04 August 2015 Written by George

OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS FROM BARBADOS AND EASTERN CARIBBEAN

Bridgetown -- The British High Commission announces that the UK's Chevening Scholarship scheme is now open for students wishing to study in the UK in the academic year 2016-2017.  Applications will be accepted online from nationals of Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean who wish to pursue fully funded postgraduate studies at any academic institution in the UK.

Read more: BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME
 
Created on 04 August 2015 Written by GIS

NATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE AND TECHNICAL WORKING GROUP FOR NATIONAL PLAN CONTINUE JOINT MEETINGS

ST. GEORGE -- The 3rd Joint meeting of the Steering Committee and Technical Working Group for the development of the National Plan 2030 was held on Friday July 17th, 2015, at the Grenada National Stadium.

Read more: NATIONAL PLAN 2030 RENAMED
 

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