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MINISTER ALEXANDRA OTWAY-NOEL RESIGNS FROM GOVERNMENT Minister Alexandra Otway-Noel has resigned from her Government position to pursue a number of exciting opportunities in the private sector. She has agreed to ensure a smooth transition to her as yet unnamed successor.

13-01-2017
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HEADED TO THE COURTROOM

NDC REFUTES CARIBUPDATE'S CLAIMS St. George -- In the past few weeks, the National Democratic Congress  (NDC) has watched with mounting alarm as those in authority and their surrogates sought to malign, defame and call into disrepute the good name and reputation of our Party Leader, Senator, the Hon. V. Nazim Burke; and by extension our party.

12-01-2017
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TECHNOLOGY FOR THE CCJ

CCJ DEBUTS ELECTRONIC COURT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Port of Spain -- President of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the Right Honourable Sir Dennis Byron, has been a fervent advocate for greater use of technology within regional judiciaries. In January 2017, this drive was enhanced by the implementation of a bespoke electronic court management software suite called Curia which incl

12-01-2017
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REX RESORT'S STATEMENT

GOVERNMENT OF GRENADA'S SECOND ATTEMPT TO SEIZE HOTEL St. George – Following the Government of Grenada's second attempt to seize The Grenadian by Rex Resorts – a fully operational hotel currently complying with all the terms of its 99-year lease with the Government – Richard Bryson, Chief Executive Officer of Rex Resorts, issued the following statement:

11-01-2017
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COP SHOP

GUILTY PLEAS, AND SENTENCE St. George -- Victor Charles has been sentenced to three years in prison to run concurrently, after pleading guilty to all three drug related charges at the Grenville Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.

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GOUYAVE HEALTH CLINIC TO BE BUILT

HEALTH CARE RECEIVES GRANT FUNDING
St. George -- A EUR3.5 million grant has been provided for the enhancement of Grenada's health care system. Amb Daniela Tramacere of the EU delegation to Barbados signed the agreement with Prime Minister Mitchell on Tuesday. The programme will focus on preventative care for addressing the needs of the most vulnerable in rural communities.

10-01-2017
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ZONKED!

DRUG BUST St. George -- In its first drug bust of the year the RGPF Anti-Drug squad in a joint operation with the Coast Guard Unit netted 80-pounds of compressed marijuana which also led to the seizure of one speed boat.

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SETTLEMENTS ARRIVED AT

WAGE INCREASES TOTAL MORE THAN EC$ 22 MILLION ST. GEORGE -- The Grenada government and a number of trade unions in the country have signed agreements on wage increases covering the next three years.

10-01-2017
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Created on 16 January 2017 Written by dr. carl mitchell

SIR NICHOLAS BRATHWAITE: GRENADA'S BEST PRIME MINISTER

I was deeply saddened by the death of Sir Nicholas Brathwaite (Sir Nick) in November 2016 and that he died in virtual obscurity, ignored by the leadership of his party, the NDC, and a man with a broken heart for Grenada which he loved and served so well.

Read more: TRIBUTE TO SIR NICK
 
Created on 16 January 2017 Written by NEW TODAY

CANON CLEMENT FRANCIS ENDS PASTORAL MINISTRY

St. George -- The St. George's Anglican Church Community is making preparations to join their Anglican fraternity on the sister isle of Carriacou to bid farewell to Canon Clement Francis as his full-time pastoral ministry closes on January 31st.

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Created on 16 January 2017 Written by Sheba Augustine

THE GRENADA COMMUNITY LIBRARY OPENS ITS DOORS AT NO.7 LUCAS STREET

St. George -- In December 2016, at its annual Fundraiser, the Grenada Community Library made a special announcement – that it had found a patron, a fairy Godfather of sorts, in local attorney James Bristol.  Then, on January 9, they opened their doors at their new location: No. 7 Lucas Street, St. George.

Read more: A MOMENTOUS OCCASION
 
Created on 16 January 2017 Written by George

DOES GRENADA REALLY HAVE A CONSTITUTION?

The attached document, CONSTITUTION REVIEW IN GRENADA -- SOME THINGS TO CONSIDER, is quite an eye-opener and one which it well worth the time it may take you to read through its 36 pages.

Read more: DISTURBING; AND WORTH SOME THOUGHT
 

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Who's next?

With the recent departure of Alexandra Otway-Noel from Government, there is already wide speculation that this is only the first of at least three. Whom else do you expect may fall by the wayside? (Click on "Next" to see all options!!!!)

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