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COMMUNIQUE FROM HOMEGROWN PROGRAMME MONITORING COMMITTEE (HPMC) St. George -- The Homegrown Programme Monitoring Committee has issued a communique on its inaugural meeting which was held on Tuesday July 22nd, 2014, at the Ministry of Finance conference Room.

30-07-2014
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BANKERS TO MEET HERE

REGIONAL CONFERENCE COMING TO GRENADA St. George -- The Caribbean Association of Banks Inc. (CAB) will host its 41st Conference in Grenada from November 12th to 15th 2014.  The three day conference which will attract over two hundred and fifty delegates from around the world will be held at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort, and will explore the theme "The Changing Face of C

30-07-2014
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ARGENTINA BRACES FOR DEFAULT

PREDATORY FUNDS AND HOLD-OUTS MAY USE COURT RULING TO TARGET GRENADA AND DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO Washington, DC -- Argentina is likely to default barring a last-minute breakthrough in negotiations with hold-outs or a court order. Argentina's grace period to pay bonds restructured after its 2001 default expires July 30th. United States District Judge Thomas Griesa ruled Argen

29-07-2014
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CCJ VS PRIVY COUNCIL

OECS OPPOSITION PARTIES URGED TO REJECT CCJ Click here to read more

29-07-2014
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BE THERE!!!
GO, KIRANI, GO....

JAMES ADVANCES AS WARNER SHINES Randburg, South Africa -- Olympic champion Kirani James of Grenada progressed smoothly to the semi-finals of the men's 400m at the Commonwealth Games on Monday, winning his heat in 45.52 seconds. Arguably the performance of the morning session, however, belonged to Canadian decathlete Damian Warner, who produced a blistering 10.29sec in the openin

29-07-2014
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COMMUNIQUÉ

59TH MEETING OF THE OECS AUTHORITY St. Vincent and the Grenadines Saturday 26th July, 2014INTRODUCTION The Fifty-Ninth Meeting of the OECS Authority was convened at National Insurance Services Building, St. Vincent and the Grenadines on July 26th, 2014 under the incoming Chairman - Honourable Roosevelt Skerritt, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica. Member States

29-07-2014
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THERE'S STILL TIME LEFT....

BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME OPENING FOR APPLICATIONS FROM BARBADOS AND EASTERN CARIBBEAN Bridgetown -- The British High Commission announces that the UK's Chevening Scholarship scheme will open from 1 August 2014 for students wishing to study in the UK in the academic year 2015-2016.  Applications will be accepted online from nationals of Barbados and the Eastern Ca

28-07-2014
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LAW AND POLITICS

THE WAITING GAME CONTINUES We are coming up to eighteen months since that clean sweep victory at the polls in February of last year; and those in dire need of the jobs and other promises made by the winners to achieve that second total victory continue to wait in great expectations.

28-07-2014
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EDITORIAL

COMPELLING ARGUMENTS FOR CCJ It's official and it will be historic! February 10, 2015, is Referendum Day in Grenada. Minister of Legal Affairs Hon. Elvin Nimrod made the announcement last week after the Advisory Committee on Constitutional Reform, headed by Dr Francis Alexis, handed in its report and recommendations to Cabinet.

28-07-2014
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LOCAL FISHERMEN RECOGNISED FOR RECAPTURE OF TAGGED SAILFISH (OCEAN GAR)

St. George -- Local commercial fisherman, Fitzroy Mitchell, and local sport fisherman Gary Clifford were both recognised for their participation in a Billfish tagging scheme at a brief presentation on Thursday at the Fish Market Complex on Melville Street St George.

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Created on 31 July 2014 Written by GIS

PRIME MINISTER MITCHELL HEAPS PRAISE ON KIRANI JAMES FOR WINNING COMMONWEALTH GOLD

St. George -- Kirani James, Grenada's first Olympic Gold Medal winner and former World Champion in the men's 400m event, has once again placed the Spice Isle on the world stage of sports, with a Commonwealth Games record-breaking run of 44.24 seconds, to win Gold at the games currently being held in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Created on 31 July 2014 Written by Andrew Hanauer

STANDARD AND POOR'S DECLARES ARGENTINA DEFAULT

Washington, DC - The ratings agency Standard and Poor's declared Argentina to be in default yesterday after the country failed to reach a negotiated settlement with hold-out creditors. It is Argentina's second default in thirteen years.

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