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BIGGER AND BETTER

2014 GRENADA DAY FESTIVAL TAKES PLACE THIS SATURDAY Toronto, ON -- The 8th Annual Grenada Day Festival is only days away and anticipated to be the largest ever with close to 8,000 people ready to celebrate Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique's culture, history and 40th year of Independence.

18-08-2014
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TWRF SENTINEL

NOMINATIONS REQUIRED For the 5th PATRIMONIAL AWARD. St. George -- Since its inception in 2002, individuals, institutions and corporate citizens who were considered worthy of receiving awards, were selected by a panel of assessors within the Willie Redhead Foundation.

18-08-2014
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FOR CHOCOLATE LOVERS.....

LAUNCH OF GRENADA CHOCOLATE FEST St. George's—The Grenada Chocolate Fest kicks off today with a visit to two Cocoa Estates and the opening of a Chocolate Art Exhibit at Art & Soul Gallery. The chocolate festival is the first of its kind and will be an annual event with a week of activities that focus on chocolate and cocoa in Grenada.

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OPINION PIECE

CHILDREN ARE OUR PRIZED GIFTS TO THE WORLD Amidst the fun and celebrations of the carnival festivities it became public knowledge this week that another prominent member of our society is being investigated for perpetrating sexual abuse on another unsuspecting teenage female. This time the alleged abuse was inflicted by someone sworn to uphold the laws of our nation.

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OPINION PIECE

NO TO CASINO GAMBLING St. George -- Citizens in Defence of Grenada's Lands and Heritage has noted with dismay  the introduction of legislation,  in the House of Representatives last Thursday, August 14th, to permit casino gaming in hotels with at least 300 rooms.  We wish to repeat and to place on record our unequivocal, unapologetic opposition to this measure as a

18-08-2014
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OPINION PIECE

THE ROYAL GRENADA POLICE FORCE NEED ASSISTANCE TO RECOGNIZE A MAJOR CRIME Routinely, after the carnival is over, the Royal Grenada Police Force puts out a press release giving the nation a briefing of what its officers had to contend with over the period of the largest national event.  Call our post-carnival briefing a 'bacchanal blotter', the kind of crime report all police departments arou

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CLEARING THE AIR

GTA RESPONDS TO POST FROM NJ TONY RE GRENADA'S EARNINGS FROM CARNIVAL Good day George, I am writing to you in response to this post on your website by NJ TONY http://grenadabroadcast.com/news/travel-and-tourism/17836-god-help-the-gta .

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ON CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM

NATIONAL ADDRESS BY THE POLITICAL LEADER OF THE   NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS (NDC) St. George -- The Political Leader of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Senator V. Nazim Burke, will address the nation on Tuesday, August 19th 2014 at 8.00 p.m.  In his address, Mr. Burke will outline his party's position on the process of Constitutional Reform now underway

15-08-2014
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THE RGPF REPORTS.....

MEN PLEAD GUILTY IN POLICE BEATING NO MAJOR REPORTS DURING CARNIVAL St. George -- Four men who were charged with grievous harm, in connection with the beating of a police officer at Moonlight City on August 8th 2014, have been fined and ordered to pay compensation after pleading guilty.

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ONE SIDE OF THE STORY

CULTURE MINISTER DEEMS SPICEMAS 2014 A SUCCESS ST. GEORGE -- The staging of Grenada's 2014 Carnival celebrations themed 'Uniquely Rooted in Our Rich Ancestral Traditions, Spicemas 2014: An Explosion of Calypso & Soca' was a success, according to Culture Minister, Hon. Brenda Hood.

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Created on 18 August 2014 Written by George

GRAND ANSE

Still one of Grenada's pristine assets, Grand Anse continues to be a lure for locals and visitors alike. The beach is also home to some of Grenada's premiere resorts, but there is now the fear that adding more properties to this space could destroy what has made it so popular to begin with.

 
Created on 20 August 2014 Written by RGPF

ACCOMMODATING THE ONE DAY INTERNATIONALS

St. George -- Because of the cricket games at the Grenada National Stadium on Wednesday 20th and Friday 22nd August, vehicular traffic will flow in a one-way direction from River Road through Cemetery Hill to Lucas Street, effective at 08:00 a.m.

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Created on 20 August 2014 Written by ECCB

ECCB AND FIM PARTNERS HOST ECCU YOUTH VIDEO CONTEST

Basseterre -- As part of the activities for Financial Information Month (FIM) 2014, the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) in collaboration with the Financial Information Month (FIM) partners will host a smartphone video contest targeting secondary school students throughout the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU).

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Created on 20 August 2014 Written by Valerie thompson

ABOUT SENATOR BURKE'S ADDRESS TO THE NATION

I listened attentively to the address to the nation by the NDC Leader last evening and I hereby wish to endorse every statement made.

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Created on 20 August 2014 Written by Dessima Williams

AN INTERGENERATIONAL GROUP OF GRENADIANS PRAYED AND PLANTED TREES AT TELESCOPE

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