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OPINION PIECE

CONSTITUTION REFORM: UNRULY HORSES OR RECKLESS GATEKEEPERS Constitution Reform of the scope and nature now being contemplated and canvassed in Grenada goes to the very root of building our Grenadian civilisation. Nevertheless, this important national emergency is constrained by the existence of a handicapped democracy and the fact that we have been led into becoming a desperate people, over the l

19-10-2014
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HEADED IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION

ADJUSTMENT TO PETROLEUM PRICES FOR OCTOBER 2014 ST. GEORGE -- Effective Saturday, October 18, 2014, the retail prices of petroleum products (Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene and LPG {Cooking Gas}) in the State of Grenada will be as follows:

18-10-2014
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OPINION PIECE.....

IN RECOGNITION OF GOOD POLITICAL LEADERSHIP What are the qualities of a good political leader? And when does good political leadership become synonymous with political greatness? The word "leadership," when used to describe the work of a politician, is often viewed in a pejorative manner. Hopefully, this writing will bring about some form of amelioration to that point of view as well as answer th

18-10-2014
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WANTED MAN

SHELDON RUBEN St. George – The Royal Grenada Police Force is seeking the assistance of the general public in locating Sheldon Ruben, alias "Zabb" a 31 year old of Pearls.  Sheldon is wanted for questioning in connection with causing harm and damage to property. Anyone knowing his whereabouts is asked to contact the Grenville Police Station at 442 7224, or the nearest poli

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RAMPING UP MEASURES

CARIBBEAN BEGINS BANNING VISITORS FROM EBOLA-AFFECTED COUNTRIES IN AFRICA A growing number of Caribbean countries are moving to prohibit incoming travel from Ebola-affected countries including Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

17-10-2014
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INTERNATIONAL S O S
FORMAT AND GUIDELINES FOR ENGAGEMENT

NATIONAL CONSULTATION ON CONSTITUTION REFORM Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 2.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. Grenada Trade Centre, Grand Anse

15-10-2014
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A PROACTIVE STEP...

GRENADA WANTS OECS TO CONSIDER TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO SAFEGUARD AGAINST EBOLA ST. GEORGE -- The Grenada Government says it remains committed towards protecting its citizens as the world races against time for an urgent solution to stop the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).

14-10-2014
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J.R. FOUNDATION

BOOST FOR SPECIAL SCHOOLS IN GRENADA London -- The Jason Roberts Foundation, along with some of its key partners, are finalising plans for their next trip to Grenada later this month, to deliver sport and physical activity sessions to the students of St Andrew, Victoria and The Limes Special Educational Needs Schools.

14-10-2014
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THE RULING

BENOIT TRIUMPHS IN COURT St. George --- Back in September of 2013, then Supervisor of Elections, Judy Benoit was summarily dismissed by the Governor General, Dame Cecile LaGrenade -- a dismissal which was challenged by Benoit in the courts on the basis that it was improper, irrational, unreasonable and in breach of the principles of natural justice.

14-10-2014
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Created on 22 September 2014 Written by George
 
Created on 21 October 2014 Written by George

A BRIEF CHRONOLOGY

St. George -- In December, 2008, a license to operate an FM radio station was issued to Grant Communications by the National Telecommunications and Regulatory Commission (NTRC). The license was valid for five years.

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Created on 21 October 2014 Written by DIGICEL

THREE GRENADIANS OFF TO DIGICEL/CHELSED FOOTBALL ACADEMY IN JAMAICA

St. George --Three youngsters who are already displaying exceptional football talent will join others in Jamaica from October 25th to November 2nd   to participate in the Digicel Kick Start Academy being conducted by three coaches from the internationally acclaimed British Chelsea Football Club.

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Created on 21 October 2014 Written by Kit Stonewalling

THE EBB AND FLOW OF CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM

As a lay person, the writer thinks that a country's constitution should, for the most part, reflect social and cultural values with due consideration to preserving minority sub-cultures.  Colonial constitutional doctrine sought to preserve the culture of the conquering nation, introducing and inculcating unpalatable "foreign norms" as culturally superior; the psychological flogging that followed still corrupts minds to thinking that that which is foreign is better.

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Created on 21 October 2014 Written by REPUBLIC BANK

REPUBLIC BANK PAYS A TOTAL OF $22,870.00 TO ASSIST

St. George - Republic Bank continues to provide support for youth, through education. For the seventh consecutive year, the Bank has provided Grenadian nationals with opportunities to advance and develop educationally through its Bursary Programme, with the University of the West Indies, Open Campus-Grenada. This programme allows persons to remain at home while pursuing a bachelor's degree online.

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