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TWO QUAKES RATTLE NERVES IN GRENADA St. George -- The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA), has received preliminary reports from the Seismic Research Centre, at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, on Tuesday, of two earthquakes which occurred twenty minutes apart. A 6.2 magnitude earthquake occurred at 5:43 p.m., followed by a ma

06-12-2016
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YOU ALSO HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY

AVOID BECOMING VICTIMS St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force is calling on the general public to be attentive to their surrounding when walking the streets, regardless of the time of day, and especially when walking alone.

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DRUG CHARGES

ST. ANDREW RESIDENTS ON DRUG CHARGES St. George -- Two St. Andrew residents who were assisting police with their investigation into the discovery of 254-pounds of compressed marijuana have been formally arrested and charged.

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BE ON GUARD

LIVESTOCK OWNERS URGED TO BE VIGILANT St. George -- Police are urging animal owners to be extra vigilant when it comes to the security of their livestock with the festive season approaching.  Farmers, particularly in the rural areas are encouraged to be on their guard and make sure their live stocks are secured as much as possible.

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WAY TO GO, RUSS AND MAGS!!!!!

TRUE BLUE BAY RESORT SECURES ANOTHER ENVIRONMENTAL AWARDSt. George -- True Blue Bay Boutique Resort has won the Grenada Chamber of Commerce's Environmental Excellence Award. This is the second time the family run resort won this prestigious award.

06-12-2016
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A RARE EXAMPLE OF ACCOUNTABILITY

2016 REPORT ON RECEIPT AND DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES FROM GRENADA CULTURAL ASSOCIATION (GCA) OF SOUTH FLORIDA The relationship between Grenada Community Development Agency (GRENCODA) and the Grenada Cultural Association (GCA) of South Florida has its genesis through Ms. Elizabeth Allick whose first contact with the agency was made in June 2014. Ms Allick had some knowledge of the agency's S

05-12-2016
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THINGS ARE LOOKING UP

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05-12-2016
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ARGUABLY, THE CARIBBEAN'S BEST

REPUBLIC BANK SPONSORS THE 48TH SPICE ISLAND BILLFISH TOURNAMENT FOR YET ANOTHER YEARSt. George - For the fourth consecutive year, Republic Bank is pleased to provide financial support for the successful staging of the annual Budget Marine Spice Island Billfish Tournament, which is scheduled to run from Saturday, January 21 – Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at the Grenada Yacht

05-12-2016
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'TIS THE SEASON

BEEFED UP SECURITY FOR FESTIVE SEASON St. George -- A beefed up police presence will be seen across the country in the lead up to Christmas 2016 celebrations.

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OPINION PIECE...

BRISTOL ON THE EC JUDICIARY 1.0          HE CRIES LACK OF INTEGRITY 1.1          James Bristol is smarting from his client not having obtained from the High Court an injunction to stop the 24th Nov Referendum. He cries lack of integrity during the hearing; implying that justice suffered from lack of integri

05-12-2016
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Created on 10 December 2016 Written by Kriss Davies

SANDMINING IS STILL ILLEGAL!!!

Sand mining has been illegal in Grenada for several years and people have been prosecuted and sentenced by the Courts for this offence.  The present administration has designated some beaches as places where sand can be removed legally -- one beach in St David and other small areas where the removal of sand allows for better thoroughfare for water from various river outlets and drains, such as the one in Mt Craven.

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2017 ESTIMATES OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES
12.09.16
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Created on 09 December 2016 Written by Sancha Foreman

JOINT MEETING OF POLLUTION AND BIODIVERSITY EXPERTS FROM LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN HIGHLIGHT IMPORTANCE OF PROTECTING THE REGION'S COASTAL AND MARINE RESOURCES

· Governments encouraged to intensify efforts to prevent pollution &reduce marine biodiversity loss in the Wider Caribbean Region.

· Marine Litter, Sewage and Agrochemical run-off identified as the major pollutants impacting human health and the environment

· Countries to submit proposals of marine protected areas and species for inclusion in future marine conservation efforts

Kingston -- Experts representing the Pollution and Marine Biodiversity sub-programmes of the Secretariat to the Cartagena Convention encouraged Regional Governments to prevent pollution & reduce marine biodiversity loss.  The most recent United Nations Report notes previous research that places the cost of pollution caused by marine debris at US$13 billion. Pollution of the Caribbean Sea from land-based sources and activities is negatively impacting human health and job security by poisoning and killing fish; damaging mangroves and coral reefs. This ultimately affects the development of the Wider Caribbean Region which is heavily dependent on tourism.

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Created on 09 December 2016 Written by William Raillant-Clark

TEN THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE BUYING A "DRONE" THIS CHRISTMAS

Montréal – The operation of unmanned aerial systems, informally known as "drones," can pose a serious threat to manned flights and people and property on the ground. In light of the growing popularity of the use of these devices for recreational purposes, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) launched a Toolkit on International Civil Aviation Day (7 December) to help keep communities safe. A YouTube video has also been released. Anybody considering offering a drone as a gift, or who has received one and intends on using it, should first consult the UAS Toolkit on ICAO's website.

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