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PLANS ARE WELL ON STREAM

JETBLUE OFFICIALS TO VISIT GRENADA AHEAD OF INAUGURAL FLIGHTST. GEORGE -- "JetBlue is coming to Grenada and that is confirmed," The words of Civil Aviation Minister, Yolande Bain –Horsford.  Speaking at Government's Post Cabinet Briefing on Tuesday, Minister Horsford said the airline's officials are expected to make a visit to Grenada in the coming week.

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PWU'S AGM COMING UP

DEXTER LEGGARD UNOPPOSED IN PUBLIC WORKERS UNION ELECTIONS Hillsborough -- Members of the Public Workers Union will elect a new executive on Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 for its Management Council. However, when nominations closed on Monday, two positions were unopposed -- the position of Secretary, which is presently held by Ann Campbell; and 2nd Vice President held by Dexter Legga

26-03-2015
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URGENTLY NEEDED HELP....

DIGICEL LAUNCHES APPEAL FOR DONATIONS TO HELP VANUATUPort Vila, Vanuatu – On Wednesday, Digicel officially launched an appeal for donations to collect much-needed funds to assist with the relief efforts in cyclone-ravaged Vanuatu. Partnering with Save the Children Australia, Digicel is collecting funds via SMS and online.

26-03-2015
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TWENTY 20 CRICKET

BIG WIN FOR CRENADA TORTOLA -- Grenada and 2014 runners up Vincy won big on Sunday in the BVI Cricket Association LIME Twenty 20 League in Greenland, with Grenada eliminating Road Town Wholesale from the competition.

26-03-2015
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TELL YOUR BOSS....

VIP BOOTHS FOR CRICKET READY FOR BOOKING ST. GEORGE -- Grenadians can now book their VIP booths for the upcoming cricket test match between the West Indies and England.

25-03-2015
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IT'S COME AND GONE....

SUCCESSFUL ICT WEEK St. George -- According to Director of Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Eric Nurse, the recently staged ICT Week was a success since about 90% of the objectives were met – adding that, as with everything,  there is room for improvement.

25-03-2015
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SHOULD BE INFORMATIVE!

RIGHT HONOURABLE OWEN ARTHUR TO DELIVER 15TH SIR ARCHIBALD NEDD MEMORIAL LECTURE St. George -- A large turnout is expected at the Grenada Trade Centre to hear Former Prime Minister of Barbados the Right Honourable Owen Arthur deliver this year's Sir Archibald Nedd Memorial Lecture.

25-03-2015
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MEDIA WORKSHOP

CSME "IMPROVING INFORMATION FLOWS" WORKSHOP GRADUATES 27 GRENADIAN MEDIA WORKERSSt. Georges -- Twenty-seven Grenadian media workers have benefited from a workshop geared towards assisting journalists in breaking new ground in their coverage of the CARICOM Single Market (CSM).

25-03-2015
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COMMENTARY

COMMENTARY ON PUBLIC BOARDS St Kitts and Nevis (WINN) -- In our tribal culture, with a change of government comes changes in some if not most boards of statutory corporations and other government appointed or controlled commissions, authorities, companies and entities. I refer to these as public boards.

24-03-2015
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FOR MARINE ENTHUSIASTS

SAIL TRAINING VESSEL DANMARK COMING TO THE CARIBBEANSaint Martin - The Caribbean Sail Training Foundation announced today that one of their member vessels, the full rigged Tall ship DANMARK, will visit Grenada on April 26th 2015 and St.Maarten-St.Martin on May 4th, 2015.

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Created on 20 March 2015 Written by George

BEACON FIELD TRIP

During the month of February The Beacon High School took one of their Junior classes, Grade One, and one Kindergarten class on field trips around the island in an effort to celebrate 41 years of Independence as a nation. The atmosphere was saturated with excitement from start to finish.

 
Created on 28 March 2015 Written by Alexis Ringwald

THREE WAYS TO FIX OUR BROKEN TRAINING SYSTEM

The current model for educating and preparing our workforce is broken. Today's rapidly changing economies require something different.

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Created on 27 March 2015 Written by GARVEY LOUISON

FORGIVENESS...FORGIVENESS FOR WHAT?

'Am on this land, I trouble no one;

My desire is to make no problem with no one;

.....Am a humble African....'             Culture

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Created on 27 March 2015 Written by ANTONIO MARÍA DELGADO

VENEZUELA SLASHES OIL SHIPMENTS TO CUBA, CARIBBEAN IN HALF

Miami Herald

Venezuela has cut in half its subsidized shipments of crude oil to Cuba and Petrocaribe member nations to 200,000 barrels per day, down from 400,000 shipped in 2012, a Barclays report says.

Read more: RELIEVING A HEAVY BURDEN
 
Created on 27 March 2015 Written by FAIR TRADING COMMSM

DECISION ON THE MERGER APPLICATION BETWEEN CABLE AND WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS PLC AND COLUMBUS INTERNATIONAL INC

BARBADOS -- The Fair Trading Commission, pursuant to Section 20 (5) of the Fair Competition Act CAP 326C, has completed its analysis of the merger application between Cable and Wireless Communications Plc and Columbus International Inc.

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