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SOLID PROGRESS REPORTED

IMF RAISES ITS GROWTH FORECAST FOR GRENADA ST. GEORGE -- The Washington based International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised its growth forecast for Grenada's economy on the strength of robust performances in key sectors.

28-08-2015
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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

SICKLE CELL AWARENESS The Sickle Cell Association of Grenada welcomes the opportunity to help raise awareness and inform the public about this inherited condition.

28-08-2015
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ANOTHER GRENADA HOPEFUL

KURT FELIX MAKES IMPRESSIVE START IN DECATHLON AT WC IN BEIJING Kurt Felix continues to show determination and is now in third position in the Decathlon event at the IAAF World Championships at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing, China. Felix, Pan American Games silver medallist, puts himself in medal contention with 3518 points after four events to sit behi

28-08-2015
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FALLOUT FROM ERIKA

NDC STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH DOMINICA The Leader, National Executive and Members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) join with all Grenadians in extending sympathy and solidarity with the Government and people of the Commonwealth of Dominica, as that nation battles the ravages of Tropical Storm Ericka.

27-08-2015
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THINGS ARE LOOKING UP, SAYS IMF

STATEMENT AT THE END OF A STAFF VISIT TO GRENADA St. George -- An International Monetary Fund (IMF) team led by Nicole Laframboise visited Grenada from August 20-27, 2015 to conduct discussions on the third review of Grenada's IMF-supported program under the Extended Credit Facility (ECF). The ECF arrangement was approved on June 26, 2014 for an amount of SDR 14.04 million (then

27-08-2015
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A SIGN OF UNITY

GRENADA PM REACHES OUT TO DOMINICAN COUNTERPART ST. GEORGE -- Prime Minister of Grenada Dr. Keith Mitchell has reached out to his counterpart in Dominica, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, after rivers overflowed their banks sweeping away two persons and causing extensive damage to property.

27-08-2015
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FINANCE NEWS

NEW COMPTROLLER OF INLAND REVENUE St. George -- The Inland Revenue Division now has a new Comptroller in the person of Corland Forrester who was appointed on Monday.

27-08-2015
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PREPPING FOR SATURDAY (Audio)
TROPICAL STORM ERIKA
PROPOSALS REQUESTED

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SPECIALIST WANTED Caribbean Aqua-Terrestrial Solutions, which is part of a regional cooperation between Germany and CARICOM and specifically its' Programme Component Two: "Management of Coastal Resources and Conservation of Marine Biodiversity in the Caribbean is seeking Consultants (individuals, team or firm) to provide technical services of an Environmental Law Specialist (Coa

26-08-2015
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Created on 01 September 2015 Written by U.S EMBASSY

RESUMPTION OF U.S. CITIZEN SERVICES AT U.S. EMBASSY GRENADA

St. George -- Effective September 9, U.S. Embassy Grenada will resume offering full U.S. citizen services, including passports, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, and notarial services.

Read more: BACK ON TRACK
 
Created on 01 September 2015 Written by EUGENE GITTENS

SUCCESSFUL SILICON VALLEY GRENADIAN SUPPORTS SPISE!

St. George -- Successful Silicon Valley Grenadian, Nicholas Earle Brathwaite has been quietly supporting Grenada's attendance at the Caribbean Science Foundation (CSF), Student Programme for Innovation in Science and Engineering (SPISE) since its inception four years ago.

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Created on 01 September 2015 Written by GIS

GRENADA RALLIES FOR DOMINICA

St. George -- Grenada's Health Minister Nickolas Steele has assured Dominica's Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit of Grenada's commitment to help his country rebuild following devastation by Tropical Storm Erika.

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Created on 31 August 2015 Written by Embassy of the BRV

VENEZUELAN GOVERNMENT ABOUT THE CLOSURE OF BORDER WITH COLOMBIA

The Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela categorically rejects the failed attempt to confuse and displace the focus of attention of international responsibility of the Government of the Republic of Colombia, insinuating in concurring press releases ("it's Presidency, ministries of internal and foreign affairs), at the time of calling out for attention, to stop once and for all, the serious actions of armed forces originating in their country known as "paramilitary" and other criminal and violent gangs, acting in the vicinity of common borders which attempt against the human rights of the people of Venezuela and their sovereign rights.

Read more: OPINION PIECE
 
Created on 31 August 2015 Written by BRITISH HICOM

ROYAL FLEET AUXILIARY (RFA) LYME BAY WILL PROVIDE HUMANITARIAN SUPPORT IN THE WAKE OF TROPICAL STORM ERIKA


Bridgetown -- Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA) Lyme Bay has been rerouted to assist humanitarian relief efforts in the Commonwealth country of Dominica following the devastation caused by Tropical Storm Erika, International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced today.

Read more: BRITISH SHIP EN ROUTE
 

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