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OPEN LETTER TO CARIBBEAN STATES REGARDING VENEZUELA We, the former heads of state and government who have signed declarations of the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA-Democrática), respectfully address the Honourable Presidents and Prime Ministers of the Caribbean states, as well as the people of the Caribbean, in order to express our indignation and strong public condemnatio

24-05-2017
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STILL SEEKING THE BEST SOLUTION

GRENADA GOVERNMENT REFUTES CLAIMS BY GPP/WRB ST. GEORGE --The Government of Grenada continues to be disappointed by the recent public statements made by GPP/WRB regarding the reforms to the electricity sector.

23-05-2017
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MOTT'S GRENADA CHOCOLATE TRAVELS BY BICYCLE CARAVAN IN AMSTERDAM
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22-05-2017
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PWU'S STATEMENT

RE: MINISTER OF HEALTH'S STATEMENT WITH REGARDS TO DEAD BABIES The Public Workers' Union expresses its dissatisfaction and disapproval with the unprofessional and irresponsible statements made by the Minister of Health in regard to our dedicated and committed Health Care Professionals, especially our Nurses and Doctors who provide selfless service to the healthcare system on a daily basis.

22-05-2017
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STICKING A PIN ON...

APPROACHING FIFTY: STILL NO AGE OF REASON One of the hallmarks of an evolving and healthy democracy is the existence and encouragement of thinkers to examine, formally or informally, and share on matters of national interest from a balanced and informed perspective. Normally, participation is via institutions such as places of higher education.  Groups of able individuals, in various discipl

19-05-2017
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IMF REPORT

IMF EXECUTIVE BOARD COMPLETES FINAL REVIEW UNDER THE EXTENDED CREDIT FACILITY ARRANGEMENT FOR GRENADA Click here to read

18-05-2017
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OOOPPPSSS!!!

THE MINISTRY'S RESPONSE ON THE GBSS FURNITURE MATTER St. George -- The Ministry of Education is informing parents and the general public that student are not required to pay for school furniture, in keeping with Ministry's Policy.

18-05-2017
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ANOTHER MIXED BAG

UP AND DOWN  Effective, Thursday May 18th, 2017, the retail prices of petroleum products (Gasoline, Diesel, Kerosene and LPG {Cooking Gas}) in the State of Grenada will be as follows:

18-05-2017
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Created on 26 May 2017 Written by GOG

GOVERNMENT MOURNS TOP PUBLIC SERVANT, NADICA MCINTYRE

St. George --The government and people of Grenada mourn the passing of a stalwart, a Grenadian daughter who broke barriers in several spheres of our society. an outstanding mother, regional and top class sportswoman and committed public servant, who rose to the top ranking post in the public service cabinet secretary--and who did it all with dedication, loyalty, grace and style.

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Created on 24 May 2017 Written by CARIBBEAN NEWS NOW

OPEN LETTER TO CARIBBEAN STATES REGARDING VENEZUELA

We, the former heads of state and government who have signed declarations of the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA-Democrática), respectfully address the Honourable Presidents and Prime Ministers of the Caribbean states, as well as the people of the Caribbean, in order to express our indignation and strong public condemnation of the flagrant and escalating repression by the dictatorial and military government of Nicolás Maduro in Venezuela.

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Created on 23 May 2017 Written by ALLYDAY

MAJOR STRIDES FOR HEALTH CARE IN THE SPICE ISLES

St. George  -- On Wednesday 17th May, St. Augustine's Medical Services held a special blessing and launch event for its recently acquired Hyperbaric Chamber and 64 slice CT Scanner. This was in order to mark the significance of their availability to the Grenadian community and visitors to the country and to take the opportunity to thank those persons involved in the process and final realization of a long-held goal.

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Created on 23 May 2017 Written by MOE

GRENADA AHEAD OF THE MONTREAL PROTOCOL SCHEDULE

St. George -- Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office with responsibility for Natural Disaster Management and Information, Senator Winston Garraway, in addressing the Annual Network Meeting for Ozone Officers of the English Speaking Caribbean and Haiti held in Grenada on May 17th, 2017, announced that Grenada is well ahead of its Montreal Protocol target in the phase out of Ozone Depleting Substances.

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