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SITING OF THE SENATE JUNE 27, 2017 09:00AM Senate Order Paper No.3 of 2017 Minutes of Meetings Mutual Exchange of Information on Taxation Matters (Amendment) Bill 2017 Immigration (Amendment) Bill 2017 Hydrocarbon Exploration Incentives Bill, 2017 Grenada National Museum Bill, 2017 Grenada – Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on Automatic Exchnge of Financial Account Information Fiscal […]

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES06.08.17   PRELIMINARIES AND MINISTERIAL STATEMENTSHon. Yolande Bain-Horsford, Hon. Roland Bhola, Hon. Nickolas Steele, Hon. Anthony Botswain, Hon. Elvin Nimrod MINISTERIAL STATEMENTS II, MOTIONSHon. Gregory Bowen, Statement by Mr. Speaker, Motions, BILLSEmbarkation Tax, Fiscal Responsibility, Immigration Amendment, Mutual Exchange of Information on Taxation Matters, Hydrocarbon Exploration Incentives Bill,


PRIME MINISTER’S ADDRESS06.01.17Structural Adjustment ProgramPetroleum DevelopmentGPP hostile to Government of GrenadaREX Grenadian is a poor representation of Grenadian brandDeparture of MPs Nimrod and Bhola from frontline politics

TAX CARAVAN COMING YOUR WAY ON SATURDAY JUNE 3RD, 2017 ST. GEORGE — The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) of the Ministry of Finance and Energy will be visiting each parish in Grenada on Saturday with its 2017 Tax Caravan.

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 […]

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 […]

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.

POST CABINET BRIEFINGMinistry of Energy RepresentativesHealth Minister, Hon. Nickolas SteeleClick here to listen


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