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SPECTACULAR OPENING TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD GAMES

SPECTACULAR OPENING TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD GAMES

Digicel SportsMax to carry highlights of the GamesTuesday, July 28, 2015 - Los Angeles, California. Contingents from 22 Digicel markets paraded before a packed Los Angeles Coliseum for the Opening of the Special Olympics World Games on Saturday, July 25 and were met with thunderous applause as they made their way along the red carpet to their respective seats. Over 500 athletes...

29 Jul 2015 Hits:4034 Regional News

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EXPERTS SEEK ANSWERS TO INCREASING RATES OF HPV-RELATED ORAL CANCER

EXPERTS SEEK ANSWERS TO INCREASING RATES OF HPV-RELATED ORAL CANCER

PAHO/WHO consultation brings together experts from U.S. dental associations, NIH, and CDC; international academicians and researchers; and health authorities from Latin America and the CaribbeanWashington, D.C., 27 July 2015 (PAHO/WHO) — Rates of oral cancer caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) have more than tripled in the United States in the past two decades, even as oth...

28 Jul 2015 Hits:4598 Regional News

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REMINDER ON CHANGES MADE TO RETURNING NATIONALS PROGRAMME

REMINDER ON CHANGES MADE TO RETURNING NATIONALS PROGRAMME

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Monday, July 27, 2015The Ministry of Finance and Energy wishes to remind all concerned that, as part of the reforms under the Homegrown Programme, the concessions to Returning National were adjusted as of May 9th, 2014.In this regard, Returning Nationals are now eligible for:

28 Jul 2015 Hits:4716 Local News

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PRIME MINISTER HOLDS EXTENSIVE BRIEFINGS ON KICK 'EM JENNY

PRIME MINISTER HOLDS EXTENSIVE BRIEFINGS ON KICK 'EM JENNY

ST. GEORGE'S, GRENADA, July 24, 2015 - GIS:  Prime Minister and Minister for Disaster Management, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell, has conducted a series of extensive briefings following the alert that was recently put out by the Seismic Research Unit of the University of the West Indies regarding activities at the Kick 'em Jenny volcano.

24 Jul 2015 Hits:8337 Local News

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INCREASED ACTIVITY AT KICK EM JENNY POSES NO SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO COASTAL RESID…

INCREASED ACTIVITY AT KICK EM JENNY POSES NO SIGNIFICANT THREAT TO COASTAL RESIDENTS

4:00 PM, Thursday July 23, 2015- The Seismic Research Centre, University of the West Indies says that renewed activity at the Kick em’ Jenny under water Volcano just off Grenada represents no significant threat to the coastal regions of nearby islands.As a consequence there is no need to move people away from coastlines.Lloyd Lynch, researcher at the Trinidad-based Centre brief...

23 Jul 2015 Hits:8934 Local News

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EXPERTS HEIGHTEN ALERT LEVEL FOR KICK’EM JENNY

EXPERTS HEIGHTEN ALERT LEVEL FOR KICK’EM JENNY

THE ALERT LEVEL on the Kick ‘em Jenny underwater volcano has been elevated to orange. This means there are highly elevated levels of seismic and/or venting activity and eruption may begin with less than twenty-four hours’ notice.

23 Jul 2015 Hits:7800 Local News

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PROMOTERS OBLIGATION TO PAY TAXES

PROMOTERS OBLIGATION TO PAY TAXES

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Wednesday, July 22, 2015: The Inland Revenue Division of the Ministry of Finance and Energy wishes to advise promoters and other affiliates of the entertainment industry of Grenada of their tax obligations.·        Any person who arranges the staging of public entertainment has an obligation to pay taxes to the Government of Grenada and should register wi...

23 Jul 2015 Hits:6718 Local News

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CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN COMMITS TO GRENCODA’S STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME

CIBC FIRSTCARIBBEAN COMMITS TO GRENCODA’S STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME

St. George’s Grenada. For the twelfth year in row, CIBC FirstCaribbean has once again partnered with the Grenada Community Development Agency (GRENCODA) to provide much-needed resources for the non-profit organisation’s Student Assistance Programme (SAP).

22 Jul 2015 Hits:6727 Local News

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COUPLE CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY WITH SURGERY IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

COUPLE CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY WITH SURGERY IN THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

CAYMAN ISLANDS (July 21, 2015) - For many married couples, a wedding anniversary is an opportunity to enjoy a special luxury or a romantic getaway to a destination far away from the realities of everyday life. Not so for Janice and Kelly Renegar, who marked their 30th anniversary by choosing to have surgery at Health City Cayman Islands, a world-class tertiary care facility in ...

22 Jul 2015 Hits:8176 Regional News

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DIGICEL GRENADA ANNOUNCES NEW PREPAID VOICE PLAN

DIGICEL GRENADA ANNOUNCES NEW PREPAID VOICE PLAN

Digicel Grenada has launched its new amazing value “Digicel ZERO” prepaid rate plan. Summer is here and while the carnival season is getting into full swing, Digicel is making it a whole lot better for its customers, launching its new value offer promotion which promises to deliver even more value than ever before.

22 Jul 2015 Hits:6424 Local News

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STRONG SUPPORT TO PROCEED WITH ELECTRICITY BILL FROM PRIVATE SECTOR

STRONG SUPPORT TO PROCEED WITH ELECTRICITY BILL FROM PRIVATE SECTOR

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Tuesday, July 14, 2015: The Ministry of Finance and Energy met with representatives from the private sector, civil society, unions and the churches on Tuesday July 7th, 2015 for extensive discussion on the Draft Electricity Supply Bill.

17 Jul 2015 Hits:8870 Local News

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CARIBBEAN HOTEL & TOURISM ASSOCIATION PRAISES CARICOM FOR VISIONARY REMARKS BY O…

CARIBBEAN HOTEL & TOURISM ASSOCIATION PRAISES CARICOM FOR VISIONARY REMARKS BY OUTGOING CHAIRMAN CHRISTIE, SEEKS PRIVATE, PUBLIC SECTOR DIALOGUE ON TOURISM

CHTA White Paper on U.S. Opening Cuba Draws Interest, Carnival Plans Cruises THE CARIBBEAN (July 16, 2015) - The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA) officials praised Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie, outgoing CARICOM Chairman, for his remarks at the Heads of Government meeting recently where he challenged his colleagues to embrace tourism as the quickest way to a...

17 Jul 2015 Hits:10956 Regional News

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REVIEW AND ENHANCEMENT OF OUR CARNIVAL PRODUCT

By Ronald "Pappy"

Charles We talk 'country first', but at the first opportunity to live up to this adage some resort to selfish, provincial behaviour.  Take Carnival for example, presently it seems like everyone in Grenada wants Carnival to be brought to their respective communities, if not their doorsteps.  With the attendant decentralization of the event, we are killing the product as we stretch and drain our limited resources.  They seem to be no regard for the viability of Carnival.  Enough is enough.  We must bring an end to the haemorrhaging before Carnival dies from the bloodletting. 

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