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Grenada Hosts Historic Conference as the Caribbean and China Join Forces to Fight Corruption

A collaborated effort between the People’s Republic of China and a number of Caribbean states to aggressively pursue corruption on all fronts was the centre of discussion during a two-day conference, which ended on Tuesday at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort in St. Georges.  The China-Caribbean Conference on Anti-Corruption Law Enforcement Cooperation as it was called, sought to provide greater ...

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Integrity Commission credits the Media for instigating the MNIB investigation

The office of the Integrity Commission in Grenada has credited the local media for promoting what has been dubbed an investigation into allegations of misappropriation of public funds at the Grenada Marketing and National Importing Board (GMNIB).  Addressing members of the media during a press conference at the Public Workers Union (PWU) building on Wednesday, members of the commission admitted ...

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$12,000 bail in connection with sexual assault to a minor

A thirty-two-year-old Grand Anse resident slapped with four counts of alleged sex-related offences meted out to a minor has been placed on twelve thousand dollars bail.  Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill presiding at the Number one Magistrate Court in St. George’s last Friday had the accused man Allan Mathew placed on bail having faced no objection, from the state prosecution team. ...

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Rotary Supporting Health and Education in Our Communities

On Monday 27th August 2018, Rotary Club Grenada East (RCGE) held it’s annual ‘Back to School Assistance Programme’ at the DeLuxe Cinema in Grenville. This project is in its 7th year and it’s a commitment by RCGE to continue the programme as one way of giving back to the community. This year 16 students, accompanied by their parents/guardians received EC$150.00 ...

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25 Schools Attended To In August While Three To Be Built

Twenty-five of the nation’s schools received attention during the August vacation with a view to improving conditions for the students and staff that operate there. In addition, three new schools are down for construction. Minister of Education and Human Resource Development Emmalin Pierre noted that while not all of the repairs and maintenance to the 25 schools have been completed, ...

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25 Schools Attended To In August While Three To Be Built

Twenty-five of the nation’s schools received attention during the August vacation with a view to improving conditions for the students and staff that operate there. In addition, three new schools are down for construction. Minister of Education and Human Resource Development Emmalin Pierre noted that while not all of the repairs and maintenance to the 25 schools have been completed, ...

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25 Schools Attended To In August While Three To Be Built

Twenty-five of the nation’s schools received attention during the August vacation with a view to improving conditions for the students and staff that operate there. In addition, three new schools are down for construction. Minister of Education and Human Resource Development Emmalin Pierre noted that while not all of the repairs and maintenance to the 25 schools have been completed, ...

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PM Promises No One will Be Spared

Prime Minister Keith Mitchell has promised that no one would be spared when the facts from the investigation into the operation of the Grenada Marketing and National Importing Board are in.  Speaking at Tuesday’s post-cabinet briefing the prime minister said he has promised an inquiry and will do everything to get to the heart of the matter. He will get ...

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PM Promises No One will Be Spared

Prime Minister Keith Mitchell has promised that no one would be spared when the facts from the investigation into the operation of the Grenada Marketing and National Importing Board are in.  Speaking at Tuesday’s post-cabinet briefing the prime minister said he has promised an inquiry and will do everything to get to the heart of the matter. He will get ...

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