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Co–op Bank & Benefactors Raise Over $155K for Carlton House

Grenada Co-operative Bank Ltd. is pleased to announce that, along with its benefactors, they have reached a monetary fund of over 155K towards the Carlton House project.  The purpose of the Carlton House facility is to provide an environment that allows for all of the processes substance misusers must confront and overcome to reach a healthier place, both physically and ...

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Elvis Morain Appointed Supervisor Of Elections

Elvis Morain is Grenada’s new Supervisor of Elections. Prime Minister, Dr. the Right Honourable Keith Mitchell confirmed the appointment of Mr Morain at the weekly Post Cabinet Press Briefing on Tuesday.  Mr Morain, who is also the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, assumed the role of Supervisor of Elections on March 13, 2019. He replaces Alex ...

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Think About The Children

In last week’s Post Cabinet Briefing, the Minister responsible for Economic Affairs and Trade, Honorable Oliver Joseph made the announcement that cabinet had taken a decision to give the management of LIAT an undisclosed sum of money from the nation’s treasury, because the airline, which is owned by some neighbouring islands, (Grenada is not a major shareholder), is going through ...

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Consumer Organisation Calls For Better Quality Food Boxes

The Grenada Organisation for Consumer Affairs (GrenOCA) is expressing concern about the quality of food boxes being brought into the island as a replacement to Styrofoam boxes.  GrenOCA has received several complaints from consumers regarding the quality of the boxes and according to GrenOCA’s President Milton Coy, the organisation has investigated the matter and noted that the concerns are to ...

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Drama Therapy Is Here

Founder and director of Grenada Acting and Film School, as well as the Drama for Peace Foundation, presents an alternative approach for helping victims of Gender-Based Violence in Grenada. According to Roger Williams, Grenada Acting and Film School is open to all persons desirous of being professionally trained in a multiplicity of areas including drama, theatre and film; however beyond ...

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Government Makes Cbi Programme More Attractive

The Government of Grenada is taking steps to make its Citizenship by Investment (CBI) Programme more attractive to investors by offering a greater range of benefits.  Minister for Trade, Industry, Cooperatives and CARICOM Affairs, Honourable Oliver Joseph on Friday presented a bill in the House of Representatives for the Grenada Citizenship by Investment (Amendment) Act 2019.  The amendments expand the ...

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Gladstone Road man claims he was picked up on mistaken identity

A young man from Gladstone Road, Grenville, brought before the Grenville Magistrate Court last Monday on a warrant for owing money to the court, told the magistrate that his presence in the court was through mistaken identity. The court heard that the young man was Anil Antoine of Gladstone Road while the person who should have been before the court ...

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Court System Needs Immediate Attention Says Sylvester

Prominent local attorney Derek Sylvester continues to be concerned about the slow pace of legal proceedings in the courts, which cause matters to be delayed while accused persons languish on remand longer than is appropriate. He spoke about this and other matters to the media last week Sylvester said there are approximately 200 matters pending before the criminal court, with ...

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Court System Needs Immediate Attention Says Sylvester

Prominent local attorney Derek Sylvester continues to be concerned about the slow pace of legal proceedings in the courts, which cause matters to be delayed while accused persons languish on remand longer than is appropriate. He spoke about this and other matters to the media last week Sylvester said there are approximately 200 matters pending before the criminal court, with ...

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