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THE ORGANISATION OF EASTERN CARIBBEAN STATES - 33 YEARS LATER

THE ORGANISATION OF EASTERN CARIBBEAN STATES - 33 YEARS LATER

OECS Commission, Castries, St. Lucia, July 24th 2014 Thirty three (33) years after the signing of the Treaty of Basseterre establishing The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, the Organisation reflects on its achievements in a series of articles of which this is part one. On June 18th 1981 seven OECS Member States - Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. ...

24 Jul 2014 Hits:586 Regional News

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LIMACOL CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE HITS ITS STRIDE WITH ALL MATCHES IN GUYANA AND …

LIMACOL CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE HITS ITS STRIDE WITH ALL MATCHES IN GUYANA AND TRINIDAD SOLD OUT

Fans in Barbados, Jamaica, St. Kitts and St. Lucia encouraged to secure tickets soonest to the “Biggest Party in Sport”Thursday 24th July 2014 – Bridgetown, Barbados: The Limacol Caribbean Premier League has really hit its stride with all matches in Guyana and Trinidad sold out, it was announced today.

24 Jul 2014 Hits:628 Regional News

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REPUBLIC BANK ANGEL HARPS RECEIVES $35,000.00 TO ASSIST WITH PANORAMA 2014

REPUBLIC BANK ANGEL HARPS RECEIVES $35,000.00 TO ASSIST WITH PANORAMA 2014

The countdown to “Pantastic Saturday” (August 09, 2014) is on.  Republic Bank continues to support the Republic Bank Angel Harps Steel Orchestra for the 32nd consecutive year.  On July 18, 2014, the Bank made a contribution of $35,000.00 to the Band, to assist with preparations for the 2014 panorama season.  Band member, Bernard Ross received the cheque on behalf of the Band.  ...

23 Jul 2014 Hits:1824 Local News

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AXCEL CELBRATES YOUNG GRADUATE


AXCEL CELBRATES YOUNG GRADUATE


St. George’s, Grenada – July 15, 2014 -- Described by his principal as ‘pleasant and disciplined’, Sharmari Mark, who sat 10 CXCs during last month’s examinations, would like to pursue a degree in construction engineering. Aside from the rigorous curriculum he selected for himself, he wishes to be a professional footballer.  He started playing football at the age of 5 and been ...

22 Jul 2014 Hits:2392 Local News

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CONGRATUALTIONS TO AMATEUR BODY BUILDER DAMION DANIEL

CONGRATUALTIONS TO AMATEUR BODY BUILDER DAMION DANIEL

MONDAY JULY 21ST, 2014: The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Religious Affairs hereby congratulates Grenadian Amateur Body Builder, Damion Daniel, on his outstanding performance at the recent Sports World Classic, in the Men’s Heavy Weight category, on Saturday 12th, July 2014, at  held at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya, Trinidad.

21 Jul 2014 Hits:3222 Local News

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INTERNATIONAL TOURISM: STRONG PEAK SEASON ANTICIPATED

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM: STRONG PEAK SEASON ANTICIPATED

Demand for international tourism remained strong in the first four months of 2014 according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. International tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 5%, the same rate as during the full year 2013. Prospects for the current peak tourism season remain very positive with over 460 million tourists expected to travel abroad in the May-August 2014...

21 Jul 2014 Hits:2672 Regional News

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DIGICEL EXPANDS ITS CABLE TV AND BROADBAND FOOTPRINT WITH JAMAICAN ACQUISITION

DIGICEL EXPANDS ITS CABLE TV AND BROADBAND FOOTPRINT WITH JAMAICAN ACQUISITION

Roll-out of fibre in several markets progressing well Thursday 17th July 2014 – Kingston, Jamaica:  Digicel today announced that it has reached an agreement with Telstar Cable Limited to acquire its cable and fibre network in Jamaica. Telstar provides cable TV, broadband and telephony services.  On completion, which is subject to approval by the Broadcasting Commission, Digicel...

18 Jul 2014 Hits:5370 Regional News

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"CPL TO GIVE CARIBBEAN GREATER EXPOSURE" MOODY

International Director of Cricket with the Caribbean Premier League and former Australian cricketer Tom Moody believes the advent of the CPL will give greater exposure to Caribbean cricketers on the international stage.In an exclusive interview with The Barnacle on Wednesday. Mr. Moody said the CPL will serve the Caribbean well as boost for local economies and as a learning too...

09 Jul 2014 Hits:15435 Local News

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DABREO: BUSINESSES NOW SEEING THE VALUE OF THE MARKETING PROCESS

DABREO: BUSINESSES NOW SEEING THE VALUE OF THE MARKETING PROCESS

President of the Grenada Hotels and Tourism Association, Ian Dabreo says Grenadian businesses are only just beginning to see the value of the marketing process to their survival and development. Mr. Dabreo made the statement Wednesday in an exclusive interview with the Barnacle, in which he welcomed the hosting of the opening games of Cricket’s Caribbean Premier League in Grena...

09 Jul 2014 Hits:14901 Local News

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THOMAS HOPES GOVERNMENT WILL UTILISE MONIES FROM IMF

THOMAS HOPES GOVERNMENT WILL UTILISE MONIES FROM IMF

Former Prime Minister Tillman Thomas says he hopes Government will utilise monies received from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) under the island's 3-year Structural Adjustment Programme, wisely.Mr. Thomas believes how the money is used will determine the pace at which the Grenada economy rebounds.

09 Jul 2014 Hits:14284 Local News

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EMIL LEE, NEW CHTA PRESIDENT HIGHLIGHTS REGION'S DIVERSITY, PLANS TO FORM CARIBB…

EMIL LEE, NEW CHTA PRESIDENT HIGHLIGHTS REGION'S DIVERSITY, PLANS TO FORM CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY, STRENGTHEN NATIONAL HOTEL ASSOCIATIONS

MIAMI, FL (July 2, 2014) - Emil Lee, general manager of Princess Heights Hotel, St. Maarten, took over the reigns as president of the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA) for the next two years and vowed to strengthen the National Hotel Associations, form a Caribbean community to help grow tourism to the region and continue to build on the foundation that his predecesso...

03 Jul 2014 Hits:21543 Regional News

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CPL LAUNCHES TICKETS FOR SCHOOLS INITIATIVE IN GRENADA

CPL LAUNCHES TICKETS FOR SCHOOLS INITIATIVE IN GRENADA

2,000 tickets to be distributed to schoolchildren for the “Biggest Party in Sport” Wednesday 2nd July 2014 – Grenada: Carnival cricket fever hits the beautiful “Spice Isle” of Grenada on the 11th July and, to celebrate, the Caribbean Premier League has partnered with the Grenada Government to launch a very special initiative which will see 2,000 tickets being distributed to sch...

03 Jul 2014 Hits:20327 Local News

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SIR JAMES MITCHELL IS PATHETICALLY WRONG ON CCJ, SAY ALEXIS

Statement by Dr Francis Alexis QC (23 July 2014)

The Statement made in Grenada yesterday by Sir James Mitchell, former Vincentian Prime Minister, that Caribbean countries should not have the Caribbean Court of Justice (“CCJ”) as their final appellate court is put to shame by several factors. So says Dr. Francis Alexis QC.

One is the readiness of the UK to facilitate certain Caribbean countries in getting out of the Privy Council and into the CJ. Dr Alexis refers to the clause in the Constitution of Dominica by which, earlier this July, under an agreement between Dominica and the UK, Dominica, without referendum approval, properly passed an Act to get out of the Privy Council and into CCJ. That clause, Alexis points out, appears also in the Constitution each of St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia and St.Vincent.

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