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DIGICEL DOUBLES THE VALUE FOR GRENADIANS

DIGICEL DOUBLES THE VALUE FOR GRENADIANS

Following Digicel’s successful launch of 4G Data technology in Grenada, Digicel is doubling the Value for Grenadians when it comes to prepaid data and postpaid smartplans. An investment of US$5M into the latest mobile data technology has ensured that Grenadians can now surf, stream, share and play on their mobile phones faster than ever before. Digicel launched 4G data technolo...

17 Sep 2014 Hits:7072 Local News

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GRENADIAN FARMER GETS INTERNATIONAL AWARD

GRENADIAN FARMER GETS INTERNATIONAL AWARD

A proud moment for the Grenada Public Service Co-operative Credit Union (GPSCCU) as young professional Grenadian farmer, Samuel Andrew, of Hilltop Farm becomes the island’s first recipient of a regional award under the GPSCCU Micro-Finance (MiFi) facility.The Ladigue,St. Andrew resident and at the time, a part-time employee at the St. George’s University (SGU), received the "Be...

17 Sep 2014 Hits:6811 Local News

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CARIBBEAN EXPORT SUPPORTS A JOINT INVESTMENT PROMOTIONS STRATEGY (JIPS) FOR HAIT…

CARIBBEAN EXPORT SUPPORTS A JOINT INVESTMENT PROMOTIONS STRATEGY (JIPS) FOR HAITI AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, September 14, 2014.  The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) is to support the development of a Joint Investment Promotions Strategy (JIPS) for Haiti and the Dominican Republic that will focus on the mutual development of opportunities that will attract foreign direct investment (FDI).  This was announced by Deputy Executive...

16 Sep 2014 Hits:7892 Regional News

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HEALTH CITY CAYMAN ISLANDS TO FEATURE AT WORLD MEDICAL TOURISM MEET

HEALTH CITY CAYMAN ISLANDS TO FEATURE AT WORLD MEDICAL TOURISM MEET

CAYMAN ISLANDS (September 14, 2014) - One of the Caribbean's newest medical facilities will be introduced to the world as an excellent Caribbean contribution to the rapidly expanding medical tourism landscape at a major global meeting this month. Health City Cayman Islands will be offered up as a center of excellence for medical tourism and destination healthcare at the World M...

15 Sep 2014 Hits:8747 Regional News

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OVER $60,000 FOR DIGICEL 4G COMPUTER LAB IN ST. PATRICK

OVER $60,000 FOR DIGICEL 4G COMPUTER LAB IN ST. PATRICK

St. George’s September 8, 2014 – The community of Mt. Rose and the St. Rose Seventh-Day Adventist Comprehensive School in Mt. Rose, St. Patrick are the beneficiary of a full Digicel 4G Computer Lab. This ICT lab is equipped with computers, and all its peripherals, furniture and is air-conditioned and comes at a cost of over $60,000 thanks to Digicel. Present at the handing over...

11 Sep 2014 Hits:13806 Local News

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CARIBBEAN EXPORT LAUNCHES THE 
REGIONAL INVESTOR OF THE YEAR AWARD 2014

CARIBBEAN EXPORT LAUNCHES THE 
REGIONAL INVESTOR OF THE YEAR AWARD 2014

The Caribbean Export Development Agency (Caribbean Export) and the Caribbean Association of Investment Promotion Agencies (CAIPA) have announced the 2nd hosting of the Caribbean’s Regional Investor of the Year Awards 2014 (RIYA 2014). RIYA 2014 is a prestigious and unique annual award programme that seeks to recognize and salute the achievement of pan-Caribbean foreign and loc...

11 Sep 2014 Hits:13026 Regional News

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PAHO URGES COUNTRIES TO ELIMINATE MOSQUITO BREEDING SITES TO PREVENT THE SPREAD …

PAHO URGES COUNTRIES TO ELIMINATE MOSQUITO BREEDING SITES TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF DENGUE AND CHIKUNGUNYA

With peak transmission season approaching, PAHO reminds member countries of the importance of strengthening vector control, patient care and social communicationWashington, D.C., 10 September 2014 (PAHO/WHO) — The Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) is urging member countries that have mosquitoes that transmit dengue and chikungunya to step up ...

11 Sep 2014 Hits:11977 Regional News

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FOA FOOD PRICE INDEX DROPS TO FOUR-YEAR LOW

FOA FOOD PRICE INDEX DROPS  TO FOUR-YEAR LOW

Good weather boosts world cereal production – 2014 crop projections up 14 million tonnes 11 September 2014, Rome - FAO's monthly food price index registered another drop in August, continuing a 5-month downward run and reaching its lowest level since September 2010.The index's August average of 196.6 points represents a decrease of 7.3 points (3.6 percent) from July. With the...

11 Sep 2014 Hits:10977 Regional News

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AUTHORITIES ANALYZED VULNERABILITY OF CARIBBEAN SIDS AT ECLAC EVENT DURING THE S…

AUTHORITIES ANALYZED VULNERABILITY OF CARIBBEAN SIDS AT ECLAC EVENT DURING THE SAMOA CONFERENCE

Ministers from several Caribbean countries addressed the challenges posed as a result of small size and limited capacity.(September 3, 2014) Authorities from several Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and experts from the United Nations discussed today the critical factors that underpin the vulnerability of Caribbean SIDS, during the Third International Conference ...

05 Sep 2014 Hits:17464 Regional News

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PAHO/WHO DIRECTOR WELCOMES REGULATION OF FOOD INDUSTRY TO CURB OBESITY

PAHO/WHO DIRECTOR WELCOMES REGULATION OF FOOD INDUSTRY TO CURB OBESITY

Regulations on labeling, promotion and advertising of processed foods are needed to reverse “exponentially increasing” patterns of unhealthy consumptionWashington, D.C., 30 August 2014 (PAHO/WHO) — Countries in the Americas—which have the highest obesity rates in the world—are fighting the obesity epidemic with new, stricter regulations on food labeling, promotion and advertisi...

01 Sep 2014 Hits:20895 Regional News

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“FORTIFYING AND CREATING PARTNERSHIPS” IS ESSENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT, SAYS IFAD P…

“FORTIFYING AND CREATING PARTNERSHIPS” IS ESSENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT, SAYS IFAD PRESIDENT ON THE EVE OF THE SMALL ISLANDS DEVELOPING STATES CONFERENCE

Samoa, 1 September 2014 – Strong private and public sector partnerships are essential to the future survival of small island developing states, that is the message the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) is presenting at the International Conference on Small Island Developing States, which began today in Apia, Samoa.

01 Sep 2014 Hits:19324 Regional News

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ISSUANCE OF RECEIPTS/VAT INVOICES

ISSUANCE OF RECEIPTS/VAT INVOICES

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA: The Inland Revenue Division of the Ministry of Finance will like to remind VAT Registrants of their obligations under the Value Added Tax Act, 2009, to issue VAT sales receipts /invoices to every customer to whom a sale was made.A VAT invoice/Sales receipt must contain the following information as prescribed by the Act;

01 Sep 2014 Hits:25020 Local News

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ACHIEVING BEST PRACTICES IN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY THROUGH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

There is a growing recognition at many levels of society of the need for better and more extensive environmental education (EE), in order to meet the goals of sustainable development. To this end, more effort is needed to achieve a closer cooperation among government and non-government agencies, interests groups, businesses, the media and local communities. In other words, a collaborative framework is required to facilitate research on environmental problems, disseminate educational material on such problems, encourage public participation in environmental programmes aimed at solving and preventing those problems, and most importantly, to monitor and evaluate the outcomes of these programmes.

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