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Caribbean Policy Reform Threatened By Lack Of Political

President of the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), Dr. Warren Smith, says one of the biggest threats to Caribbean policy reform is the “absence of political will and the lack of implementation capacity.” He was speaking at the Caribbean Leade...

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Rainwater Harvesting

On Thursday the Grenada harvest 2030-rainwater harvesting project was launched at the St. Joseph’s Convent Grenville. The project is funded by Global Environment Facility (GEF) and Small Grants Programme, (SGP) in collaboration with the St. And...

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RSS Training Course

The Regional Security System (RSS) held a week long training advance crime scene technician course for officers of member states. During the sessions, several gaps were identified. However RSS officials say member states will be receiving equip...

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September Criminal Assizes

The September sitting of the criminal court began on Tuesday at the number 2 high court in St. George’s, with 157 cases listed for trial. Topping that list once again are sex-related offences, with sixty-two matters to be heard before the court.

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Gaston Brown Addresses The UN

Prime Minister Gaston Brown addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Friday, calling on the international community to assist Caribbean islands battered in recent weeks by hurricanes Irma and Maria.

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