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Sewer System Concern

The sewer system at Mt. Gay is again demanding attention. Amidst heightened concerns from residents and business people in the area, an elderly couple had an unfortunate incident on Thursday morning….

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LIAT Settles With Pilots

The Leeward Islands Airline Pilots Association (LIALPA) has called off protest action against LIAT, following reaching a settlement. This comes after five years of negotiations.

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Observing Education Week

Highlighting best practices based on the curriculum and the services provided by educators in different districts throughout the country is the focus of Education Week. It is being observed for the first time from the 21st to the 25th of May.

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Cost Of FATCA

Grenada is now compliant with requirements under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, (FATCA) following in the footsteps of other Caribbean territories. However, these new requirements are posing major challenges for financial institutions.

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Progressive Political Party

A new political party led by young people is introducing itself to the Grenadian public. The progress party, with its symbol the Pegasus, is encouraging Grenadians to fact check as the next general election looms.

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