Leading hair restoration specialists, Stop and Regrow, partners with Quest Diagnostics for Biochemistry and DNA Testing

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Leading hair restoration specialists, Stop and Regrow, partners with Quest Diagnostics for Biochemistry and DNA Testing – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for global professionals · Thursday, February 22, 2018 · 433,537,625 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics Newsletters Press Releases Events & Conferences Read More

Grenada’s pension reform agreement described as ‘revolutionary’

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Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has described as ‘revolutionary’ an agreement between the government and the trade union movement on a formula to restore State Pension. Prime Minister Mitchell was addressing a rally ahead of Monday’s exchange of a Memorandum of Understanding involving unions, associations and government. “This is a revolutionary decision that this government Read More


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The St Vincent and the Grenadines Athletics Club, IDAT dominated the Grenada Relay Classic by winning 7 of the 9 events in which they competed in last weekend’s Grenada Relay Classic at the Kirani James Stadium in St George’s. IT DAT Athletics Club won the Boys Distance Medley Open in a new record time of Read More

Grenada’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show team ready for 2018

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Pure Grenada, Spice of the Caribbean sets sights on 14th gold. 2017 was a record year for Pure Grenada winning its 13th Gold award at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and already Team Grenada is setting its sights on gold once again. With the help of the Grenada Tourism Authority (GTA), the Grenada Chelsea Flower Read More

Breakwater Sailors Place Second at Grenada Sailing Week

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From let to right, Lilee Fell, Sara Nightingale and Liz Joyce represented Sag Harbor in the classic yacht division at Grenada Sailing Week. Lilee Fell, Liz Joyce and Sara Nightingale represented Sag Harbor in the classic yacht division at Grenada Sailing Week from January 29 through February 3. Sailing aboard The Blue Peter, a 65-foot wooden Read More

Grenada Cocoa Association receives government bailout

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by Curlan Campbell, NOW Grenada Government allocates EC$1.5 million to GCA Depressing prices on the world market mean the GCA receives $1,900 per ton for cocoa For the last 4 weeks, as a result of cash flow issues, the Grenada Cocoa Association (GCA) was only able to purchase from farmers dry cocoa as opposed to Read More

Major breakthrough: Grenada moves within sight of returning State Pension

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A landmark moment for the restoration of State Pension by the Keith Mitchell Government occurred on Monday when a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was exchanged. Chairman of the Government’s Pension Engagement Committee Beryl Isaac described the handing over of the MOU as a memorable occasion. She says there is commitment for the completion of all Read More

Grenada Harvest 2030 – Rainwater Harvesting Model Project

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Exchange students: Kisha Scott and Donola Noel from St Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School; Darcel Courtney and Reanna Mason from St Joseph’s Convent, Grenville The St Andrew’s Development Organisation (SADO) with funding from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) has implemented the Grenada Harvest 2030 project. Harvest 2030 is an initiative which promotes Read More

Next Generation Grenada: How Silversands Resort Hopes to Redefine the Car

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by Claire Wrathall, The Telegraph, February 14, 2018 For more than half a century, if you sought luxury on the Caribbean island of Grenada, the southernmost of the Lesser Antilles, there was only really one option: the Spice Island Resort, a venerable all-inclusive with a large freeform pool and on the fabulous stretch of beach known Read More

New study in Grenada links coral reefs and disaster risk reduction

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From Caribbean News Now  GRENVILLE, Grenada — A new study, published by UC Santa Cruz (UCSC) and The Nature Conservancy, in the Journal of Environmental Management, evaluates one of the first uses of reef restoration as natural infrastructure specifically designed to reduce risks to people and property, and reveals that coral degradation is directly linked Read More