The letter essentially called for cooperation from importers/retailers in the interest of public health and safety while the Government continues to monitor the investigations ongoing in Brazil.
The government will convene another meeting with the Public Workers’ Union in the coming weeks to discuss another phase of regularisation pertaining to Officers holding Temporary Public Service Commission appointments.
“The Dangerous Dogs Legislation came into effect since 2002, and a clause was included to stop the breeding of dangerous dogs in Grenada. It therefore means that there should be no puppies or young dogs, and we are seeing a proliferation of young dangerous dogs among homeowners.” read more
The consultation took place at the Public Workers Union building in St George's, as concerned stakeholders try to come up with new and creative ways to push the health promotion agenda with a holistic approach to ensure health in all policies. read more
De Bellotte said he was an ambulance driver for the General Hospital and worked with Government for about 16 years, and claimed that he was injured on the job due to an accident. He said in 2001 he was given a “thank you letter,” and was subsequently dismissed without being compensated. read more