The history of media workers in Grenada

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Grenada media workers' deadline runs out
CANA, 16 March 2000. Unionised employees of the state-owned Grenada Broadcasting Network (GBN) will meet to decide on further action in a dispute over increased wages (brief).
Media workers strike called off
Antigua Sun, 27 March 2000. A strike at the GBN was called off after management and the Technical and Allied Workers Union reached an agreement. The fifty employees of GBN, an institution controlled by the Trinidad & Tobago-based Caribbean Communications Network, walked off the job Thursday to protest the suspension of two presenters accused of refusing to read television news.
Grenada state media workers on strike
CANA, 22 April 2000. For the second time in a month, the Grenada Broadcasting Network (GBN) has been hit by industrial action: unionised workers walked off the job (brief).
Grenada media workers refute charges of sabotage
CANA 25 April 2000. As a strike at the Grenada Broadcasting Network (GBN) entered its fourth day, employees refuted charges that they had sabotaged the station's equipment.
Grenada strike off
CANA 26 May 2000. Strikes at key Grenada utility companies and essential services have been called off after agreement was reached for 28 striking workers at GB to be reinstated.