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One Villager Injured in Mount Toute Shooting

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With four criminal charge...

Fire Destroys House In Telescope

Fire Destroys House In Telescope

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Changing the Game - In the Limes

Changing the Game - In the Limes

It was an exciting aftern...

New Port On Schedule in Carriacou

New Port On Schedule in Carriacou

The Tyrell Bay port is on...

4 Grenadian U15 cricketers off to Windward Islands duties

4 Grenadian U15 cricketers off to W…

Four Grenadian cricketers...

GMC Test & Tune Event Honours Nigel Cadoo

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On Sunday 16th July 2017,...

Vin Blaine takes up duties as GFA’s New Technical Director

Vin Blaine takes up duties as GFA’s…

Jamaican Born Vinimore Bl...

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RAW PERSPECTIVE: Carriacou Ignited House Flame

The rough and rugged process, which swept the sister isles as three jostled to receive the caretaker-ship baton from Mr Elvin Nimrod, may well be the catalyst for the current gentle shaking of the house that serves as the home of the ruling New National Party (NNP).

Currently, both Terrence Forrester in the Constituency of South St George and former member of Parliament for St David’s Joslyn Whiteman are publicly upset with the direction the party they have helped to build – is taking.

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What does a business coach do?

This is a question I get asked regularly from persons who may not be sure exactly how coaching can help. This concept is still relatively new to the Caribbean even though it has taken off by leaps and bounds in the United States and in Europe. But as more and more businesses are opening and more entrepreneurs are prepping to take their business to the next level in Grenada, during these tough economic times the need for a business coach becomes even more relevant.

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W.I. Cricket Heritage Should Be Cherished!

The sad demise of West Indies cricket saddens all its supporters. The reasons are many: from players’ laziness, arrogance and lack of patriotism; the W.I. Boards’ ineptitude and lack of spine or the breakdown of the traditional social fabric that once cemented West Indian society and molded its cricket team.

Even sadder is the shocking lack of knowledge and appreciation by current W.I. cricketers- youth, domestic or national- of our rich cricketing heritage and the achievements, exploits and greatness our past cricketers. Sad also when W.I. were cricket’s kings for two decades from 1976 and that was preceded by the equally great teams of John Goddard, Worrell and Sobers that were equal to or better than any in the world. 

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