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Government Seems To Be Softening On Negotiations

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Eighteen months for Possession

Eighteen months for Possession

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Eight months for stealing transformer

Eight months for stealing transform…

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$200,000 bail for Grenadian on Drug Charges, Vinci denied bail

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Is A Major Clash On The Horizon?

Labour issues have brought down many a government the world over while championing labour has ushered more than a few would be leaders into office.

Eric Matthew Gairy was a labour organizer and leader who was able to agitate estate workers in Grenada toiling for almost slave wages, with visions of a better life and a better future. He eventually became the second premier and the first prime minister of Grenada.

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EDITORIAL: Beginning At Home

A few weeks ago Grenada’s Economic Advisor Dr. Patrick Antoine, speaking on a weekly radio programme made the controversial point that we should stop pinning grandiose hopes on agriculture as the panacea to the country’s economic aspirations.

Dr. Antoine, as is to be expected drew some considerable flak from the public for this observation since many assumed that the economist was advocating the abandonment of agriculture as an important pursuit and positing that Grenadians should take a more nonchalant approach to this age old cultural and economic activity.

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EDITORIAL: Police And Prisoner

For some convicted offenders, the road back from convict to ordinary member of the society can be long and challenging. What happens while they are incarcerated can make the difference between effective rehabilitation and repeat offenses.

While there are those who are content to spend the majority of their adult lives traipsing in and out of the penitentiary without batting an eyelid, others in a moment of passion or indiscretion ran afoul of the law, did their time and would like to put it behind them as soon as possible.

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