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The Mark family of Victor...

RAYANA DOUGLAS  Tops 2016 CPEA

RAYANA DOUGLAS Tops 2016 CPEA

Close to 2000 young stude...

Another Grenadian  Cricketer breaking  new Grounds

Another Grenadian Cricketer breaki…

St. Andrews based fast bo...

Stewart Leads National Team To Tournament

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Talented West Indies unde...

Harvey-Vale’s Elvis Gay Tops CPEA For Sister Isles

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St. George’s businessman’s death was self-inflected

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Public Schools Taking Their Place

The moment that nearly 2,000 students had anxiously awaited for a few weeks finally arrived on Monday. The impatiently awaited results of the CPEA primary school examinations were made public amidst jubilation and a sense of expectation…well mostly.

Of the 1,959 students who were registered to write the exams, 1,723 gained places into secondary schools leaving 232 to make another attempt next year once they are still within the eligibility age.

Keen observers have noticed the continuation of a trend that began manifesting itself a few years ago, the public schools are grabbing more of the top places.

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Truly The Greatest

Behind every great sporting accomplishment is a reliable and competent support team. In the case of boxing for example, the virtuoso performance one sees in the ring is the result of countless hours of training, dieting, frugality, foregoing many worldly pleasures and exquisite guidance from coaches, trainers, managers and assorted advisors.

Where boxing is concerned specifically, despite all this support in terms of preparation, training and management, it boils down to the few moments in the ring and in that ring it boils down to the boxer and his/her opponent. If he cannot execute effectively then all of the training and preparation would not have mattered. The boxer faces his opponent alone and it is up to him pot all of the preparation into practice.

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Tackling Youth Crime…Again

There is a small area of the St. George Market Square that that some refer to as Baghdad which inspires concern and sometimes fear in passers- by and persons who for one reason or the other, are forced to use that area of the facility.

People complain that sometimes even broad daylight, young guys can be observed smoking marijuana openly and unafraid in the vicinity of “Baghdad” and cast fierce looks at anyone who dare observe them too openly. Recently the Royal Grenada Police Force sent a unit to carry out an operation in the area and at least one arrest was made in relations to possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking. In addition a quantity of items were confiscated from persons who hade not permit to sell them.  

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