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Rootsman Kelly takes his first Calypso Monarch Title

Rootsman Kelly takes his first Caly…

After stamping his author...

Helen Marie and a Associates wins King and Queen of the band

Helen Marie and a Associates wins K…

Helen Marie and a Associa...

Soca Monarch Title #4 for Boyzie

Soca Monarch Title #4 for Boyzie

“The competition was stif...

Dash Retains Groovy Monarch title

Dash Retains Groovy Monarch title

Question, “Second Groovy ...

CARNIVAL QUEEN CROWN GOES TO ST. DAVID’S

CARNIVAL QUEEN CROWN GOES TO ST. DA…

Despite being the younges...

ACCIDENT IN BELVEDERE INJURES ONE CHILD

ACCIDENT IN BELVEDERE INJURES ONE C…

A loud bang early last we...

Over $12,000.00 Raised At Ccef Event

Over $12,000.00 Raised At Ccef Even…

The Carriacou Children Ed...

Vouchers For Better Education Handed Out

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Several needy families ac...

C-PAC Provides Enormous Support To PRH

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The Princess Royal Hospit...

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Items filtered by date: November 2014

84 Year Old Woman RAPED AND MURDERED

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Relatives are in shock and are having difficulties coming to grips with the horrible, brutal and sudden death of eighty- four year old Doris Mitchell commonly known in the village of Birch grove among the neighborhood as Tanty Dorr.

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SENATOR EMMONS LAID TO REST

The showers of blessings came down, tears rolled down the cheeks, the tributes were glowing, they came in hundreds from all different generations, race, creed and class and the atmosphere of grief and sadness penetrated the hearts of everyone as the sister isles, country and by extension the rest of the Grenadines came out to pay a fitting final farewell for a true champion – the late, Senator Jester Dunbar Emmons.

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Tibeau Under Another Filthy Attack

Some residents of this island seem to be of the opinion that the eastern area of Tibeau, which presents a pristine view of the Atlantic Ocean’s natural beauty is much too intense and therefore it should be defaced with the indiscriminate dumping of a wide assortment of garbage.

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Nurse: “Don’t Make Gov’t Look Bad,” Claims Patient

A resident of Belair who recently departed to seek further medical attention in England following a hernia operation at the General Hospital said he was bemused at the unprofessionalism which surrounded his travels from the Princess Royal Hospital, Carriacou to Grenada—and that he was stunned at what it seemed was a politically inflamed attitude of the nurse who accompanied him to the mainland.

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Budget 2015: Independent National Think Tank

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Time and again we are looking overseas for grants and help to save Grenada’s dying economy. We can’t live without masters local or foreign, economic or spiritual. This dependency and slave mentality are the main reasons for our problems.  

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The National Budget and the Constitution

The national budget refers to the estimates of revenues and expenditure, which the government of the day has determined for the financial year. In this regard, several consultations are held with personnel in the various departments and ministries to come up with final figures. In relation to Grenada, the financial year means January to December. Whilst the ideal situation is that budgets be presented before the financial year begins so that both government and the private sector would be enabled to plan properly, this is not always possible. This year however, the ideal is being obtained.

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Pragmatism: If It Ain’t Broke Why Fix It?

Pragmatism is the operative word these days. It means that when something is working don’t change it. Last week the Prime Minister announced a cabinet reshuffle which might not be considered major by ordinary standards. It was noticed that in the speech, he praised and glorified all those affected by the changes, yet they were moved. Many Grenadians are wondering why these ministers are changed when, by the Prime Minister’s own admission, they are performing so well. However, as the people say, there is much more than meets the eye.

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