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Items filtered by date: December 2014

Still The Talking Point

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The appointment – more appropriately the election of Chester Humphrey as President of the Senate continues to be the talking point mainly among ordinary Grenadians. As usual, people’s responses are dependent on their side of the political divide or otherwise.

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My own take of the China experience

One of my colleagues described the recent visit by a team of Journalists from Grenada to the People’s Republic of China as fabulous. 

Being a part of the mission, while I endorse fully his sentiments, I also wish to add, that it was a breathtaking experience, one that would remain with me for the rest of my life and therefore on my own behalf and that of the other members of the team, I wish to thank the Media Workers of Grenada and the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Grenada for making it happen.

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Irony Of Global VIOLENCE

There is much for which the Grenadian people, and indeed the people of the wider Caribbean region, must be thankful. People in these parts are enjoying a relatively peaceful life while violence erupts in several corners of the world.

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Born On Christmas Day??

The name “Jesus” means Saviour and the title “Christ” means Anointed. Notice the use of the words ‘name’ and ‘title’ because Jesus is His name and Christ is a title. Jesus was sent by the Father as Saviour of the world, and was anointed “The Christ” to fulfill that mission. While many believe that there is a Jesus who is the Christ, many challenge the date of His birth arguing that He was not born on 25th December. 

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St. Patrick’s Rapist remains behind bars

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A St Patrick’s man convicted of rape in 2011 will remain in prison for the duration of his twelve year sentence as the Court of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court presently sitting in Grenada dismissed an appeal against his sentence during Tuesday’s sitting.

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