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Items filtered by date: January 2015

Attorney General responds to Bar President

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One day after President of the Grenada Bar Association Ruggles Ferguson issued a public statement calling for immediate action to address the deplorable condition of the #2 Supreme Court; Attorney General Cajeton Hood said work is ongoing to address those issues.

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Beach Vendors Going All Out For Justice

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A group of vendors arrested by Beach Police earlier this week and charged with vending without a vendor’s license and in one instance vending in a no vending zone have vowed to leave no stone unturned in search of justice since according to them, they were not breaking the law.

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Samaritan Presbyterian School wins again

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The St. Mark’s based Samaritan Presbyterian School has retained the Kiddy Cricket Festival Title beating Grand Roy by 9 wickets in the finals at the La Sagesse Playing Field last Friday to claim their second consecutive title in this format of the game.

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Matheson And Stewart Win GCA Awards

Anderson Matheson has walked away with the Grenada Cricket Association’s most Outstanding National Umpire for the last year while top Cricketer, Emmanuel Stewart won the prize as the most impressive cricketer throughout the sister isles for the same period.

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ULTIMATUM FOR FLEARY

The sudden resignation of Tevin Andrews, as Chairman of the Carriacou and Petite Martinique Constituency Branch of the National Democratic Congress, may have been orchestrated from inside the party to pressure caretaker Randolph Fleary, to step up or else step out.

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Tourism Minister Makes First- Hand Assessment

Newly appointed tourism minister, Hon. Yolande Bain Horsford, has seized the opportunity to discover for herself what the critical components and best approaches are towards propelling the unique tourism values of the sister isles and that require almost immediate attention to drive these two islands to the front of the world’s most demanded tourist destinations. 

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A day in the life of Chinese Ambassador H.E Madame Ou Boqian

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Not very often, members of the public gets an opportunity to observe up close and personal the day to day operation of ambassadorial figures and therefore when Ambassador to the Peoples Republic of China to Grenada Her Excellency Madame Ou Boqian opened her doors to members of the media last Friday it signaled the dawn of a new day and further dispelled the clouds of speculation that engulf ambassadorial figures. It takes Ambassador/public relations to a different level.

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