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Items filtered by date: October 2015

Prime Minister Mitchell Defends Decision not to Reduce GAS PRICE

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Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell is defending his government’s decision not to reduce the price of gas at the pumps stating that it is a prudent and innovative move by his administration in the interest of the country.

Despite a drop in the price of gas on the international market, the price of EC$13.45 per gallon has remained at the pump in Grenada over the last three months prompting many to question why the price has not been lowered as has been the case in other countries across the region.


MP for the Town of St George to address dilapidated buildings

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Parliamentary Representative for the Town of St George and Minister for Health; Hon Nicholas Steele said plans are on Stream to address the issue of dilapidated buildings in the town of St George. 

 Speaking to Informer reporter in the town of St George last Wednesday shortly after fire fighters brought under control a mid afternoon fire, allegedly started in a derelict building on Grenville Street in the town, threatening businesses and residents on that entire city block.


One Year In Jail For Wounding

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Frankie Hannibal of Mt. Horne St. Andrew was not so lucky when he appeared before the Grenville, Magistrate’s Court last Tuesday on a charge of wounding.

 He was sentenced to one year at Her Majesty’s Prison after he pleaded guilty to wounding a security guard with whom he had an altercation at the Grenville market last Saturday. 


St. George’s Man placed under 6 months curfew for burglary and wounding

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A thirty one year-old man from the village of Snug Corner in St. George’s has been ordered to retire to his home from 9pm until 6am for the next six months or run the risk of spending the next five years behind prison bars.

 This was just part of a sentence handed down by High Court Judge Shiraz Aziz on convicted man Mondell Dufont after he pleaded guilty to two of the three charges for which he had appeared before the the number one Supreme Court last Friday namely burglary and wounding. According to the evidence from the court, Dufont had broken into the home of his former girlfriend and inflicted three stab wounds to her chest.


Jurors withdraw their services, “Unfortunate” says Clouden

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A leading defense counsel in Grenada has described as unfortunate, recent developments at the Number one Supreme Court where one juror reportedly fell due to unsuitable conditions at the jury room, forcing the entire panel to withdraw their services but blames the authority for not being proactive in dealing with issues affecting the court.


Large Numbers Return For All-Saints

The All-Saints tradition continues to grow with scores of people already having landed back on home soil.

Over the years the festival has been attracting greater numbers of persons, who are gravitating to the consciousness of reconnecting with departed souls of loved ones.  This increase in awareness by those living overseas has been resulting in larger crowds at the various cemeteries on the night of November 01 and 02.  



Anglican priest in charge of the diocese of Carriacou has called on citizens to allow the thanksgiving period to begin the journey for true healing and love for each other as Christ Jesus has designed for his children.

On the commemoration of the 32nd anniversary of the US led intervention in this country, the Anglican priest said that we as a people must be thankful for our years of liberation.  He said that the deliverance from God could be cited in many thankful ways including the sparing of the country from natural disasters.  


Two Sports Officials Charged in US VISA SCAM

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Two leading sporting figures in Grenada are facing criminal charges over a US Visa scandal scam that went viral, in Grenada and the region last week.

The two, Technical Director of the Grenada Football Association Lester Smith and former National Basketball Coach and head of the Young Generation Basketball Club Nigel “German” Mc Kie, both appeared before Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill on Monday on a series of charges ranging from Conspiracy, forgery and possession of Forged documents.


One of Grenada’s most notorious gangster to be released from Prison

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One of Grenada’s most notorious gangsters dubbed most wanted by Trinidad and Tobago in 1995 and by Grenada in 2001, is to be released from Prison here on Saturday after six years behind bars on charges of attempted murder and robbery with Violence; an incident that left the people from the village of Tivoli in St Andrew in shock for months. 

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