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Belmont Resident Suffering

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From A Concern To An Eyesore

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American Drug Trafficker Fined

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Body of Fisherman Fished Out of Carenage Water

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DRIVING INSTRUCTORS UNHAPPY

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Positive Response To PWU Call Out

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Items filtered by date: January 2015

Do Women Need More Protection Under The Constitution?

In the early days of feminism some women abandoned their bras and burned them as a symbol of their independence from the male of the species. They then bounced around the society with what seemed to be a new sense of pride. This bra-less approach has been subsequently abandoned. 

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Hold On To Your Freedom Of Choice

We have recently heard being bandied about in Grenada’s political discourse, the Lee Kuan Yew principle of government. This idea has been loosely dropped by persons suggesting that Grenada’s development can be accelerated by a temporary hold being put on parliamentary elections.

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Grenada’s Newest Published Author

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Another Grenadian born has risen to the occasion again in becoming Grenada’s youngest author and publisher of an exciting novel. At 18 years of age Ms. Krystal Cyrus has released her very first 340 page book titled ‘THE ENIGMATICS” which is considered to be a teen thriller. It is a haunting tale of darkness in the midst of sea, sun and sand which is keeping her readers on the edge of their seats.

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St Georges Businessman Found Guilty Of Forgery Awaits Sentence At Her Majesty’s Prison

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After a trial spanning just over two months jurors at the number two Supreme Court on Wednesday found St Georges businessman Roger Lewis proprietor of the popular Seaport Restaurant and son a one-time prominent St George’s businessman Allan Lewis (now diseased) guilty on all three counts for which he had appeared in court, namely forgery, uttering and uttering a false document.

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Commissioner Thompson awaits court’s decision

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The man who is still on record as Grenada’s Commissioner of Police Wilan Thompson, is now locked in a legal battle against his removal as head of the Royal Grenada Police Force by the Keith Mitchell-lead Administration shortly after they resumed office in 2013 awaits a court decision to know whether he can take his matter to the next level.

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Grenada China Relation Is Stronger Than Ever

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Ambassador of the Peoples Republic of China to Grenada H.E. Mme Ou Boqian has reassured Grenadians that the relationship between Grenada and the Peoples Republic of China is as solid as ever and that both countries are exploring ways to further strengthen their bilateral relation.

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Canadian National remanded on drug charge

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A forty-one year old Canadian man has been remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison on drug related charges following the discovery of ten pounds of cocaine in a suitcase allegedly belonging to him on the Maurice Bishop International Airport on Tuesday.

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