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Over $100,000 Up For Grabs In 2017 Waggy-T Super Knockout

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More Teachers To Be Regularized

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Renewed Call for Ganja Liberalisation

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FAMILY ON RED ALERT  - For Fear of Ball Injury

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A Call for Harsher Penalties For Child Sexual Abusers

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Convict with sixteen previous convictions remanded in prison for stealing

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Electrical Pole and Lines Covered in Vine in Grenville

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LIONS Club supports relief effort to hurricane-ravaged islands

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Grenada On EU Member States BLACKLIST

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Eight CARICOM countries along with other Caribbean countries are among the 30 non-cooperative tax jurisdictions most commonly listed by EU Member States. The European Commission published these details in a list yesterday. It is based on Member States’ lists as they were communicated to the Commission in December 2014. The Commission will amend this list at least once a year to reflect changes to Member States’ national lists.

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Moves afoot to strengthen literacy in Grenada

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The Government of Grenada through the Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development and the Grenada Schools Incorporated (GSI), Last Friday signed a memorandum of Understanding that will provide for the introduction of an early year literacy project, within all public primary schools on the Island, with the hope of lifting the standard of literacy among earlier learners.

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Unemployment Falling But Where Are The Jobs?

If there is one task each and every individual should set him or herself and make every effort to achieve, it is to leave the world a little smarter than they entered.

By smarter I don’t mean more mature or more formally educated but smart in the sense of being a better analyst of information; the ability to take raw data, clean and process it and come up with something meaningful.

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