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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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Items filtered by date: July 2015

Calypso Monarch Slams SMC As Unprofessional

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The Reigning Calypso Monarch is blasting the Spice Mas Cooperation (SMC) as a most unprofessional entity; as he lays blame on the shoulder of the cooperation for his none appearance at last Sunday’s Melody Papitet semi finals in St Andrews.

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Nimrod Refuses Andrews’ Peace Hand Shake

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What it seems was a deliberate snubbing demonstrated by the Member of Parliament for Carriacou and Petite Martinique, Elvin Nimrod to the current National Democratic Congress caretaker, Tevin Andrews, did not go down well with those present at Sunday’s official opening of the Regatta festival.

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Real Worries For Market Vendors

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Market vendors continue to plead their cause regarding the poor turnover of produce in the St. George’s Market. A concerned market vendor visited the Grenada Informer to express her concern.

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Calypsonian Praying Mantis Recognized

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He rose to fame in the 1990s; one of his many social commentaries “Rosalyn” remains a favorite among calypso lovers in Grenada. The village of his birth, Chantimelle in St Patrick’s through the group called Heritage Theater recently took the decision to recognize the veteran calypsonian for his contribution to the calypso art form.

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Be A Spicy Parent For The Carnival Season

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As our societies continue to evolve, so too should techniques related to parenting. Challenges such as the influence of social media, peer pressure, childhood obesity and overall safety of children pose major concerns to parents. However, there is help and there is hope. 

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