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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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Government Cannot Give To One Set Of Workers Says Prime Minister

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Items filtered by date: August 2015

PETERS PIECE: Some Good, Some Bad

I have a special admiration for persons who are skilled with their hands. Unfortunately I was never able to learn any handy skill but I look upon those who did with admiration and a little bit of envy.

As a little boy I remember looking at the roadside mechanics that broken down motorists would bring on site to solve the problem of their ailing automobile and regard them as absolutely wizards. You take a furtive peek into the engine area and you see this tangled and confusing maze of wires, screws, bolts and unrecognizable thingamabob and you wonder how he could possibly know what he is doing.

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Restructuring the Carnival Product

With the exception of a few obscenities, this year’s carnival saw a general rise in the standard of songs pertaining to groovy soca, power soca and traditional calypsos; an improvement in the quality of calypso queen contestants; and an improvement in the number and quality of the presentations of mas bands. 

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Decompression Illness (The Bends) Need for Hyperbaric Chamber

Over the years, several Grenadian divers from the Calliste and Woburn areas and in general people who dive for a living have died or became paralyzed or disabled after contracting the Bends or decompression illness(DCI). Many of them have put their lives in jeopardy while diving for lambie, lobsters and seamoss at depths greater than 33 feet and have developed the illness by going back up to the surface too quickly. 

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Imani Supervisor accused of SEXUAL HARASSMENT

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A disgruntled imani trainee is accusing her supervisor of failing to come to her assistance when called upon to intervene in a matter of what she dubbed unfair dismissal, because she refused to agree to sexual favors requested of her by the supervisor.

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GFA clears the air on FIFA’s sanctions against Grenada’s Senior Head Coach

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The Grenada Football Association, GFA, has decided to clear the air on recent developments within the camp of the national football team now finalizing preparations for a World Cup qualifier against Haiti schedule for September 4th, 2015 in Grenada.  The substantive issue surrounds a recent ban and fine imposed by FIFA on the team head coach Anthony Modeste.

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Teacher on Rape Charge

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A national cricketer and primary school teacher has been slapped with a rape charge after allegedly forcing himself on a young woman in his car late last week.

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