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More Scholarships for Grenada’s Doctors

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Four Grenadian doctors have been presented with the opportunity to specialize through the provision of scholarships to the Republic of Cuba.

The fortunate medical professionals who will have the opportunity to take their careers and practices to another level are: Dr. Catherine Alisha Marcela Bubb from St. George’s, Dr. Ruby Cecelia Gertrude Granger from St. Andrew’s, Dr. Godwin Leslie Coy from St. John’s and Dr. Cleve Yonni Ndongo Matamba Belfon from St. George’s.



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The number of complaints about the treatment patients suffer at the General Hospital has been skyrocketing in recent times and Grenadians are also alarmed at the rate and age of people dying there daily.

Many people are speaking in their quarters; to family and friends, sharing their individual stories but calls for a national approach to our health crisis continue to fall on deaf ears.


Custom Broker on $20,000.00 Bail for Fraud Charges

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Well-known customs broker from the village of David in St Patrick’s has been placed on twenty thousand dollars bail with two sureties on fraud related charges.

 According to information reaching the Grenada Informer Frankly Denis Roberts, a man known for his professional demeanor as a custom broker was taken into custody last Wednesday and subsequently charged in connection with Fraudulent Breach of Trust, a charge that purports to link him with the disappearance of just over thirteen thousand dollars allegedly paid by a customer to clear a vehicle on the St. George’s Port.  


Jamaican Born Canadian National Denied Bail

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A Jamaican born Canadian National has been remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison on drug related charges.

 Steve Miller who has been in Grenada since August was remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison last Thursday by Chief Magistrate Tamera Gill on charges of possession and trafficking of a controlled Drug.


US reaches out to RGPF Again

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The United States Government through its Embassy in Grenada has once again reached out to the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) providing mobile assistance towards the fight against crime.

Last Friday, Caribbean Attaché for US Drug Enforcement Administration Timothy William handed over the keys to a brand new pickup to Assistant Commissioner of Police Michael Francois during a short ceremony on Fort George, to help the RGPG in its fight against crime on the island.


Fleary Tenders Resignation

Randolph Fleary has officially tendered his resignation as Chairman of the Carriacou Carnival Committee.

Fleary told Informer’s Inside Carriacou and Petite Martinique last week that he had already conveyed his decision to the secretary of the committee.

His resignation comes at a crucial time, as it’s the period over the years when the committee is deep into planning for the official opening and fine tuning logistics for the pre-lenten festival.

It now means that the committee would have to hastily arrange the Annual General Meeting to elect a new executive.  The current deputy chairman is, Enoch Bartholomew.  

Carnival 2016 would be held on February 8th and 9th.



Tyrell Bay Eyesore Erased

A large eyesore steel structure, which has been defacing the pristine beauty of the popular Tyrell Bay beach, has finally been removed.

On Saturday, the Carriacou Development Corporation (Tyrell Bay Marina), volunteered to use one of its heavy duty machines to remove a large tank, which was lying idle by on the picturesque white sand.  The operation brought traffic to a halt for a period of time as the large object was demolished and finally taken away.

The process attracted an assortment of appreciative comments from residents, tourists and passersby, who termed the exercise as one which was long overdue.

“This was looking so unsightly especially for a beach like Tyrell Bay, which is the home of the island’s tourism belt” said a business operator in the community.

The item was lying some 500 meters south of the community’s main jetty.


Arrangements Made To Replace Cuban Gynecologist

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The Ministry of Health has announced arrangements to effectively manage rescheduling and follow-up appointments occasioned by the unforeseen recall of Cuban Gynecologist Dr. Moises Lopez late last week.

According to a Government Information Service release referring to the ministry’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. George Mitchell, arrangements are being made for antenatal patients who were being seen by Dr. Lopez for admission to be seen by the On-Call Consultant at the General Hospital.


Donate IT, Mod One’s way of giving back to the community

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A well establish biblical quote says” Where there is no vision the people perish”. Although this quote is often overused and sometimes misused, one I T Company in Grenada seems to have gotten it right, devising their own community project by simply collecting and repairing, abandoned IT equipment to be donated back into the community. 

 Chief Executive Officer of Mod One and the brain behind the project, Christian Chu Fook, was interviewed by the media at the company’s head office in Launce Aux Expines last Wednesday. He said the project was conceived having noticed the large amount of IT equipment that is abandoned by business companies annually, who could have chosen to upgrade or simply chose not to repair old pieces of equipment.


Memorable Magical Display By The Chinese

It was a brilliant, mystifying and memorable display of culture as the Chinese Anhui Art Troupe took its talent to the Heritage Village in Belair last Friday night as part of its Caribbean tour.

Performing in front a large crowd, the group delivered a variety of displays, which were all well received by the audience.  The skill of the performers sent shock waves through the audience who were mystified by some of the performances.

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