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Items filtered by date: September 2015

BC Graduates Bestowed Powerful Wings To Fly

The mould for enhancing growing success has been presented to the 50 graduates of Bishop’s College, who have already begun spreading their wings to embrace the diverse challenges which currently confront life in several fields of endeavor.

In delivering the feature address at last week’s Thursday  ceremony, Pastor Bernard Lyons of the Seventh Day Adventist church told the graduates that they are about to face a growing competitive world where only those with the right acumen to succeed would prevail to the top.

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Beware Cats In Mice Clothing

A man often meets his destiny on the road he takes to avoid it.

A certain cat knows there is a colony of mice living somewhere in the bushes where he lived and he has spent a long time plotting how to take over that colony and establish himself as the lord and master.

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Pope Francis In The US

When the archbishop of Buenos Aires – Jorge Mario Cardinal Bergoglio left for the conclave in March 2013, he never thought that he would have been the one to be elected as Pope Francis. As archbishop of Buenos Aries he frequently rode the trains and buses and was regularly with the poor and homeless in the slums; often filling in for priests on vacation, not travelling frequently outside of the diocese and that was probably why he was little known and an unlikely successor to Pope Benedict XVI. 

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HUBBLE BRIDGE COLLAPSES

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The Hubble Bridge a critical access point between the town of Gouyave and many villages in more recent times, the main entry to St John’s Anglican School from Gouyave, collapsed in broad day light on Monday.

According to residents in the area, the bridge, which was closed to vehicular traffic for the second time only months ago due to serious structural damage, simply went into the river beneath causing minor injuries to one of two young boys who were on the bridge at the time.

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Drugs Confiscated at Richmond Hill Prison

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More than 25 lbs of marijuana were destroyed at Her Majesty’s Prisons recently.

The controlled drug was found during the normal clean up of the surrounding areas over a 10-month period as well as confiscated from several inmates. 

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Concerns over the dwindling number of criminal lawyers in Court

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Chief Justice of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court Honourable Madam Justice Dame Janice Pereira has issued a clarion call to practicing attorneys in Grenada and the Eastern Caribbean to give greater attention to criminal practice. Attorneys, she noted, must be mindful of their wider social responsibility of upholding and promoting the rule of law, and not flinch from this responsibility.

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Hold someone accountable for Alston George Park

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November 19th 2015 less than two month away, would mark one year since the commencement of remedial work to upgrade Alston George Park in Victoria St. Mark’s; a project former Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Sports Veda Bruno Victor said would have been completed within three months.

Nine months later, the people of St. Mark’s are basically left in limbo, the contractors failed to deliver on their promise, and the authorities including those responsible for offering the early completion dates seem to have reneged on their promise and with it, any definite word on where this project is heading.

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