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Items filtered by date: November 2014

17 YEAR OLD CHARGED WITH GRANNY’S MURDER

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As family members of an eighty- four- year- old Birchgrove St. Andrew woman who was discovered dead in a pool of blood at her home last Wednesday, continue to make funeral arrangements, another relative identified as the grandson of the deceased is on remand at Her Majesty’s Prison after making his first court appearance.

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BC Glitters With Grenlec Debate Shield

As a specially chartered flight was spotted coming from the western side into the Lauristan Airport carrying the victorious debaters, the celebration immediately touched the skies, as Bishop’s College created history by becoming the first institution to ensure that the GRENLEC National Secondary School debating trophy crossed the seas and will be resting on the sister isles of Carriacou and Petite Martinique for at least the next year.

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Hesron Marrast jailed for fifteen months

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Ninety nine days for the thief one day for the watchman; the words of  Benedict Matthew a farmer who has been suffering at the hands of a thief as he continued to lose thousands of dollars’ worth of crops. He expects this will stop now that the person he suspects as the culprit is behind bars.

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Stolen Engine Found In Road Culvert

Not often a fisherman discovers his boat and engine missing and recovers it hours later in different locations.

Well Royston Weeks can relate to this scenario with much mixed emotions in his voice.  The Carriacou fisherman who resides in Union Island went on the Esplanade in Hillsborough on Thursday morning only to find his 17 foot open boat with 40 Horsepower Yamaha engine missing.

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German Travel Writers To Promote Sister Isles

The under promoted unique cultural and traditional features which form the basis on which the islands of Carriacou and Petite Martinique have widely been regarded as unspoilt and pristine to those in the know--- is now on the threshold of gaining some prominent international exposure.

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