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St. Andrews Anglican Primary vows to take action

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Man Arrested at the Grenville Vendors Mall

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Calypsonian Tangler Passes On

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Items filtered by date: December 2014

MURDER CHARGES DROPPED Two St. Andrew’s Men Walk Free

  • Published in News

Two men jointly charged with three others in the June 22nd 2013 murder of 54 year old Leroy Alexander, outside the Fry Pan night club in Lafillette, walked free as the charges against them were dropped when the five made another court appearance at the Grenville Magistrate’s Court last Wednesday.

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MAJOR FUNERAL BLUNDER NOT REPEATED

The Top Brass of the Royal Grenada Police Force did grasp the opportunity at the late Senator Jester Emmon’s official funeral to make right an embarrassing error, which occurred at the former Parliamentary Representative, Michael Caesar’s funeral back in June this year.

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THE BIG GREEN FENCE

  • Published in News

An extensive green wire fence erected almost overnight in the Grand Anse community has raised some eyebrows and some tempers of residents.

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Grenadian Umpire honored by WICBC

  • Published in Sports

The Windward Island Cricket Board of control (WICBC)’s Umpires Association last week paid homage to retired Grenada Cricket Umpire Glenroy Johnson for yeoman service to the game of cricket.

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Government Ministers Sworn Into Their New Positions

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Four Government Ministers, affected by Prime Minister Dr. Hon. Keith Mitchell’s recent Cabinet reshuffle have been sworn in to their new positions, and presented with their instruments of appointment by Governor General Her Excellency Dame Cecile La Grenade.

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DEVON SMITH RECALLED

  • Published in Sports

Grenada and Windward island left hand opening batsman Devon Smith Leading run scorer in the ongoing West Indies Professional League Regional 4 Day Cricket Tournament has been called up by the West Indies Selectors as a replacement for Christopher Gayle in the West Indies Test Squad to South Africa later this month.

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