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Items filtered by date: October 2015

Dead Body discovered IN VICTORIA PARK

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The lifeless body of a Harford Village man identified as Christopher alias Bakes; was discovered in the Victoria Park in Grenville last Thursday.

The cause of death is still unknown as the autopsy is yet to be disclosed. 

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The Birchgrove Centre Fiasco; was cabinet misled?

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A recent Cabinet decision approving the appointment of eight people to serve as management of the Birchgrove Community Centre, has sparked serious concern among members of the community but more so members of the group that presently manage the affairs of the Community.  Many question what they call the high handed approach taken by Government in dealing with the matter and whether Cabinet was acting in isolation.

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Shortpree Lends Voice To Carnival Concerns

Another Prominent artist has added his voice to the growing concerns over the silence which is currently decelerating plans for the 2016 Prelenten Carnival season.

ShortPree (Fimber Andrew) a former road march title holder here says that its time that the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs break the silence by informing  residents  on what would be happening for Next Year’s celebrations.

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“Saints In The Sun” Festival Ready To Shine

The excitement is building to a crescendo as plans are being finalized for the inaugural hosting of the –Saints in the sun—festival and the launch of this Country’s Diaspora in the United Kingdom.

Currently both Founders and chief organizers, Root Jackson and Jean Simon are on the island ensuring that the logistics are in place for a memorable event, come Saturday October 31st at the Heritage village in Belair.  

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Venezuela’s leader wants economic zone

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Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro, who visited Grenada last weekend, is advocating the setting up of an economic zone for the Caribbean and Latin American.

President Maduro says the economic zone should be part of a production and economic plan aimed at curbing the region’s high import bill.

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Clouden Wants New Approach - Eight Lawyers Admitted To Practice

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Eight Grenadian law students have been given the green light to practice law in the State of Grenada having met the entire requirements as laid out by the relevant authority.

The eight, Rena Bandfield, Desiree Douglas, Joshau John, Celine Edwards, Sasha Courtney, Lorrine Griffith, Olabisi Clouden and Jonathan Charles; were called to the Bar last Friday during a special ceremony held at the number one Supreme Court in St George’s. 

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HGS Lifts Enviromental Education

Students of the Hillsborough Government School (HGS) are now more conscious of the need to protect the environment.

Through a United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Project the students with powerfully word placards and chants marched through the streets of Hillsborough last week Friday, to heighten the education of a cleanly environment.  

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PM Shipwright Delivers Tyrell Bay Rarity

After about two decades, it is currently taking a shipwright and boat owner from Petite Martinique to deliver the art of boat building to the Tyrell bay Community.

A beautiful frame structure of sixty feet (60 feet) is now under construction at the yard of the Carriacou Marine.  The boat which is owned by Petite Martiniquian, Gerard Bethel, has begun attracting the attention of the several persons due to the area in which it is being built.  Mr. Bethel, together with his son Clint, are busy at work investing their skill into ensuring that the boat is ready for the water by the first one third of the new year. 

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