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Items filtered by date: October 2015

63 Year-Old British National Slapped With DRUG CHARGES

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A sixty-three year old Grenadian Born British national, nabbed at the Maurice Bishop International Airport last Monday moments before he boarded a flight back to London, on cocaine related charges, has been placed on bail in the sum of four hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

 Magistrate Taheria Gellineau, operating out of the Number two Magistrate’s Court in St Georges last Friday, had the sixty-three year-old Alister Wiggins placed on bail after a lengthy debate between defense council Ruggles Ferguson and police prosecutor acting on behalf of the state, surrounding the issue of bail.


Two Grenadian Girls Jointly Charged In Busted Guyanese DRUG RING

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Two Grenadian women from the fishing town of Gouyave in St John’s; ages 18 and 19 are among a group of Guyanese nationals charged in last weekend’s police crackdown on a major drug operation within the island’s capital city; resulting in the seizure of 4 kilos of cocaine, arms, ammunition and a quantity of equipment believed to be used in the processing of the band drug cocaine.



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A number of top sports administrators and officials are being investigated by the US Embassy in Grenada and Barbados for an alleged Visa application scam.

According to confirmed reports from both Embassies at least five people are being investigated following what they say were irregularities uncovered during some visa application processes.


Vendors clear the streets of Grenville but vagrants coming back

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Police in Grenville recently made some inroads in the removal of vendors from the streets of Grenville; a situation which as far as they are concerned continues to work thus making it safer for pedestrians and to co-inside with that gesture was the building and occupancy of the modernize Grenville market square, car park and vendors mall. 


Afy Fetcher named in West Indies ODI Team

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Grenadian female cricket sensation Afy Fletcher has been included on the West Indies team now playing Pakistan in a four match one day home series, which got on the way on Tuesday at the Beasejour Playing Field in St Lucia.  

 Fletcher, who last represented the West Indies during the Caribbean Ladies tour to Sir Lanka in May of this year, was named by the Selection Panel of the West Indies Cricket Board as a member of that team during a major announcement in Antigua on Saturday.



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An unhappy FLOW customer staged a one-man protest on Monday at the front on the company building; with plaque cards attached to his body, voicing his unhappy concerns over services rendered to himself and the many citizens of Grenada.

Mr. Kem Jones, a concerned and unhappy citizen of Grenada also a customer of FLOW, in an interview with the Grenada Informer Newspaper, stated that he is protesting the fact that FLOW is doing certain things that he believes; in most cases are illegal. He opined that the National Telecommunication and Regulatory Commission (NTRC) is doing nothing to address customers concerns with the company.


When Better Can’t Be Done Let Worst Continue

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Customers continue to plead their cause to Columbus Communication (FLOW).  Disgruntled customers of the well known business place are complaining on a daily and monthly basis about a late fee that is added to customers’ bills on the 1st of every month, once their bill is unpaid.

 Columbus Communications also known as (FLOW) is the talk of the town with disgruntled customers constantly complaining about their monthly billing. 


Eye Clinic At General Hospital Refurblished

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Nurses, Doctors and out patients are now more comfortable in their new facility to continue rendering and receiving service.

On Monday 12th October the eye clinic was officially reopened to the public at its new location adjacent to the laboratory.  The clinic was previously run from a location next to the pediatric ward.


New Technical And Administrative Building At The GBSS

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A new technical block and administrative building have been added to the Grenada Boys Secondary School. An official handing over ceremony was held at the school’s auditorium last week Tuesday.

 Principal Mr. Phillip Thomas in his address said that it is another moment of celebration for the Grenada Boys Secondary School. He recalled in 1993 a large portion of the school was destroyed by fire; and in 2015 the administration blocks and general offices were placed at several temporary locations.

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