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Items filtered by date: March 2015

An Imperious Performance From BC And HSS

We had expected a truly sterling performance from both Bishop’s College and Hillsborough Secondary School at the intercollegiate games but little did we know that the athletes themselves had a greater surprise in store when they delivered a phenomenal super human performance at the meet’s golden jubilee event last week.

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Progress Park To Upgrade

  • Published in Sports

A special Committee will soon be formed to consider the upgrading of Progress Park in St. Andrew. 

This was announced by Minister of Sports – Hon. Emmalin Pierre during remarks at the official opening ceremony for Inter-Col 2015 at Progress Park last week Wednesday. The Hon. Minister made the announcement within the context of Progress Park’s hosting the Games for the very first time it was held outside of St. George’s. The impression created then was that Inter-Col could be held there again. 

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GRENADA CARIFTA 2015 TEAM

  • Published in Sports

Grenada’s 2015 CARIFTA team has departed Grenada to represent their country in this year’s Regional matches.

The Ministry of Youth, Sports, and Religious Affairs, the Grenada Athletics Association (GAA) and the Grenada Amateur Swimming Association (GASA) had held a joint press conference in relation to Grenada’s participation in the Championship. 

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A Naysayer Or A Concerned Citizen?

Robert A. Dahl once said, “ironically, the very fact that democracy has such a lengthy history has actually contributed to confusion and disagreement, for ‘democracy’ has meant different things to different people at different times and places.

Sometimes we seem to get the lines blurred regarding a critic, a naysayer, a doubting Thomas and a genuinely concerned person.

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Results No Surprise

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There were no big surprises in terms of results for Inter-Col 2015. 

The Grenada Boys’ Secondary School (GBSS) power-house athletes were widely expected to defend their title and they did so in the most convincing fashion. Weeks before the great day their coach said, “The other schools go to compete but we go to win.” The writing was on the wall from last year and it was difficult to see any other school dethroning them. Yet, they didn’t have to be so brutal; 440 points, leading the second-placed St. Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School (SAASS) by nearly 150, who in turn led the third-placed Bishop’s College (BC) by a wider margin of over 175 points. 

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Be A Responsible Digital Citizen

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The Anglican High School (AHS) Young Leaders in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Development took on an excellent initiative on March 20th, by staging a walk through the streets of St. George to raise awareness of the dangers of digital citizenship. 

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NO BAIL FOR BRAVEBOY

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Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill has denied bail for Arthur Braveboy the son of a former police inspector who is back in the hands of the police on a multiplicity of charges including attempted non-capital murder and possession of a firearm.

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