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Items filtered by date: April 2015

Grim Statistics In Education

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Minister of Education and Human Resources – Hon. Anthony Boatswain said in Parliament last week Friday that the regularization of the temporary teachers within the system is still a concern. He said in part that there are approximately 500 temporary teachers within the system, just about 200 vacant positions to be filled as a result of teachers retiring, and almost 100 from the 500 do not have the basic qualification to be teachers, based on the Education Act. 

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NDC’S ELECTION WATCH, DECISION DAY!!!

Thursday April 30th will turn a significant page in the political history books of the Carriacou and Petite Martinique chapter of the National Democratic Congress as the executive and membership of the party makes a crucial decision in electing a caretaker to propel the aims and aspiration of the party towards the next elections.

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SAASS Celebrating 70

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The St. Andrew’s Anglican Secondary School (SAASS) in Grenville is observing celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the institution. 

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United Approach To Environment

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Grenada needs to adopt a holistic approach to environmental awareness. For far too long the modus operandi towards environmental awareness and clean-up programmes has seemed to be like the right hand not knowing what the left hand is doing; or perhaps they do but they are not appreciating the need to unite for a common purpose. 

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GOOD NEWS FOR TENNIS

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The final phase of the Tanteen Tennis Courts’ refurbishment and resurfacing project was completed late Saturday night as project manager Craig Russell of Richard Russell Pro Shops Jamaica and his assistants put the final touches to the courts at approximately 11 p.m. 

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Low Income housing for Carriacou on the Way

Minister of Labor, Legal Affairs, Carriacou, Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government, Elvin Nimrod and Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Grenada, H.E. Ou Boqian led a feasibility study group from China, to the proposed low income housing site at Dumfries on the sister-isle of Carriacou.

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Adams Advancing Andrew

“I’ve already warned Fleary (Randolph) to expect a rough ride at the elections for a caretaker next week Thursday as I would be voting positively for young Tevin Andrew whom I’m confident would one day emerge as the Parliamentary Representative for Carriacou and Petite Martinique.”

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