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One Villager Injured in Mount Toute Shooting

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Changing the Game - In the Limes

Changing the Game - In the Limes

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New Port On Schedule in Carriacou

New Port On Schedule in Carriacou

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4 Grenadian U15 cricketers off to Windward Islands duties

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GMC Test & Tune Event Honours Nigel Cadoo

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Items filtered by date: July 2015

MCBURNIE SPEAKS: 485 Years Left

The prophecies of Daniel have spanned some two thousand five hundred years to the present. Therefore there are four hundred and eighty-five years of the prophecies left for the world powers of Babylon, to Rome, to the United States today. 

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Worry Over Carnival Continues

For thousands of Grenadians, carnival is their most looked forward to time of year and this has been so for eons.

They relish the opportunity, just as much as other Caribbean people, to throw their cares to the wind and for a few days, unwind and revel and relax.

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Senior Police Officer CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH LICENCE RACKET

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He was once hailed as one of the most respected traffic police officers on the island, elevated to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) in 2008 for his commitment to duty. Today the table has turned, and the senior ranked officer has been slapped with six counts of criminal charges for alleged violation of the laws he had sworn to protect.

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Pearls Man Dies After SEVERE BEATING

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Family members and relatives are in dismay and are attempting to control their anger, over what they describe as the brutal and disturbing death of one of their relatives - Lawson John -commonly known around the Town of Grenville as Johnny.

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SARGASSUM HALTING FISHERMEN

The Sargassum has been making its presence felt in a negative and annoying way to fishermen of Windward. 

On Saturday several fishing boat owners were kept in port as their boats were reined in by a thick cluster of the material.  

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Mother seeking Justice for Her Son

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A St. George’s woman is seeking justice for her son, after he was badly beaten by police. 

Ulyn Bain, a resident of Hope Vale St. Pauls, said her son Prince Bain was brutalized by police officers attached to the St. Pauls Police Station.

The Grenada Informer, in an interview with Prince Bain on Monday 20th July, learned that it was a Sunday morning in December 2014 when he was awakened by his mother to inform him that the police had come to him. He said he immediately got up and went out to see the police. 

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