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Rootsman Kelly takes his first Calypso Monarch Title

Rootsman Kelly takes his first Caly…

After stamping his author...

Helen Marie and a Associates wins King and Queen of the band

Helen Marie and a Associates wins K…

Helen Marie and a Associa...

Soca Monarch Title #4 for Boyzie

Soca Monarch Title #4 for Boyzie

“The competition was stif...

Dash Retains Groovy Monarch title

Dash Retains Groovy Monarch title

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CARNIVAL QUEEN CROWN GOES TO ST. DAVID’S

CARNIVAL QUEEN CROWN GOES TO ST. DA…

Despite being the younges...

ACCIDENT IN BELVEDERE INJURES ONE CHILD

ACCIDENT IN BELVEDERE INJURES ONE C…

A loud bang early last we...

Over $12,000.00 Raised At Ccef Event

Over $12,000.00 Raised At Ccef Even…

The Carriacou Children Ed...

Vouchers For Better Education Handed Out

Vouchers For Better Education Hande…

Several needy families ac...

C-PAC Provides Enormous Support To PRH

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The Princess Royal Hospit...

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Items filtered by date: July 2015

York House Abandoned

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The famous St. George’s ridge; stretching from Fort George up to Old Fort, contains the nation’s most historic buildings with their fine Georgian architecture but hurricane Ivan damaged all of them. The government adopted the slogan “Building Back Better” as most Grenadians sought to rebuild their homes. The only building on that picturesque ridge to be rebuilt is the Catholic Cathedral while the Anglican and Presbyterian Churches are making slow progress. 

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SDCSS Repairs On

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It was a very pleasant atmosphere with smiles and sighs of relief at a brief ceremony last Monday at the St. David’s Catholic Secondary School (SDCSS) to officially signal the commencement of refurbishment on the building.

Students in uniform, teachers, Parent/Teachers’ Association (PTA) representatives, high level Ministry of Education officials, Church Board officials and Engineers  were among the nearly 50 people who assembled to celebrate the occasion.

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SVG ladies make clean sweep in three-match series

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St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) women cricketers, on Sunday perfected a three match whitewash over Grenada in a Southern Windward Island showdown at the Grenada National Stadium; aimed at selecting the best fourteen female cricketers to represent Southern Windward in the upcoming West Indies Women Cricket Tournament scheduled for August this year.

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Stewart Hands Windward Islands First Golden Wear

The West Indies selection panel has begun placing hawk-eyes on young Emmanuel Stewart who became the first captain to guide the Windward Islands to the Regional under 17 Tournament.

The talented and highly gifted young man returned home last week Wednesday from Tobago, where his astute captaincy ensured that the four Windward Islands can now glitter with the converted trophy.

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GUT Credit Union Opens New Doors

While several financial institutions are crumbling under the harsh economic times, the Grenada Union of Teachers Credit Union has demonstrated that they remain fiscally viable by enhancing the delivery of services to its customers on the sister isles of Carriacou.

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US Charge’ d Affaires says farewell

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Three years after taking up his position as head of the United States Embassy in Grenada, Louis Crishock’s stint as Charge’d’ Affaires has come to an end and in his final engagement with members of the media at the embassy on Thursday; one day before leaving the island, he said he wants to be remembered as someone who was a friend to the Grenadian people, interested in what is best for them and worked towards advancing the U.S. / Grenada relationship.

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Corruption Has Taken Enough Already

It seem that the issue of corruption has again begun to raise its head in a serious way in Grenada but apparently this time more persons are approaching it from an academic position; analyzing causes and national effects, rather than simply using it as an accusatory tool against political opponents.

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