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Items filtered by date: September 2015


The National Democratic Congress (NDC) caretaker for the twin isles constituency, Tevin Andrew staged a one man protest condemning the state of health care on the sister isles of Carriacou through the streets of Hillsborough on Friday.



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Batch one and two of the New Imani Programme graduated on September 17 at the Grenada National Stadium but graduates are still confused about what really took place at the ceremony. 

The Grenada Informer, speaking to one of the graduates from the Parish of St John’s, explained that it was the worst graduation she had ever been to. She said that they were instructed to get to the stadium by 1:00pm to collect graduation kits but up to now no graduation kits have been collected. 


Grand Send-off for Imani Trainees

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After being part of the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Religious Affairs New Imani Programme for the past two years, over one thousand trainees were part of a grand send off graduation ceremony at the Grenada National Stadium last Thursday.

 Minister of Youth, Sports and Religious Affairs Emmalin Pierre congratulated the trainees mentioning that two years ago when the New National Party administration assumed office, it reviewed the old Imani programme. The intention she noted was to create the enabling conditions for young people to play a bigger role in their development and in the sustainable national development.


Clouden urges the OECS Bar to speak out against the detention of lawyers in China

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One of Grenada’s leading international rights lawyers and member of the London based Human Right group, the Death Penalty Project, has lent his voice to the growing number of international organizations calling for the release of some one hundred and twenty human rights lawyers presently detained in China without charge and called on the OECS Bar Association and the Grenada Bar Association to join the fight in the interest of free speech.


Grenlec Launches All-Electric Vehicle Pilot

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Grenlec, supported by the Government of Grenada, is launching Grenada’s first electric vehicle (EV) pilot programme. This project is in support of Grenada’s energy efficiency and environmental stewardship goals. The pilot is designed to test the energy efficiency, range, cost savings, road performance and environmental benefits of EVs compared to conventional, internal-combustion engine cars currently in use.


Republic Bank Right Start Cup Youth Football Tournament starts Thursday Oct. 01st

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The 2015 Republic Bank Right Start Cup Youth Football Tournament kicks of this Thursday October 1 at the Roy St. John’s Playing Field in St George’s, with two of the top schools on the island expected to face each other in the opening game. 

  Coordinator of the tournament Findley Fletcher, addressing members of the media, sponsors and ministry officials during a media launch at the Ministry of Works last Friday, said the highlight of Thursday’s opening would be a clash between defending under 21 Boys Champion Happy Hill Secondary School (HHSS) and a former champion the Grenada Boys Secondary School (GBSS).


Andrews Elected To Head CFA

This island’s most industrious entrepreneur has been handed the mantle of leading the Carriacou Farmers Association (CFA) on the speedway of success.

Jashaka Andrew who owns and operates the rapidly growing, Royal Apiary Local Honey Industries, was unanimously elected to the post at a recently convened general meeting of the Carriacou Farmers Association.  He takes over from Randolph Fleary who was elected vice president.


Early Christmas For Crown Land Recipients

It’s shaping to be a good Christmas for persons who were long awaiting the delivery of crown lands in the Belair community.

According to a well placed source the lots have already been divided and are now awaiting the official hand over.   There are about 70 parcels of land to be distributed in the area.


PETERS PIECE: The Power of the Lie

Human beings seem to take pleasure in lying to each other. In fact for some people lying has become so natural that their brain has ceased to make the distinction between a lie and the truth; so much so that when they lie now they somehow believe that they are telling the truth.

The stranger thing is that people seem to, in some way, like being lied to despite all their protestations.

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