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Items filtered by date: January 2017

Junior Officers asking for better deal

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POLICE OFFICERS IN GRENADA CONTINUE to hold out for a better deal with government over pay increases.

They are demanding that salaries for police officers within their ranks be increased to the same levels as teachers.


Springs School remains in shock at 7 year-old’s death

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Principal, students and staff of the South St George Government School in Springs in St George’s remain in shock after news broke early Tuesday morning of the death of one of their own, a seven year-old grade two student.

According to information reaching the Grenada Informer the seven year-old red house athlete who goes by the name of Ethan Greenidge died in the arms of his mom early Tuesday morning shortly after complaining of experiencing stomach pains.


No Hope For Imanis

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The Training and Employment Agency billed as HOPE has been ditched in favour of a yet to be decided upon alternative.

The agency, Helping Our People Excel, according to present Minister for Youth, Sport and Religious Affairs is no longer a viable option. The minister said the cost involved in setting up the agency was a daunting factor and helped in coming to the decision.


HUSBAND WALKS FREE - Wife Wants No Further Action

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She was back in court last Monday, up and walking months later, not to give evidence against her husband who was charged with grievous harm against her but to tell the court under oath that she is no longer interested in pursuing the charge against him.

It was a family reunited last Monday on the steps of the Grenville Magistrate Court.


NNP Supporters Rough-up Nimrod

Spitting anger and frustration, supporters of the New National Party reportedly didn’t mince words as they roughed-up Member of Parliament for this twin isle constituency, Elvin Nimrod, in the presence of Political Leader, Dr Keith Mitchell.

They let fly words of rage and annoyance over his disconnect with supporters since the electorate renewed his contract on February 18th, 2013.

In what was said to be a closed door, no-holds-barred meeting, supporters present directly confronted the Member of Parliament on what they say are his deliberately consistent efforts to sideline them and other supporters.


GUT Meets with TAWU and PWU Government Cannot Pay More! Says PM Mitchell

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PRIME MINISTER DR Keith Mitchell has told unions representing public workers that it would be illegal, under the country’s Fiscal Responsibility Legislation to pay what they are asking for as a one-off payment from government.

Government has offered $1000.00 to workers for the preceding years, 2013 to 2016 when a wage freeze was put in place.


Grenadian Emmanuel Stewart hits another milestone

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Grenadian wicketkeeper/batsman Emmanuel Stewart hit another milestone in his cricketing career, when he became the first Grenadian to captain a West Indies team at any level. 

Hailing from the sister isle of Carriacou Stewart, one of two Grenadians who represented the West Indies team in the 2016 ICCU 19 was named captain of the West Indies Under 19 team for their opening game in the 2017 Regional Super 50 against the Windward Island Volcanoes at the Sir Vivian Stadium in Antigua on Wednesday.


Villages in St. Davids now receiving treated water

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A NUMBER OF VILLAGES in St David now have access to treated water for the first time.

This with the opening of the National Water and Sewerage Authority’s $1.8 million- Water Treatment Facility, built approximately 1090 feet above sea-level in Mt Agnes, St. David.

More than one hundred persons who live in the villages Pomme Rose, La Tante, Belle Vue, Requin and surrounding communities in St David are now benefiting from the upgrade.


MWAG Executive Leads By Special Resolution

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THE MEDIA WORKERS ASSOCIATION of Grenada has passed a resolution to allow the body’s executive to continue to operate despite being in breach of provisions in the association’s constitution regarding when elections are due.

At a special meeting called recently to inform members about plans for the annual media awards it was pointed out that the executive was acting without authority, as elections should have been held three months ago.


Pieces of History Found

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A TEAM OF Historians and archeologists have found what they believe is the second Amerindian settlement to be discovered in the Lesser Antilles.

The team, which included a local historian, a professor and students from the Leiden University of the Netherlands and members of the La Poterie community, were involved in the dig at La Poterie, St Andrew, which successfully uncovered signs of the Kalinago village, believed to have been a Carib settlement.

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