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Items filtered by date: March 2017

Patient Attacked At General Hospital

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A male farmer from the village of Beaulieu in St. George’s slapped with multiple criminal offenses; including attempted murder following a near fatal attack at the casualty department of the General Hospital on Saturday, has been remanded to the Richmond Hill Prison.

Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill remanded Shane Brown, who is no stranger to the court, to the Richmond Hill Prison on Tuesday, as he made his first appearance at the St Georges Magistrate Court on charges of Wounding, Damage to Property and Attempted Murder.

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Belmont Resident on 19 Counts of Sex Related Offences

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A forty-three year-old Belmont resident slapped with nineteen counts of sex related offenses has been denied bail.

Accused Earnest Blackman, a mechanic by profession, slapped with nineteen counts of indecent assault following his arrest last week, had his freedom curtailed as chief Magistrate Tamara Gill presiding at the St George’s Number One Magistrate Court, turned down an application for bail made on his behalf by defense counsel Peter David.

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La Mode Resident Slapped with CONSPIRACY CHARGES

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A forty year-old man from the village of La Mode in St George’s, slapped with two drug related charges linking him to a three hundred thousand dollar drug bust at sea earlier this month has been granted bail. 

Seventy-five thousand dollars, two sureties, bail was posted for accused man Michael James by Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill at the St George’s Number One Magistrate Court on Monday after he appeared in court for the second time on charges of conspiracy to import and conspiracy to traffic a controlled drug. 

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Lifeless Body fished out of river

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Law enforcement officers in Grenada are treating as a homicide, the death of a sixty year-old man from the village of River Road in George’s whose body was fished out of the St John’s River early Sunday morning.

According to information reaching the Grenada Informer the body, later identified by villagers to be that of River Road resident George Thomas Alias “Spragele” was discovered by a villager just before 6am on Sunday, with a wound to the head.  When discovered, Thomas wore no shoes and was lying face down in the river.

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Jailed for Six Months for Stealing Plantain

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A St Andrew’s man was sentenced to six months in jail for stealing two bunches of plantain. When caught with the produce in his possession, he couldn’t give a reasonable explanation of how he came by them. 

Ashford Gully of Winsor pleaded guilty to the offense when he appeared before the Grenville Magistrate court last Monday.

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NNP Shows Force

As the elections bell could be rung at any minute now, the New National Party has demonstrated that they still command a sizeable amount of support. Judging from the facial expression of Member of Parliament for Carriacou and Petite Martinique Elvin Nimrod as he embarked for for the trip to Sunday’s convention, he is ready and so too are his supporters.

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Mc Donald’s College Junior Achievers Aim High

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Coming out at the top of the 2017 Junior Achievement competition is not the only goal for the students at the Mc Donald College but they also intend to take full advantage of all the life lessons that come with managing their company. 

Their company, Imprints, operating under the motto Splash of Imagination, has already placed its stamp on the marketplace of Grenada but they warn that they have only just started and with the support of the business sector and the general community, their product will occupy a prominent place in every corner of the island.

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SDCSS Makes It Four

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Amidst much pomp and style; posturing and showboating, defending champions, St. David’s Catholic Secondary School retained the Peter Phillip National Secondary School Drum Corps title.

The Grenada National Stadium erupted in cheers and excitement on Tuesday, as seven secondary schools strutted their talent and musical skill.

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Mc Donald’s College wins Again

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Mc Donald’s College retained the title, as old records were thrown out and new ones set at this year’s annual Western Secondary Schools track and field sports meet, held at the Cuthbert Peters Park in Gouyave, St. John’s on Wednesday 22nd March. 

Six schools fielded athletes in the quest for gold; glory and bragging rights in a contest that featured some keen rivalry and competitive fervor. St. Rose Modern Secondary, Mc Donald’s College, Happy Hill Secondary, Grenada SDA Comprehensive, St. Mark’s Secondary and St. John’s Christian Secondary all fancied their chances but at the end of it all Mc Donald’s College lifted the championship trophy for another year.

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Encouragement Delivered At Feet Of Two Athletes

Although they were unable to run their school to victory at the recently held Inter-Parish games , two students of the Mt Pleasant Government school who are now  on the sister isles Parish team for the National competition later this month , have received an incentive which would push them to excel even more.

Last during the school’s Assemble Jasper Griffith handed over  monetary rewards and a  challenge to Randy  Jones and Kelis Andrew  on behalf of Himself and Kimberlain “Kim-D King “ Mills . 

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