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Limited Produce, Fewer People But Plenty Talk

A marked reduction in the numbers compared to previous years, World Food Day celebration on Sunday suffered from what has been a fluctuating season and sandwiched between a half and full day strike by members of the Public Workers Union.

There was a display of a limited quantity of fruits and vegetables. The sparseness of the corn on display was very noticeable as they continue to suffer from a disease. The agro-processors came out in their numbers with some very creative products, which were well received by the smaller than usual crowd at the exercise.  There was also a creative display of foods and agro-processing items from the sister isle of Petite Martinique.

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FAMILY ON RED ALERT - For Fear of Ball Injury

The alarm has been raised by at least one family that goes into fear and panic mode whenever there is a ball game at the Hillsborough Recreation Ground, especially when the game is cricket.

Mr and Mrs Willie Simon who reside on the opposite side of the field on Paterson Street say that their numerous requests for better protection of the property have consistently fallen on deaf ears. 

 Both are ardent supporters of sport and love to see young people utilize their energies in a meaningful way such as in sporting activities.

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SLOW START BUT PARANG COMING

Organizers of the annual Parang String Band Festival are now busily putting structures in place for the hosting of this year’s 40th anniversary of the celebration.

By this time in previous years, the festival would have been quite advanced with bands already aware of what is expected of them and members of the public given an insight into what is in store for them.

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