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Items filtered by date: August 2015

Dismay over Prison officer’s suspension

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Three weeks after news circulated via the Fearless Weekly on a failed drug operation and breach of security at the Richmond Hill Prison by a convicted murderer, one prison officer has been suspended and Informer learned that his suspension has not gone down well with inmates and other prison officers and protest action may be in the pipeline.


A shot in the arm for students pursuing studies at the TAMCC

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For the first time since opening its doors the TA Marryshow Community College (TAMCC) will as of September 1, 2015 become the first in the OECS region at the community level to offer pre professional courses, the completion of the associate degree where the first two-years of that programme will be done at the TAMCC.

This followed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the T.A. Marryshow Community College and the University of the Southern Caribbean based in Trinidad and Tobago two weeks ago at the college.


Sir Eric Gairy Remembered

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August 23rd 2015 marked 18 years since the death of the late Sir Eric Matthew Gairy, former Prime Minister of the state of Grenada from 1972-1979. He was born on 18th February 1922 and died on 23rd August 1997.

Executive members and supporters of the Grenada United Labor Party turned out to a wreath ceremony at the graveside on Sunday August 23rd at 4:00 pm. Archbishop John Noel and his congregation; “Children of the Light INTERNATIONAL Arch Diocese” conducted the short but impressive ceremony.


Prime Minister Mitchell: Media Practioners must not allow themselves to the used by anyone

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“Media practioners must not allow themselves to the used by anyone, including governments, businesses, oppositions, or sporting organizations; your role must always stand the test of time.” 

Those were words from keynote speaker, Prime Minister and Minister of Information, Dr. Keith Mitchell, as he addressed delegates and officials at the official opening of the 46th Annual General Assembly of the Caribbean Broadcasting Union, (CBU) on Monday at the Grenadian by Rex Resort. 



The St. Vincent and Grenada Grenadines’ most pristine sites are currently benefitting from a 12 million dollar, five-year United States Agency for International Development (USAID) support, to assist in the reduction of threats to marine and coastal diversity in the areas.

The Caribbean Marine Biodiversity Grenadine Bank Program, which encompasses the Carriacou Sandy Island/Oyster Bed Marine Protected Area and the St Vincent/Tobago Cays, will be implemented by the Nature Conservancy and five other local partners.


JWFCSS Principal Satisfied With First CXC Attempt

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Principal (Ag) of the JW Fletcher Catholic Secondary School (JWFCSS) – Mrs. Laurel Bartholomew said that she is quite satisfied with the students’ performance at the first attempt at CXC/CSEC. 

Eleven students had a total subject entry of 60 covering 17 subjects; 56 subjects were attempted and 4 were not. One student obtained 8 of 8 with distinctions in English and Integrated Science.


Merger Should End Flow’s Colourful Disrespect

Anticipation is already running high that the recent merger between Flow and Lime would bring about a better form of respect to subscribers of Flow’s cable network.

For years residents of the sister isles have been treated with scant courtesy and wide disrespect by the Flow operation.  This has led to several customers severing ties with the company as they constantly lamented that the service provided often breached the contract when signing on to one of the many packages on offer.

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