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Items filtered by date: June 2017


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The death on Saturday of a forty-nine year- old man of Laura Land in St. David’s, an inmate at the Mt. Gay Psychiatric Hospital has sparked widespread public outrage and family members are demanding answers.

According to information reaching the Grenada Informer, the deceased, Anthony Alexander who entered the institution as a patient, one week prior to his death, was found dead on his bed just after 4 a.m. on Saturday.



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The latest walkout from the Grenada Houses of Parliament has raised the question whether members on the opposition side are being overly sensitive or whether house matters are being conducted with fairness and integrity.

On Tuesday, during a sitting of the Senate, opposition senators Nazim Burke and Franka Bernadine, representing the National Democratic Congress decided to excuse themselves from the Upper House’s activities for the day when Senate President Chester Humphrey denied Burke the opportunity to deliberate on issues he (Burke) considered relevant to a bill that was being debated.


Drug Trafficking at Her Majesty’s Prison - 2 Inmates Charged

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Two inmates at Her Majesty’s Prison may soon find out that they have just compromised their chances of an early release following drug charges brought against them in the wake of a recent bust at the prison facility.

The two, Arthur Braveboy, no stranger to the court and presently serving a five-year prison term and Darren Maitland, a man of similar standing but had been in prison on remand, were both arrested and subsequently charged with Possession and Trafficking a Controlled following the discovery of a quantity of drugs in their prison cell on Thursday.

According to information reaching the Grenada Informer, the banned substance was found hidden in plastic bags during a search of the cell occupied by both individuals.


KFC Grenville Struck by Bandits

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KFC’s Grenville branch was not spared the wrath of notorious bandits who successfully broke into the chicken outlet in the wee hours of the morning last Sunday escaping with an undisclosed sum of money.

Sources say the amount of money missing could be several thousand.


Four hundred thousand dollar drug bust shakes St Andrew

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The police have made another breakthrough in a drug trafficking operation with a four hundred thousand dollar haul and two men from the village of La Poterie in St Andrew jointly charged with drug trafficking. The men are presently out on bail scheduled to reappear before the Grenville Magistrate Court July 10th. Attached to the bail are special conditions that include reporting to the Grenville police station.


$50,000 fine for Drug Trafficking

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A twenty-six-year-old man from Grand Anse in St. George’s was made to feel the full weight of the law last Friday when Chief Magistrate Tamara Gill presiding at the St Georges Number One Magistrate Court handed down a fifty thousand dollar fine on him after he pled guilty to drug trafficking.

The young man who goes by the name of Dwight Richards was arrested following a search of his home in the south of the island by officers attached to the Drug Squad.


Carrier farmer distressed over loss of livestock

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“I need compensation for my dead sheep”. The angry words of Crafton Chitan of Carrier St Andrew who complained to the Grenada Informer of the distress he underwent through the actions of a bloodthirsty dog, which killed four heads of his Black Belly sheep.


Appointment of New Bishop

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The Catholic Communities is happy to receive and to share the long awaited news that The Holy Father Pope Francis today announces the appointment of Fr. Clyde Harvey, a priest of the Archdiocese of Port of Spain, as the fifth bishop of the Diocese of St. George’s-in-Grenada.


Political Leader of GEM Complains of Incompetence In The Court System

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Political Leader of the Grenada Empowerment Movement (GEM), a newly formed party, Earl J. Maitland, is no stranger to advocating for justice in Grenada.

He considers his a voice for the people, one that believes in the people and stands for the rights of the citizenry. Earlier this week he visited the Grenada Informer to relate some of his concerns pertaining to the legal system in Grenada.


Sod Turned For The Holy Cross R.C. School

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Staff and Students of the Holy Cross R.C. School could soon have more comfortable conditions in which to function.

A sod turning ceremony was held on Friday with a projection of completion in the first half of 2018.

The construction of the school is being executed as part of the Regional Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project at a cost of 5.4 million dollars.

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