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September Criminal Assizes begin - 62 sex related cases listed for trial

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The 2017 September Crimin...

Nephew Shocked At Uncle’s Malnutrition Death At Home for the Elderly

Nephew Shocked At Uncle’s Malnutrit…

Once again the island’s a...

St. Andrews Anglican Primary vows to take action

St. Andrews Anglican Primary vows t…

Despite the confusion dur...

Man Arrested at the Grenville Vendors Mall

Man Arrested at the Grenville Vendo…

He denied making use of a...

Unions Say $600 is Not Enough

Unions Say $600 is Not Enough

Members of two leading tr...

No bail for St. John resident captured in St Mark

No bail for St. John resident captu…

A St. John's resident cap...

Grenada’s First Sports Photographer at  the IAAF World Athletic Championships 2017

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Haron Forteau, a graphic ...

Police On Leads To  Solve George’s Murder

Police On Leads To Solve George’s …

When many may have though...

Calypsonian Tangler Passes On

Calypsonian Tangler Passes On

Relatives are still tryin...

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Items filtered by date: February 2015

Intercol Outside Town

  • Published in Sports

Intercol – Grenada’s premier athletic event or Spice Country’s mini Olympics is slated for Progress Park in St. Andrew this year much to the consternation of many. The reason is that the weather has the final say.

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Kirani’s Coach Was Here

  • Published in Sports

Coach for Kirani James in the United States was in Grenada last weekend along with two other gentlemen all of whom were on slightly different missions. Coach Harvey Glance was here specifically to officiate at the national Sports Award ceremony last Saturday evening while Gary Wilson and Andreas M. Schulze Ising were here to look at the progress of construction on the National Athletics and Football Stadium; they are responsible for the laying of running tracks at the new facility.

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PETERS PIECE: When Dog Sucking Egg…

I take a mischievous sort of pleasure in raising the issue of getting involved in front line politics with young people and watch their reaction. Almost to a person there is no hesitation before they emphatically make it clear that they have no interest in politics. 

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EDITORIAL: Is Black History Month I Relevant?

In February of year each the African Diaspora pauses to reflect on its origin culture, history and how far we have come as a people. 

Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month in America, is an annual observance in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom and to a much lesser ex¬tent, the Caribbean, for remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African Diaspora.

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