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GAMBLING DEATH

ST. GEORGE RESIDENT DIES FOLLOWING ALTERCATION St. George -- The Royal Grenada Police Force is investigating a homicide involving a man who was found with multiple chop wounds late on Saturday night at Beausejour.

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POST BANGLADESH VISIT

SPORTS MINISTER EXTENDS HEARTFELT THANKS ST. GEORGE -- Youth, Sports & Religious Affairs Minister, Emmalin Pierre, has thanked the Grenadian public and the Government of Grenada for their support of the One Day International Cricket matches which were held at the Grenada National Cricket Stadium on last  Wednesday and Friday.

25-08-2014
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GRENADA CONSTITUTION REFORM ADVISORY COMMITTEE

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR REFORM OF THE CONSTITUTION OF GRENADA It is hereby notified for general public information that on 14 July 2014 the Cabinet of Ministers of Grenada approved in principle the twelve (12) Recommendations made to the Minister of Legal Affairs on 7 July 2014 by the Grenada Constitution Reform Advisory Committee for Reform of the Constitution of Grenada. Those Recommendations are

25-08-2014
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GRENADA GREEN GROUP (G3)

A FEW PICTURES FROM G3'S FALL EDGE CLEAN-UP ON SATURDAY 23RD In the words of one of the young volunteers, 'disgusting' What kind of sick mind heaves a sofa down the edge? Please click on images to enlarge

24-08-2014
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ANOTHER BRONZE IN ATHLETICS

GRENADA GOVERNMENT APPLAUDS MELENI RODNEY'S MEDAL RUN St. George -- Grenada's Meleni Rodney has won the island's first ever medal at the World Youth Olympics presently taking place in Nanjing, China. Rodney finished in a time of 53.33s in the 400m female event to take home the bronze medal.

24-08-2014
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GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

MINISTRY OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT URGES ALL TO WEAR ORANGE ON MONDAY, AUGUST 25 ST. GEORGE -- The Ministry of Social Development and Housing continues to observe the 25th day of each month as "Gender-based Violence Awareness Day" or "Orange Day", and another call is being sounded to Grenadians to wear something orange on Monday in support of ending violence against women and girls.

23-08-2014
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PREFACE

"FRUITFUL DAYS- MY POLITICAL SOUL DELIVERED" By William Joseph For anyone who knows William Brian Joseph well and particularly so in the more recent past, encountering a manuscript by him at this time entitled 'Fruitful Days - My Political Soul Delivered' may well be bewildering; maybe even consternating and of wonderment. But it is true; and its engagement is as clear as it is compelling.

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STATEMENT FROM PUBLIC WORKERS' UNION

WHAT'S WITH THE BACK PAY? St. George -- The Public Workers' Union is deeply concerned with the continued non-payment of retroactive pay (back-pay) to pensioners by the Government, for the period 2009 to 2012.

22-08-2014
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HELP FOR STUDENTS

G.U.T. CREDIT UNION AWARDS 96 CPEA GRANTSSt. George -- The G.U.T. Credit Union has presented 96 grants to students who were successful in the 2014 CPEA. Each grant included a cheque toward school supplies and a deposit toward a Smart Saver account to encourage the students to save.

22-08-2014
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ANOTHER COURT CASE INVOLVING PM MITCHELL

COP THOMPSON TAKES LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THE STATE St. George -- Embattled Commissioner of Police Willan Thompson could square off in the high court with Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell in a legal battle over the manner in which he was removed as head of the Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF).  Court documents contained by the NEW TODAY newspaper indicate that the Supre

22-08-2014
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