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24-11-2014
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SPICING THINGS UP...

NUTMEG FESTIVAL OPENSSt. George -- The 2014 edition of the Grenada Nutmeg Festival is up and running.

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MEGAFAM TRIPS COME TO AN END

SANDALS MEGAFAM TRIPS PROVE WORTHWHILE FOR GRENADASt. George -- The Sandals Megafam on Sunday, ended a series of thirteen mega-familiarisation trips to Grenada. Beginning in September, over 2000 travel agents and tour operators from North America visited the island for the day for become familiar with the newest of the Sandals Resorts International properties, Sandals LaSource

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MODEL SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAMME

NETHERLANDS INSURANCE CONTRIBUTES OVER $30K TO IMPLEMENT MODEL MUSIC PROGRAMME AT BOCA SECONDARY SCHOOL St. George -- Bob Marley, Martin Luther, Bono and even Shakespeare have all attested to the pureness and power of music through performing arts and theatre on the big stage. "There is a practical reason for music education: It teaches people to think, solve problems, to take ri

24-11-2014
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LAW AND POLITICS

WHERE ARE WE HEADING TO? We are moving closer to that very significant date in March next year- when our tri-Island State and its people, will be making that so very important decision to change our political image – by voting in a referendum to Reform our Constitution, move out of the Commonwealth, and be associated with whoever will have us in the years ahead.

24-11-2014
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OPINION PIECE

CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS REFLECT ANCIENT SATURNALIA Frequently, at this holiday season, we discover obvious similarities between the Christmas traditions and the ancient Roman Saturnalia. When we understand that this ancient Roman observance was celebrated close to the winter solstice, the association between Christmas and the feast of the ancient pagans becomes more obvious.

24-11-2014
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MORE KUDOS FOR KIRANI

GRENADA'S MINISTER OF SPORTS CONGRATULATES KIRANI JAMESST. ANDREW -- Grenada's Minister of Youth and Sports, Hon. Emmalin Pierre, has extended congratulations to Kirani James on being voted the top sportsman in the Caribbean across sporting disciplines by the Caribbean Sports Journalists' Association.

24-11-2014
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OPINION PIECE

SAVING GRENADA'S DYING ECONOMY Time and again, we are looking overseas for grants and help to save Grenada's dying economy. We can't live without masters -- local or foreign, economic or spiritual. This dependency and slave mentality are the main reasons for our problems.

23-11-2014
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OPINION PIECE

YOU'VE FINALLY GOT IT, GIS!!!! My article of 13th November headlined  "Who is in Charge at GIS?" has finally brought a positive result.

23-11-2014
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Created on 18 December 2009 Written by George

SEN. FRANKA BERNARDINE ADDRESSES TOWN HALL MEETING IN NEW YORK
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Not unlike what was done to Grenada, Canada has now slapped a visa requirement on St. Kitts/Nevis as of this weekend.... "due to concerns about the issuance of passports and identity management practices with its Citizenship by Investment program." Notwithstanding that we already have the visa requirement around our necks, does this make you have second thoughts about Grenada's CBI?

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