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THE GIFT OF ART

St. George -- It's that time of year when we think of gift giving to friends and loved ones. The hard economic times we are currently experiencing in Grenada may cause one to wonder if there is really enough to buy gifts for all those to whom you wish to give. So when you make your choices, you will need to make sure that your gift has significant meaning and good value. Local Art is a gift that you can give with full confidence.

Read more: HOLIDAY NOTE FROM GRENADA ARTS COUNCIL
 
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BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLARSHIPS FOR BARBADOS AND EASTERN CARIBBEAN


Bridgetown, January 11, 2012 -- The British High Commission reminds all potential post-graduate students that British Chevening scholarships will be awarded for the academic year 2012-2013.
Read more: 12 DAYS TO GO TO APPLICATION DEADLINE
 
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NDC PRO DELIGHTED AT PM SKERRIT’S COURT VICTORY

St. George’s, January 10, 2012 – A legal battle over dual citizenship, which potentially could have impacted his leadership of the country, has ended in victory for Dominica’s Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit.
Read more: NDC PRO DELIGHTED AT PM SKERRIT’S COURT VICTORY
 
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