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GRENADA'S CHILDREN COME TOGETHER IN A RAINFOREST OF READING

ST. GEORGE -- Approximately two thousand Grade 3 and 4 primary school students from across Grenada, Carriacou & Petite Martinique gathered at the Grenada National Stadium in St. George, on Tuesday, November 25, 2014, to participate in a Rainforest of Reading.

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Hits: 19 Created on 28 November 2014 Written by WINN FM Category: Latest
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POWELL: LOSS OF VISA-FREE ACCESS TO CANADA MAKES FEDERATION'S CBI LESS ATTRACTIVE

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Hits: 24 Created on 28 November 2014 Written by Michael Bascombe Category: Latest
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COMPETITORS NEED REPRESENTATION ON SPORTING FEDERATIONS

It's not unusual to spend Thanksgiving Day thinking about our sportsmen and women -- especially those at colleges in the United States who are at a disadvantage and, unlike some of us, can't relax and enjoy a family setting.

It may be an awkward experience for some whose roommates have left the dormitory to join their families.  However, the circumstances didn't prevent me from extending the customary Happy Thanksgiving greetings to these Grenadians.  Read More At: http://wp.me/p2DNZz-2Wm 

 
Hits: 81 Created on 27 November 2014 Written by CARIBUPDATE Category: Latest
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GIVING CREDIT WHERE IT IS DUE

There are many things that our public institutions don't get right; or, when they get them right, don't do so consistently. It, therefore, becomes rather easy to beat up on the institutions and their staff; every Tom, Dick, Harry and Jane dump on them – sometimes justifiably; at other times, it is done out of pure spite, jealousy and ignorance; and still other times, the institutions and those employed therein are mere political fodder for activists on the outside of the government-of-the-day and are simply targets for scoring cheap political points.

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Hits: 92 Created on 27 November 2014 Written by GARVEY LOUISON Category: Latest
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THE HOPE IS GONE

In its 2015 Budget presentation the Government of Grenada did not even bother to provide hope anymore. They left Hope behind, bypassing Marquis and are now in the middle of Grenville maintaining fiscal discipline, creating jobs, protecting the vulnerable and wondering whether to shoot up Grand E 'tang into Willis or simply cut across to Paradise.

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