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Peter David In Position To Contest Town of St George

Senator, Peter David has been appointed the caretaker for the Town of St George – an area, which he served two terms as MP as a member of the National Democratic Congress. The executive of the New National Party had previously announced that it would launch caretakers in five constituencies this month – the first in a series scheduled over ...

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Two men in CRV arrested Good Friday

The driver and passenger of a white CRV SUV that crashed into a passenger bus on Good Friday in Pearls, St. Andrew have been arrested. According to the police officer that visited the scene of the accident, the driver of the van attempted to mislead the police and was later arrested together with his passenger. The van was traveling from ...

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Victoria Fish Market Upgraded

The Victoria Fish Market has benefited from upgrading and refurbishment to the value of $180,000.  The upgraded facility was handed over to the Parliamentary Representative for the Constituency of St Mark, Hon. Clarice Modeste and the fisher folks last Thursday. From September 2015 – March 2017, the fisher folks of Victoria had been displaced without a proper facility to sell ...

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Morne Jaloux Resident Demands Compensation

A Morne Jaloux resident is appealing to the government to respond to his letters and come clean regarding the status of his lands which seem to have been acquired. Johnny Worme relates that in November last year (2016), persons attached to the De-bushing Program turned up to conduct work on his premises without anyone having informed him. When he asked ...

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Grandson receives 13 years jail for KILLING HIS GRANDMOTHER

High court judge Shiraz Azziz has sentenced 18-year-old Joshua Mitchell of Birch Grove, St. Andrew’s to 13 years and 6 months for the brutal killing of his 84 -year-old grandmother Dorrel Mitchell of the same address in November 2014. Time already spent would be subtracted from the total sentence. The sentence was handed down last Tuesday.  Evidence emanating from the ...

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Making a Difference Initiative Launched with a Donation in Grenada

The health of children and seniors will be positively impacted by a barrel of children’s diapers and feeding bags with tubes attached, which were delivered to the Grenada General Hospital, by local Catholic priest, Fr. Leroy Hopkin, on behalf of New York-based donors, Christine Grant and Cheryl Vincent, who are both Grenadians. The items, were accepted by the Director of ...

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Illegal Taxis At Spiceland Mall Is A Lie

Last week the Grenada Informer published an article in which a taxi operator at the Spiceland Mall complained about unauthorized persons operating there.  One of the persons being referred to in the article subsequently visited our offices to dispute the previous version of the situation, saying the first report was misleading. Here is his version. I have been going to ...

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Lotto Player Wins EC$276,000

Lynn Andrew, a District Nurse of Munich, St. Andrew’s has claimed her prize of EC$276,000, after winning the National Lotteries Authority’s (NLA) Lotto jackpot on Friday, 17th March 2017.  The NLA handed over the jackpot to an appreciative Ms. Andrew on Tuesday, 11th April, 2017 at its main office on the Carenage. According to NLA’s Marketing Manager – Ms. Reecè ...

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Suspended Sentence Handed Down To Elvin Chitan

Justice Shiraz Azziz has handed a three-year suspended sentence to Elvin Chitan, former employee of Columbus Communications, on Tuesday at the #5 High Court. The forty-one-year-old Springs resident; a former chief accountant at Columbus Communications was arrested by members of the Financial Intelligence Unit following investigations into embezzlement of $472.000.00 from the company he was employed with. The offence dated ...

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Suspended Sentence Handed Down To Elvin Chitan

Justice Shiraz Azziz has handed a three-year suspended sentence to Elvin Chitan, former employee of Columbus Communications, on Tuesday at the #5 High Court. The forty-one-year-old Springs resident; a former chief accountant at Columbus Communications was arrested by members of the Financial Intelligence Unit following investigations into embezzlement of $472.000.00 from the company he was employed with. The offence dated ...

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