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Kayaks Gunned Down In New york

A cloud of sadness currently lingers stubbornly over the community of Mt Royal and the entire sister isles following the tragic shooting death of Jened Duncan in New York on Sunday afternoon. As news circulated and went viral across the sister isles, everyone hoped that it was just a rumour but as the information became clear the sad and shocking ...

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Kayaks Gunned Down In New york

A cloud of sadness currently lingers stubbornly over the community of Mt Royal and the entire sister isles following the tragic shooting death of Jened Duncan in New York on Sunday afternoon. As news circulated and went viral across the sister isles, everyone hoped that it was just a rumour but as the information became clear the sad and shocking ...

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Thirty-Two-Year-old Malmount Man Found Dead On Beach

Thirty-two years old Kendel Peters of Malmount, St. David’s was found dead at the seacoast on Galby beach on Tuesday morning following hours of search efforts after he was reported missing on Sunday. The very sad mother of the deceased man Ms. Ronda Peters related to this paper that her son got got up Sunday morning around 5:30am went into ...

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Thirty-Two-Year-old Malmount Man Found Dead On Beach

Thirty-two years old Kendel Peters of Malmount, St. David’s was found dead at the seacoast on Galby beach on Tuesday morning following hours of search efforts after he was reported missing on Sunday. The very sad mother of the deceased man Ms. Ronda Peters related to this paper that her son got got up Sunday morning around 5:30am went into ...

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Bagadere Climbed Higher

A deep reservoir of talent and creative thinking in arts and literature among the people of Carriacou and Petite Martinique and country in further emerged and increased in prominence at the second annual Kia Bagadere Program, which took place at the Tyrell Bay beachfront over the weekend. The occasion was declared officially open on Friday evening by Governor General, Her ...

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Bagadere Climbed Higher

A deep reservoir of talent and creative thinking in arts and literature among the people of Carriacou and Petite Martinique and country in further emerged and increased in prominence at the second annual Kia Bagadere Program, which took place at the Tyrell Bay beachfront over the weekend. The occasion was declared officially open on Friday evening by Governor General, Her ...

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The IMF, Not The Big Bully That Many Perceive It

Grenada was one of six countries represented at a recently held International Monetary Fund (IMF) Economic Report Workshop for Caribbean journalist held in Barbados, where one of the consensus reached was that the IMF is not the big bully that many perceive it to be.     The workshop, which took place at the Caribbean Technical Assistance Centre in Bridgetown, was ...

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People At Mt Gay Hospital Treated Like Animals: Patient

A man that has been warded at the Mt Gay Mental Hospital on more than one occasion is insisting that people that are relegated to that institution are constantly at the mercy of some less than sympathetic workers and are subject to what is in effect torture. The gentleman said even the process by which one is assigned to the ...

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