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Autopsy Confirms Asphyxia

The lifeless body of Kendon Mitchell of Telescope, St. Andrew’s was discovered hanging by the neck at his home last Saturday morning an incident that sent shock waves throughout the village. Mitchell was pronounced dead by a medical doctor before it was taken away by undertakers.  According to the autopsy, the victim died as a result of asphyxia due to ...

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Former Assistant Commissioner Dies In Early Morning Fire

Police are investigating an early morning house fire, which claimed the life of former Assistant Commissioner Mr Maurice Darius, which occurred at his True Blue, St. George residence on Tuesday. The Community Relations Department of the RGPF states that the fire emergency responded to a call around 04:48 hrs. On arrival, one of the occupants was found unresponsive in a ...

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$1.2M Drug Bust, 2 on bail $150,000 each

Two men slapped with Trafficking and Importation of marijuana, following a raid on their vehicle during a stop and search in the town of Gouyave last Tuesday have been placed on $150,000.00 bail each. Rylon Gunpot,34  from the village of Corinth in St. David and Michael Marrast, 42 from Upper St. John’s St Andrew were both admitted to bail last ...

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Does Child Labour Really Exist In Grenada?

It may sound absurd, many might even argue that this is something of the outside world and may never even reach Grenada. Well, do not be so sure. Here is some news for you. Many of you parents might even be guilty because child labour is simply ‘any kind of work forced upon children that exposes them to harm and ...

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Theatre Is Life:

A teacher by profession in the subject areas of French and Spanish at the Happy Hill Secondary School, Lilleen Nedd insists that theatre/drama has been a life changer for her.    Of course, theatre is a therapy to me because we live in a society where abusers of authority are protected in a society where you have no one to ...

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First Ever Agricultural Youth Symposium Held

With the theme: Securing your future through financial empowerment, the Northern Agricultural District held the first ever Youth Symposium on agriculture at Plains, St. Patrick last week Thursday. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture Mr. Elvis Morain commended Extension Officer Mr. Maximus Lazarus and the Northern Agricultural District for the initiative to bring young men and women together to ...

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Rennie Elected On GFA For Sister Isles

Newly elected Carriacou and Petite Martinique representative on the Grenada Football Association (GFA) Luther Rennie has immediately rolled out an impressive and robust package, which he hopes would take the sport to an unprecedented level on the sister isles. Luther defeated Duane Williams for the position at the GFA Annual General Meeting last week Saturday. Mindful of the demanding task ...

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Athletes Will Be Paid On Time Assures Minister Cox

Minister for Youth, Sports, Culture and the Arts, Sen. Norland Cox is satisfied that everything is on stream for a successful hosting of the Grenada Invitational 2019 The minister has also given the assurance that athletes that compete at the event will be paid at the end of the event. In previous years, the Grenada Invitational had been plagued with ...

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Major Drug Bust In Gouyave

576 Ibs of marijuana was intercepted, two men are believed to be in police custody assisting the lawmen with their investigation Up until Press time on Wednesday no official charges had been laid. In related news through a joint operation between the officers attached to the Drug Squad in Grenada and St Vincent and the Grenadines Coast Guard on the ...

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