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Three Jointly Charged For Marijuana

Three persons appeared before Magistrate Taheria Gillineau at the St. George’s Number 2 Magistrate’s Court on Monday 29th April, charged in connection with the seizure of twenty-four pounds of cannabis. Clifford Samuel 26 years, a labourer, Nyasha Bellingy, 32 years, store manager both citizens of St. Vincent & the Grenadines, and Frank Allard, a 43-year old builder residing at Windward ...

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Non-Capital murder accused makes second court appearance

Leslie Hitlall of Conference, St. Andrew, charged with unlawfully causing the death of Leon Fletcher, alias Ratty, made his second court appearance at the Grenville Magistrate’s Court last Monday. Hitlall, who continues on remand at Her Majesty’s Prison was represented by attorney-at-law Derick Sylvester who did not say much to the court during his client’s appearance. However, a date was ...

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An Outstanding St. David’s Resident

Eighty-three-year-old resident of Requin, St. David’s Mrs. Joyce Bleasdille Lumsden also known as the “Spice Lady” has received many awards during her lifetime. Ms. Bleasdille had spent many of her earlier years in England and pursued a long nursing career.  Joyce Lumsden was educated at the Anglican High School in St. George’s and served at the General Hospital and the ...

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Chinese President Xi delivers keynote speech at opening ceremony of Belt and Road Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping has asserted that China will work with other parties to promote a coalition of sustainable cities and an international coalition for green development under the Belt and Road Initiative. President Xi was attending the opening ceremony of the Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation in Beijing last Friday.  A total of 10,000 representatives of ...

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Did You Know That Pearls Airport Was First A Military Airfield?

During the Second World War, it became more important than in the First World War for Great Britain to have a greater interest in the Caribbean and the Southern North Atlantic regions. With the advent of faster ships, modern aircraft and better submarines, the need to protect the oil and bauxite that the region produced and refined in order to ...

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WHERE WAS GOD? The Andy Williams Story

Came almost last in primary school but graduated from St George’s University; became the Senior Accountant for Texaco in the region and then locked up in room daily,almost suicidal; had no money but then came ‘Hot Spot’, where “my principle in business is people first then profit”. There is a very familiar life story, which talks about someone walking on ...

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Two New Fish Aggregating Devices (Fads) Deployed

The Grenada Citizen Advice and Small Business Agency (GRENCASE) is doing its share in support of the fishing sector in Grenada. Last week Thursday they held a workshop at the Melville Street Fish Market, leading fishermen in the construction of two Fishing Aggregating Devices (FADS) and deploying them out at sea in the St. George area.  Managing Director of GRENCASE ...

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