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Trying to kill the goose that laid the golden egg – Daily Sentinel Star


Daily Sentinel Star

Trying to kill the goose that laid the golden egg
Daily Sentinel Star
With any luck, outsiders and dues-hungry union bosses will be able to put a kink in Mississippi's economic progress and job growth. The United Auto Workers Union, faced with years of declining membership and falling dues revenue, has been campaigning ...

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PRESS RELEASE: Two Saint Lucians off to Barbados, Grenada in Sandals Internship Programme – St. Lucia News Online (press release)

St. Lucia News Online (press release)PRESS RELEASE: Two Saint Lucians off to Barbados, Grenada in Sandals Internship ProgrammeSt. Lucia News Online (press release)Kerraul Morgan, who heads off to Grenada, will be exploring her industry potentials in th...

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Grenada to implement six-year poverty reduction programme – Jamaica Observer


Grenada to implement six-year poverty reduction programme
Jamaica Observer
ST GEORGE'S, Grenada (CMC) — Grenada is to commence a new EC$32-million (One EC dollar =US$0.37 cents) six-year programme aimed at reducing rural poverty and youth unemployment. The programme will also focus on increasing agricultural ...

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Delta Business Journal: Grenada Is Getting A Facelift – HottyToddy.com

HottyToddy.comDelta Business Journal: Grenada Is Getting A FaceliftHottyToddy.comLocated 100 miles north of Jackson and 100 miles south of Memphis, Grenada is considered to be a Delta town, although part of Grenada County is positioned in hill country....

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A welcomed adventure: Bowman speaks about Peace Corps – Fergus Falls Daily Journal


Fergus Falls Daily Journal

A welcomed adventure: Bowman speaks about Peace Corps
Fergus Falls Daily Journal
“I got used to [Grenada] and I told my family the other day, 'I can't do with the air conditioning anymore,' ” Bowman said. Planning things this past week has also taken some getting used to. “It's a different pace of life and I'm kind of on island ...

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Grenada: ‘Disquiet and confusion’ over NNP candidate selection – WIC News


WIC News

Grenada: 'Disquiet and confusion' over NNP candidate selection
WIC News
Nazim Burke, leader of the National Democratic Congress and de facto opposition in Grenada, said that it was “significant” that after 28 years at the head of his party Mitchell says he is unable to find a successor. “It is hurtful for the country as no ...

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A New View of Grenada’s Revolution – The New York Review of Books


The New York Review of Books

A New View of Grenada's Revolution
The New York Review of Books
Grenada is located at the base of the Windward Antilles, about one hundred miles off the coast of Venezuela, and is famed for its nutmeg. When Ronald Reagan ordered the 82nd Airborne there, he said the choppers bellowing over its beaches had come to ...

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Grenada group demands CLF $$ – Trinidad News


Grenada group demands CLF $$
Trinidad News
GRENADA'S British American Insurance Policyholders Group is poised to take legal action to resolve the issue of payments owed to them by CL Financial (CLF) following the TT Government's bailout of Clico (Trinidad) policy holders, but not them. “This ...

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Grenada: ‘Disquiet and confusion’ over NNP candidate selection – WIC News


WIC News

Grenada: 'Disquiet and confusion' over NNP candidate selection
WIC News
Nazim Burke, leader of the National Democratic Congress and de facto opposition in Grenada, said that it was “significant” that after 28 years at the head of his party Mitchell says he is unable to find a successor. “It is hurtful for the country as no ...

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