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Levee closed for monitoring – The Grenada Star – Daily Sentinel Star

Levee closed for monitoring – The Grenada Star  Daily Sentinel StarBy REGGIE ROSS Staff Writer. Monitoring continues at Grenada Lake, and crews with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers urge people to continue to take extreme ...

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Grenada government to open investigation into failed CBI project; will St Kitts-Nevis do the same? – Caribbean News Now

Grenada government to open investigation into failed CBI project; will St Kitts-Nevis do the same?  Caribbean News NowBy Melanius Alphonse Caribbean News Now associate managing editor melanius@caribbeannewsnow.com. ST GEORGE'S, Grenada — Prim...

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Open letter: One Caribbean Media on appointment of government senator to Host GBN’s “Beyond the Headlines” – Caribbean News Now

Open letter: One Caribbean Media on appointment of government senator to Host GBN's “Beyond the Headlines”  Caribbean News NowDear Mrs Dawn Thomas,. I write to you and your company, in my capacity as a citizen of Grenada and a media practitio...

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Hands off Venezuela! – Trinidad Guardian

Hands off Venezuela!  Trinidad GuardianMerle Hodge, left, speaks with Cuban Ambassador Tania Diego Olite, OWTU Chief Education and Research Officer Ozzie Warrick and MSJ political leader ...

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Yvette Noel-Schure, Music PR Executive, Receives Berklee’s Master of Global Entertainment Award at Berklee’s Campus in Valencia – Music Mayhem Magazine

Yvette Noel-Schure, Music PR Executive, Receives Berklee's Master of Global Entertainment Award at Berklee's Campus in Valencia  Music Mayhem MagazineYvette Noel-Schure, highly-regarded music and entertainment PR executive, was presented with...

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Get Serious About Long Term Planning – The New Today Newspaper

Get Serious About Long Term Planning  The New Today NewspaperIn May 2015, on the insistence of Civil Society and as a precondition to them participating in the so-called Social Compact, Government set up the National ...

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