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CONTINUING ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY TRADITIONBarnacleSt. George's, December 18, 2011 – Grenada's senior citizens have been advised to be watchful of their health, even as they participate in the sharing of food and other enjoyments of Christmas...

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2011’s Top Producers – 15 – 13 – ClashMusic.com

ClashMusic.com2011's Top Producers - 15 - 13ClashMusic.comRaised on a healthy diet of old-school greats including Prince, Masters At Work, George Clinton and Kraftwerk, and brought up on the soundsystem culture of West London via Grenada, Steven Ju...

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Carter breaks Bovell’s 10-year record – Trinidad & Tobago Express

Carter breaks Bovell's 10-year recordTrinidad & Tobago ExpressThe meet attracted swimmers from Barbados, Grenada, Venezuela and hosts Trinidad and Tobago, who had the biggest contingent consisting of national and club swimmers. Olympian Nicholas Bo...

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A strike by workers at the Grenada Breweries Limited … – i95.5 FM (blog)

A strike by workers at the Grenada Breweries Limited ...i95.5 FM (blog)Mr Humphrey says "the principal negotiators are somewhere out in Europe and trying to get a flight to come to Grenada." TAWU is seeking a 7% salary increase for the worker...

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Grenada nutmeg farmers to receive rare bonus – BusinessWeek

Grenada nutmeg farmers to receive rare bonusBusinessWeekNutmeg farmers on the eastern Caribbean island of Grenada are receiving a year-end bonus for the first time in five years. The general manager of the Grenada Cooperative Nutmeg Association says 24...

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Aunty Tek was “one of a kind” – Spice Islander

Aunty Tek was “one of a kind''Spice IslanderBy Lincoln Depradine St. George's, December 15, 2011 – Grenada is mourning the loss of another national icon. Renowned folklorist, Aunty Tek Phillip, died Wednesday at the age of 85. “The de...

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