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Meeting new friends in Grenada – Travel Weekly

Travel WeeklyMeeting new friends in GrenadaTravel WeeklyGrenada-Students-StGeorges-GNM Leaving icy roads and snow plows behind in favor of sandy walkways and plunge pools, Caribbean editor Gay Nagle Myers flew off to the Isle of Spice to take a first l...

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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE TO THE GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE OF … – Barnacle


Inter Press Service

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE TO THE GOVERNMENT AND PEOPLE OF ...
Barnacle
An investigation of the meaning of the word 'INDEPENDENCE', in the thesaurus of Microsoft word 2010, reveals some instructive considerations for us in Grenada as we celebrate 40 years of independence. From a political perspective, Grenada was born on ...
Grenada PM independence message to the DiasporaCaribbean Life

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Grenada PM independence message to the Diaspora – Caribbean Life

Inter Press ServiceGrenada PM independence message to the DiasporaCaribbean LifeIt is with great honor that I bring you greetings on the 40th anniversary of the independence of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. We pray that your series of activ...

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Elmer Edward Durham – Daily Sentinel Star

Elmer Edward DurhamDaily Sentinel StarHe was born on May 19, 1946, and was the son of Eugene Woodard Hanna Sr. and Olivia Wilkins Hanna of Grenada. During his lifetime, Woody worked as a teacher and as a salesclerk. He was a graduate of Delta State Uni...

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Consolidate Schools – Daily Sentinel Star


Consolidate Schools
Daily Sentinel Star
I don't remember the exact year that Grenada County consolidated all of their schools and created the Grenada School District as it is known today. I believe it was in the late 1960s or early 1970s, and bear in mind they had a lot more students than ...

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Grenada seeks three-year wage freeze ahead of IMF agreement – Caribbean360.com


Grenada seeks three-year wage freeze ahead of IMF agreement
Caribbean360.com
GEORGE'S, Grenada, Tuesday February 4, 2014, CMC – The Grenada government is calling on trade unions to accept a three-year wage freeze as it seeks to enter into an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to deal with an ailing economy.

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Grenada seeks three-year wage freeze ahead of IMF agreement – Caribbean360.com


Grenada seeks three-year wage freeze ahead of IMF agreement
Caribbean360.com
GEORGE'S, Grenada, Tuesday February 4, 2014, CMC – The Grenada government is calling on trade unions to accept a three-year wage freeze as it seeks to enter into an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to deal with an ailing economy.

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