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CARNIVAL QUEEN USES HER VICTORY AND VOCATION TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE – Barnacle

CARNIVAL QUEEN USES HER VICTORY AND VOCATION TO MAKE A DIFFERENCEBarnacleSt. George's-- November 7, 2011: The 2011 Grenada Carnival Queen, Cherrie Jones, has been kept busy since her national victory at Carnival City on Thursday August 4, 2011 at t...

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Climate Politics Grow Curiouser and Curiouser – Huffington Post (blog)

Climate Politics Grow Curiouser and CuriouserHuffington Post (blog)Take Grenada for instance: hurricanes in 2004 and 2005 wiped out its agriculture, and then a record drought in 2010 damaged its fisheries, tourism and agriculture. As a consequence the ...

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FORMER PRIME MINSISTER CALLS FOR POLICY ON OVERASES TRAVELL – Barnacle

FORMER PRIME MINSISTER CALLS FOR POLICY ON OVERASES TRAVELLBarnacleNovember 3rd, 2011, St. George's Grenada: Leader of Her Majesty's Opposition, Dr the Rt. Hon Keith Mitchell is calling on the Prime Minister to immediately announce a Government...

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Grenada to attend trade group meeting in Geneva – Go Jamaica

Grenada to attend trade group meeting in GenevaGo JamaicaGrenada says it will be represented at the meeting of the Negotiating Group on Trade Facilitation in Geneva, Switzerland this week. Aarona Moses, the trade officer in the Ministry of Environment,...

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Pending railway closure would be economic blow – Jackson Clarion Ledger

Pending railway closure would be economic blowJackson Clarion LedgerFor documents filed with the National Surface Transportation Board regarding Grenada Railway's abandonment plan, go to www.stb.dot.gov, click on "Filings", then "Sea...

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Here comes the neighbourhood – The Province

Here comes the neighbourhoodThe ProvinceBy IM GreNada, Special to The Province November 5, 2011 OK. Confession time. I agree that this whole crime and punishment thing is supposed to be serious business. But for two months now, I can't stop laughin...

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Neediest Cases | Thonn McMillan – New York Times

Neediest Cases | Thonn McMillanNew York TimesThonn McMillan is a 17-year-old from Grenada who has Wegener's granulomatosis, a rare disease that causes inflammation of the arteries and veins, making it hard for blood to flow to the body's organs...

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Far From Home and Fighting a Rare Disease – New York Times

New York TimesFar From Home and Fighting a Rare DiseaseNew York TimesThonn's disease was left untreated in Grenada for so long, his mother said, that his kidneys, lungs, heart and brain have been damaged. Evidently, he had been treated for tubercul...

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