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Former Opposition Leader And Former Minister Of Agriculture And Reppresentative For St. Andrew’s South West Michael Babtiste Speaks Out After 17 Years

And Says “Yes I Got Ec$38,000.00 Which Was Wired To My Account, But…  After returning to Grenada from the United States of America, Mr. Michael Baptiste although going back to leave in his home village of Munich in St. Andrew, started operating the favorite Talk of The Town Restaurant and Bar on Granby Street in St. George.  His intention was ...

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No bail for Vincentian caught in last Tuesday’s drug bust

A forty-one-year-old St Vincent national, one of four men charged in last Tuesday’s drug bust in the village of Brizan in St George’s has been denied bail.  Clydon Osbourne, a fisherman by trade who has been residing in Grenada for the past two years was denied bail by Acting Chief Magistrate Teddy St Louis at the St. George’s Magistrate Court ...

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Homeless man charged in connection with fires in the city

A homeless man who frequently roams the City of St George has been slapped with seven counts of arson being the sole suspect in the January 9th fire on Grenville Street in the town of St George that left a number of businesses in ruins.   Assisted by defense lawyer Jerry Edwin, the accused man Andy St Bernard aka “Bacoo,” ...

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Man dies after stabbing incident in St Mark

Police have charged one man with non-capital murder following the death of a 46-year-old man from the village of Waltham in St Mark following a stabbing incident in that village just after 10 pm on Monday. The charge was slapped on 31-year-old Randy Bartholomew of Duquense Bay, St. Mark on Wednesday, holding him responsible for the death.  Dead is father ...

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Display the Correct Colours

The national colours of Grenada are red, gold and green and that is what is supposed to be displayed on the National Flag. One particular Grenadian is upset that over the years people have replaced the gold in the flag with yellow and it seems to be accepted by everyone.  The gentleman who came into the office of the Grenada ...

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Mt. Rose SDA Primary Wins Courts Reading Competition

After weeks of preliminary rounds of competition, nine-year-old Melody Garrett, a student of the Mt. Rose SDA Primary School emerged winner of the 11th annual Courts reading competition amassing 475 points.  Caleb Mc Sween of St. Matthew’s R.C, placed 2nd with 468 points while 3rd place went to Nakayla Baldeo of St. John’s Anglican School who totalled 412 points.  Melody’s ...

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Fake doctor pleads guilty

A nineteen-year-old St John’s resident who appeared in court last week for impersonating a medical doctor and illegally treating over thirty patients has pleaded guilty to seven counts of criminal offence levelled against him.  Appearing before Acting Chief Magistrate Teddy St Louis at the St George’s Number One Magistrate Court on Tuesday, the accused Ahkim Andrew pleaded guilty to four ...

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KFC National Relay Meet Is Here Again KFC Pledges $110,000

After a year break the KFC Relay Meet is on again in 2020 with added fun filled events.  After 23 years on the annual nationals ports calendar, organisers of the KFC relay meet are hoping to come bigger and better this year. Two new events have been added to their list of activities to be held on February (*) 2020.  ...

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Drug Squad Strikes Again

Police officers attached to the Anti-Drug Operation Squad of the Royal Grenada Police Force, have landed yet another blow to the drug trade in Grenada. According to information reaching the Grenada Informer, some 134 pounds of compressed marijuana was seized during an early morning operation carried out in the village of Brizan on Tuesday.  Sources said that the officers, acting ...

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