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No bail for 3 men arrested in last Saturdays Drug Bust in St Mark

Three men among them two Vincentian nationals, arrested during a major drug bust on the high seas in the Parish of St. Mark last Saturday have been denied bail.  The three men, Rohan Primus, 28, sailor of Union Island, Shaun Blake, 28, mason of Kingstown, along with Grenadian Stephen “Burban” Francis a 27-year-old farmer of Grand Roy, St. John were ...

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No bail for 3 men arrested in last Saturdays Drug Bust in St Mark

Three men among them two Vincentian nationals, arrested during a major drug bust on the high seas in the Parish of St. Mark last Saturday have been denied bail.  The three men, Rohan Primus, 28, sailor of Union Island, Shaun Blake, 28, mason of Kingstown, along with Grenadian Stephen “Burban” Francis a 27-year-old farmer of Grand Roy, St. John were ...

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15, 000 Book Tablets For Grenada’s Students And Teachers

Fifteen thousand tablets will be distributed to students both in primary and Schools  Minister for Education, Emmalin Pierre in a press conference on Sunday that while her ministry is reasonably satisfied with the emergency measures taken to provide content, they’re quite aware that there are still households that do not have computers. She said since most homes have at least ...

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St. Andrew Farmer Charged with Non-Capital Murder

A thirty-two-year-old man from the village of Munich, charged in connection with last Friday’s murder of fellow villager, made his first appearance before the Grenville Magistrate Court on Tuesday on a charge of non-capital murder.   With no legal representation the accused man, Kimron Abraham, was not required to plead as the charge of non-capital murder was read to him ...

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15, 000 Book Tablets For Grenada’s Students And Teachers

Fifteen thousand tablets will be distributed to students both in primary and Schools  Minister for Education, Emmalin Pierre in a press conference on Sunday that while her ministry is reasonably satisfied with the emergency measures taken to provide content, they’re quite aware that there are still households that do not have computers. She said since most homes have at least ...

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St. Andrew Farmer Charged with Non-Capital Murder

A thirty-two-year-old man from the village of Munich, charged in connection with last Friday’s murder of fellow villager, made his first appearance before the Grenville Magistrate Court on Tuesday on a charge of non-capital murder.   With no legal representation the accused man, Kimron Abraham, was not required to plead as the charge of non-capital murder was read to him ...

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15, 000 Book Tablets For Grenada’s Students And Teachers

Fifteen thousand tablets will be distributed to students both in primary and Schools  Minister for Education, Emmalin Pierre in a press conference on Sunday that while her ministry is reasonably satisfied with the emergency measures taken to provide content, they’re quite aware that there are still households that do not have computers. She said since most homes have at least ...

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15, 000 Book Tablets For Grenada’s Students And Teachers

Fifteen thousand tablets will be distributed to students both in primary and Schools  Minister for Education, Emmalin Pierre in a press conference on Sunday that while her ministry is reasonably satisfied with the emergency measures taken to provide content, they’re quite aware that there are still households that do not have computers. She said since most homes have at least ...

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First Meeting Of Task Force As Government Explores Reactivation Of Economic Activity Post-COVID-19

Prime Minister and Chairman of Cabinet, Dr Keith Mitchell said he’s extremely satisfied with the outcome of the first meeting of the task force mandated to examine ways to reactivate economic activity in Grenada, post COVID-19. DR. Mitchell chaired the meeting on Wednesday 22nd April, which brought together representatives of multiple sectors and associations, along with government officials.  In his ...

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The RGPF Continues Its Investigation In The Cameroon Refugee Matter

The Royal Grenada Police Force (RGPF) is still investigating the issue of a Cameroon native presently in Grenada who initially sought asylum. Acting Commissioner of Police Edvin Martin told a press conference the Cameroon refugee has since been released into the care of a citizen. According to the commissioner, the individual arrived in Grenada on March 11th, 2020 for vacation ...

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