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Passing On Tradition

Looking beyond the season, George Mitchell believes there is more talent ripe for the picking and nurturing and plans are underway to develop the art form through various mediums. Mitchell says...
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Virgin Parish Gives Back

After capturing several titles during the 2017 carnival season, the Virgin Parish Cultural Organization has decided to give back to its supporters.
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Keeping Furniture Promise

The ministry of education says it’s holding true to its promise of providing improved furniture to schools. This follows a major fall-out between the ministry of education and the Grenada Union...
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Tenant Blamed For Fire

A landlord is blaming her tenant for causing a fire which completely destroyed her two bedroom apartment in Belmont. The incident occurred on July 27th.
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Encouraging Wise Financial Management

Preparing students to become good financial leaders is the reason behind the GUT Credit Union’s financial seminar. For the first time since its inception five years ago, the credit union has...
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High Commendation

The performance of students from both the St. Mark’s Secondary and the Hillsborough Secondary has come into high commendation by the education minister, Anthony Boatswain. In assessing the...
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