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Barrels Delayed

Several customers of one shipping company are unhappy that their barrels did not make it home in time for Christmas. And they are not keeping quiet about it! They were very vocal at the company’s headquarters this morning.

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A Look At Lymphomas

In the meantime, the recent discovery of lymphoma on four year old Renold Felix has prompted curiosity as to the cause among some members of the public. Local medical practitioner Dr. Barrymore Mc Barnette says over the years the non-Hodgkin’s ...

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A Challenging Year For Health

2016 has been categorized by the Pan American Health Organisation as a challenging one, health wise. A number of mosquito borne illnesses plagued countries throughout the world. Here in Grenada was no exception. Citizens were plagued by the ...

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Art In Remote St. John

A local artist, who trades his wares in remote St. John, is looking forward to a good year. His work includes scenes from the carenage and sunsets.

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Translators Needed In The Tourism Industry

Meanwhile, translators are wanted in the tourism industry. The Grenada Tourism Authority says there is a gap to be filled and people should look at pursuing careers in foreign languages. All to better serve visitors to the tri island state.

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