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Increase In Via Screening

Have you heard of the V.I.A. test? Records show that there is an increase in the number of women in Grenada, who use visual inspection with acetic acid (vinegar) or V.I.A test. The test is used for screening for cervical pre cancer as we hear mo...

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28 Buildings Down For Demolition

The process has begun. That of the Ministry of Works giving attention to dilapidated buildings within the town of St. George, following months of appeal by Non-governmental organizations. The public has been concerned. The concern is over ...

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Commonwealth Explains The Rights And Freedom Bill

Commonwealth specialist on human rights, Karen McKenzie, last evening addressed the controversial rights and freedoms bill. She responded to concern that the bill opens up the door to same sex marriage sometime in the future. Ms. McKenzie was a...

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Referendum Date Pushed To November

October 27th is no longer the referendum date. Attorney General Cajeton Hood announced today that Grenadians will not be voting next week, as a decision has been taken to postpone the referendum by at least a month.

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World Food Day Celebrations

October 16th is recognized annually as world food day, a celebration that is ongoing since its establishment in 1979. With the purpose of eradicating hunger, Grenada joined with the world to commemorate this occasion.

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