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A Move To Eradicate Flogging

To coincide with emancipation celebration, an attorney at law has filed an application before the High Court seeking to declare the sentence of flogging “unconstitutional” and thereby removed from law books.

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All In Agreement

The actual date of emancipation, August 1st, is now being recognised. Traditionally, it was celebrated on the first Monday in August.

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Grenada Celebrates Emancipation Day

Grenada joins the region, as well as several other countries across the world, in celebrating more than one hundred years of freedom from slavery. To commemorate the occasion, a wreath was laid at the Melville Street Barracks and a special ceremo...

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Land Bank Project Launch

Putting idle and underutilized lands to use is the objective of a recent project launched. Approximately 57% of the land in Grenada is used as agriculture lands, with estimates showing 20% left as abandoned.

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Emancipation Celebrations

Over the years, activities surrounding emancipation day celebrations were held on August 1st and 2nd. This year there is a change in terms of when the day is recognised and when the rainbow city festivities will be held. Chief executive officer ...

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