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CARICOM To Tackle Honey Ban

There may be a light at the end of the tunnel for both local and regional bee-keepers, as the ban on the importation of honey on the Trinidad market has received regional attention from heads of government.

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Forrester Responds

Terrence Forrester sought to clarify a particular statement made by Prime Minister Mitchell, regarding his request for a diplomatic passport. Prior to the passing of his wife, Forrester admits he made the request, in order to facilitate travels, ...

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Fallen From Grace

Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell says he has nothing but pity for former mouth piece of the New National Party. Terrence Forrester, who once served as public relations officer for the party, has surfaced recently to publicly oppose the NNP admin...

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Developmental Swimming Program

Children with an interest in swimming will have an opportunity to engage in the sport. The ministry of sports will host a two-month developmental swimming program in Carriacou and Petite Martinique. This is to provide quality swimming instruc...

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TIA Committed To Serving Grenada

Grenadians have been clamoring for a regional air service that is affordable and timely. Representative for Trans-Atlantic Air, Clifton James says that can now be found in TIA, which recently began service to several regional routes, inclusive o...

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