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Locked In Limbo

A registered nurse who can no longer work due to injuries she sustained on the job is still locked in a legal battle to be compensated from the ministry of health.

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Women Get Involved

A call is being made for more of the country’s young women to get into the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. This as Grenada joined the rest of the globe last week in recognising Girls in ICT Day 2017. It is aimed at...

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New Regulators For Credit Unions

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) could soon be the regulator for credit unions. Prime minister and minister with responsibility for national security, Dr. Keith Mitchell was asked to respond to concerns that this move could result in add...

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Step Away From Self Preservation

The Trade Union Council (TUC) is urging parliamentarians to step away from “self-preservation” in an attempt to express solidarity with public officers. The TUC is maintaining its demand for a freeze of parliamentarian’s pension.

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PM Says No To Marijuana

International countries are adopting the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes. However in the Caribbean and here in Grenada, leaders continue to blow aside the use of the herb. One such leader who makes it clear that he will prefer to lose v...

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