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Pension March

The public workers union is calling on its membership to join in on a pension march on Friday. April 4th marked the anniversary of pension in Grenada, under the National Insurance Scheme, since it began in 1983. President of the union Rachael Ro...

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Stifling Creativity

Labor senator Raymond Roberts says he fears the newly approved Spicemas Corporation Bill can stifle entrepreneurship and creativity in carnival. Already approved by the lower house, the bill was taken apart by senators in the upper house on Wedne...

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Petition Against Increased Rates

A concerned flow customer has started an online petition in protest of the company’s notice to increase prices by amending their broadband packages.

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TAWU Protest Action

The Technical and Allied Workers Union has taken industrial action against Cable and Wireless, now operating as flow. Unionized workers were today seen with red ribbons, in a show of solidarity with workers who were retrenched between 2012 and 2015.

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Massive Man Hunt Continues

A massive man hunt is on for a river road resident, who’s been on the loose since around midday yesterday. Police and prison officials are pulling out all the stops in locating Clint Thomas, whose offences include unlawful carnal knowledge.

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