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Milo Is Safe For Consumption

The Grenada Bureau of Standards is calling a broadcast message being circulated via social media about Milo as fake. They say there is no threat and Grenadians need not worry.

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Book Review On The Horizon

It has become a tradition where used school books are passed on from one grade to another, easing the burden on parent’s pockets. However this may not be the case next year, as the ministry of education says there will be a book review and chan...

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Heritage Site Concerns

Plans are underway for the construction of a Kalinago Museum in La Potrie, a basketball court, as well as the expansion of the La Poterie Playing Field. While community activist Evan Bhola says this spells good news for the community; there are ...

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An Environmental Hazard

Residents continue to bemoan the deplorable state of the building which once housed Grenville Public Library. The library, which has been closed for a number of years, has now become a health hazard according to residents. Footage of its deplora...

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Grenville Vendors’ Woes

Users of the Grenville Vendors’ Mall are calling on government to ensure that a much more sanitary environment is created. That concern is being compounded by news that they may soon be displaced, to accommodate a much larger project.

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