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Tougher Penalties For Sex Crimes

Michelle Alexander, a student of the St. George’s University, is no stranger when it comes to advocacy against child domestic abuse and violence. A victim herself, Alexander has sought the assistance of Kathy Tuccaro and Sharmin Prince, who are...

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World Health Day

As Grenada joins with the world in observing World Health Day, health officials are reporting that depression, which this year’s observance is centered around, is one of the leading causes of death among youth.

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Government Writes To WRB

WRB enterprises say it has received some communication from government, in relation to its formal demand for the repurchase of GPP’s shares in Grenlec. But the communique` does not state their final decision as to how they will proceed.

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Corned Beef Ban Lifted

Local supermarkets and other wholesale and retailers have been given the all clear to restock their shelves with corned beef originating from Brazil. Last month the ministry of health advised consumers to refrain from consuming corned beef and pr...

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Police Investigate Death And Fire

Police is investigating the discovery of a man found dead in Hermitage St. Patrick Friday morning as well as a fire that gutted a two bedroom house in the same vicinity.

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