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Liat’s New Schedule

Minister for tourism & civil aviation, Dr. Clarice Modest-Curwen, has announced the restoration of the daily early-morning Liat service to Barbados. Liat withdrew this and another service in late 2016, prompting local officials to seek alternat...

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Returned Safe

Three families are breathing a sigh of relief, after a weekend hiking expedition left them panicking.

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More Outreach Needed

Despite Grenada having the lowest crime rate in the region, Superintendent Sylvan McIntyre believes more community outreach in needed, especially in the area of conflict resolution.

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2nd Homicide For 2017

A Boca family is in mourning, as a weekend altercation left one relative dead and the other detained by police. The deceased is 55 year old Glen Baptiste.

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Tsunami Simulation Exercise Next Week

Communities, schools and businesses along Grenada’s northern coastline and also in Carriacou will participate in a tsunami simulation exercise on Tuesday. The activity forms part of carib wave 2017 as efforts are being made to increase awarenes...

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