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Dancing For Impact

The concept of a flash mob is fairly new to Grenada. However one was flawlessly executed last Friday in St. George, as youths from several local organizations came together in dance. The activity was aimed at raising awareness for an upcomin...

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NaDMA Consultation

Capacity building in disaster risk reduction, in both the public and private sectors was the focus of a one day consultation. It was hosted by the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA), in collaboration with USAID.

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Carnival Rules 2017

No serpents alive or dead, no cross dressing to disguise your identity and no covering of facial features. These are just some of several rules people should be mindful of in the season of festivity. The Community Relations Department of the...

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Police Concerned Over False Reporting

The Royal Grenada Police Force has reiterated their stance, that there is no truth to reports that a female has admitted to police, responsibility for the July 2nd incident that claimed the lives of two St. Andrew residents.

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CARICOM To Tackle Honey Ban

There may be a light at the end of the tunnel for both local and regional bee-keepers, as the ban on the importation of honey on the Trinidad market has received regional attention from heads of government.

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