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Who is responsible for school children during school hours?

Recently there have been reports of children in school uniform seen walking around the town and other...

Mind the storm clouds

Some people may remember the spirit of unrest that existed in some parts of the world in...

Is suicide still a crime?

There is a saying “When something is working, why try to fix it.” This is applicable for...

Neighbour house on fire, wet yours

We chose the name for our editorial this week to help guard people from neighbouring countries against...

Paying more attention to addressing the legacy of slavery

While news from the Permanent Mission of Grenada to the United Nations is seen by some as...

Should we continue to take water for granted?

On Monday of this week Grenada joined in celebrating World Water Day. Through the National Water and...

The conversation is loud on the vaccines

Minister Nickolas Steele and other health officials seem to be baffled as to why more people are...

What’s the point of celebrating Women’s Day

This week we examine the real significance of celebrating Women’s Day since women continue to face unsurmountable challenges. It’s all well...

Glorifying a Coup d’état or celebrating Grenada’s Revolution

Celebrating the Grenada Revolution in the times of COVID: Focusing on the economy, education, health and people’s power is the theme...

Recent shark sighting had a sad ending

This week saw a sad story when on Tuesday, a shark was found on Dr Grooms beach. The shark which most...

Still struggling with independence 47 years later

Grenada has seen its 47th year of independence and despite the celebrations, there are telling signs that our independence is not...

That road to Independence

At this time every year the discussions led by the media focus on Grenada attaining independent status from Great Britain. While...
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