Hits: 300 Created on 03 October 2016 Written by RGPF Category: SPORT
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RGPF SAYS CONGRATULATIONS

St. George -- Acting Commissioner of Police, Winston James extends heartiest congratulations on behalf of the rank and file of the RGPF to Corporal of Police, Damion Daniel on his remarkable feat at the just concluded 44th Central American and Caribbean Bodybuilding Championship, which was held in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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Hits: 292 Created on 02 October 2016 Written by GIS Category: SPORT
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PRIME MINISTER CONGRATULATES BODYBUILDING ATHLETES, DANIEL AND JAMES

St. George -- Damion Daniel and Hafid Tyrone James have put in outstanding performances at the just completed 44th Central American and Caribbean Bodybuilding Championships in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Read more: CONGRATULATIONS, GENTLEMEN
 
Hits: 416 Created on 24 September 2016 Written by Antigua Observer Category: SPORT
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SIR ANDY LAMENTS RESIGNATION OF PM MITCHELL

Antigua - Former West Indies fast bowler and the first Antiguan to play for the regional squad, Sir Andy Roberts, has lamented the departure of Grenada's Prime Minister, Dr Keith Mitchell from the chairmanship of Caricom's sub-committee on cricket governance.

Read more: HE MADE THE MOST NOISE
 
Hits: 328 Created on 23 September 2016 Written by Derick Sealy Category: SPORT
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THE BIGGER PICTURE

We are about to have a referendum on constitution reform so that the Grenadian people could have a say in reforming some aspects of their constitution.  This process would not be giving us a new and finished constitution but instead the reforms of some seven (7) bills.  The original document will continue to be looked at in the future and changes made to suit the times. They say it's our time now!

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Hits: 337 Created on 20 September 2016 Written by Rae Roberts Category: SPORT
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CAMERON, PERHAPS THE MOST INFERIOR OF ALL W. I PRESIDENTS

The lingering confusion, the public disrespect for the leadership of the current West Indies Cricket Board and the demise of the West Indies team in world cricket has much to do with the poor quality of leadership coming from the respective boards that make up the board of directors.

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