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(PRESS RELEASE) — Labour Minister Stephenson King has ruled in favour of the five former employees of Soufriere Hot Wire Rides Ltd. The company made the services of these employees redundant without following the process enshrined in the Labour Act 2006 section 369. The workers, who were represented by the National Workers Union (NWU), had ...

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Wilton’s Yard or the Grave Yard as the community is also known has a very negative reputation. The reports from the community is often one of death and destruction. But this is where one of HTS four candidates for person of the year hails and this is where that his leadership and heroism may have saved two …
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White sand beaches, sparkling blue beaches and gorgeous sunshine are just a few of the draws to visiting the Caribbean, but if you needed another reason to head out there, the region is also a growing gambling destination. Over 22 countries in the region have legalised gambling with over 22,000 slot machines, 1,280 gaming tables […]

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This year has seen the biggest surge in the amount of people investing in cryptocurrency trading. The concept is now a stable within financial markets and more investors are starting to discover the benefits of delving into this worldwide phenomenon. Here are the leading cryptocurrencies currently in operation: ? Bitcoin ? Litecoin ? Ethereum ? […]

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(SNO) — The first stage of competition in the 2018-2019 Veterans Football Tournament is complete, with Soufriere, Gros Islet, Central Vieux Fort, and Flow Lancers FC emerging as the top teams going into the Christmas break. Gros Islet bossed Group B, winning all four of their group matches and ending with 12 points, and a ...

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Labour Minister, Stephenson King, has ruled in favour of the five former employees of Soufriere Hot Wire Rides Ltd, after he company made  them redundant, the National Workers Union (NWU) has said. King has also requested that the workers be compensated, it was reported. The NWU said in a news release Wednesday that the workers […]

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By Hudson George Some old time Grenadians traditions have almost disappeared and new ones have evolved or imported from neighbouring countries. I remember when I was a little boy growing up in Grenada people used to serenade on the streets singing with live string bands and Tambo Bamboo music in the villages during the Christmas […]

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Dear Sir: On Tuesday, November 6, the citizens of Antigua/Barbuda and Grenada soundly rejected the entreaties of local and regional elites to vote “yes” in separate referenda to replace the London-based Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC) with the Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as their highest appellate court. This outcome should have […]

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