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Grenada, Russia Relationship

Grenada To Open Diplomatic Mission In Russia

  • 17 January, 2017
  • by Grenada Spot

ST GEORGE’S, Grenada (CMC) — Russia is hinting at further debt relief for Grenada after the island signed an agreement on settlement of its debt to the Russian Federation through the Paris Club in November 2015.

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Andy Johnson

Behind The Lens With Photographer Andy Johnson

  • 21 November, 2016
  • by Grenada Spot

Andy Johnson is a self-taught photographer from Grenada, whose work encompasses a cross range of disciplines. Well known for his vibrant and vivid images of the landscape of Grenada and not limited to the locals.

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Lunarepic Flyknit Running Shoes

Kirani James Featured in Nike's Lunarepic Flyknit Running Shoes

  • 16 March, 2016
  • by Grenada Spot

When Nike's designers set out to create the LunarEpic Flyknit, they had an ambitious goal: To create a shoe that would work with, and bring consistent comfort to, any type of runner – whether they were fitting in a leisurely run to decompress after a day of work, training for a 5K or pushing for a PB.

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Quissa Baptise

Quissa Baptiste, An 18 Year Old UWI Law Student And Artist

  • 08 December, 2015
  • by Grenada Spot

Quissa Baptiste, an 18 year old UWI law student, is the daughter of a Grenadian, Dr. Martin Baptiste and Andrea Baptiste, a former TAMCC Lecturer. She first started her craft in Grenada, where she grew up and received her early education at Green Street Pre Primary and St. Andrews Methodist Primary School. Those at the Grenville and Nook Evangelical Church are familiar with this songbird.

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Adonna-Campbell_Terel-Moore-Photography

GRENADIAN DIVAS GO VIRAL WITH 11 MILLION VIEWS ON FACEBOOK

  • 30 March, 2015
  • by Grenada Spot

'They were just a bunch of island girls hanging out, when they decided to record a video cover for fun. It was their friend Solange Dowden who decided to upload the fun video they made, so their friends could enjoy it too. After all, it was just their friends who viewed this kind of thing, right?

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Rachel Oneika Phillips

Broadway Dancer-Actress, Grenada's Rachel Oneika Phillips

  • 04 December, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'Dancer, Rachel Oneika Phillips, moved to Grenada from Guyana, as a child. While she attended Westmoreland Junior School and later St Joseph’s Convent, she describes her mother’s decision to enrol her into the Grenada Dance Workshop as, “the tether and rooting that truly made Grenada home.

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Jason Roberts

Footballer Turned Philanthropist Jason Roberts MBE

  • 02 December, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'The media often portray footballers as flash-living, fast-spending superstars, who seem to be under more pressure to become global brands than role-models.Admirably, Jason Roberts MBE turns this stereotype on its head, which is why it's an honour to celebrate his achievements on this 40 under 40 list.

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Grenada Attends World Travel Market

Grenada Representatives To Attends World Travel Market

  • 04 November, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'(St. George's, Grenada) 3 November, 2014 - Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Hon. Alexandra Otway-Noel leads the Grenadian delegation which includes representatives from the Grenada Tourism Authority and the tourism sector to the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, United Kingdom. The event takes place 3rd - 6th November, 2014.

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Caribbean Grenada

The Caribbean Nations And Their Ties To America Rising Debt

  • 28 October, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'It's imperative to stop listening to the propaganda and start paying attention to facts: The US government has accumulated more debt than any other nation in the history of the world... and is in a position where they must borrow money to pay interest on the money they've already borrowed. Since the end of World War II, the US has been in the driver seat. The Fed essentially sets global monetary policy. Foreign banks are forced to rely on the US banking system.

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Westerhall Estate Grenada

Fun Things To Do While In The Spice Isles Hashing / Hiking in Grenada

  • 27 October, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'Hashing is trail running / hiking in a group with a big focus on socializing (liming) afterwards. The Hashers proudly call themselves "Drinkers with a running problem". Every Saturday the designated hasher sets the trail, marking it with shredded paper. Watch out for false trails though which lead to a dead end. They purposely set them to throw you off track.

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Steve Mcqueen Grenadas Future Creatives

Steve Mcqueen Grenadas Future Creatives'

  • 13 October, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'Although Grenada is small in land area and population, she has produced international superstars. Kirani James is the first that comes to mind for most people. His gold medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London gave Grenada the highest per capita medal count in the world. Eddie Bullen is a Grenadian musician and producer of over 150 albums.

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Kalinago People

Grenada, The Gateway And Spirit Of The Kalinago People'

  • 07 October, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'"Grenada, the Gateway and Spirit of the Kalinago People"
Some five thousand years ago, indigenous explorers who set out from Lowland South America headed out in search of new lands for farming, fishing and hunting. Their first stop was Grenada which was then known as Camaghone (Kamahone).

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Kirani James Wins A Close 200m In Tokyo

GRENADA'S TOP RANKING ATHLETES'

  • 30 September, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'Olympic and Commonwealth champion, Ki­rani James, is ranked by the IAAF and Cen­tral American and the Caribbean (CAC) as the number One 400 meter athlete for 2014 athletic season.

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Mr. Gold'n Carriacou Grenada

A Taste of Grenada with Disney Cruise Line'

  • 24 September, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'Next up in our series about Port Adventures on our Southern Caribbean cruises is what to do from the port of St. George’s, Grenada. Known as the “Spice Isle,” Grenada is filled with spice estates, tropical gardens, beautiful beaches, thrilling diving, snorkeling, fishing and exploration through mountain landscapes and waterfalls. There’s an adventure to be had by everyone, with more options than I can possibly tell you about today!

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Mr. Gold'n Carriacou Grenada

Groovy King Sends Early Warning'

  • 22 September, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'If the crop of finalists for the 2015 Groovy finals thinks that they would have an easy parade on stage to capture the crown from the current king, they will have to think again.

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Labor Day in NYC 2014

Bunji Garlin Breaks Out: On the Road With America's First Soca Pop Star'

  • 19 September, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'New York's West Indian Day Parade has marked the city's Labor Day weekend for decades, and this year, the festivities begin at 9 p.m. on a Wednesday night. "They say this is the last weekend of summer!" yells local radio celeb DJ Prostyle, doing his best to make everyone aboard the VP Records' "Carnival Gold" yacht party forget that Thursday and Friday are technically still work days.

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Ackayda Stafford

Humble Kirani James Tries To Avoid Talk Of Setting 400m World Record'

  • 24 August, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'World champion at 18. Olympic gold at 19. The Commonwealth title this year, at 21. Yet when you ask other athletes about Kirani James, one word is repeated as if on loop: humble. "My philosophy is just to compete to my best of my abilities and run fast," he says in a soft Grenadian singsong accent. "As long as that happens, I will keep improving. That's the goal.

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Ackayda Stafford

Bishop College Teacher On Cocain Charges'

  • 24 August, 2014
  • by Grenada Spot

'Ackayda Stafford 30, was nabbed by members of the drug squad as she disem­barked the crowded Osprey Shuttle in St George's on Friday August 8; the evening of the Groovy and Soca Mon­arch competitions.

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