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John Holt - One of Reggae's biggest stars dies aged 69
Manager Copeland Forbes has confirmed, the legendary singer John Kenneth Holt died on Sunday evening in a London Hospital. It's not clear what the cause...
Do you have a parent or loved one living alone in the Caribbean?
If you have a parent or loved living alone in the Caribbean, what is your greatest fear? Would you pay US$29.99 a month to keep them safe and...
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Fragile progress in Haiti three years on, but more needs to be done
Fragile progress in Haiti three years on, but more needs to be done Three years after the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti in January 2010, hundreds of thousands of...
Survey shows vast majority of Haitian quake survivors living in camps are unable to leave  - Oxfam calls for urgent action to prevent eviction of thousands from camps
More than 86 percent of people living in the camps in the Delmas area of Port-au-Prince say that they are unable to leave these tent cities because they cannot afford...
For Immediate Release October 26, 2012 Oxfam reacts to Hurricane Sandy passing through Haiti: International agency Oxfam has been in the field and talked directly...
Why Do the Caribbean Islands Arc?
LOS ANGELES, CA, U.S.A. -- The Caribbean islands have been pushed east over the past 50 million years, driven by the movement of the Earth’s viscous mantle against the more...
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Tens of thousands at risk of cholera in Haiti after Tropical Storm Isaac - Oxfam
Those wishing to make a donation should visit International aid agency Oxfam is warning that tens of thousands of people are at risk of cholera in the...
Haiti dodges eye of storm, but camp dwellers still at risk from flooding and cholera - Oxfam
Those wishing to make a donation should visit Thousands of people living in refugee camps in Haiti remain at risk from flooding and disease, according to international aid...
Oxfam prepares for possible impact of Tropical Storm Isaac - due to hit Haiti on Friday 24th August 2012
Oxfam teams in Haiti are working to prepare communities to help avoid damage from Tropical Storm Isaac, which is expected to hit the country today (Friday 24 August), and are...
It’s time to don your feathers and sequins as Antigua and Barbuda are actively preparing for the annual extravaganza that is the Antigua Carnival. Taking...
1st African American Golfer to Win 1st Place in LPGA US Womens Open TOP TV Finalist!
Zakiya Randall First African American Female Golfer to Win 1st Place and Qualify for LPGA US Womens Open, is TOP TV Finalist on NBC - Golf Channel BIG BREAK Atlantis,...
    Milerock and Victoria draw 3 all , Alpha United and BK Western Tigers 1-1   The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Super League continued with three games on Sunday,...
  (Cricinfo)-Five years after Australia won the World Cup in a farcical finish in the dark at Kensington Oval, they again celebrated a victory there in fading light as the...
DEAR EDITOR, In the Kaieteur News of Sunday 8th April, 2012 Minister of Education, Ms. Priya Manickchand says there has been ‘renewed interests specifically in the area of Mathematics across...
  DEAR EDITOR, The DPP in Guyana operates without oversight, respect or regard for international norms when exercising her discretion and making decisions to prosecute. The following cases reminds us...
  DEAR EDITOR, During the election campaign, the AFC said it would appoint four Guyanese from the Diaspora as its M.Ps. The party campaigned on that pledge. I and...
  DEAR EDITOR, The Guyana Chronicle headline dated 04/12/12 and captioned, “Moses has lost his way now a self confessed child abuser”, can be described as nothing but a lowdown,...
  - slashing of bloated Ministries “We have to use the cutting knife on salaries of the over-bloated Ministerial bureaucracy, on travel on first-class tickets, and allowances to stay at...
  Under the Ministry of Public Works, three bids were submitted yesterday for the Amaila Falls road and transmission line clearing project (Section Seven) – Kuribrong River Bank to Amaila...
  China’s Datang Telecom Technology and Industry Group has been identified as the Hong Kong-based buyer of 20 per cent of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T). The name...
    It look like if de whole budget debate gun be pun de pension wha de Rat getting. Dem boys did expect this because when Shaatie announce how much...
  The issue of abortion is back again. Member of Parliament Dr George Norton made a pitch for the Georgetown Public Hospital to become involved in abortions merely because its...
The Government of Scotland will have a referendum in 2014 to determine if the Scottish people want to have a sovereign Scotland. Decades ago, there was such a vote in...
  Attorney General makes submission to DPP on Greene’s rape allegation Attorney General Anil Nandlall yesterday submitted a six-page document to the Director of Public Prosecutions outlining his considered opinion...
  The Bartica Police operating in tandem with the Guyana Geology Mines Commission found 18 Brazilians engaging in illegal mining...
  A Partnership for National Unity is calling on Government to extend its services at public hospitals to include the termination of pregnancies, which is a woman’s right in Guyana....
  Guyana yesterday made oral presentations before the United Nations (UN) in support of its application to extend the country’s continental shelf by a further 150 nautical miles. The presentation...
-three escape by jumping through broken window By Leonard Gildarie A West Bank Demerara community was last night plunged into grief after two children were burnt to death during a...
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