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GUYANA | Jagdeo refuses to answer SOCU’s questions on PradoVille 2 lands; denies security of president, ministers was reason for scheme

GUYANA | Jagdeo refuses to answer SOCU’s…

GEORGETOWN,  Guyana, September 17, 2018 - Former President Bharrat Jagdeo on Monday invoked presidential immunity and refused to respond to any questions concerning the allocation of housing lands at Goedeverwagting-Plaisance...

19-09-2018 Hits:4 Politics

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GUYANA | “No sell-out” of natural resources to Trinidad says Granger

GUYANA | “No sell-out” of natural resour…

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, September 19, 2018 - President David Granger today made it clear that there will be “no sell-out” of the country’s natural resources to Trinidad and Tobago, deeming the...

19-09-2018 Hits:10 Caribbean

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GUYANA | T&T supports Guyana on border controversy with Venezuela

GUYANA | T&T supports Guyana on bord…

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, September19, 2018 - Trinidad and Tobago- which historically enjoys close economic and political relations with Venezuela- will support Guyana in its border controversy with their Spanish-speaking neighbour, Prime...

19-09-2018 Hits:10 Caribbean

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JAMAICA| Gov't Developing National Register of Cultural Places and Objects

JAMAICA| Gov't Developing National Regis…

KINGSTON,  Jamaica, September 19, 2018 - The Government is receiving expertise from the Organization of American States (OAS) in developing a national register of cultural heritage places and objects.

19-09-2018 Hits:5 Entertainment

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BARBADOS | Debt Restructuring The Way To Stability

BARBADOS | Debt Restructuring The Way To…

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, September 19, 2018 - Barbados’ debt restructuring is the way back to the path of stability! This was the clear message from Government’s Special Advisor on the Economy...

19-09-2018 Hits:14 Business & Economy

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JAMAICA | Gov’t Bans Single-Use Plastic Bags, Plastic Straws and Styrofoam

JAMAICA | Gov’t Bans Single-Use Plastic …

KINGSTON, Jamaica September 18, 2018 -nStarting January 1, 2019, the Government will be imposing a ban on the importation, manufacture, distribution and use of specific categories of plastic packaging materials.

18-09-2018 Hits:9 Environment

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JAMAICA | Rail Service from Mobay to Appleton to be Revived Soon

JAMAICA | Rail Service from Mobay to App…

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Sept 18, 2018 - Minister of Transport and Mining Robert Montague, says the rail service from Montego Bay to the Appleton Estate in St. Elizabeth will be revived...

18-09-2018 Hits:6 Tourism

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JAMAICA | Cabinet Reviews Policy on the Public's Right to Beach Access

JAMAICA | Cabinet Reviews Policy on the …

KINGSTON,  Jamaica, Sept 18, 2018 - Cabinet is reviewing the government's Beach Access and Management Policy with a view to reinforcing the right of public access to recreational beaches owned, managed...

18-09-2018 Hits:10 local news

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JAMAICA | Holness announces US$1M roadway to bypass Simpson-Miller Square

JAMAICA | Holness announces US$1M roadwa…

KINGSTON, Sept. 18, 2018 - As the Government makes yet another effort to alleviate the traffic on the Spanish Town Road in the vicinity of the Three Miles area of...

18-09-2018 Hits:11 local news

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BARBADOS Switches To E-Passports

BARBADOS Switches To E-Passports

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, - Persons applying for Barbados passports for the first time, or those seeking to renew them, will now be issued with an e-passport.

18-09-2018 Hits:15 Caribbean

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Venezuela: is a US-backed 'military option' to oust Maduro gaining favour?

Venezuela: is a US-backed 'military opti…

When Donald Trump first floated the idea of a “military option” in Venezuela last year, he was widely rebuffed by regional leaders and policy experts. Even the US president’s closest...

13-09-2018 Hits:23 Latin America

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ANTIGUA | Parliament passes CCJ legislation, Referendum on November 6

ANTIGUA | Parliament passes CCJ legislat…

ST JOHN’S − The Antigua and Barbuda Parliament has voted to embrace the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) as the island’s final appellate court, thus paving the way for the...

13-09-2018 Hits:71 Politics

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GUYANA | Sports tourism being used to market destination Guyana

GUYANA | Sports tourism being used to ma…

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, September 11, 2018 - Guyana is expected to see a rise in international visitors as the Tourism Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG) and the Hero Caribbean Premier...

12-09-2018 Hits:23 Tourism

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GUYANA | Exxon’s second exploration vessel scheduled to arrive in Guyana in October

GUYANA | Exxon’s second exploration vess…

Georgetown, Guyana – September 12, 2018 -  ExxonMobil is bringing to Guyana, a second exploration vessel, the Noble Tom Madden, which is due to arrive in October. This vessel will focus primarily...

12-09-2018 Hits:22 Energy

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GUYANA | Ministry of Petroleum likely to come on stream by 2020 – Granger

GUYANA | Ministry of Petroleum likely to…

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - President David Granger today said a Ministry of Petroleum is likely to come on stream in 2020 when oil production starts.

12-09-2018 Hits:27 Energy

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BARBADOS | Travel Tips For Hurricane Season

BARBADOS | Travel Tips For Hurricane Sea…

BRIDGETOWN,  Barbados, Sept. 12, 2018 - Barbadians travelling in the region, especially between June 1 and November 30, should be mindful that a natural disaster could occur and should be...

12-09-2018 Hits:43 Tourism

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