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Guyana’s opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP)), has accused the government of attempting to hold on to power despite a December 21, 2018 no confidence vote that went against the coalition administration of President David Granger. The PPP is challenging  what it says is a move by the Government to use the issue of dual citizenship […]

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Charrandas Persaud, who voted with Guyana’s opposition in support of a no-confidence motion against the coalition government of which he was part, has the backing of the leader of the Lucian Peoples Movement(LPM). Therold Prudent believes that Persaud did ‘the right thing’ on December 21, 2018 when the motion was debated. “It shows that democracy […]

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A police dog handler in the US has been sacked after being caught on camera shooting a Chihuahua. Reports identified the dog as a Chihuahua mix which weighs less than 10 pounds. Footage of Deputy Keenan Wallace opening fire on the tiny animal sparked a backlash on social media, Sky News said. It quoted Sheriff […]

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Classes at the Ciceron Primary School will commence on Wednesday January 09, 2019, for students of the institution, the Department of Education, Innovation and Gender Relations  has announced. In a notice to parents and guardians, the department explained that the development  was due to the “remanence of fumes emanating from chemicals used during repair works at the […]

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Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM) has officially opened its  Barbados campus at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, with classes expected to begin on Monday, according to Barbados Today. The newspaper  quoted Barbados Prime Minister, Mia Mottley, as encouraging Barbadians in her feature address to the opening ceremony to embrace the 1,350 students like their […]

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A jogger was attacked by a dog in a California park, but police say it was the dog’s owner who left bite marks on her arm. LT. David Phulps of East Bay Regional Parks told NBC Bay Area that  in addition to the bite, there was some punching and kicking involved. Phulps said it was […]

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The Saint Lucia Air and Sea Ports Authority (SLASPA) has announced that as of Monday, January 7, 2019, imported vehicles will not exit the port without the necessary clearances. “As of the effective date, imported vehicles will not exit the port without the necessary clearances from SLASPA and the Customs and Excise Department,” a release […]

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