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(INEWS GUYANA) — The suspicious actions of an unidentified man led E Division (Linden-Kwakwani) Police to the discovery of a marijuana farm at Coomacka, Upper Berbice River. According to Divisional Commander Linden Lord, ranks were on patrol in the Coomacka Mines area, when they gave chase to the male, who was observed acting in a ...

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(NEWS ROOM) — Bandits broke into the Lot 22 Grant 1655 Crabwood Creek house of 59-year-old Deoprakash “William” Lallbachan and stabbed him three times to the chest at around 22:30hrs Friday night. Police are investigating the motive for the killing since the two men who broke into the house did not steal anything. Lallbachan was ...

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(BBC) — West Indies captain Jason Holder will miss the final Test against England after being banned by the International Cricket Council. The all-rounder, 27, will serve a one-match suspension for his side’s slow over-rate in the 10-wicket win in the second Test in Antigua. The third Test in St Lucia starts on Saturday, with ...

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Sky News:-  Dozens of people will be deported to Jamaica on a charter flight this week, despite many having lived for decades in the UK and having children and families in the UK. Many of the deportees, all of whom have criminal convictions, have never returned to Jamaica and have said they fear for their safety […]

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GEORGETOWN,Guyana (CMC) — The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has chastised the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS) Luis Almagro about his “unilateral” stance in accepting Juan Guaido as interim president of Venezuela. In a letter to the Almagro, CARICOM Chairman, the Prime Minister of St Kitts Nevis, Dr Timothy Harris said the CARICOM […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — SLUDTERA would like to inform interested entrepreneurs in St. Lucia, the Caribbean and Latin America, that 100,000 startups are being targeted to compete in the 2019 Entrepreneurship World Cup! Startup Huddle St. Lucia, a program hosted by SLUDTERA, can be the platform used to prepare St. Lucian entrepreneurs who are interested in ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) — SLUDTERA would like to inform interested persons that a U.S. Embassy Bridgetown official will address local entrepreneurs at Startup Huddle St. Lucia on Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Mr. James Rodriguez is the public affairs officer (PAO) at the US Embassy in Bridgetown. The highlight topic of his presentation will be the highly-anticipated ...

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