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(CMC) – Captain Carlos Brathwaite said Sunday in-form Shai Hope will play in Monday’s opening Twenty20 International, even if he has to be “stretchered” on and off the field, underscoring the importance West Indies have placed on winning the three-match series and salvaging something from an otherwise wretched tour. The 25-year-old Hope was struck on ...

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(CMC) – Bermudian striker Nahki fired home the deciding goal for Queens Park Rangers (QPR) as the west Londoners ended a four-game wait for an English Championship victory with an impressive 2-1 win over faltering promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough at Loftus Road on Saturday. Wells’ winner – his fifth for QPR –came in the 60th minute ...

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(CMC) – Four-time reigning champions Guyana Jaguars made light work of Leeward Islands Hurricanes by nine wickets, to register their second straight win of the Regional Four-Day Championship and enter the Christmas break top of the points standings. Resuming Sunday’s final day at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium in command of the contest, Jaguars needed ...

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Dear Sir: Is state-owned Telecommunications Services of Trinidad & Tobago (TSTT) moving to have the Communications Workers Union decertified as being the recognized bargaining union for its workers? I call on Public Utilities Minister Robert Le Hunte to state unequivocally whether or not this is TSTT’s next move after reports surfaced that head of the […]

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Dear Sir: The establishment has placed a foreign trained military man as commissioner and chief of all policemen (and we love it of course). He is an overnight hero (and ‘agency brown’ — quieting the racial anxiety of our bipolar tribal ‘state’). He is our saviour and serious about it [“If you doh fraid God […]

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Dear Sir: In early 300 BC the most powerful empire of the period faced a water shortage of monumental proportion. Providing drinking water for over a million people as well as the water needed for the irrigation of crops quickly became a top priority. In addition to feeding the population, Roman crop production was the […]

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A toddler was crushed to death after a truck selling cooking gas and kerosene rolled over his head in front of his home on the East Bank Essequibo, the Guyana Chronicle has reported. According to the publication, the incident occurred on Saturday. The newspaper identified the deceased as  is 15-month-old Terrence Antonio Wilson. He was […]

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(SNO) – Two firearms and a quantity of ammunition, including hollow point bullets, are now off the streets, thanks to law enforcement officials. Two young men in their 20s were arrested — in separate incidents — but they have not been formally charged. The first incident occurred on Saturday, Dec. 15, around 5 p.m., when ...

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A Brazilian faith healer accused of sexually abusing more than 300 women has handed himself in to police, the BBC, quoting local media reports, has said. According to the BBC, Joao Teixeira de Faria, known as “John of God”, was declared a fugitive on Saturday after missing a deadline to surrender to the authorities. The […]

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