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GEORGETOWN, Guyana — Caribbean governments are recognising the importance of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the transition to green-blue economies that are more environmentally sustainable, inclusive and resilient. Guyana has now outlined its bold plans for becoming a green state by 2040. This was the focus of the recent “Green Guyana International Small business […]

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PARIS, France — Secretary general of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO), Hugh Riley, has called on Caribbean states to take tsunami preparedness seriously, stating to do otherwise would put the people and regional economies at risk. Speaking in Paris, France, during a discussion organised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to […]

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TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — Experts from the General Secretariat of the Organisation of American States (OAS) have arrived in Honduras to begin their work on a proposal for electoral reforms that was requested by the National Congress. The group of experts will carry out a diagnostic of the existing legislation in the country, in the context […]

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By Anthony L Hall President Trump billed Kanye’s visit to the White House a week ago today as a summit to discuss urban development, vocational training, black unemployment (notably Colin Kaepernick’s), and criminal justice reform. Unsurprisingly, it was anything but. Here in essence is what Kanye said during a 10-minute, stream-of-consciousness rant in the Oval […]

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By Sir Ronald Sanders In the introduction to his quite remarkable new book on the long-running Guatemalan claim to Belize, the author, Assad Shoman, makes the riveting comment that “Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but not to their own facts”. He is right to make this statement because protagonists in territorial claims, particularly […]

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Dear Sir: Last week’s flooding in Trinidad and Tobago exposed the very worst aspects of a PNM housing policy that is environmentally unfriendly, unsafe for the unsuspecting residents, costly to the taxpayer and done without concern for building resilient communities. Their policy makes sense only for padding votes, especially in marginal constituencies. Residents of the […]

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Dear Sir: Procreation to birth requires a team, it takes a village to raise a child, athletes need a devoted coaching team to win and it takes an association to lobby for success. An entrepreneur (risk-taker) with a very bright idea, which would benefit a significant majority, is doomed to fail without support. Family and […]

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump blamed news media outlets on Thursday for stirring up anger and hateful political rhetoric as two more suspicious packages were discovered, addressed to former Vice President Joe Biden and actor Robert De Niro. “A very big part of the Anger we see today in our society is caused […]

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Guyana Chronicle:-  A 12-member jury on Wednesday unanimously agreed that an ex-policeman was guilty of raping a child back in 2016. Fifty-three-year-old Deon Aaron would know his fate next month following a probabtion report. The matter is being heard in the Sexual Offences Court. Upon reading the indictment before the court, State Prosecutor Abigail Gibbs, said […]

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  (PRESS RELEASE) – Invest Saint Lucia recently put out a call for expressions of interest (EOIs) from the private sector in relation to business proposals, project concepts or products that are available for investment. According to Manager for Investment Promotion and Fulfilment, Alana Lansiquot-Brice, this EOI is being presented to increase the participation of ...

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