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In the race to win the tourism dollar there is always an ambition by providers to deliver something unique; something new and distinctive that seeks to go beyond a competitor’s offerings elsewhere. Because nations across the Caribbean are already replete with beachfront villas and hotels, it is almost impossible to beat the views and ambiance of a room looking out onto the shore.

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Guyana Chronicle:– TWO weeks after walking away from an abusive marriage, a 20-year-old woman was savagely killed by her husband on Saturday. Dead is Omwattie Gill called “Anjalie” and “Ango”, of Lot 33 Williamsburg, East Berbice Corentyne. The suspect has been identified as her husband, Gavin Gill, a taxi driver. According to information received, at approximately […]

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For what it’s worth: I do not like President Trump’s style of governing. I do not think he is sufficiently equipped and balanced to be President of the USA. To my mind Trump is the antithesis of what many knowledgeable people would say is the ideal for an American president: humane, intelligent, kind, peace-loving, democratic, and above all law-abiding and fair-minded.

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CNN:- Nicolas Cage appears to be having second thoughts after getting married in Las Vegas last weekend. The actor filed for an annulment on Wednesday, just four days after marrying his girlfriend, Erika Koike, according to court records obtained by CNN. The 55-year-old and Koike filed for their marriage license and tied-the-knot last Saturday. This […]

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Jamaica Observer:– Ricky Skerritt has no bitterness towards Whycliffe Cameron, the man he defeated last Sunday to become president of Cricket West Indies. Skerritt, who sat with the Jamaica Observer after his victory at the Jamaica Pegasus hotel in St Andrew, said that although some of the utterances coming from Cameron were not complimentary, he harboured no hard feelings […]

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Trinidad Guardian:-  Po­lice Com­mis­sion­er Gary Grif­fith was in­volved in a ve­hic­u­lar ac­ci­dent yes­ter­day, but luck­i­ly he suf­fered no in­juries. Grif­fith’s of­fi­cial ve­hi­cle col­lid­ed with an­oth­er ve­hi­cle dri­ven by a civil­ian as his se­cu­ri­ty de­tail chased af­ter a dri­ver who had been dri­ving in a reck­less and dan­ger­ous man­ner. So­cial me­dia users were first alert­ed about the […]

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BBC:- The man accused of killing 50 people in attacks on two New Zealand mosques has lodged a formal complaint over his prison treatment, media say. Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, has so far been charged with one murder and is expected to face further charges. A source told news website Stuff the prisoner had said he […]

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Press Release:– Do you want to be a nurse, electrician, hair stylist, teacher or interested in another profession and need to determine which school is right for you? Are you looking for work on a cruise ship? Do you want a promotion or to obtain a certificate, diploma or degree? Well if you are, join us […]

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MSN News:- The European parliament has overwhelmingly backed a watershed resolution calling for reparations for crimes committed in Africa during European colonialism. The bill urges European member states to introduce a series of sweeping reforms aimed at tackling ‘structural racism’ facing millions of Afro-Europeans. It calls on the countries to implement nation-wide strategies to deal with discrimination […]

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