By Dr Bertrand Ramcharan
The concept of a Caribbean Civilization has been championed in our region, but needs to be more widely taught and disseminated.
MONTEVIDEO, (Reuters) – Uruguay’s police arrested the head of the president’s personal security detail on Monday at the presidential residence for allegedly participating in a scheme to help possibly hundreds of Russian nationals illegally obtain Uruguayan passports.
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(Trinidad Guardian) Motorists began paying higher prices for Premium, Super and Diesel fuel, and kerosene, yesterday.
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(Trinidad Guardian) The body of Merissa Edwards has been found in a drain in Couva.
Parents and teachers yesterday staged a peaceful protest outside the Santa Rosa Primary School, in the Moruca Sub-Region, of Region One, calling on authorities to urgently fix the deteriorating school building.
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Cleavaughn Hamilton and his friend Ranachal Singh have both been sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the 2016 killing of Hamilton’s former partner and the mother of his son, Simone Hackett.
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Andray Duncan, one of the three men being sought by police in connection with the probe of the theft of $400 million in gold, yesterday turned himself in for questioning, his attorney, Eusi Anderson, said.
Detective Sergeant Dion Bascom, who made explosive allegations of corruption in the Guyana Police Force (GPF), has been interdicted from duty and placed on half pay following his arraignment earlier in the month on cybercrime charges.
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Cane harvesters attached to the Blairmont Estate yesterday discovered a decomposed body floating in a trench at the Bath Settlement, West Coast Berbice backdam.
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Ex-soldier Winston Haynes, who was charged with raping a young woman at base Camp Stephenson, Timehri, back in 2017, has been discharged of the offence after a no-case submission was upheld in his favour.
A taxi driver was on Monday slapped with two cybercrime charges for sharing a teacher’s private photographs.
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Let’s do it again - —-Guyana Amazon Warriors and the Barbados Royals meet for the second time in three days in the Caribbean Premier League with a finals berth on the line this time
Two nights ago the Guyana Amazon Warriors and the Barbados Royals clashed in the group stages of the Caribbean Premier League with a second place finish for Guyana and a chance to play the Barbados Royals again at stake.
A 17-year-old girl drowned on Sunday during a family outing at Wismar Creek.
Shawn Thomas, also known as Troy Richards and ‘Cutty,’ and Ackime Richards, also known as ‘Akeem,’ are wanted by the police in connection with the murder of a young miner, who was fatally shot last Thursday at a Sand Hill Landing, Cuyuni River shop.
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Whenever the calendar flips to November, long distance runners fine tune their training to compete in the lucrative South American 10k road race.
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ST JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies (CWI) today named the three “Rising Stars Team of the Tournament” from the recent Rising Stars Under-19, Under-17 and Under-15 Championships.
A Wismar, Linden businessman is now hospitalised after being shot several times about his body after a misunderstanding with another man last Friday.
When Mr. Aubrey Norton was elected the new leader of PNCR in December 2021 having defeated former PNCR strongman, Joseph Harmon, that moment signalled a new direction of the Party.
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President Ali’s point that the CPL is more than about cricket has meaning at several levels.
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I am really disappointed to read in the Kaieteur News an article titled “Delinquent, dysfunctional AAG.”