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Jamaica and Antigua ban “Charlie Charlie” game in schools

Jamaica and Antigua ban “Charlie Charlie” game in schools

The education ministries in Jamaica and Antigua and Barbuda have banned the controversial Charlie Charlie Challenge in schools, following reported displays of “paranormal behaviour” by students. In Antigua, Minister of Education Michael Browne said the…

Jamaica records 5% increase in tourist arrivals

Jamaica records 5% increase in tourist arrivals

(Jamaica Observer) TOURISM and Entertainment Minister Dr Wykeham McNeill says Jamaica recorded a five per cent increase in overall visitor arrivals for the 2014/15 winter tourist season over the corresponding period last year. Speaking at…

Mexico elections: President’s party set to retain power

Mexico elections: President’s party set to retain power

(BBC) In Mexico’s elections for Congress, President Enrique Pena Nieto’s Institutional Revolutionary Party and its allies look set to retain control. On current projections, the PRI will win around 30% of the vote and see…

 

APNU+AFC complains again over PPP’s use of state resources for election campaign

APNU+AFC complains again over PPP’s use of state resources for election campaign

The incumbent People’s Progressive Party Civic administration on Friday came under fire from the opposition coalition, for the government’s…

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Jamaica and Antigua ban “Charlie Charlie” game in schools

Jamaica and Antigua ban “Charlie Charlie” game in schools

The education ministries in Jamaica and Antigua and Barbuda have banned the controversial Charlie Charlie Challenge in schools, following…

Jamaica records 5% increase in tourist arrivals

Mexico elections: President’s party set to retain power

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Jamaica and Antigua ban “Charlie Charlie” game in schools

Jamaica and Antigua ban “Charlie Charlie” game in schools

The education ministries in Jamaica and Antigua and Barbuda have banned the controversial Charlie Charlie Challenge in schools, following…

Jamaica records 5% increase in tourist arrivals

Mexico elections: President’s party set to retain power

Cuba establishes banking ties in US ahead of talks

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A minute's silence will be held in the UK at 12:00 BST on Friday to remember the victims of the Tunisian beach attack, David Cameron announces.

EU leaders warn Greeks that rejecting creditors' proposals in a referendum on Sunday would mean leaving the euro, as fears of a default grow.

Some of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria have been forced to join Islamist militant group Boko Haram, the BBC is told.

A fourteen-year-old boy admits stabbing a supply teacher in a school classroom in Bradford.

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About 200 displaced foreign nationals say they have nowhere to go as local government says it will shut camp on Tuesday.

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Anti-discrimination workplace policy being developed

Anti-discrimination workplace policy being developed

The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) is partnering with the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination (SASOD) to develop…

SASOD at 10 documentary launched

SASOD at 10 documentary launched

When the Society Against Sexual Orientation and Discrimination was formed a decade ago, its founders did not imagine that the…

U.S honours Guyanese Simona Broomes as TiP Hero

U.S honours Guyanese Simona Broomes as TiP Hero

 The United States Embassy in Georgetown on Wednesday announced that U.S Secretary of State John Kerry has recognized President of…

Police refuse alibi statements for accused Cop Killer   -Hughes

Police refuse alibi statements for accused Cop Killer -Hughes

On the eve of a 26-year-old East Ruimveldt man possibly being charged for the murder of a policeman, Attorney-at-Law Nigel…

Crime, Violence & Vigilante Justice in Guyana

Crime, Violence & Vigilante Justice in Guyana

Interesting documentary examining crime, violence and vigilante justice in Guyana.…

PNC Press Conference on Burnham award

PNC Press Conference on Burnham award

PNC Press Conference on deferring of award for Burnham.…

President Ramotar’s Press Conference

President Ramotar’s Press Conference

Presidential Press Conference 26th April, 2013…

Ramotar sees “nothing wrong” with Jagdeo statement

Ramotar sees “nothing wrong” with Jagdeo statement

Guyana’s President Donald Ramotar today said he has no problem with recent statements about race made by Former President Bharrat…

Two Killed in Guyana Plane Crash

Two Killed in Guyana Plane Crash

Two persons, an American pilot and a Canadian survey technician, were killed when the small American registered twin-engine plane they…

Remembering Reepu Daman Persaud

Remembering Reepu Daman Persaud

Remembering Pandit Reepu Daman Persaud.…

19 year old Stabbed to Death

19 year old Stabbed to Death

Family members remember 19 year old Jamal Harris as “the most jovial” person you would have ever known. The young…

Raw Video: Survivor recalls Buck Hall Accident

Raw Video: Survivor recalls Buck Hall Accident

Survivor Wayne Blake recalls accident at Buck Hall which left 4 persons dead.…

GT&T Guyana Star Georgetown Auditions 2013

GT&T Guyana Star Georgetown Auditions 2013

Watch part 1 of the Georgetown Auditions of the 2013 GT&T Guyana Star Competition in Full.…

Raw Video: Rough seas batter Seawalls

Raw Video: Rough seas batter Seawalls

Residents look out as rough Atlantic Ocean rushes in on Guyana’s East Coast.…