Myles Munroe and wife killed in Bahamas plane crash

(Bahamas Tribune) THE leader of Bahamas Faith Ministries, Dr Myles Munroe, and his wife Ruth have been killed in a plane crash in Grand Bahama. The crash took place this afternoon and killed all nine people on board the private jet. The plane reportedly struck a crane at the Grand Bahama Ship Yard, exploding on […]

Decision already made about Parliament -Pres. Ramotar

With the Opposition parties set to move ahead with the no confidence motion against the Donald Ramotar administration when the National Assembly meets on Monday, President Ramotar appears to be sticking to his threat that he will prorogue or dissolve the Parliament should the Opposition proceed with the motion. Speaking to News Source on Sunday, […]

United States CDC warns of Chikungunya in the Caribbean

ATLANTA (CMC) – The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned that the chikungunya outbreak in Caribbean and Central and South American countries continues to spread with no sign of slowing down. According to the CDC “the painful mosquito-borne disease will likely continue to infect travellers to the region during the […]

Jet-ski racer dies as passenger of car in East Coast drag race

A late night “Fast and Furious” style drag race along the East Coast Demerara road has left a champion jet-ski racer dead. Police  have identified the dead man as 19-year-old Chris Baichan, of Oleander Gardens, ECD. The incident took place just after 2 o’ clock on Sunday morning. Baichan is well-known in the boat and […]

There shall be no talks if President prorogues Parliament -Granger

Guyana’s Leader of the Opposition, retired Brigadier David Granger, declared early on Sunday morning that he will not go into any talks with President Donald Ramotar if the President decides to avoid a no confidence motion by proroguing the Parliament. Speaking to reporters just after the Remembrance Day wreath laying ceremony at the Cenotaph in […]

CARICOM SG to UG Grads: Do Not Forsake the Region

The graduating class of 2014 from the University of Guyana was urged not to forsake the Caribbean region by Caricom Secretary General, Irwin La Rocque. Delivering the feature address, the region’s top ambassador congratulated them and said that the constraints facing those who graduate from tertiary institutions are well known. One thousand, six hundred and […]

CARICOM develops new plan to tackle Chickungunya and Ebola

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — Caribbean Community (Caricom) leaders ended a three-hour special summit here on Tuesday agreeing to a 10-point plan to deal with the outbreak of the Chikunguyna virus and any possible incident of the deadly Ebola virus that has killed nearly 5,000 people in West Africa. “Heads of government expressed considerable […]