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Lancashire batsman hits world record 350 in 138 balls

Lancashire batsman hits world record 350 in 138 balls

LONDON, (Reuters) - Young Lancashire batsman Liam Livingstone has smashed a world record 350 in just 138 balls during a..
Sealey calls for cooperation between  government and National Olympic Committee

Sealey calls for cooperation between government and National Olympic Committee

As National Elections Day nears, the tube, the radio waves, print and social media are rife with political advertisements paid..
Alpha United  eliminated after 1-3 defeat to Central FC

Alpha United eliminated after 1-3 defeat to Central FC

  It was a bridge too far and ‘Hammer’ blows too few for local giants Alpha United as they were..
MSC in four-wicket win over GYO

MSC in four-wicket win over GYO

A six off the penultimate delivery of the game gave Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) a four wicket win over Gandhi..

NA Kings, Unruly Gang to face off in semis

New Amsterdam (NA) Kings will oppose Unruly Gang while East Bank Gunners will tackle Manchester Boys in the semi-final round..

West Front Road, Bent Street through to knock out stage

West Front Road and Bent Street were the latest sides to clinch their berth to knockout round in the inaugural Guyana..
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Barbados PM attacks Cave Hill Principal

(Barbados Nation) PRIME MINISTER Freundel Stuart last night launched a scathing attack on principal of the Cave Hill Campus of the University of the West Indies (UWI), Sir Hilary Beckles, accusing him of a “singular exhibition of bad, bad manners” .


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BRUSSELS, (Reuters) - The outrage Europe’s leaders face over the deaths of hundreds of refugees trying to reach its shores may force a shift in a policy critics decry as letting people drown to deter others in desperate need .


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GMSA lobby making snail’s progress with dredging channel, counterfeit imports, copyright abuse

GMSA lobby making snail’s progress with dredging channel, counterfeit imports, copyright abuse

Protracted legal battles being waged by local importers and distributors to retain the good reputation of the authentic products they deal in by confronting the issues of counterfeit imports and product dumping frontally, tackling the long-standing issue of the dredging of the Demerara Navigational Channel and creating increased marketing opportunities for locally produced goods in foreign markets are among the areas in which the Guyana Manufacturing and Services Association (GMSA) realized little if any success despite its lobbying efforts last year .


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Ebola: Africa is not that far away

Ebola: Africa is not that far away

By mid October the west - and America particularly- had conceded that it had completely underestimated the threat of Ebola .



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