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Guyana Jaguars comfortably placed  at close of rain affected first day

Guyana Jaguars comfortably placed at close of rain affected first day

Narsingh Deonarine stroked his 43rd first-class half-century to leave table leaders Guyana Jaguars comfortably placed on 168-3 against the Windwards..

Guyana hockey team to play B/dos for fifth place

Team Guyana recorded their second victory of the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games hockey tourney, defeating Jamaica 4-2 on penalty..
TTFF needs new faces, says England-based pro

TTFF needs new faces, says England-based pro

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones wants to see an overhaul of the Trinidad and..
Cool Hamilton edges title rival in practice as showdown looms

Cool Hamilton edges title rival in practice as showdown looms

ABU DHABI, CMC – Lewis Hamilton remained ahead of title rival Nico Rosberg, as the Mercedes teammates continued to set..
National rugby team grouped with hosts and title holders Mexico

National rugby team grouped with hosts and title holders Mexico

The national men’s rugby team will be playing St Vincent, Cayman Islands and the host and title holders, Mexico in Group..
Good fight for me, better fight for boxing

Good fight for me, better fight for boxing

Kishawn ‘Pretty K’ Simon is unfazed about the change of his opponent for the December 13 card dubbed Rose Hall Showdown, in..
The Scene »
For Nickose Layne life is theatre and theatre is life

For Nickose Layne life is theatre and theatre is life

In the theatre circles he is the short man with the big voice, an emerging talent and this week Nickose Layne, Best Director in the Junior Category of the National Drama Festival two years in a row sat down this week with The Scene to talk about his passion for theatre .


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As IMF warns about fragility of PetroCaribe...GRDB says Guyana keen on broadening rice market

As IMF warns about fragility of PetroCaribe…GRDB says Guyana keen on broadening rice market

Up to earlier this week, the Government of Guyana had not provided a response to the warning from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that the much-vaunted PetroCaribe Agreement between Venezuela and several Caribbean countries—under which the latter receive oil from Caracas under various concessionary arrangements—might stand imperiled in the face of plummeting global oil prices .


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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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