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Stabroek News is Guyana's leading independent newspaper.It was first published in November 1986, first as a weekly but it later changed to a daily print newspaper. The entry of the paper into the mass media in Guyana brought a new openness to the media environment in the country.It was founded by David DeCaires, who died on November 1, 2008.Mailing Address: 46/47 Robb Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana, South America Telephone: +592-227-4080

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ANUG, LJP, TNM join lists for elections

In a historic move, A New and United Guyana (ANUG), the Liberty and Justice Party (LJP) and The New Movement (TNM) have agreed to join their Lists of Candidates so that the votes they secure at the March 2 general and regional elections could be counted collectively and improve their chances of securing parliamentary and regional seats.

The CARICOM Secretariat Headquarters at Liliendaal

CARICOM HQ going solar

The CARICOM Secretariat is moving towards 100 percent renewable energy for its Headquarters Building at Liliendaal with construction of a Photovoltaic Power Generation System set to commence on Monday.  A release from CARICOM yesterday said that the Project is part of a wider initiative called ‘The Introduction of Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation System in Guyana and CARICOM’, being financed by the Government of Japan.  The Project entails the installation of 400 kilowatt of solar photovoltaic power generation to provide electricity to the Secretariat building; a battery and power conditioning system for energy storage and power quality regulation.

Marcus Turgate of Japan, Kimani Melius of the West Indies and Aryan Lakra of the UAE during a press conference prior to the start of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2020.

Windies U19s need ‘perfect performance’

—Says Graeme West KIMBERLEY, South Africa, CMC – Boosted by victories in their two warm-up matches during the week, 2016 champions West Indies will look to make a winning start to their ICC Under-19 World Cup campaign when they take on 2018 runners-up Australia in their opening match here today.

 Left-hander Jonathan Carter.

Carter spearheads effort to frustrate Jaguars

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Jan 17, CMC – Jonathan Carter’s unbeaten half-century underlined a steady Barbados Pride response as Guyana Jaguars found themselves slipping further behind heading into the penultimate day of their second round contest on Saturday.

BASKING IN THE GLOW OF VICTORY! Andre Russell, lying left, almost singlehandedly propelled Rajshahi Royals to the Bangladesh Premier League title striking  27 not out and snatching two key wickets.

`Dre Russ’ fires Royals to BPL title

DHAKA, Bangladesh, CMC – West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell struck a cameo and grabbed a brace of wickets to help fire Rajshahi Royals to the capture of the Bangladesh Premier League title, with a 21-run victory over Khulna Tigers here yesterday.

Two remanded over wedding house murder

Two men were yesterday remanded to prison after they were charged with the murder of Rudendra Persaud, who was fatally struck in his head last Sunday morning while at his cousin’s wedding at Non Pareil, East Coast Demerara.

 Players and management of the West Indies team with Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell.

Mitchell fetes Windies players, happy to see Bravo back

BASSETERRE, St Kitts, CMC – Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr Keith Mitchell has welcomed the return of veteran all-rounder Dwayne Bravo to the West Indies Twenty20 squad following a three-and-a-half year break, and believes the Caribbean side is  beginning to make strides based on recent performances.

Darren Bravo … struck 133.

Bravo dominates Hurricanes with hundred

TAROUBA, Trinidad, CMC – Test left-hander Darren Bravo carved out his 12th first class hundred as Trinidad and Tobago took firm command of their second round encounter against Leeward Islands Hurricanes here yesterday.

Ben Stokes

Stokes and Pope put dominant England in box seat

PORT ELIZABETH, (Reuters) – Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope both scored centuries as a dominant England took a firm grip on the third test against South Africa, declaring on 499 before reducing the hosts to 60 runs for two wickets at the close of the second day yesterday.

Left-hander Paul Palmer. (file photo)

Palmer, Green hit fifties to hold off Volcanoes

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Paul Palmer’s notched his sixth straight score over fifty to prop up Jamaica Scorpions but Windward Islands Volcanoes pressed home their advantage to continue their enterprising start to the new Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday.

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