CARIBBEAT: Islands feeling pain from ’cane

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Hurricane Irma has cut a painful path of destruction through the Caribbean, which is awaiting the coming of Hurricane Jose. The Caribbean is assessing the damage from Irma, which took lives, destroyed buildings, left hundreds homeless, flooded neighborhoods, and closed airports — hampering relief efforts. Dutch St. Maarten and French St. Martin (which share an Read More

The 11th Annual Luxury Property Show is coming! London, Olympia 27-28 October

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Come see the worlds finest….. What’s it all about? Investing in property has always been a good option and, over the long-term, property investments continue to outperform other asset classes” — Eddie Sikora, Director, LPS LONDON, UK, UNITED KINGDOM, September 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Once an investment niche, luxury property is now a rapidly growing Read More

Tech Treats, LLC Celebrates its Rebirth by Offering High Quality Business Videos at Unspeakably Low Prices

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High Tech Power for Low Tech People COLUMBIA, MD- MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, September 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Tech Treats LLC, previously Savvier Health, LLC, has redirected its focus from health-related technology to empowering small and medium size businesses to use state of the art technology to optimize their presence and compete on a local, national, Read More

Hurricane Irma’s destruction: island by island

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Antigua and Barbuda Barbuda, the first island to feel the force of Hurricane Irma was devastated by its high winds, with Gaston Browne, prime minister of Antigua and Barbuda, saying 90 per cent of buildings had been destroyed and 50 per cent of the population of about 1,000 people left homeless. Reports said that one Read More

Is Pat Gilroy a serious option to be the next Dublin hurling manager? Here’s why it…

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4 August 2012; Dublin manager Pat Gilroy. GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Quarter-Final, Dublin v Laois, Croke Park, Dublin. Picture credit: Brian Lawless / SPORTSFILE Is Pat Gilroy a serious option to be the next Dublin hurling manager? Here’s why it might work perfectly Independent.ie COULD it really come to pass? Could Pat Gilroy become Read More

CARIBBEAT: Hurricane Irma leaves islands feeling pain

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Hurricane Irma has cut a painful path of destruction through the Caribbean, which is awaiting the coming of Hurricane Jose. The Caribbean is assessing the damage from Irma, which took lives, destroyed buildings, left hundreds homeless, flooded neighborhoods, and closed airports — hampering relief efforts. Dutch St. Maarten and French St. Martin (which share an Read More

Hundreds of orphanage children ‘buried in Lanark mass grave’

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The bodies of hundreds of children who died at an orphanage run by nuns are believed to be buried in a mass grave, an investigation by the BBC and Sunday Post has uncovered. At least 400 children from Smyllum Park Orphanage in Lanark are thought to be buried in an unmarked grave at the town’s Read More

Irma kills Guyanese in British Virgin Islands

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Derek Ragnath Hurricane Irma has killed a Guyanese businessman in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), relatives said. He is 55-year old Derek Ragnath, formerly of Mahaica Public Road near the police station. A close relative said she was informed that the roof of Ragnath’s shop in Tortola caved in and killed him during the passage Read More

Suicide Prevention in Guyana- facts, warnings and testimonies

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by Psychologist and Drug Addiction Specialist, Caitlin Vieria Psychologist, Caitlin Vieria (Guyana Chronicle photo) Hello Everyone, I hope this past week has treated you well. Today, all around the world, is an extremely special day. It is World Suicide Prevention Day. Although many of you are grieving today, I encourage you to view this as a Read More

Bodies of ‘hundreds’ of children buried in mass grave

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Image copyright Lanark Museum The bodies of hundreds of children are believed to be buried in a mass grave in Lanarkshire, according to an investigation by BBC News. The children were all residents of a care home run by Catholic nuns. At least 400 children are thought to be buried in a section of St Read More