Waterford/St Herblain Town Twinning Anniversary Dinner- Photos

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By Michelle Clancy. Published on Wednesday, November 8th, 2017 at 4:46 pm Photos of the attendees at the Waterford/St Herblain 35th Anniversary Dinner Pavageau Roland, Conor Flynn, Bree Powell, Anthony Glendon and Philip Flynn who attended the 35th Anniversary Dinner of the Saint-Herblain/Waterford Town Twinning in Dooley’s Hotel. Martial Katherine, Kieran Walsh, Davy Walsh, Cllr.Jason Read More

Hetmyer hundred headlines Windies tour match

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Shimron Hetmyer goes on the attack during his 119 on the opening day of the two-day tour match on Wednesday. (Photo: CWI Media) BRISBANE, Australia, (CMC) — Rookie Shimron Hetmyer continued to press his case for a return to the Test team, with another whirlwind hundred on the opening day of a two-tour day tour Read More

President’s speech in Atlanta shows “significant descent in the PNC” –Jagdeo

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Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo on Wednesday said that President David Granger’s address at a People’s National Congress (PNC) Chapter hosted in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States, four days ago reveals that he is bent on returning Guyana to the days of “Burnhamism” as he is finding it difficult to adapt to the Read More

29-yr-old mason stabbed to death in North Ruimveldt

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A 29-year-old mason is now dead after he was stabbed following an attempt to part a fight between two brothers on Wednesday afternoon in the vicinity of Last Entrance, North Ruimveldt, Georgetown. Dead is Afeez Douglas also known as “Gargon” of Lot 2981 North Ruimveldt, Georgetown. While information still remains sketchy, INews was able to Read More

‘Let me work’: Social Security Disability Insurance needs rethinking

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CatholicAnchor.org GUEST COLUMN By RICHARD WHITNEY Certainly more people have heard of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) than Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) — and you might doubt it, if someone told you there was a link between the two. Although SVdP is best known for programs of direct aid to those Read More

The good sides of the new mortgage stress rules introduced by OSFI

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From Jan. 2018, the new policy will affect all forms of mortgages, whether high ratio with down payment below 20% or low ratio with down payment above 20%. I projected the price growth for the condos following the first mortgage rules introduced in 2016.The second stress rules to be executed from Jan.2018 will push condos Read More

Indianapolis man who shot his estranged wife at law office gets 30 years

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CLOSE Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana allows Indianapolis residents to share anonymous tips with law enforcement. Here are a few things Crime Stoppers wants you to know before you call. Holly Hays/IndyStar Robert Evans, 58, was charged with attempted murder and other crimes int he shooting of his estranged wife.(Photo: IMPD) An Indianapolis man convicted Read More

St. Lucia Resort comes through for Dominica after Maria

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Some of the items donated Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa presented a quantity of linen and over thirty mattresses to the Vieux Fort Constituency Council as a contribution to their wider campaign to mobilize donations from the south of St Lucia towards the Dominica Relief effort. The donation was collected by representatives of the Read More

Cuba commits to Dominica’s reconstruction after Maria

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De la Rosa addressing the press conference Cuba’s ambassador to Dominica, Juan Carlos Frometa De LA Rosa, has given his country’s commitment to assist in rebuilding Dominica after the island was ravaged by Hurricane Maria. Speaking at the daily government press briefing on Tuesday he said Cuban groups arrived in Dominica 72 hours after the Read More

Guyana’s contribution to regional integration lauded during accreditation of the country’s new Ambassador to CARICOM

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Guyana’s new Ambassador to CARICOM H.E. Charlene Phoenix presents her Letter of Credence to CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque. Guyana was on Wednesday lauded for its seminal role in the evolution of the regional integration movement, as the country’s new Ambassador to CARICOM Ms Charlene Phoenix presented her credentials to CARICOM Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque. The Secretary-General, Read More