Aspiring NYC Model Was Violently Killed While Visiting Jamaica

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Photo Credit: GoFundMe Desiree Gibbon, a model from Queens, NY,  went to visit Jamaica for a month to earn and save money to attend film school. She was supposed to return to Queens on Nov. 30th, but she didn’t. The 26-year-old was found on the side of a rural road with throat slashed and body Read More

Our Stories: Styling and Profiling– Alyssa Chalayne Designs

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In this installment of Our Stories, Jamaican style enthusiast, T’Ka Walters explains why fashion designing is her destiny. For many people, Jamaica is pictured as an island paradise – white sandy beaches, a beautiful and vivacious culture, rich and wholesome food, and attractive people. And while that image is not far from the truth, if Read More

Suspect in Bouterse murder trial commits suicide

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By Ivan Cairo Ruben Rozendaal (photo from Waterkant) PARAMARIBO – Ruben Rozendaal, a co-defendant in the mass murder trial against Suriname president Desi Bouterse, allegedly committed suicide late Friday night in his apartment in Paramaribo. According to several reliable sources the body of the 61-year old, was found around 10 o’clock local time and subsequently Read More

Digicel gives away GY$18 million for Christmas; to host big children’s fun-day

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Competition in Guyana’s mobile phone market on Saturday continued to heat up for the Christmas season with one of the country’s two major phone companies announcing that it has set aside GY$18 million in prizes and also holding a fun-day for orphans at the several children’s homes. Digicel (Guyana) said Digicel’s Santa Express  is expected Read More

Guyana’s oil sector should fund ‘green economy’ ; divert fossil fuel cash to climate change resilience– experts

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Presidential Adviser on the Environment, Retired Rear Admiral Gary Best Guyana’s oil revenues should be used to finance the development of renewable energy sources and cash normally spent on fossil fuels should be fund systems that can resist the impact of climate change, say top local and regional officials. “Anticipated earnings from the oil and Read More

Nand Persaud signs deal with UG for soil testing

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Nand Persaud (right) speaking at the UG forum. Rice producer, the Nand Persaud Group of Companies (NPGC),  on November 30, signed a $40 million Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Guyana to construct a soil testing facility at the University’s  Tain, Corentyne, Berbice Campus Signing on behalf of NPGC, was Chief Executive Officer, Read More

Controversy surrounds Linn, Supes

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Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune Madera South cross country runner Seth Garcia and his parents, Angela and Gerardo, are all smiles after Seth signed his National Letter of Intent to Fresno Pacific University on Nov. 17 at Madera South. The Madera Tribune received the following comments online about articles and local happenings. Runner signs Letter of Read More

After hurricanes, internet groups form new commission to improve Caribbean network resilience

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Cisco, IBM, Intel support new body to strengthen regional telecom infrastructure. PARADISE ISLAND – Still reeling from the utter devastation wrought by a record-breaking 2017 hurricane season, many Caribbean island states are struggling to return to normalcy. By some estimates, relief and recovery efforts after Hurricanes Irma and Maria alone could cost upwards of US$150 billion. Read More

Capella Mortgage Creates Supply to Meet Increasing Demand

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LAS VEGAS, NV, USA, December 2, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Las Vegas, NV: As the market for commercial loans, hard money financing and trust deed investments continues to expand at historic rates, investors and lenders are racing to accommodate qualified developers, contractors, businesses and individual consumers. As quickly as today’s projects are funded, more cash is Read More