Stabbed body of woman found in Berbice trench

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DEAD: Marissa Fraser The body of a 22-year old woman was Monday morning extracted from a trench at Number 4 Village, West Coast Berbice, police said. Berbice Divisonal Commander, Assistant Commissioner Lyndon Alves said investigators were treating the incident as a homicide because stab wounds were seen when the body was taken out of the Read More

EU-funded study begins on getting laid off Guysuco workers into market-driven agriculture

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GUYSUCO’s chairman, Dr Clive Thomas (left); and CEO, Errol Hanoman. A study on how best to employ thousands of workers, who are being laid off as part of the restructuring of the state-owned Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco), in other areas of agriculture is now underway, officials said Monday. Chief Executive Officer of Guysuco, Errol Hanoman said Read More

The 85 Best Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Dec 4-10, 2017

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“You deserve a nice relaxing night out,” writes Rich Smith.” In Dream Dances (Thursday-Sunday), Dance Church deacon Kate Wallich and her YCs are going to give you just that.” Stefano Altamura Our music critics have already chosen the 32 best concerts this week, but now it’s our arts critics’ turn. Here are their picks for Read More

Brampton retiree murdered, robbed in Trinidad

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Vishnu Narine of Brampton was robbed and murdered while on vacation in his native Trinidad. FACEBOOK On the last night of his life, Vishnu Narine had planned to do a little business then socialize with family in his native Trinidad and Tobago. Instead, the 57-year-old Brampton resident was shot and left to die on a Read More

Guatemala and Costa Rica Attract Americans Seeking Low-Cost Dental Care

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Dental Tourism Patients Derk & Rhonda Wyatt Enjoy the Saturday Market in Costa Rica Patients from Louisiana and North Carolina share their dental tourism experiences in Costa Rica and Guatemala, and why they’ll refer their friends and family. The first class dental service is what I believe to be not only the best in Costa Read More

Mental Health Watchdog Calls for Investigation into Psychiatric Billing Fraud

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For-profit hospitals under investigation for fraud are still operating as receiving facilities for involuntary psychiatric examination under the Baker Act. We want to know why Florida is not taking action when lawmakers in other states are clearly viewing the allegations and investigations into UHS as a serious matter.” — Diane Stein, President CCHR Florida CLEARWATER, Read More

PM Joins Hundreds in Prayer for the Nation

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Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, joined hundreds of Jamaicans, who gathered in Half-Way-Tree square, St. Andrew on Saturday (Dec. 2) in prayer for the nation. The National Day of Prayer, Fasting and Repentance Solemn Assembly, organised by the Jamaica Umbrella Group of Churches (JUGC), saw members of the various Christian-based denominations coming together Read More

AGL’s power price rise revealed

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Victorian electricity prices are changing from January. Picture: iStock VICTORIA’S biggest energy retailer is the latest to confirm plans to push up power prices in the new year. AGL has revealed its default electricity tariffs are set to jump an average 9.5 per cent from January 1 – but pledged to shield many of its Read More

AGL’s power price rise revealed

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Victorian electricity prices are changing from January. Picture: iStock VICTORIA’S biggest energy retailer is the latest to confirm plans to push up power prices in the new year. AGL has revealed its default electricity tariffs are set to jump an average 9.5 per cent from January 1 – but pledged to shield many of its Read More