Obituaries for Thursday, Dec. 28

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Man charged with murder of Cayenne vendor

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A man was yesterday remanded to prison charged with murdering French Guiana-based clothing vendor, Purcell Moore. It is alleged that Kelvin Persaud on December 20th at Old Road, Craig, East Bank Demerara, murdered Moore in the course of a robbery. Persaud was not required to plead to the charge. The matter was adjourned to December Read More

Rihanna calls for an end to gun violence in Barbados

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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Internationally acclaimed pop star Rihanna, has called for an end to gun violence in her homeland of Barbados. The announcement came following the fatal shooting of her 21 year old cousin, Tavon Kaiseen Alleyne, in Barbados, last night. The police report that Tavon was killed as he was walking Read More

Magnic Light’s new € 1 million Kickstarter campaign introduces revolutionary all-in-1 cycling lights

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Magnic Microlights on the beach Non-contact driven brake shoe bike light project “Magnic Microlights” launches on Dec.28th and offers 1000 ONE-EURO-Sets for the first 1000 Kickstarter backers. BORGHOLZHAUSEN, NORTH RHINE WESTFALIA, DEUTSCHLAND, December 28, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Thinking about cycling lights in the dark season often evokes images of squeaking, slipping dynamos, empty batteries or Read More

How to set SMART goals for 2018 that will help lead to success

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– For many, every new year represents a new start. However, kicking off the New Year with lofty goals and unrealistic expectations can lead to failure well before February. The New Year also comes during one of the coldest and darkest times of the year which can make it challenging to stick with resolutions Read More

What Does U.S. Withdrawal From UNESCO Mean for the Environment?

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By Giovanni Ortolani The U.S. is quitting UNESCO, the United Nations organization that coordinates international efforts to foster peace and sustainable development, and to eradicate poverty. The Trump administration made the announcement on Oct. 12. The withdrawal takes effect Dec. 31, 2018, and the U.S. will remain a full member until then. “This decision was Read More

Three homeless in Bruceville fire

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Fire destroyed a house at Bruceville, Vieux Fort this morning leaving a middle-aged couple and their grandson homeless. The Vieux fort Fire Service received the call at 11:05am and dispatched three fire trucks and one ambulance to the scene, according to the Acting Divisional Officer for the South, Ronald Pelius. By the time fire officers Read More

Press Release: Dominica’s Public Service to formulate strategy to respond to Dominica’s Climate Resilience Bid

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A house damaged by Hurricane Maria Dominica’s Public Service To Formulate a Working Response to the Country’s Bid to Become First Climate Resilient Country in the World     Roseau, Dominica, Wednesday December 27, 2017— Permanent Secretaries and other senior officials of Dominica’s public service are to engage in a planning session on Thursday, December 28, Read More

Vincent Kompany suffers yet another injury setback

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Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has suffered yet another injury setback, the latest in a long series of problems for the defender. Kompany limped off less than 10 minutes into City’s Premier League clash with Newcastle United at St. James’ Park on Wednesday night. The Belgian looked visibly pained, both through the knock and in Read More