Buddy Dive Dominica to remain closed in 2018

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After two years of successfully running Buddy Dive, Dominica it got hit by Hurricane Maria. Unfortunately, Buddy Dive Dominica will not reopen its doors for at least another year. Buddy Dive started doing business in Dominica late 2014 with signing the partnership agreed between Buddy Dive and the Fort Young Hotel, followed by the official Read More

Dominican conducts course in drug prosecution for RSS members

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Joseph conducting the course In December 2017, Senior Public Prosecutor from the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in the Turks and Caicos Islands, Clement Joseph, was invited to conduct a Prosecutor’s Course in Drug Prosecution to include Anti-Money Laundering, Cash Seizure and Forfeiture, and Confiscation. The participants of the Course were Police Prosecutors Read More

Jack White and Eminem announced as festival headliners — feels like 2003

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click to enlarge Shutterstock and Youtube. It’s the dead of winter. So, you know what that means — summer music festival season is right around the corner. Get your Instagram faces ready, prep your flower crowns, and crop those tops because Coachella and Governors Ball lineups have been announced and unsurprisingly Detroit artists are dominating the Read More

Singer and Songwriter Buffy Ford Stewart to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

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NOVATO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, January 3, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — There’s nothing like creating something, but performing it for an audience is something else entirely. You have to give what you’ve created to the people with the same love you used to create it. You’re serving people when you perform your music. Buffy Ford Stewart is Read More

Canal No 1 flooding: Farmers estimate losses in the millions

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Even as the heavy downpours continue across the country, residents of Canal Number One Polder, West Bank Demerara (WBD), are now picking up the pieces as the floodwaters begin to recede. The lower part of Canal Number One Polder, WBD, has been flooded since December 20, 2017, with the water continuously rising. However, for the Read More

SWAT Unit gets new Head

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Following the removal of embattled head of the Special Weapons and Tactical (SWAT) Unit, Deputy Superintendent Mootie Dookie who is being investigated for alcohol smuggling, this publication was reliably informed that Assistant Superintendent, of the Guyana Police Force (GPF) Amit Dass will now be at the helm. Dookie, this publication understands, will be transferred to Read More

Judicial appointments: President, Opposition Leader to meet again in February

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The Leader of the Opposition, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo, met with President David Granger this morning at 10:00 a.m. at State House to discuss the appointment of a substantive Chancellor and Chief Justice. President David Granger greets Opposition Leader, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo upon his arrival at State House The Leader of the Opposition was accompanied by Read More

First Lady receives courtesy call from Sisters of Mercy

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First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger was delighted to receive a courtesy call, this morning, from representative of the Sisters of Mercy of Guyana, Sister Julie Matthews, President, and a representative of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, Sister Patricia McDermott and Sister Eileen Campbell. The First Lady presented the Sisters with a number of Read More

APNU/AFC’s Govt gets mixed score sheet

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By Michael Younge The People’s National Congress (PNC)-led A Partnership for National Unity/ Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition continues to receive a plethora of mixed reviews about its overall performance and governance of the country since assuming executive office back in May 2015.Political analyst, Dr David Hinds during an interview with this newspaper said after Read More