FICO Prof David Howe Says Financially Disadvantaged Children Victimized Compared to Children from Resourceful Families

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Credit educator and CEO says increased suffering for children victimized by identity fraud because providers struggle financially and complacency from Congress Of course, this challenging money and credit dilemma is exactly why children are routinely victimized every day in the U.S.A.” — David Howe, SubscriberWise CEO and US Credit Czar WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES OF Read More

Indonesian fishermen walk off job in Guyana

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The group of Indonesian fishermen at masjid, Providence, East Bank Demerara. Twenty-six Indonesian fishermen walked off their job at Pritipaul Singh Investments (PSI), a local seafood company, over a pay dispute, prompting the intervention of the Indonesian embassy, sources said. The sources told Demerara Waves Online News that the men decided to leave the vessel Read More

Father of 2, mining colleague killed by fallen tree

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Two gold miners are now dead after they were on Friday afternoon pinned and killed reportedly by a fallen tree in the backdam of an area located in the Potaro River. The two deceased have been identified as 40-year-old Kadesh Ganesh, a father of two and his co-worker Sydney Hernandez, called Dougla Man. Pictured: Kadesh Read More

New family health center to improve health care access in Trinidad area

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Please enable Javascript to watch this video TRINIDAD, Colo. — A new health center opening in Trinidad in southern Colorado is expanding health care access in the downtown area of that community. Trinidad is just a few miles north of the New Mexico border on I-25. The area has seen significant growth in the last Read More

New family health center to improve health care access in Trinidad area

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Please enable Javascript to watch this video TRINIDAD, Colo. — A new health center opening in Trinidad in southern Colorado is expanding health care access in the downtown area of that community. Trinidad is just a few miles north of the New Mexico border on I-25. The area has seen significant growth in the last Read More

Joseph Philip Ippolito, 87

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Joseph Philip Ippolito, 87, of Waldorf, Maryland, died on December 31, 2017 at Fenwick Landing in Waldorf. Born on April 18, 1930 in New York, New York, he was the son of the late Frances A. Franchesti and John Ippolito. Mr. Ippolito served in the U. S. Air Force during the Korean War. He received Read More

Lauren Silverman parades her body in swimsuit in Barbados

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She has been spending the festive period in Caribbean with her boyfriend Simon Cowell, their son Eric and her child Adam.  And Lauren Silverman appeared to have slotted effortlessly into island life on Saturday as she hit the surf in Barbados. The Florida-born beauty, 40, looked every inch the beach babe as she went paddle-boarding in Read More

Trinidad & Tobago to elect first woman head of state

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Justice Paula Mae Weekes, a female appeal justice, is nominated to be Trinidad and Tobago’s next president. Justice Paula Mae Weekes, a Court of appeal judge in the Turks and Caicos Islands, has been nominated as Trinidad and Tobago’s choice to replace Antony Carmona as President of that country. If elected, Weekes will be the Read More

20th Annual Sagicor 5K Corporate Run launched in Jamaica

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The 20th staging of Jamaica’s largest and most renowned road race/walk, the Sagicor Sigma Corporate 5k Run was launched last Thursday morning at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston under the theme, “20 years of running for a purpose.” The race is scheduled for Sunday. February 18, 2018, beginning at 7:30 am. According to Read More