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Prez Ali charges the fresh graduates to use knowledge to revolutionalise Guyana’s development

President of Guyana, Dr Irfaan Ali, has charged the fresh graduates of the University of Guyana to use the knowledge, skills and values that they have acquired during their tertiary-level education to revolutionise Guyana's development.

TT men’s bobsleigh team begin quest at 2022 Winter Olympics

Trinidad and Tobago men's bobsleigh team has begun with their campaign at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games at the Yanqing National Sliding Centre in Beijing, China, on Monday.

Guyana strongly trusts in improving commitment to regional integration: Dr Ali to PM Mottley

Guyana strongly trusts in improving commitment to regional integration, says Dr Irfaan Ali.

Saint Lucia records 73 new COVID-19 cases

The Ministry of Health, Wellness and Elderly Affairs of Saint Lucia have reported a total of 73 fresh COVID-19 cases on Sunday, February 13.

US and allies condemns series of ballistic missiles launched by North Korea

The top diplomatic officials of Japan, the United States of America and South Korea has brought it to the consensus on Saturday to stand unified against North Korea after a series of ballistic missiles launched by Pyongyang.

Jamaica: Govt urges Jamaicans in Ukraine to ensure travel arrangements quickly

The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Jamaica has released a new advisory asking and urging students in the tension-hit Ukraine to quickly ensure quick travel arrangements if the situation across the region changes.

People often say they want to read some good news. But is that true?

These days, most of the news in newspapers or TV is filled with disaster, corruption, and incompetence. The reason could be the world is more interested in reading depressing stories.

Guyana and Barbados to work upon creating a join tourism product

Guyana says it is already in talks with Barbados to work upon creating a joint tourism product to create a link between two Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries as a common market and package.

PM Harris indicates boost in the tourism sector

Prime Minister of Federation of St Kitts and Nevis Dr Timothy Harris has indicated that the boost of the tourism sector.

St Kitts and Nevis to relax COVID-19 restrictions for mass events from Feb 12

The island of Federation of St Kitts and Nevis is all set to relax the restrictions on mass events

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