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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Red Force has the edge for semis

T&T Red Force will start as favourites in their WICB Super50 semi-final clash against Jamaica tomorrow at Coolidge in Antigua. The T&T team ended up...

Reforming of WICB a matter of concern for region – Caricom boss

By Akeem Greene Though in recent times, there was no public constructive regional conversation on the current state of West Indies Cricket, CARICOM Secretary General,...

Thompson confident ahead of World Championships

(Jamaica Observer) After a smashing season last year, just the thought of Jamaica’s double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson getting better must be frightening for...

Cameron poised for third term as WICB president

ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Controversial West Indies Cricket Board president, Dave Cameron is set to be returned unopposed when the embattled organisation stages...

Racers Grand Prix salutes the ‘legend’ on June 10

(Jamaica Observer) Racers Track Club will pay tribute to its most outstanding athlete to date, Usian Bolt, the world record holder for the 100...

England reach Blind Cricket World Cup semi-finals …after defeating WI by 6 wickets

England's Visually Impaired cricketers have booked their place in the T20 Blind World Cup semi-finals after beating the West Indies by six wickets in...

What Gayle tells us

By JON HOTTEN T20 batting will move on from him, but for now, as he stands on the verge of yet another monolithic landmark, he...

“I do not believe people holding themselves out as the GCB were duly elected”...

By Delvon McEwan President of Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Roger Harper, says he does not believe that the people holding themselves out as the Guyana...

Patriots stun Falcons to win historic Super Bowl

Super Bowl LI: New England Patriots recover from record deficit to beat Atlanta Falcons By Jamie Strickland, BBC Sport The New England Patriots produced the greatest...

Patriots, Falcons set for Super Bowl showdown

By Jill Martin, CNN On the surface, New England vs. Atlanta may not sound like the sexiest Super Bowl matchup. But today's game has the potential...

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T&T man killed by cops shot seven times

(Trinidad Guardian) Mikeal “Short Buck” Lancaster was shot three times in the head and four times in the chest at close range, an autopsy...

Non-payment of severance: Wales sugar workers appeal for President’s intervention

Hundreds of Wales, West Bank Demerara cane cutters continue to register their frustration against the Guyana Sugar Corporation’s (GuySuCo) non-payment of severance and have...

Ball in Bravo’s court – Cameron

(CMC) West Indies Cricket Board president, Dave Cameron, has remained vague on the future of embattled left-hander Darren Bravo. With the career of the Trinidadian...

FIFA gives thumbs up to Guyana Football Federation

The new leadership of the Guyana Football Federation Inc. (GFF) has transformed the image and reputation of Guyana in the world of football governance,...

East Ruimveldt man slapped with robbery under arms, attempted murder charges

A 29-year-old East Ruimveldt resident was slapped with two counts of robbery under arms and attempted murder charges, when he appeared before Magistrate, Leron...

Dozens of migrants drown off Libya

(BBC) The bodies of 87 African migrants have washed ashore in the Libyan city of Zawiya, in the latest drowning tragedy to hit the...

Outspoken general named Trump’s top security adviser

By Jeff Mason and Patricia Zengerle | WEST PALM BEACH, Fla./WASHINGTON (Reuters) U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday named Lieutenant General Herbert Raymond McMaster as...

Rupununi Music and Arts Festival comes to Georgetown

The Rupununi Music and Arts Festival will be coming to Georgetown and according to Festival Director, Dr Bob Ramdhanie, including Georgetown in the programming...

Letter: Public Security & Public Service Ministries need to treat staff better

Dear Editor, Public servants are persons who choose to use their expertise to serve their nation. However, the unfortunate and glaring reality is it seems...

Govt insincere about local democracy, flouting promises- Luncheon

The Government has not been acting in accordance to their promise of regenerating local democracy, according to former Cabinet Secretary, Dr Roger Luncheon yesterday....