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Government Defends Development Of International Airport

Government Defends Development Of International Airport

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, CMC – The Guyana government says it will go ahead with the expansion of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) despite already spending US$20 million for mobilization, field and laboratory works. Public Works Minister, Robeson Benn, said the ...

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Jamaica Government Stands By Athletes Accused Of Doping

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – The Jamaica government says while it “stands by all our athletes” it adheres to the rules governing anti-doping in sports. Minister with responsibility for Sports, Natalie Neita Headley said that Jamaica, through its Anti-Doping Agency (JADCO) ...

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Caribbean Film Festival Raises The Bar For Filmmakers

Caribbean Film Festival Raises The Bar For Filmmakers

By Neil Armstrong Pride Contributing Writer Toronto, Ontario – It took filmmaker, Frances-Anne Solomon’s, dogged determination to put on the first CaribbeanTales film festival and now in its eighth year the festival has expanded the possibilities of Caribbean film. Solomon, ...

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Tips To Avoid Moving Day Madness

Tips To Avoid Moving Day Madness

When moving day comes, no matter how long you have anticipated and planned out the day, there are bound to be a few bumps in the road. What’s the best way to make sure that you are ready to handle ...

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A New You In 2013 – Part 6: Massage Therapy

A New You In 2013 – Part 6: Massage Therapy

By Dr. Virginia Nsitem Pride Health Columnist Some people consider massage therapy a luxury. Or, believe that massage is just for relaxation. Massage can be an affordable way to improve your health.  This article will discuss the various types of ...

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It’s Time To Upgrade Toronto’s Aging Infrastructure

It’s Time To Upgrade Toronto’s Aging Infrastructure

By Rupert Johnson Infrastructure may be defined as a society’s economic foundation. It consists of such things as roads, bridges, water supply, sewer systems, electrical grids, mass transit, and telecommunications. These things enable our society to function properly on a ...

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How To Fly When You’re Driving Solo

How To Fly When You’re Driving Solo

Widow Offers Tips for Thriving Without a Partner For everyone – even people in an ideal relationship with a lifelong partner – there will be times when you are alone, says serial entrepreneur Susan Alpert. For 46 years, Alpert lived ...

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