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It’s official, Bermudez to become new UWI chancellor – Trinidad & Tobago Express


Trinidad & Tobago Express

It's official, Bermudez to become new UWI chancellor
Trinidad & Tobago Express
Trinidadian businessman Robert Bermudez will replace Barbadian Sir George Alleyne as Chancellor of The University of the West Indies (The UWI). At its annual business meeting in Barbados yesterday, the University Council gave the all-clear for Bermudez ...
New UWI Chancellor is Robert Bermudez, A T&T BusinessmanNYCaribNews

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It’s high time Canada looked beyond the U.S. for trade opportunities – Macleans.ca


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It's high time Canada looked beyond the U.S. for trade opportunities
Macleans.ca
No investor would put all of his or her money in the U.S. and Canadian stock markets, yet most Canadian executives are content to do all of their business at home or in the United States. It's an easy path to profits when times are good. But one of the ...

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KFEST adds Sean Paul, Tinashe, Matoma – Poughkeepsie Journal

Poughkeepsie JournalKFEST adds Sean Paul, Tinashe, MatomaPoughkeepsie JournalSean Paul, Tinashe and Matoma have been added to the lineup for KFEST, which is set for for Bethel Woods Center for the Arts on June 17. Jason Derulo, Jon Bellion, Austin Maho...

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UG votes against rental of five-story building for downtown campus

The University of Guyana’s Council– that tertiary institution’s highest decision-making body– on Thursday finally said ‘no’ against the rental of a building for US$28,000 monthly to house a proposed “downtown campus.” “It was not approved principally because it was not the best use of our resources,” a source told Demerara Waves Online News. Asked if …

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YOU SHOULD BE LISTENING TO: Wilkes-Barre reggae rock band Elephants Dancing – NEPA Scene (blog)


YOU SHOULD BE LISTENING TO: Wilkes-Barre reggae rock band Elephants Dancing
NEPA Scene (blog)
You don't even need to turn up the bass to feel these breezy vibes – these fun, positive songs are perfect for chilling out or dancing the night away both lyrically and musically, influenced by roots reggae, island hip-hop, and beach rock with bits of ...

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Regional Energy Consultant to verify ExxonMobil natural gas projections—Minister Harmon

The Guyana government has approved a proposal presented by Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson, to contract Energy Narrative for an eight week desk study on the options, costs, economic impact and key considerations of transporting and utilising natural gas from offshore Guyana for electricity generation. The company will be looking to also verify information …

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GYD$60M contracts awarded for Mazaruni Prisons upgrade, expansion

Government today (April 27, 2017) announced the award of two multi-million dollar contracts aimed at upgrading and expanding the facilities at the Mazaruni Prisons in Region Eight. The announcement was made by Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, who was at the time providing a post Cabinet briefing following its meet on Tuesday last. The cumulative …

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CID registers 85% success rate in solving crimes- Blanhum

…says high profile criminals getting bail posing challenges Crime Chief, Wendell Blanhum Senior Superintendent and Crime Chief, Wendell Blanhum said the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) has performed creditably thus far for 2017, with an 85 per cent success rate in solving crimes. “In terms of serious crimes for the period January to date, when we did an analysis for the ...

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Cabinet approves over $58m for works at Mazaruni Prison

Cabinet has approved over $58M in contracts for works to be carried out at the Mazaruni Prison so as to facilitate the transfer of prisoners from the Georgetown Prisons. State Minister, Joseph Harmon told media operatives on Thursday that contracts in the sums of $28,141,000 and $30,447,000 were awarded to A Nazeer and Sons Contracting and R Kissoon Contracting Services ...

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