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Where is the National Sports Policy? – Stabroek News

Where is the National Sports Policy?Stabroek NewsEfforts were made to uplift a copy from the National Sports Commission or the Athletic Association of Guyana, only to find out that neither organisation had it. How can there be a National Sports Policy ...

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Frequencies are being farmed out – Stabroek News

Stabroek NewsFrequencies are being farmed outStabroek NewsThe table shows that several frequencies have been allocated to the Government of Guyana either as NCN or as the Learning Channel in various parts of the country. In the most populous contiguous...

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CARIFTA Games trials set for this weekend – Stabroek News

CARIFTA Games trials set for this weekendStabroek NewsThe first official track and field competition for the athletics season of the Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG) the CARIFTA Games trials is scheduled for this weekend at the Guyana Defence Forc...

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Windwards seek to stretch lead against Guyana – Stabroek News

Windwards seek to stretch lead against GuyanaStabroek NewsKINGSTOWN, St. Vincent, CMC- Front runners Windward Islands will aim to stretch their lead when they play Guyana at home as the WICB regional four-day competition enters the third round with mat...

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Weakened TT oppose hosts Leewards – Trinidad News

Weakened TT oppose hosts LeewardsTrinidad NewsTRINIDAD AND Tobago, who have already lost key players due to their commitments with West Indies and the Bangladesh Premier League, will now be without in-form batsman Jason Mohammed as well as pacer Shanno...

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Harvard in control of North Zone – Trinidad News

Harvard in control of North ZoneTrinidad NewsHARVARD SPORTS Club crushed Morvant-based Ebony Sports Club by an innings and 98 runs recently to claim pole position after two rounds of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) North Zone Senior Divisi...

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Waiving revenue to borrow – Trinidad News


Waiving revenue to borrow
Trinidad News
Government's odd decision to forego the collection of Lands and Buildings Taxes or Property Tax and instead borrow the money which the taxes would have provided remains the most puzzling economic and political strategy of any Trinidad and Tobago ...

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