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Guyana police in search of married man who allegedly married someone else

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The Guyana Police Force has issued a wanted bulletin for Andrew Simon who they want to question in relation to bigamy, meaning that he...

Transgender man gives birth after ‘Grindr one-night stand’ while transitioning

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A transgender man is sharing his unplanned pregnancy journey after getting knocked up from a “Grindr one-night stand.” Ash Patrick Schade, 28, was two years...

Government Asked to Align Isolation Periods for Travelers With New U.S. and U.K. Criteria

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The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA) has asked the region’s government leaders to reduce the isolation periods for travelers to align with the United Kingdom...

Times of India names Jamaica among the safest places to visit in 2022

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The Times of India, a daily newspaper in India, has rated Jamaica as one of the safest travel destinations globally. The ranking was based on the latest...

BRISTOL: Boy, 9, ‘almost went blind’ when he developed ‘Covid-eye’ after testing positive for...

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A nine-year-old boy almost went blind and spent Christmas in hospital after developing ‘Covid eye’ – a rare side effect that scientists have linked...

Sophie Charles-Barber is the new Creative Director at Red Advertising

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Red Advertising & Marketing has appointed Sophie Charles-Barber, a London-born advertising and branding specialist, as its new Creative Director effective January 3rd, 2022.   Ms. Charles-Barber,...

Guyana scores big again as Exxon hits two more discoveries

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OIL NOW: ExxonMobil and the Government of Guyana today announced two oil discoveries at Fangtooth-1 and Lau Lau-1 in the Stabroek block offshore Guyana. The...

Large Scale Action Movie Filming In The Caribbean Seeks A Fishing Trawler, ...

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Following his award-winning film SUBNIVEAN and critically-acclaimed film CROOKERY, filmmaker Jonathan Perry’s upcoming production is set to film in the Caribbean. The classified production...

Trinidad trade union leaders urge public servants to defy vaccination policy

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Trade union leaders in Trinidad on Tuesday called on public sector workers to reject the mandatory vaccination policy of the government and turn up...

Soaring Omicron could lead to more dangerous variants, WHO warns

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(AFP) — Soaring Omicron cases around the globe could increase the risk of a newer, more dangerous variant emerging, the World Health Organization in...

US researcher predicts 2022 to be a ‘very difficult year’ for the Caribbean

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A United States researcher is predicting that 2022 will likely be a “mercurial but ultimately very difficult year” for Latin America and the Caribbean...

UK PM says hospitals face ‘considerable pressure’

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday said that the UK’s state-run hospitals will face “considerable pressure” in the coming weeks due to the...

Still own a BlackBerry phone? They’re about to stop working

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Many of BlackBerry Ltd.’s mobile phones will stop reliably working on Tuesday after the company decommissions several of its services. The Waterloo, Ont.-based business is...