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A communications error is what the prime minister blames for the Robert Le Hunte blunder.

He was speaking to the media during a tour of Udecott project sites along the western peninsula...

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It's divisive but in no way seditious, that's how one political analyst is describing the call for a boycott of 120 businesses across the country.

Dr. Winford James is in full support of...

A major faux pas on the part of the president' office about the composition of the EBC, forces a strong response from the...

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The Ministry of Works and Transport has launched a pothole repair hotline.

Works and Transport Minister Rohan Sinanan made the announcement at the ministry's launch of its Infrastructure...

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As of yesterday, inter-island ferry passengers with confirmed tickets have been flown to their destinations.

The Port Authority and Caribbean Airlines say the system is working well so far...

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A lower than expected turnout on the greens this year left many disappointed.

The party section of pan-semis saw just a handful of persons attending.

The North Stand, however,...

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The first peoples formerly known as the Amerindians are on a drive to rewrite the history books.

They say accounts of their existence are false and leave out their diversity.


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One prison officer is dead and numerous others injured following a massive fire at Guyana's Camp Street prison facility last evening.

CNC3 News has been monitoring that government's online...

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Machel Montano speaks about a newspaper article that alleged he fell ill while at the Socadrome on Carnival Tuesday.

 For many Christmas...

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Morning News Headlines for Tuesday 30th January, 2018

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Clean-up efforts are under way to remove mounds of garbage in a St Augustine river.

The video of the pile up sparked outraged on social media and the Tunapuna Regional Corporation says...