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August 22, 2017

UDFA Super Cup Inter-Association football

Source: Guyana Chronicle Essequibo hammer East Bank 5-1, Upper Demerara knock out East Coast 3-1 By Joe Chapman EXCELLENT finishing by a running Essequibo/Pomeroon side enabled them to eliminate East Bank 5-1 to join unbeaten Upper Demerara into the semifinals of the inaugural GT Beer $M ‘Sunday Night Super Cup’ Inter-Association football championship,…


New CBCS board almost complete

Source: Curacao Chronicle WILLEMSTAD – The Supervisory Board of the Central Bank of Curaçao and St. Maarten (CBCS) now consists of six new members (including the chairman) and is now almost complete. The screening of the seventh candidate, whose name is not yet known, will be completed within short. The Supervisory Board comprises…


Saluting our promising top achievers

Source: Barbados Today Congratulations to our latest batch of Barbados Scholarship and Exhibition winners who shortly will begin a new phase of their academic journey when they enter university to pursue degree studies that will establish the foundation of future careers. Based on the results of this year’s Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examinations (CAPE),…


John Zabaneh comes off U.S. ‘drug kingpin’ list

Source: Channel 5 Belize John Zabaneh Businessman John Zabaneh is a well-known entrepreneur in South Stann Creek whose ventures, including Mayan King Limited, Mid-south Investments Limited, Belize Chemicals Limited and Crown Paradise Enterprises were all flagged by the U.S. Treasury back in 2012.  Those companies were designated as Specially Designated Narcotics Traffickers and were…

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Territorial Volunteers says Sedi must go!

Source: Channel 5 Belize Former Foreign Affairs Minister Lisa Shoman appears to have stepped on a few toes last week after writing an open letter to Prime Minister Dean Barrow, appealing to him to distance himself from comments made by Wilfred Elrington. Foreign Minister Elrington repeated in a news interview on August sixteenth, as…


U.D.P. prepares for Municipal Convention in Belize City

Source: Channel 5 Belize Belize City will host the United Democratic Party’s next convention to select a municipal slate for the 2018 elections due in March this coming Sunday. The headline is the mayoral race, the first since 2011, as incumbent councilors Dion Leslie and Philip Willoughby go head-to-head for votes. But whoever wins…


Primary schooler Janey Bailey, 7, killed in traffic mishap

Source: Channel 5 Belize There was a fatal traffic accident today on the Stann Creek Valley Road in southern Belize that claimed the life of a seven-year-old Dangriga student. Around eleven-thirty this morning, Janey Bailey and her grandmother, forty-seven-year-old Jacklyn Jacobs, alighted a passenger bus between miles three and four on the Hummingbird Highway. …


Shot teen refuses to cooperate with police

Source: Channel 5 Belize There was a shooting on Monday night in Belize City in which an eighteen-year-old man was shot once to the right thigh. But that is all we can report tonight because, according to police, the victim is not cooperating with investigators. Link: Shot teen refuses to cooperate with police

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Ambrose interested in England job

Source: Barbados Today West Indies legend Curtly Ambrose said he would be keen to join England’s coaching team should Ottis Gibson become head coach of South Africa. Gibson is reportedly set to join the Proteas after England’s current series with the Windies. The former Barbados and West Indies paceman is currently working as…


2026 vision

Source: Barbados Today Barbados performance at the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football Under-15 Championship at the IMG Academy in Florida was nothing short of impressive. Speaking with Barbados TODAY after the team touch down Sunday night at Grantley Adams International Airport, where Barbados Football Association President, Randolph Harris and…

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