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Jaguars maul Tinto Academy in GFF U-16 Football

Guyana Jaguars defeated Tinto’s Academy of Trinidad and Tobago 4-2 when the Guyana Football Federation’s (GFF) Boy’s U-16 Youth Academy Cup continued yesterday at the National Training Centre in Providence, East Bank Demerara. The contest was effectively settled at the end of the first half, as the Guyanese stormed to a commanding 4-1 advantage. The […]

Crystal Mahabir defeated in competitive return to Muaythai

Sports Jonathan Ramnanansingh 7 Hrs Ago TT’s Crystal Muhabir, right, up against Canadian Casey Carles at Reprezentz Muaythai Tournament in Ontario on July 13. – AFTER spending two years away from the competitive circuit, TT’s Crystal Mahabir made a welcome return to combat sports at the Reprezentz Muaythai Tournament in Ontario, Canada, on July 13. […]

Collaboration ‘key’ to boosting exports

18 Small businesses are being urged to work together to enhance their brands and export potential as part of a national drive to expand economic opportunities. Kevin Hunte, permanent secretary in the Ministry of Business Development, delivered this message at the graduation ceremony for the Barbados Bottling Company Ltd and Coca-Cola Company Growing Together Small […]

$1b withdrawal triggers more HSF questions

Business Newsday Yesterday TTCSI president Dianne Joseph – A WEEK before Christmas, more than $1 billion was withdrawn from the Heritage and Stabilisation Fund (HSF). Yet there was nary a peep of explanation from any public official. In fact, the withdrawal only came to light on June 18 in a quarterly HSF investment report posted […]

Melissa Ochoa – Navigating the vast world of fashion marketing

Amidst a surfeit of young, emerging, female would-be entrepreneurs  marketing fashion across Guyana, a handful appear to strive to be different, their advertising ‘pitch’ seemingly reflecting an enduring eagerness to ‘arrest’ the attention of the potential buyer. This, it seems, is the objective of Melissa Ochoa, a 27 year-old clothing vendor who has altogether persuaded […]

Notorious International ecstatic over surprise victory | Entertainment

WESTERN BUREAU: Dynamq, the loveable South Sudan native who has been using reggae music to bury his past, which saw him fleeing his war-torn homeland to face the harsh realities of life in a refugee camp in Kenya, turned up at Wednesday night’s 2024 Reggae Sumfest Global Sound Clash in Montego Bay, determined to defend […]

Sailing charting a firm course

179 Earlier this year, Barbados was one of three nations awarded technical training courses in sailing, as part of Steering the Course, World Sailing’s global women’s sailing festival. That promised Technical Course came to fruition this past week. Facilitated by British Paralympic sailor Hannah Stodel, with support from Cat Duncan and World Sailing, the Level […]

Windies bowl out England for 416 after Pope hundred

(CMC) – Six wickets after tea enabled the West Indies to bowl out England in the second Test of the Richards-Botham Trophy Series yesterday after Ollie Pope led powerful batting for the hosts with his sixth Test hundred. Alzarri Joseph and Kavem Hodge grabbed four wickets between them in the final session to spur a […]

Kevin Sinclair: Windies guilty of putting down a few chances

Sports Roneil Walcott 12 Minutes Ago England’s Ollie Pope plays a shot during day one of the second Test against West Indies at Trent Bridge cricket ground, Nottingham, England, on July 18, 2024. – AP PHOTO AFTER suffering a crushing innings and 114-run loss to England in the first Test at Lord’s Cricket Ground last […]

Businesses join hurricane relief drive

186 The Barbados Private Sector Association (BPSA) will render crucial aid to those neighbouring Caribbean islands decimated by the passage of Hurricane Beryl. Chairman of the BPSA Trisha Tannis said in a statement that corporate Barbados must play its part in the relief efforts. “We are also very conscious of the devastation to our neighbouring […]