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Sixteen projects to fix storm-damaged roads, retaining walls and bridges around the territory should be finished by the end of 2015, officials said last Thursday.

Guyana could face financial blacklisting

The international standard-setting body in the fight against money laundering may soon sanction Guyana for failing to modernise its laws.

Business Briefs (Oct. 23, 2014)

FSC appointments Six men and one woman will serve on the board of directors of the Financial Services Commission for at least the next two years, government has announced.
While 7-year-olds generally shouldn’t be behind the wheel, all the drivers at the Caribbean Insurers-BVI Motorsports Association Soap Box Derby on Sunday were under 16.

RT Senior Centre hosts crafts sale

As shoppers trickled in and out of the Road Town Senior Centre Friday afternoon during a craft sale, Chrystalia Hodge and about 20 other senior citizens were on hand to talk about the items they’d...
On Saturday, Curwin Andrews won his third consecutive H. Lavity Stoutt Community College two-mile race to take the series on Virgin Gorda.

28th annual BEYC Pro Am kicks off this weekend

Top sailors from around the world will compete in the 28th annual Bitter End Pro Am Regatta starting this weekend.

St. Martin wins masters tournament again

On Sunday, the St. Martin Veterans Football Club was crowned the champions of the third annual Old Madrid Masters Invitational Football Tournament held at the Greenland Grounds in East End.