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Parents welcome new eBook computer rollout


Many of the parents of students at the All Saints Secondary School (ASSS) have placed their faith in the newly distributed eBook computers to transform the way their children learn, and stated that they are in support of the initiative.

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Virgin Holidays partners with Antigua-Barbuda in first ever destination take-over


We felt the need to create a boost in Summer 2017 bookings from the United Kingdom ahead of the usual April advertising period, and decided to work with one of our largest tour operator partners in the UK, Virgin Holidays,” said ABTA CEO, Colin C. James.

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UN expert urges more aid for Hurricane Matthew victims in Haiti


An independent United Nations expert on human rights today welcomed the recent completion of the electoral process as “remarkable progress” for the island nation, while he also urged the authorities to address the situation in prisons, and redouble efforts to help Haitians affected by Hurricane Matthew and the 2010 earthquake.

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Next ECLAC hosts disaster seminar and training in Barbados

nnnn885The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) subregional headquarters for the Caribbean takes its disaster assessment expertise to Barbados from 14-16 March 2017, for a seminar that will benefit representatives of national disaster agencies from Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica and St Kitts and Nevis. 

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Challenged to attract reputable airlines, New York-Guyana airfares at all time high again

kkkThe flying public is again complaining that airfares between North America and Guyana are at an all-time high again, averaging roundtrip US$800 to 1,200 between New York and Georgetown, this with an announcement .

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