Guyana Resource Center
Set like a gem in the crown of South America, nestled on the North-Eastern shoulder, defying the raging Atlantic Ocean, Guyana's many waterways reflect the source of it's name "The Land of Many Waters"
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Wednesday, April 05, 2006
Latest Headlines from Caribbean Net News...

Antigua-Barbuda to seek WTO sanctions over online gambling ban

GENEVA, Switzerland (Bloomberg): The Caribbean
island nation of Antigua and Barbuda will seek
sanctions against the U.S. after the world's biggest
economy missed a deadline to end discrimination
against foreign online betting companies...

UN Committee on Decolonisation visits Turks & Caicos Islands

GRAND TURK, Turks & Caicos Islands: The United
Nations Special Committee on Decolonisation, headed
by Ambassador Julian Hunte, St Lucia’s Ambassador
to the United Nations, met with Turks & Caicos Chief
Minister, Dr. Michael Misick and his cabinet on
Monday in Grand Turk...

Dominican government offers to sell land to squatters

ROSEAU, Dominica: The Ministry of Housing says it is
regularising a severe squatting situation in Dominica
by announcing its plans to sell lands in designated
communities at EC$1 per square foot. Housing
Minister Reginald Austrie said all legal fees for
registration of the land will be waived...

Malaysia's top diplomat due in Cuba to bolster ties

HAVANA, Cuba (AFP): Malaysia's Foreign Minister
Syed Hamid Albar was due in Cuba's capital Tuesday
for a one-day visit aimed at bolstering cooperation
and trade ties, officials said...

Domestic violence-related homicides remain major challenge for Trinidad and Tobago says minister

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad: Trinidad and Tobago's
National Security Minister, Senator Martin Joseph,
has admitted that certain types of homicides now
occurring in the country remain a real challenge for
government but has vowed to put measures in place
to deal with the situation...

Test site status for Dominica port

ROSEAU, Dominica: Dominica has been selected as
a ‘test site’ to assess the use of modern technology
for port processes to improve trade in the region...

Dominica sowing organic isle concept

ROSEAU, Dominica: Head of Environmental
Coordinating Unit (ECU) Lloyd Pascal this week
disclosed that a recommendation is before
government to make Dominica a fully organic island...

Fuel truck explodes in BVI

ROAD TOWN, BVI: The driver of one of Delta
Petroleum trucks in the British Virgin Islands remains
in hospital after the vehicle he was driving exploded
while delivering fuel to a Yacht Charter in Freshman’s
Cay to the west of the island...

BVI takes measures to prevent child abuse

ROAD TOWN, BVI: Minister for Health and Social
Development in the British Virgin Islands, Ronnie
Skelton, has endorsed a number of measures to
prevent child abuse in the BVI...

Letter: The vast majority of Caribbean people are naive

In reference to Caribbean nurses and teachers being
exploited in the United Kingdom, I can speak for
English-speaking Caribbean people...

Jamaican Fuller ready to prove critics wrong

LONDON, England: Reggae Boy Ricardo Fuller, who
scored two goals on the weekend to help
Southampton to an exciting 3-2 victory over Cardiff
in the Coca-Cola Championship match, has vowed to
prove his status as a Saints striker...