Monday 6th February 2017
Saturday 28th January 2017
Monday 23rd January 2017
Throughout the world there has always been a substantial segment of the population that is living in less than ideal conditions with estimates of the number of absolute poor reaching 100 million people worldwide.
The homeless are the most highly visible yet unseen residents in the capital city and country wide. At the most basic economic level, homelessness is caused by poverty and unemployment. However, becoming homeless is not the result of just a single event or factor; instead it’s a myriad of contributing factors that leads to someone becoming homeless. The many unfortunate individuals who have found themselves in a situation that could happen to practically anyone are not always drunks or drug abusers or mental patients, they are not the perpetual social problem that many believe them to be and after all this time some of us still look upon these people as a problem, an inconvenience. As such, most people have not taken the time to look past the stereotypes that concern these people and actually find out how they ended up being homeless, living in a shelter or the streets.
Thursday 22 December 2016
The Barbados Tridents have announced the transfer of prolific Barbadian opening batsman Dwayne Smith from the Guyana Amazon Warriors.
In his one season with Guyana, Smith was the third highest scorer with 279 runs (best of 62) and helped the Warriors reach the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) final where they lost to Jamaica Tallawahs.
Monday 21st November 2016
Trinidadian Curtis Cox picked up the men's title while Tonya Nero successfully defended her female title in the South American 10K Classic which concluded at the National Park yesterday. Capitalizing on the absence of some of the key competitors in the competition, Cox took the win in a time of 32 minutes 48 seconds, while Nero had an effortless win in 36 minutes and 14 seconds.
Guyana's Cleveland Thomas and Winston Missigher were in just behind Cox, while Trinidad's Matthew Hagley was fourth and Guyana's Ornesto Thomas rounded out the top five in the men's category.
Thursday 15th December 2016
The St Kitts & Nevis Patriots announces the acquisition of one of the greatest batsmen of the modern era, Chris Gayle, as the newest member of the Patriots family.
The undisputed King of T20 cricket has signed a new contract which will see him become the headliner in the Patriots team for the 2017 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) season. Gayle previously led the Jamaica Tallawahs in all four editions of the Hero CPL – winning the championship twice, in 2013 and earlier this year in 2016.
Wednesday 14th September 2016
RED Entertainment and E-networks Inc. have started an exciting collaboration to produce Guyana’s greatest televised talent competition, ‘The Spotlight’. This competition will open doors for talented Guyanese across the nation to showcase their talents, whether it be dancing, singing, playing an instrument, comedy or acrobatics.
Tuesday 13th September 2016
By Jessica Faieta*
Caribbean countries make a special case for development. The high and increasing exposure to hazards, combined with very open and trade-dependent economies with limited diversification and competitiveness portray a structurally and environmentally vulnerable region, composed, in the most part, of middle income countries.
Friday 26th August 2016
Thursday 25th August 2016
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Thursday 25th August 2016
Digicel Caribbean Ltd today announced living legend, world record holder and the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt, as its Chief Speed Officer (CSO).
With his unprecedented “three-peat” at the Olympic Games in Rio, Usain has taken his rightful place in the annals of history and sealed his position as the greatest athlete ever. The unique “job for life” comes in tandem with the agreement of a lifetime partnership between Digicel and Usain Bolt – an honour only a very small number of the absolute greatest athletes in the world have ever achieved – and a first for Digicel.
Thursday 25th August 2016
Thursday 4th August 2016
Guyana Amazon Warriors 150-6 (C Lynn 49, K Williams 4 for 37) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 146-8 (C Gayle 33, R Emrit 2 for 30) beat by four wickets.
The Guyana Amazon Warriors have secured a place in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) final with a dramatic win over the Jamaica Tallawahs in the first playoff match at Warner Park, St Kitts.
Three wickets from Rayad Emrit and two for Sohail Tanvir restricted the Tallawahs to 146-8 from their 20 overs. Rain arrived to hold up proceedings but when they did get back under way the Amazon Warriors chased down the target with just two balls to spare with Australia’s Chris Lynn top-scoring for the Guyanese side.
Sunday 31st July 2016
On Friday 23rd May, 2014 the life of 16 month old Renie Rogers changed forever. Her mother Shawnette Rogers recalled “I was cooking in a pressure pot and I thought she was sleeping so I went at the sink and was cleaning salt fish when I heard the whistle on the pressure pot blew off,” the kerosene stove somehow fell on Renie resulting in her suffering first degree burns about her body.
Renie began the fight of her life since that day, undergoing two (2) corrective surgeries thus far. She is forced to deal with the constant pain that comes with cleaning and dressing some of the wounds which to date have not healed. The emotional trauma this baby suffers is quite evident in her facial expressions as she listens to us discuss that day.
Tuesday 19th July 2016
The Jamaica Tallawahs have moved to the top of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) table with a fine win against the Trinbago Knight Riders at Sabina Park, their third successive home victory in three matches. A career best score by Rovman Powell and a brilliant display of hitting at the end of their innings from Andre Russell helped the Tallawahs to set a target of 159 to win.
Monday 18th July 2016
The Management, staff, coaches and players of the Guyana Amazon Warriors would like to thank their fans both local and international for their massive demonstration of support during the four games played at Providence Cricket Stadium in the past two weeks.
Monday 11th July 2016
St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots bowler Krishmar Santokie has been fined for breaching Level 2 of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) Code of Conduct during his side's game against Guyana Amazon Warriors at Providence, Guyana on Saturday.
Santokie was fined 75 per cent of his match fee by Match Referee Dev Govindjee.
Saturday 9th July 2016
Guyana Amazon Warriors 109-6 (M Guptill 43, S Badree 2 for 18) beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 108-8 (L Simmons 50, A Zampa 3 for 18)by seven wickets with 22 balls to spare.
A brilliant display from the Guyana Amazon Warriors bowlers was backed up by their batsmen as they made it four wins in four matches against the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL). They won the match with 22 balls to spare thanks to runs from Martin Guptill and Chris Lynn who shared a match winning stand of 60 in a chase of just 109.
Friday 8th July 2016
Guyana Amazon Warriors 101-3 (C Lynn 39*, Imad Wasim 2 for 6) beat Jamaica Tallawahs 100 all out (R Powell 39, V Permaul 3 for 20)by seven wickets with 12 balls to spare.
On a pitch where the spinners were dominant the Guyana Amazon Warriors and Jamaica Tallawahs produced a thrilling contest in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) that was full of twists and turns.
Thursday 7th July 2016
The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) is well underway and aside from the top quality players on display from all four corners of the world, there is a strong team of Match Officials from across the Caribbean, north America and beyond who are ensuring that the highest possible standards are being met.
In an exclusive interview with www.cplt20.com, South African umpire Johan Cloete, who alongside Australian John Ward is a member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Panel of Umpires, discusses his role with Hero CPL, his own pathway, the role senior Referees and Umpires will play for the development of West Indies Match Officials over the course of the tournament and his hopes for the Hero CPL.
Thursday 7th July 2016
South African fast bowler Dale Steyn believes that the Jamaica Tallawahs are in a good place as the HeroCaribbean Premier League (CPL) resumes on Thursday night with a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash against hosts Guyana Amazon Warriors in Providence (7pm).
Looking ahead to Thursday night’s game the 33-year-old Proteas star paid tribute to skipper Chris Gayle and said that he is relishing the opportunity to feature in his first Hero CPL.