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Hundreds from Around the World to Attend Tourism Conference in Mobay November Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News Western Jamaica 

Hundreds from Around the World to Attend Tourism Conference in Mobay November

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Tertiary-level Path Students Receive Scholarships College News Editor's Highlights Education Featured News Latest Jamaican News Latest News Leading News 

Tertiary-level Path Students Receive Scholarships

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Government Officials Earning Millions from Government Awarded Contracts Business Caribbean News Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News 

Government Officials Earning Millions from Government Awarded Contracts

GUYANA (Mckoy’s News) – Government Officials Earning Millions from Government Awarded Contracts: Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo is claiming that a Government Minister is cashing in on millions of dollars on a Guyana Power and Light (GPL) contract that was awarded for rehabilitative works on the company’s distribution network. Jagdeo claimed the power company, with the blessings of the Minister in question, awarded... Read More
Flooding, Climate Change Threatens Caribbean and Pacific Islands Editor's Highlights Featured News Latest News Leading News World 

Flooding, Climate Change Threatens Caribbean and Pacific Islands

Caribbean, (McKoy’s News) – Climate Change Threatens Caribbean and Pacific Islands: A recent study by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) estimates that 4.2 million people in Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in the Caribbean and in the Pacific are living in areas that are prone to flooding due to rising sea levels.  In addition to coast erosion, rising sea levels... Read More
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