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Monthly Archives: January 2012

MALABO,  (Reuters) - Angola, needing a point to reach the African Nations Cup quarter-finals, were eliminated yesterday after losing 2-0 in their final game...

NOT even the heavy showers which forced the cancellation of numerous sporting activities over the last weekend could have prevented the executives of the...

…after dethroning Diana ChapmanUNDER this year’s Theme ‘Mashin’ With Pride-Keepin’ We Traditions Alive’, last year’s runner-up and the 2010 Mashramani Junior Calypso winner Ms...

THE City Engineer’s Department of the Georgetown Municipality is now moving to “take down” some of the trees that are deemed a threat to...

HEAVY winds in Georgetown caused two huge trees to fall on consecutive days, disrupting traffic in the capital. The second, a...

Interpol help being sought to get one fugitiveCOMMANDER of Police ‘D’ Division, Senior Superintendent, Christopher Griffith said yesterday that collaborative work will continue with...

APART from the current La Nina phenomenon, residents in the capital city have cited improper dumping of garbage and clogged drains as the main...

-- Information not forthcoming from City Treasurer--Local Government Minister hoping for surpriseA LACK of information from the Treasurer’s Department is preventing Councillor Junior Garrett,...

THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs is moving ahead with addressing preparations for the review of the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), which is due in...

INVITEES to the observance of the United Nations Global Inter-Faith Harmony Week 2012 are hereby notified that, due to inclement weather, the venue has...