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Top Stories for Sunday, December 04, 2005

Plastic blamed for city floods
By Neil Marks

LAKE VIEW: the site of the new Five Star Lakeview Hotel at Liliendaal, Greater Georgetown, yesterday. (Cullen Bess-Nelson photos)
FACING another rainy season and angry citizens who say water from persistent rains last week should not have been in their yards and homes, Georgetown’s Chief Engineer Beverly Johnson said yesterday the drainage system in the capital city has been ...read more

Masked silent pirates attack fishermen
By Shawnel Cudjoe
PIRATES have struck again at fishermen working off the coast.
In the latest attacks, at least three fishing boats were attacked and robbed by what victims believe was one gang off the Annandale and Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara coast in two days ...read more

Mobile pumps for Liliendaal, Better Hope
-- Flood committee reconvened
WITH widespread floods again threatening the coast, President Bharrat Jagdeo yesterday ordered the reconvening of a special technical committee to deal with flood control and mobile pumps ...read more

Cats in bird danger
CATS may be in danger from birds they eat and have been identified as a carrier of the dreaded bird flu H5N1 virus, the ... read more

NEWS
HIV/AIDS `Don’t Dis Me’ campaign Caribbean singers, local companies for launch

CARIBBEAN singer superstars Rupee and Rikki Jai, together with some of Guyana’s biggest companies are on board for the launch of a massive HIV/AIDS anti-discrimination campaign as this country looks to stem the spread of the ...read more

SPORTS
Rampant Pakistan crush England by innings
…take Test series 2-0
LAHORE, Pakistan, (Reuters) - Rampant Pakistan, spearheaded by fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar, won the third and final Test against England by an innings and 100 runs yesterday to take the series. ...read more

EDITORIAL
FIGHTING ON ALL FRONTS
THE BATTLE is now being waged on all fronts by the Caribbean Community to prevent social and economic crises for the region's sugar and banana exporting countries against the most disturbing, inconsiderate attitudes by the European Union.
Not only are CARICOM sugar-producing. ...read more

FEATURES
Khan’s Chronicles
Me and my Panama hat
...read more

FOCUS ON 2nd CUBA-CARICOM SUMMIT
Tight security for Castro's  Barbados visit for meeting
By Rickey Singh
...read more

PROTESTS REFLECT HOPE
Weekly viewpoint by Robert Persaud, MBA
...read more

Kyoto and the Blair Switch
By Gwynne Dyer
...read more

'Bitter Sugar'- EU's devastating blow
By Patrick I Gomes
...read more

Still celebrating!
By Linda Hutchinson-Jafar
...read more

Strong Caribbean position needed in Hong Kong
By Sir Ronald Sanders
...read more

SUNDAY MORNING
Breasts suit settled
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Two women who had taken care of Koko, a gorilla who communicates with humans by sign language, have settled a lawsuit charging the president of its sanctuary. ...read more

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