More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North4 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day ago38 Jaguar Drive, Bundall sold for $1.8 million.It is described as “perfect for children and pets with plenty of grass on the 800sq m block.There is also an outdoor entertaining area with kitchen that overlooks the pool and waterfront.The luxury master suite has a parent’s retreat, his and hers walk-in wardrobes and an ensuite.Genc & Co agents Isaac and Maria Genc handled the sale. Fancy a swim? 38 Jaguar Drive, Bundall has changed hands for $1.8 million.A RENOVATED Gold Coast property has changed hands for a cool $1.8 million.The waterfront residence in a sought-after cul-de-sac in Bundall features four bedrooms, several living areas and a self-contained granny flat. 38 Jaguar Drive, Bundall.Property records show it is the fourth highest sale on the street.The property last changed hands for $1.265 million in 2007. 38 Jaguar Drive, Bundall.
THE Guyana Amazon Warriors OPCO has announced that the commencement of ticket sales for the Franchise’s home games have been postponed.In an urgent release sent out late Sunday evening, the body said that new release would be issued regarding the new date for the commencement of ticket sales“CPL OPCO wishes to advise that the sale of tickets for the Guyana Amazon Warriors home matches of the 2019 Hero CPL, which was due to commence tomorrow, Monday, 29th July, 2019, has been postponed to a date to be announced.”“A Media Release will be issued soon advising of the new start date of ticket sales.”“CPL OPCO apologizes to all our fans and especially to our overseas supporters for any inconvenience caused,” it concluded by saying.On Saturday, the body released an email saying that ticket sales were to begin on Monday.Prices in the initial release ranged from G$5,000 for the green stand, G$5,000 for the Red Stand, G$3,000 for the Orange Stand and G$2,000 for the Grass Mound.The game dates that were being advertised were Thursday September 5 (Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St. Lucia Stars at 18:00), Saturday September 7 (Guyana Amazon Warriors vs St Kitts Patriots at 20:00), Sunday September 8 (Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Barbados Tridents at 17:00), Thursday October 3 (Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Jamaica Tallawahs at 18:00) and Friday October 4 (Guyana Amazon Warriors vs Trinbago Knight Riders at 20:00)
The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) has announced support for its Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) affected by Hurricane Irma and for the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA), which is coordinating the region’s response to the affected states.The CDB will provide Emergency Relief Grants of $200,000 each to Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, the British Virgin Islands and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The funds are to assist with costs associated with damage assessments and the provision and transportation of emergency relief supplies, water and sanitation resources, roofing materials for emergency shelters and community buildings, and temporary shelter for displaced residents. Immediate response loans to be provided alsoIn addition, CDB has offered Immediate Response Loans of up to US$750,000 to the affected countries. The loans, available on highly concessionary terms, are designed to support the clearing and cleaning of areas damaged by Hurricane Irma and the emergency restoration of services.As the region anticipated the arrival of Hurricane Irma, the CDB had also approved a fast-tracked grant of US$150,000 to CDEMA to assist with preparations for mobilizing and coordinating disaster relief.CDB president Dr. Warren Smith noted the Bank’s commitment to providing assistance following the passage of Irma.“We reaffirm our support for our BMCs affected by this devastating hurricane. We very much regret the loss of life and infrastructure, and pledge to help the Governments and people of the impacted countries recover and rebuild in any way we possibly can,” he said.