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Daily Archives: December 31, 2014

Dynamic Airways sued in US Federal Court by Guyana-New York passengers

A United States-based Guyanese lawyer and his brother, who is a local businessman, are suing Dynamic Airways for inconvenience caused due to lengthy delays and flight cancellations in recent weeks. Moses Rambarran is also urging all passengers affected on the New York-Georgetown route to become parties to a class-action lawsuit that seeks to, among other things, demand full refund of ...

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Venezuela reaffirms willingness to settle border controversy with Guyana

(EL UIVERSAL).-The Venezuelan government has released a communiqué in response to the recent statements made by Guyanese Foreign Minister Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett on the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy, where the Guyanese official noted her country was exploring options other than the Good Offices process, agreed upon by both countries to settle their dispute. In the communiqué, Venezuela underlines “it is willing and ...

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Search area expanded for plane missing over Guyana’s jungle

With still no sign of the missing Britten Norman Islander aircraft, the search and rescue operation widened its areas close to the intended destination Karisparu – an Amerindian community in Region 8 (Potaro/Siparuni) today, December 30, the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) said Tuesday. Eyewitness reports indicate that the aircraft was spotted closer to Karisparu, which prompted the decision to ...

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GUYANA: Amerindian votes at stake amid govt officials’ utterances

As Guyana’s ruling People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) aims to regain its badly needed parliamentary majority in early elections, the government appears to have smudged its own image again in the eyes of the Amerindians. This time, President Donald Ramotar’s alleged utterance to a heckler at Aishalton, Rupununi has sent the administration scurrying to explain the circumstances of what might ...

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