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Daily Archives: January 17, 2016

Canada-based Guyanese likely to plug solar power into homeland

A newly-formed Canada-headquartered solar energy company has signed a Letter of Intent with the Guyana government to supply clean electricity, the Chief Executive Officer of Greenheart Tree Energy, Esmonde Klass. “We were given a letter of interest from Minister (of Public Works David) Patterson and now we are waiting for the bidding process,” he told Demerara Waves Online News. Klass ...

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Fire fighters avert blaze at Bank of Guyana

Fire fighters and staff members of the Bank of Guyana averted what could have possibly been a major fire at the country’s Central Bank. The minor incident occurred at about 9:30 Saturday night. Governor of the Bank of Guyana, Dr. Gobind Ganga told Demerara Waves Online News that fumes emitted after an electric wire got into contact with an air ...

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Man previously jailed for wounding now wanted for murder

A man, who was recently released from prison after serving a jail sentence for wounding, is now wanted for allegedly murdering a man early Sunday morning. “The suspect has not yet been arrested. He was recently released from prison where he had served a sentence on a charge of wounding,” police said. His identity was not released. Guyana Police Force ...

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Top PPP Berbice leaders knew Ramotar was not vote-getter- Ramkarran

Former long-serving People’s Progressive Party (PPP) executive member, Ralph Ramkarran said at least two leading members in Berbice had pledged to support him for the presidential candidacy at a secret ballot because that they had already predicted that Donald Ramotar would not have been a vote-getter. Ramkarran recalled that back in 2010, “two influential local leaders in the PPP’s heartland ...

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