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Daily Archives: September 5, 2016

Guyana to establish onshore oil and gas logistics supply base

The Ministry of Natural Resources has announced Government’s intention to establish an onshore oil and gas facility in Guyana with a view to fully optimising opportunities for the country in the area of petroleum exploration and production. “The Ministry of Natural Resources, working in conjunction with the Ministries of Public Infrastructure and Business, believes that this facility is a critically ...

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Violent storm damage several houses on Leguan

Residents on Leguan were up to late Monday trying to pick up the pieces after a freak storm damaged several houses and uprooted trees in the south-eastern side of that Essequibo Island. Several residents confirmed that the storm blew off the roofs of at least five houses and damaged a mandir’s roof at Blenheim on Sunday afternoon. There were no ...

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NCN denies news anchor taken off air because she’s pregnant; says Sport Editor deserves one-month suspension

In the face of a blunt denial that a television news anchor for Guyana’s state-owned National Communications Network (NCN)  was taken off the set because she is pregnant, she has insisted that she was ordered to stop reading the news but later told that she could continue until she proceeds on maternity leave. “Management wishes to make it publicly known ...

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Britain’s Prince Harry to visit Guyana during Caribbean tour

Britain’s Prince Harry is scheduled to visit Guyana before Christmas as part of a tour to several Caribbean countries on behalf of Queen Elizabeth II, Kensington Palace announced. This visit will be the first by a member of the Royal Family since 2004. With autumn lasting from September 22 to December 20, 2016, Britain announced that Prince Harry’s visit will ...

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Two people dead, two wounded in J’Ouvert parade shootings in Brooklyn

Reproduced from New York Daily News At least four people were shot, two fatally, as gunshots erupted at the bustling J’Ouvert celebration in Brooklyn despite NYPD doubling their parade patrols. The annual West Indian heritage celebration was marred by deadly violence just before 4 a.m. when cops rushed to eastern Prospect Park following reports that four people had been shot ...

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