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Daily Archives: October 11, 2016

Guyana Oil and Gas Association to push transparency, local jobs, training

The Guyana Oil and Gas Association (GOGA), which was launched Tuesday night, has its eyes set on ensuring transparency and accountability of transactions and adequate provision for Guyanese to be directly or indirectly employed. “GOGA will support all efforts which will lead to the fullest possible disclosure of all information on all transactions related to the exploitation of this national ...

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Robbery suspect held allegedly with gun, ammo

A resident of Linden, who is wanted for questioning for robbery under arms, was Tuesday morning arrested in Cuyuni allegedly with a gun and bullets, police said. Investigators said the 35 year old male of Industrial Area, Mackenzie, Linden,  was nabbed at Cuyuni by with an unlicensed .32 pistol with five matching rounds. The suspect who is wanted for questioning in ...

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Regional officials trained in conflict resolution

Regional Officials from across Guyana are now better equipped to handle and defuse controversy as the curtains came down on training sessions in conflict resolution, mediation, negotiation and restorative circles, the Ministry of Communities said Tuesday. The two-day training, which falls under the Youth and Citizenship Participation process, was held at the Umana Yana and saw participation from Regional Chairmen ...

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Guyana Foundation Sunrise Center pilot phase successfully completed

Hague Back, Guyana – (October 11, 2016) The Guyana Foundation recently announced that the pilot phase of its Sunrise Center on the Essequibo Coast was successfully completed. This announcement was made last week at the Westin Hotel, Grand Cayman, during a presentation by the Foundation’s Founder, Mrs. Supriya Singh-Bodden, C.C.H., and its Managing Director, Mr. Anthony Autar. In attendance were ...

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Cubans held with bogus immigration stamps in passport

by Abigail Semple City Magistrate Judy Latchman on Tuesday ordered three Cubans to post bail at GYD 80,000 each after they appeared in court on fraud charges. It is alleged that on October 9, 2016, at Moleson Creek, Corenteyne, Guyana with intent to defraud, Osmel Guirola-Aboscol, Andy Perez Rodriguez, and Alain Perez Rodriguez each uttered to Police Constable 22400 Carol ...

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Alleged GYD$10 million fraudulent land sale in court

by Abigail Semple A 41-year-old man was on Tuesday handed down a bail order in the sum of GYD$1.5 million  after allegedly committing a GYD$10 million fraud. The charge against Rajesh Tahadeo is that on September 7, 2015, at Georgetown, he conspired with another person to commit a felony; that is to say, obtaining money by false pretense. Tahadeo had ...

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