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Daily Archives: November 27, 2016

Govt blundered in failing to disclose Homestretch Development Inc. upfront

Viewpoint by David Hinds After careful study of the statements from the President and other members of the government along with those of members of the opposition regarding what has now become the controversial Homestretch Development Incorporated, I have three interrelated comments. First, why was this government or quasi-government company not made public at the time it was created? I ...

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AFC Councillor won’t be allowed to become next Georgetown Mayor – Political Scientists

Political Scientists on Sunday do not expect that the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR)-dominated A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) would cede the mayoral post to the Alliance For Change’s (AFC) Sherod Duncan at internal elections due next month. Former University of Guyana Political Science lecturer, Freddie Kissoon does not expect the APNU to move incumbent Mayor, Patricia Chase- Green ...

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‘John Corbie’ shot at Wings and Things

An East Ruimveldt resident is presently in a serious condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, after being shot thrice about his body during an exchange of gunfire. Police said the man was shot by a licensed firearm holder about 02:00 hrs Sunday morning at the Wings and Things Bar, located at Mandela Avenue. Investigations revealed that the victim Martin ...

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President unveils bust of the late Claude Alphonso Merriman

President David Granger Saturday afternoon joined with the family of the late Claude Alphonso Merriman C.C.H. J.P to unveil a bust at the Merriman’s Mall, Vlissengen Road. Mr. Merriman was born on November 29, 1912 at Werk-en-Rust Georgetown and died in 1995. The bust was sculpted by Mr. Ivor Thom.  The President commended the family for the initiative and spoke of the ...

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