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Daily Archives: September 12, 2017

Sugar workers stage another protest against Skeldon Estate privatisation

Scores of sugar workers on Tuesday lined the streets of Corriverton once again to protest Government’s decision to privatize the Skeldon Sugar Estate. It was the first day for the year that work was scheduled for many of the workers as the estate had ceased grinding operations since last year due the unsafe conditions of the electricity co-generation plant used ...

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Canada-bound man excretes suspected cocaine pellets

A 39-year old man ,believed to be the latest person to attempt to smuggle cocaine by swallowing it, was Tuesday morning taken off a Canada-bound flight and has since excreted several suspected cocaine pellets, the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) said. The law enforcement agency identified the man as 39-year old Julius Fidel Watkins of 2nd Street, Cummings Lodge, East Coast ...

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Guyana hiring health workers to send to hurricane-battered British Virgin Islands

Guyana  would be rushing health workers to storm-battered British Virgin Islands (BVI) to provide medical and technical support to that United Kingdom dependency, government here announced. The Ministry of Public Health, through the office of the Chief Medical Officer. is recruiting medical staff and professionals who will work along with the Civil Defense Commission (CDC). According to Chief Medical Officer, ...

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