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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Guyana’s President signals need for foreign help for GDF

President David Granger Thursday midnight- on the eve of Guyana’s 48th Republic anniversary- ratcheted up talk of heightened border security and said he hoped international aid would be provided to the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) to execute a number of tasks including territorial protection. “Guyana looks forward to the intensification of cooperation with friendly, foreign states, especially in building capacity ...

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Deported to Guyana, man went back to Canada and returned to life of crime; convicted and faces second deportation

Reproduced from The Record KITCHENER — A man from Guyana deported from Canada 21 years ago after racking up several criminal convictions — including one for robbery — sneaked back into this country and returned to crime. Sheikh Ally, 47, was sentenced on Thursday to a little more than six years in prison, minus enhanced pretrial custody, afterpleading guilty to a slew ...

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Senior Caricom official shot, robbed outside home

A senior official of the Guyana-based Caribbean Community (Caricom) headquarters was Thursday shot and robbed, shortly after leaving the East Coast Demerara branch of Republic Bank. This is said to be third time in recent weeks that customers leaving that bank’s branch at Triumph have been robbed of large sums of cash Shot and injured is Lionel Persaud, a senior ...

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ExxonMobil was not entitled to CGX-like contract- Jagdeo; “We are not going back on it”- govt

The Guyana government on Thursday said definitively that it would not be revising the Production Sharing Agreement with ExxonMobil, the same day that Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo questioned why government did not negotiate better contracts than those signed by former Presidents Janet Jagan and Donald Ramotar. The 2016 agreement between government and ExxonMobil contains a number of contentious clauses that ...

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Efforts made to ensure Ethnic Relations Commission is not politically compromised

Chairman of Parliament’s Appointments Committee, Dr. George Norton on Thursday said the protracted delay in the appointment of new members of the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) was due to efforts to ensure the commission was not unduly influenced by politics. “Both sides of the political divide were feverishly working towards it (Commissioners’ appointment) but yet you had to be careful ...

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Teaching Service Commission’s appointment paves way for teachers’ promotions, appointments

The way is now clear for the appointment of senior teachers for 2016 and 2017 as well as the appointment of junior teachers, with the appointment of the Teaching Service Commission, a senior official of the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) said. Field Secretary of the GTU, Lance Baptiste’s comments came shortly after the swearing in of TSC members before President ...

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Tullow/Eco (Atlantic) spot signs of more oil offshore Guyana

OFFSHORE OIL AND GAS MAGAZINE,-TORONTO – Tullow Oil and Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas have identified various leads on their Orinduik block offshore Guyana that could contain more than 1 Bboe. The leads are drawn from studies of several thousand kilometers of 2D data, regional well logs and seismic correlations to ExxonMobil’s nearby Stabroek block wells. Some of the leads appear to be equivalent ...

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Govt parliamentarian not interfering in birth registration process, says Felix

Minister of Citizenship, Winston Felix Wednesday afternoon refuted all claims that government parliamentarian, Richard Allen was interfering in the birth certificate registration process in Region One (Barima-Waini). Felix also legitimised Allen’s involvement in the outreach activity last week, which was conducted by the General Registrar’s Office (GRO) in Barima-Waini (Region One) to provide registration services for residents there. Minister Felix was ...

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Reserves up 12% in new Guyana Goldfields mine plan

RESOURCE WORLD:Guyana Goldfields Inc. has released the results of an optimized life-of-mine plan for its 100%-owned Aurora gold mine in Guyana, South America. Guyana Goldfields is a Canadian mid-tier gold producer, primarily focused on the exploration and development of gold deposits in the Guiana Shield of South America. The Guiana Shield is the northern part of the Amazon Craton and ...

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