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Daily Archives: April 11, 2018

Guyanese child prevented from sitting Trinidad’s Secondary Entrance Assessment.. Attorneys seek Education Minister’s intervention

Reproduced from Trinidad Newsday PARENTS of an 11-year-old student say their child is being prevented from writing the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) exam, next month, and are threatening to approach the High Court for an injunction to force the Education Ministry to permit him to sit the test. Attorneys for the child’s parents have written to Education Minister Anthony Garcia ...

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Extradition case for Guyanese murder accused wanted in US drags on…Lower Court to await High Court’s decision

The Guyanese man, who is fighting extradition to the United States (US) to face a murder charge, would later this month know whether the process would be quashed or he would continue to face the proceedings in the Magistrates Court. Troy Anthony Thomas was arrested on March 14, 2018 at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara in connection with the gunning down ...

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Guyana to hire overseas experts for Department of Energy

President David Granger on Wednesday said government would be turning its attention to overseas hire experts to staff the Department of Energy in the Ministry of the Presidency. With a road-map already in place, the Guyanese leader said the search would extend for a building and “quality personnel” for the Department. Saying that already “there is progress”, Granger acknowledged that one ...

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