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Daily Archives: May 10, 2018

Caribbean Court resolves land dispute between brothers in Guyana

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) on Thursday said it resolved a family dispute involving lands in Essequibo, Guyana. In 2002, Mr. Kowsal Narine filed a claim against his brother, Mr. Deonarine Natram, claiming that their father, Mr. Nateram, had been in possession of the lands since 1959 and had therefore acquired prescriptive title to the lands. Mr. Kowsal Narine ...

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EU to deliver rescue plan proposal for crumbling City Hall

As the 130-year old City Hall slowly crumbles, the European Union (EU) will in another two months deliver a plan to determine how best to salvage the historic largely wooden structure that is part of the National Trust. EU Ambassador to Guyana,  Jernej Videtič  made the announcement in the presence of President David Granger, Minister of State Joseph Harmon and Minister ...

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Jealous “Cross Eye” of Linden allegedly kills taxi driver

  Police say they are on the manhunt for a suspectes killer known as “Cross Eye “of Central Amelia’s Ward, Linden. He allegedly murdered 40-year-old Taxi driver Claude “Sonno” De Jonge of 915 South Amelia’s Ward, Linden early Thursday morning at his reputed wife’s home, located at 1074 Cinderella City, Mackenzie, Linden. The body bore three suspected stab wounds to ...

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Successor to EU-ACP Cotonou Agreement must open up new era in economic relations- Granger

President David Granger said that Guyana looks forward to a single, legally-binding successor to the Cotonou Agreement that will open a new era in economic relations between the African Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group and the European Union (EU). He said that this new covenant should aim at enabling the transformation of ACP economies through investments in industries, infrastructure and ...

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