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Daily Archives: January 18, 2019

Venezuelans, Guyanese arrested with grenades, gun, narcotic

Three Venezuelans and two Guyanese were over the last two days arrested after grenades, a handgun, marijuana and ammunition were allegedly found in their possession, police said. The Guyana Police Force said police and soldiers at Blackwater Creek, Cuyuni River during last Wednesday and Thursday, have arrested three Venezuelans and two Guyanese with the illegal items. On Wednesday at about 1:30 ...

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ANUG political party pledges balance of power role to prevent oil money political bribery, improve governance

A New and United Guyana (ANUG), at its official launch Friday evening, vowed not to coalesce with any of the political parties to form the government and promised to hold the balance of power in the 65-seat National Assembly to improve governance before oil production whose earnings could be used for political bribery. “We will not join either of the ...

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GTC/GT&T pensioners to take legal action, protest for correct pension

About 184 telecommunication industry pensioners on Friday slammed the Guyana Government for failing to ensure they are paid their correct pensions, in keeping with a 1990 agreement for the sale of the state-owned Guyana Telecommunications Corporation (GTC) to Atlantic Tele-Network (ATN). The Guyana Postal and Telecommunications Workers Union (GPTWU)  said it would now be staging protests, seeking legal advice and ...

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GCAA says all Cessna Caravan planes declared “safe for use”

The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) on Friday declared all Cessna Caravan aircraft “safe for use” after Airworthiness inspectors completed their investigation and inspections of all their planes at the Eugene F. Correia International Airport at Ogle, East Coast Demerara. “Following the submission of their findings, the Director General of the GCAA, Lt. Col. (Ret’d) Egbert Field, has lifted the ...

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PNC, APNU to address dual citizenship after Court decision

Minister of State, Joseph Harmon on Friday said his political organisations would address the implications for dual citizens being parliamentarians. “I would reserve any comments on this matter until the court has made its ruling at which time I believe the party of which I’m a member, the partnership of which I’m a member and the coalition of which I’m ...

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