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Daily Archives: September 2, 2019

Jamaica can print Guyanese ID cards but fingerprint cross-matching will not be timely

The Electoral Office of Jamaica (EOJ) has said it would be unable to cross-match the fingerprints of the more than 370,000 persons in a timely manner, but will be prepared to produce national identification cards for Guyanese, a senior official of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) said Monday. The source said top EOJ officials made known their positions to Deputy ...

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Damaged harbour bridge restricted to light traffic from Tuesday – Minister Patterson

Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson said works on the severely-damaged Demerara Harbour Bridge (DHB) would be completed by the latest Tuesday morning, allowing for the resumption of light traffic flow across the Demerara River. The minister gave an update on the situation at the DHB Monday morning on Guyana’s national, state-owned television and radio broadcasting corporation, National Communications Network. ...

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Third Guyanese company enlisted on stock exchange

A sprawling 700-acre agricultural estate, operating under the name Pomeroon Trading, is set to become the third Guyanese company to be listed on the Guyana Stock Exchange in 10 years. Company Advisor, United Kingdom parliamentarian, David Lammy, says the company is about to sell more than 130,000 shares at US$7.50 per share to any new investor. “Pomeroon Trading will be ...

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East Demerara man killed

Police say they are investigating an alleged murder committed on 58-year old David Gentle of Golden Grove, East Coast Demerara. The incident occurred at about 1:30 Monday morning  at Haslington North, East Coast Demerara. Investigators were told that Gentle was last seen at a Karaoke at Nabaclis  North, East Coast Demerara He was found lying motionless with wounds about his ...

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Demerara Harbour Bridge closed after collision

Thousands of Guyanese are Monday morning – the first day of school for the new school year – will be inconvenienced due to the closure of the Demerara Harbour Bridge. The management of the bridge says that’s because a tug and a barge collided with the bridge. A car that was crossing the East-West river corridor stuck immediately after the ...

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