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Daily Archives: January 12, 2014

13 now homeless in two fires

Five persons were early Sunday night displaced after fire destroyed the shack they were living in at Zeelugt, East Bank Essequibo. Fire Chief, Marlon Gentle said initial reports are that a woman failed in her effort to throw a flaring kerosene stove out of the dwelling. He said the stove remained inside the shack at Phase Two, Zeelugt Housing Scheme ...

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Critchlow Labour College crafts sustainability model, restarts flagship course

Starved of a government subvention for several years now, Critchlow Labour College (CLC) has revived its flagship course and expects that all its programmes will earn it enough cash to be sustainable. CLC Registrar, Aubrey Norton said last Friday’s orientation of 94 students for the one year Industrial and Social Studies (ISS) course – an entry qualification to the University ...

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Mines Officer among several homeless in fire

A Mines Officer is among eight persons rendered homeless early Sunday morning when fire destroyed a house at Charlestown, Georgetown. Gavin Stuart, who owned the house at Lot 8 Charles Street, said he was in the upper flat of the two storey building about 2:30 AM when he heard someone in the lower flat raised an alarm. No one was ...

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Release govt’s files on US-funded democracy project

First, I must express my most sincere gratitude to you, and by extension the Government of Guyana, for responding to my concerns regarding democracy, trust and tragedy in our nation. I hope that our interaction will inspire generations to come. I hope it serves as evidence that our leaders, our politicians, like you, are not unreachable or unwilling to engage ...

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Sand miners issued ultimatum to abide by rules

Sand miners were Saturday given a two-month ultimatum to put their houses in order or tough action would be taken to enforce the laws and regulations. “We will give you a two-month period because we recognise that for years upon years there was not sufficient attention paid to this area because we want to work with you,” Minister of Natural ...

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