Daily Archives: Sunday, 8 June 2014, 19:40

Lotto company may have to gamble for long-term licence

Last Updated on Sunday, 8 June 2014, 19:40 by GxMedia Canadian Bank Note (CBN) may soon have to gamble getting back a long-term licence to operate the Lotto in Guyana, according to President Donald Ramotar. He confirmed that CBN, through the Guyana Lottery Company, was being given monthly permission to continue its operations because government has been considering tendering for ...

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Burnham Foundation talks up on Rodney Commission of Inquiry

Last Updated on Sunday, 8 June 2014, 17:53 by GxMedia The Burnham Foundation’s initial disposition, to the announcement of the establishment of the Commission of Inquiry into the death of Walter Rodney, was one of optimism.  The Foundation envisaged that the issue of Rodney’s death would be finally put to rest, although it was and is the view of the ...

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Ramotar dismisses concerns about Cuba’s one-party system

Last Updated on Sunday, 8 June 2014, 17:39 by GxMedia In the wake of the United States (US) insisting that Cuba be barred from attending the Summit of the Americas unless it commits to democracy, Guyana’s President Donald Ramotar has shrugged off concerns about the absence of a multiparty system on that communist-ruled island. Guyana is among Latin American and ...

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Taxi driver shot

Last Updated on Sunday, 8 June 2014, 17:13 by GxMedia A man was shot late Saturday night at Friendship, East Bank Demerara during a robbery attempt, police said. He has been identified as a 33-year old Anthony Johnson of Friendship Squatting Area. Police said he was rushed to the Georgetown Hospital for a gunshot injury to his right thigh. Police ...

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Constable to be charged for shooting youth in mouth

Last Updated on Sunday, 8 June 2014, 15:40 by GxMedia A police constable instead of a cadet officer is expected to be charged in connection with the shooting of a teenager in his mouth, according to Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud. “We have one constable under close arrest. Actually, the evidence shows so far that he is the only one who ...

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