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Daily Archives: August 18, 2014

GUYSUCO gets new Board

Minister of Agriculture Dr. Leslie Ramsammy has announced that Shaik Baksh, currently Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Water Inc., has been appointed as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (Guysuco). The Minister said, the board has been appointed by the Cabinet and the letters of appointment have been sent out to all the board ...

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Updated: Two suspects arrested in connection with shooting death of businessman near Botanical Gardens

Two men were arrested and a motorcycle seized as police intensified their investigations into the shooting death of a city businessman and injury to his wife Monday afternoon, police said. Ashok Raghu was pronounced dead on arrival shortly after the shooting incident about 1 PM on Vlissengen Road near the Botanical Gardens. His wife , Shayrazadi Raghu,49, was shot to ...

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10-year old boy drowns in North West District waterway

A 10-year old student of Hosororo Primary School on Sunday died by drowning at the Wauna Bridge, a popular hangout spot in the Mabaruma sub-region. Dead is 10 Ajay Facktu, a Grade Five student. He had gone to the remote recreational area, along with several of his friends, to swim. About 4 PM, he went missing in the deep waters ...

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Amazon Warriors contesting outcome of CPL final

The Management of the Guyana Amazon Warriors Team has decided to contest the outcome of the second Caribbean Premier League (CPL) final played between the Amazon Warriors and the Barbados Tridents on August 16 at Warner Park, St Kitts and Nevis, according to a release issued through Guyana Times. This decision was taken following a review of the sequence of ...

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Unscheduled /charter flight operators falsely advertising as scheduled services- GCAA Chairman

The Chairman of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Hugh Denbow Sunday night said a number of operators have been fooling passengers that they are scheduled carriers operating to and from this South American country. “These operators present the greatest challenges to the regulatory agency because of their lack of knowledge and understanding of the rules governing charter,” he said. ...

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