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Daily Archives: February 28, 2015

Africo Selman resigns as APNU MP on eve of parliamentary dissolution

People’s National Congress (PNC) member, Africo Selman resigned as a parliamentarian for A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) two days before the law-making body was due to be dissolved to make way for general and regional elections. General Secretary of APNU, Joseph Harmon said he has seen a copy of Selman’s resignation dated February 26th that was delivered to the ...

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Harper appears on ‘soft’ interview on NCN

The People’s Progressive Party Civic’s (PPPC) Prime Ministerial candidate, Ambassador Elisabeth Harper appeared Saturday in what seemed to be a canned interview that was calculated to cultivate support from women around issues of domestic violence, the elderly and a unified family. While the PPP’s General Secretary, Clement Rohee has sought to shrug off questions about his party sheltering her from ...

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UG strike may end Monday in exchange for interim pay hike, improved working conditions

A five-week old strike by University of Guyana (UG) workers could end by next Monday that would see them getting an interim 10 percent salary increase as well as improved teaching-learning facilities and assurances that steps will be taken to ensure that all deadlines are met. President of the University of Guyana Senior Staff Association (UGSSA), Dr. Mellissa Ifill said ...

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GECOM pushes for more youth voters

GECOM, Georgetown, February 28, 2015 – In the interest of increasing the voter turnout of youths in Guyana on Elections Day, the Guyana National Youth Council (GNYC) will be working in consultation and collaboration with the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) in the production of a number of strategic communication messages for dissemination countrywide. This decision was agreed upon last Thursday, ...

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Fire at Bartica Secondary School’s dormitory

Fire of unknown origin early Saturday morning severely damaged a section of the Bartica Secondary School’s dormitory, but no one was injured and all of the students were accounted for, according to Region Seven Chairman Gordon Bradford. “I was talking to one of the guys and he said he heard a crackling sound and he was awakened by sounds that ...

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