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Daily Archives: April 17, 2015

GT&T offers rewards for info leading to capture of vandals

Reeling from a spike in vandalism especially during this month, the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T) on Friday issued a stirring appeal to Guyanese to report anyone seen cutting telephone cables to 0908. The company announced that anyone who reports vandalism in progress and leads to the capture and prosecution of perpetrators would be rewarded. Against the background of ...

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Printing of ballots begins- Surujbally

Printing of ballots in Canada for next month’s general and regional elections has begun and is being overseen by two Guyana Elections Commissioners, according to Commission Chairman, Dr. Steve Surujbally. “We have two commissioners in Canada right now overseeing the printing of ballots,” he told Demerara Waves Online News.   Printing, he said, is expected to be completed by next week ...

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PPPC accuses oppostion of intimidation

The People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC) on Friday accused A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) of centrally directed intimidation of its campaigners, a charge that the opposition coalition has denied while at the same urging the government to figure out the reason why they are greeted with hostility in some areas. PPP Assistant Election Agent for Georgetown, ...

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Marriott Hotel opens despite attacks- Ramotar

Hours after anti-government protesters jostled with police to protest outside the Marriott Hotel in Kingston, Georgetown; President Donald Ramotar heaped scorn on opponents of the project. “It had to overcome considerable odds but today despite all of these attacks and slanders by people specialized in negativity and trying to destroy things it has become a reality,” he said to applause. ...

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