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Daily Archives: July 21, 2015

Service jobs in oil and gas sector could be available as early as next month

by Zena Henry Minister of State Joseph Harmon said that Guyanese can look forward to working indirectly in the country’s rising oil and gas sector as early as next month. He made the announcement last Sunday during an interview with Nice FM Radio in Antigua. The minister answered questions by the Antiguan radio station which related to the government’s operations since ...

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Guyana nationals admitted to Fiji bar

Reroduced from the Fiji Times Online TWO Guyana nationals from South America were admitted to the bar at the High Court in Suva after midday today. The admission ceremony was presided over by Chief Justice Anthony Gates. Andrew Liverpool, 25, and Shinella Andrea Ghent, 27, both graduated with a law degree from the University of Guyana and attained their Graduate ...

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CCJ rules against GTT’s DSL service restriction because of Internet phone service

by Zena Henry The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has upheld a ruling prohibiting the Guyana Telephone and Telegram Company (GTT) from denying internet access to one of its customers who made and received international calls using Voice over Internet Protocol (“VoIP”); technology provided by US Company Vonage. The ruling could have possibly opened the flood gates for other GTT ...

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Commission of Inquiry into GuySuco completes first round of factory visits today

The Commission of Inquiry asked by the Government of Guyana to investigate the operations of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) has continued its work and will complete the first round of factory visits Tuesday with a five-member team visiting the Uitvlugt factory. Visits were conducted at all the other estates in Berbice and Demerara, according to a statement issued by ...

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No more witnesses for Rodney Inquiry; Commission given four months to deliver report

Leading activists of the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) and the lawyer for the Presidential Commission of Inquiry are upset that the probe into the bomb-blast death of Dr. Walter Rodney 35 years ago will be wrapped up without the testimony of key witnesses. At the same time, they said sufficient evidence has been provided to allow the three –member commission to conclude ...

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CCJ-awarded damages to Surinamese beverage company increasing

Attorney General (AG) and Legal Affairs Minister, Basil Williams, says the money owed by the Government of Guyana (GoG) to Surinamese beverage company, Rudisa Beverages and Juices, has increased to $1.6 billion due to government’s failure to pay the initial amount of $1.2 billion in a timely manner. The AG further said that the parties to the matter will appear ...

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