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Daily Archives: September 29, 2015

Guyanese pilot commits suicide

Domestic pilot, Ayoube Mazaharally committed suicide Tuesday at a house on the lower East Coast Demerara, a family member confirmed. He was 48 years old. From all accounts, no report was made to a nearby police station about the unnatural death of Ally by hanging. A senior police officer said he had no report of the incident in the East Coast ...

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Maduro says Venezuela’s troop deployment was anti-narcotics operation; avoids direct reference to border controversy

Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro on Tuesday stayed clear of any direct reference to the border controversy with Guyana, but instead said the recent troop deployment had more to do with is country’s fight against drug trafficking. “With all due respect in this General Assembly of the United Nations, we had to carry out an operation along our borders with Colombia ...

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Region Six’s Transports, Titles stolen

All of Region Six’s (East Berbice-Corentyne) land transports and titles have been stolen, according to the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA). Divisional Police Commander, Senior Superintendent Errol Watts told Demerara Waves Online News Tuesday afternoon that several persons, including security personnel, have been questioned but there has been no trace of the safe. The authority said the incident occurred ...

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Canada signals readiness to help with Local Government Elections,Sovereign Wealth Fund

Canada has expressed its willingness to support the Government of Guyana with the holding of Local Government Elections (LGEs), the setting up of the  Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) and the training and development of Public Servants. The Ministry of the Presidency said those committments were communicated to Minister of State, Joseph Harmon by Canadian High Commissioner to Guyana,Pierre Giroux, at ...

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High Court asked to scrap land sales at Pradoville2, hand them back to the State

Legal moves have begun for the State to repossess lands at ‘Pradoville2’ because several rules have been broken or bypassed to develop the lands using State funds and sell them cheaply to Former President Bharrat Jagdeo and other past and current government functionaries  who have then gone on to build multi-million dollar houses. In at least two cases, two former ...

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GUYANA-VENEZUELA BORDER CLAIM-Granger takes his call for a legal settlement to the UN General Assembly

President David Granger on Tuesday widened his international call for the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy to be taken International Court of Justice (ICJ) when he addressed the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA). He stressed that that would be the best option to ensure that a lasting and final solution was be found in the shortest possible time and so remove the ...

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