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Daily Archives: November 16, 2015

Police probing invasion of mining camp

Police were Monday said to be probing the invasion of a gold mining camp at Puruni, Region 7 (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) by nine persons including six gunmen  and three known businessmen in what appears to be linked to the ownership of the concession. Divisional Police Commander, Ravindradat Budhram said police were investigating a report of beating at a mining camp at Puruni. ...

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US Ambassador has not concluded President Granger is racist

The United States Ambassador to Guyana Perry Holloways says that in his interaction with President David Granger he has not arrived at the conclusion that the President is a racist. In an interview with a group of reporters on Monday morning, the Ambassador related that he has not read the Wikileaks cable that says the President is racist but rather ...

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US assisting Guyana to improve aviation security

Persons travelling to and from Guyana by air could soon feel a bit more comfortable that they would be safer, while miscreants would experience greater difficulty getting past tighter security systems. The United States and Guyana on Monday formally agreed to boost aviation security here through training, management and equipment.  Inked by Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson and American ...

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Guyana identifies top diplomats for six countries

Guyana has finally moved much closer to appointing its top diplomats to major Western Nations , Brazil, Cuba, and India senior officials confirmed at the weekend to Demerara Waves Online News. A senior government minister, who is intimately aware of the process, said several names have been proposed to President David Granger. “There are talks going on right now. Some ...

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Ogle Airport Inc. controversy is “a private matter”- Harmon

The Guyana government is for now treating the ongoing controversy between the management of Ogle Airport Inc (OAI) and several private aviation operators as a “private matter” but there would be room for the Competition Commission to address some of their concerns. “That is still a private matter but the regulatory arrangements will always be government’s responsibility”, Minister of State, ...

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