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Daily Archives: December 12, 2015

Anti-drug agents arrest taxi driver with forged Barbados passport

Guyanese anti-drug agents coincidentally found a forged Barbados passport in the possession of a taxi driver who had hoped to travel to Canada without applying for a visa. Unlike nationals of Barbados and several Eastern Caribbean countries, Guyanese must acquire a visa before travelling to that North American country. But 39-year old taxi driver, Rohit Singh, of Lusignan, East Coast ...

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Rice farmers concerned over Guyanese rice soon to be on Belizean shelves

Reproduced from Breaking Belize News The Belize Agro-Productive Sector Group (BASG), a private business whose main goal is to facilitate the development of the sugar, citrus, banana, shrimp agro-productive sectors, issued a statement Friday afternoon expressing grave concern over Guyanese rice soon expected to be retailed in Belizean grocery stores for less than the $1.29 local producers charge for the same pound BASG ...

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GWI probing ‘high-tech’ sabotage

The Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) says it is probing the sabotage of its Information Communication Technology (ICT) network that resulted in a virtual breakdown of the computer network at its headquarters. The provider of water and sanitation services says ICT personnel found a “hidden wireless device” that compromised its network at its Corporate Complex on Vlissengen Road and Church Street, ...

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