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Daily Archives: March 13, 2016

BREAKING: Sister of Opposition Leader found dead at his home

A sister of Guyana’s Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo was found dead at their Goedverwagting (Prado Ville 2), East Coast Demerara home. Jagdeo confirmed that the body of his 57-year old sister, Oma, was found by his niece and nephew in the house. “She was the one living with me.” “It”s with deep sadness, I announce the death of my sister ...

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Fish processing plant for Guyana’s historic Afro-Guyanese village

Plans are underway to build a multi-million dollar fish-processing plant at Victoria, East Coast Demerara where at least 200 direct jobs could be generated. “We won’t be able to hire everybody out of Victoria but there will be a need for employment of people from the area,” Proprietor of Global Seafood Distributors and Chairman of the African Cultural and Development ...

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New York-bound Guyanese passengers no longer have to deplane in Jamaica

Passengers flying aboard Jamaica-based airline Fly Jamaica will no longer have to endure the painstaking experience of having to disembark the flight en route to the United States to undergo a second security check after leaving Guyana. The American policy implemented by their Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been in place for a number of years, restricting all non-American airlines originating ...

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Fire destroys Avinash bond

Fire of unknown origin late Saturday night destroyed a bond belonging to Avinash, a local haberdashery chain. Fire Chief, Marlon Gentle told Demerara Waves Online News that investigators suspect that the fire was “deliberately set.”  He said no one was injured at the bond which is located between the LBI Public Road and Railway Embankment. A probe has so far ...

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