Daily Archives: Monday, 4 April 2016, 20:01

Haslyn Parris hailed as “devout Guyanese” as last rites read

Last Updated on Monday, 4 April 2016, 20:01 by   President David Granger, along with several other senior members of Government and other political zealots paid their final respects to the late William Haslyn Parris, the former Deputy Prime Minister of Guyana, at a  funeral service held at the St. Anthony’s of Padua Parish in Buxton. The other dignitaries included ...

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BK Tiwari says he was appointed to advise Harmon, not government

Last Updated on Monday, 4 April 2016, 18:15 by Denis Chabrol Prominent businessman, Brian “BK” Tiwari appears to have separated his now rescinded appointment from the rest of the government, saying that he was merely an advisor only to Minister of State, Joseph Harmon and not the coalition-led administration. By the Head of BK International’s account, it calls into question ...

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“Lock the door and leh deh sk… bun”- prisoner recalls Deputy Prison Director telling wardens

Last Updated on Monday, 4 April 2016, 14:40 by Denis Chabrol Another inmate testifying at the Commission of Inquiry into the Camp Street Riot in early March has claimed that Deputy Director of Prisons Gladwin Samuels told prison wardens to lock the door to the dormitory and let the prisoners’ burn. 17 inmates that in a fire that ensued after ...

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“Rickey Scrawley” wanted for murder of “Chicken”

Last Updated on Monday, 4 April 2016, 13:56 by Denis Chabrol Police on Monday issued a wanted bulletin for a man in connection with the stabbing death of a man under conflicting circumstances. Investigators say they want Hemraj  “Rickey Scrawley” Bramdeo for questioning in relation to the murder of r of Dellon “Chicken” Bradford which occurred on March 23, 2016 ...

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Mid Atlantic, ExxonMobil partner in oil and exploration

Last Updated on Monday, 4 April 2016, 13:32 by Denis Chabrol In what is described as a partnership to decrease risk, local oil exploration company Mid Atlantic Oil and Gas Inc. has teamed up with oil giant ExxonMobil in an agreement that will see the company exploring for oil on behalf of Mid Atlantic. The local company has petroleum concessions ...

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Five companies interested in rehabilitating Moco-Moco hydropower station

Last Updated on Monday, 4 April 2016, 13:20 by Denis Chabrol A Brazilian and a Barbadian company are among  five entities that are in the race to rehabilitate and operate the Moco-Moco Hydropower Plant in Lethem, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure said Monday. Under a Build, Own, Operate, Transfer (BOOT) structure, power will be supplied to the Lethem Power Company ...

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