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Daily Archives: May 25, 2016

President Granger confers Order of Roraima on Barbados Prime Minister

President David Granger, who is Chancellor of the Orders of Guyana, today, conferred Prime Minister of Barbados, the Right Honourable Freundel Stuart with the insignia of the Order of Roraima, Guyana’s second highest National Award. The Ministry of the Presidency said the investiture ceremony was held at State House, the President’s official residence. The Prime Minister was bestowed with this ...

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Barbados’ Prime Minister tops Guyana’s National Awardees

Barbados’ Prime Minister, Freundel Jerome Stuart has topped Guyana’s list of National Awardees that was announced to coincide with the South American country’s 50th Independence Anniversary. Stuart, who travelled  to Guyana to participate in the Jubilee Celebrations, was awarded the Order of Roraima “for his dedication and commitment to the Caribbean Community and his unflinching support for the rights of ...

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City Hall is broke; salaries unpaid; security service withdraws; garbage collectors may go soon

Guyana’s capital city, Georgetown, has plunged into a deep financial crisis with no money to pay City workers, contracted security, drainage and garbage collection services, according to well-placed sources. A senior financial official at City Hall would only say that workers would “most likely” be paid on Friday,  May 27, 2016. “Money is not there. City Hall does not have ...

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Ex husband, friend charged with Babita Sarjou’s shallow grave murder

Three days after the skeletal remains of Babita Sarjou were unearthed from a shallow grave aback her husband’s Campbellville home, he and another man were charged and arraigned for her murder six years ago. Shardanand Naraine, 39, and his friend 35-year old were not required to plea to the indictable charge that they murdered the 28-year old woman. Naraine and Punton ...

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Stabroek Market businesses block City Hall’s planned demolition

The owners of two business premises at the Stabroek Market area on Tuesday secured High Court injunctions, blocking the Town Clerk from demolishing their buildings that house the services that they have been providing for The owners of the Island Restaurant (formerly K&VC ) and Lance Photo Works secured the injunctions on Tuesday. The Town Clerk, Royston King, has been ...

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