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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Another storm damage several houses in Region 7

A violent storm struck Kako Village, Region 7 Saturday evening, resulting in severe damage to many houses but no was seriously injured, Region 7 Chairman, Gordon Bradford said. Deputy Director General of the CDC, Major Kester Craig confirmed that there   no reports of deaths or serious injury. Major Craig told DPI, that based on reports, four of the ten ...

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GCAA working with operators to lift shuttle suspension

The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) on Saturday says domestic airlines have begun submitting their policies and procedures for operating shuttle flights in the interior, already resulting in the regulator conducting inspections. The GCAA says it is aware of the socio-economic impact of the suspension especially on hinterland residents and it is making ever effort to consider the submissions. “The ...

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Former NCN boss Fuzzy Sattaur dies

Former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the state-owned National Communications Network, Mohamed ‘Fuzzy’ Sattaur died on Saturday as a result of illness at a city hospital. Former President, Donald Ramotar, in paying tribute to his long-time party comrade and co-worker at the Mirror newspaper, recalled that he was one of the competent and outstanding staff members there. “He was a ...

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Guyana to soften immigration rules; no need for special registration of Venezuelans- Greenidge

Guyana will soon put in place a more lenient immigration policy to avoid persons fleeing harsh economic and political conditions in their homeland from being deported for illegal entry, Foreign Affairs Minister Carl Greenidge said. “At the policy level, the government may want to see what can be done. We are looking, for example, at our legislation as it applies ...

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Colombia teaches more Guyanese public officials Spanish

Colombia continues to train more Guyanese public officials to use Spanish, as part of an ongoing cooperation programme between the two countries. Sixty participants in the 4th edition of Spanish as a Foreign Language Course for Public Officials completed the latest course that was conducted by Professor Nelson Giraldo through a cooperation agreement between the two South American countries that was ...

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Prison escapee ex-cop Varswyck shot dead

Ex policeman, Urie Varswyck who escaped from the burning Georgetown Prison almost two months ago was shot dead early Friday morning in Linden, police said. Head of the Guyana Police Force’s Criminal Investigations Department, Senior Superintendent Wendell Blanhum said Varswyck was shor dead during a confrontation with security forces. Varswyck, former member of the Guyana Police Force, was considered dangerous as ...

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