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Daily Archives: October 9, 2017

Prison Escapee Royden Williams Caught In Minibus

Prison Escapee, Mark Royden Durant also known as Royden Williams called “Smallie”, who evaded police gunfire in Linden last month, has been recaptured at Weldaad, West Coast Berbice tonight. Police confirmed the murder convict was in a passenger minibus when he was recaptured at about 20:00hrs as a result of an intelligence-led operation. The Bartica massacre convict was unarmed at ...

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Dynamic Airways promises to refund passengers

Dynamic Airlines, which pulled out of the Guyana-New York route last week, has pledged to refund passengers monies for tickets not used. “Those passengers who would have paid for tickets to travel after October 3 can be assured of refunds and Dynamic intends to honor its outstanding debt to the Airport and Civil Aviation authorities,” Chief Executive Officer Ray Lawlor ...

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Like A Boss – No new taxes, more for Small Businesses In 2018 Budget 

Consultations are still ongoing for the 2018 budget, but Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan has provided an early indication of no new taxes and a budget that seeks to generate economic activity for small business owners whereby making them their own bosses. Minister Jordan made the disclosure Mobday during a press conference and announced that Government continues to review the ...

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Decomposed body of man found at Port Mourant

The partly decomposed body of a man was found Sunday night at Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice, police said. Berbice Division Deputy Commander, Edmond Cooper told Demerara Waves Online News on Monday that the body was found on an open field next to the Port Mourant School. He said no marks of violence were seen on the exposed parts of the ...

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Guyana govt builds turmeric factory in North-West District

Guyana has moved one step forward to increase turmeric production, with the construction of a factory at Hosororo, North West District in Region One. Chief Executive Officer of the National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI), Dr. Oudho Homenauth told Demerara Waves Online News that the factory and transportation facilities were funded by the Guyana government to the tune of GYD$18 million ...

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