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Daily Archives: February 20, 2018

Region Two REO instructs spending from wrong allocation- Regional Engineer

Even as Regional Executive Officer (REO) of Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), Rupert Hopkinson dodged questions before the House Public Accounts Committee (PAC) about whether capital projects were being financed from funds allocated for current expenditure,  the Regional Engineer, Latchmin Singh testified that cash from the wrong source was being spent based on the REO’s instruction. PAC Chairman, Irfan Ali asked Guyana’s ...

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High school dropout destined for great things through determination

A 19-year-old high school dropout, Kendrick Andrew who got a new lease on life by securing a job as a tour guide for the Atta Lodge located in the Iwokrama Rainforest, is determined to develop himself academically regardless of his challenges. Andrew explained that familial issues led to him dropping out of school, however, that will not hinder him from ...

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Burnt boat captain, burnt sailor rescued from sinking vessel

A boat captain and one of four sailors were burnt aboard a vessel which subsequently sank off the Moruca River, North West District, police said. Those injured are captain of the MV “Three Brothers” Ramesh Maniram, and one of four sailors Ventle Jainarine. They have been admitted to the Suddie Hospital in stable condition, nursing injuries to their lower limbs ...

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Armed bandits invade Enmore homes, rob families

Armed bandits early Tuesday morning invaded the homes of two families at Enmore, East Coast Demerara and battered and tied up two of the occupants before carting off quantities of cash and jewellery, the Guyana Police Force said. The victims told investigators that the crimes were committed by three masked males, all of whom were armed with handguns. Police said ...

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Bar Assoc. talk of unconstitutional appointment of Chancellor, Chief Justice “reckless”- Harmon; questions association’s motives

The Guyana government has dismissed concerns by the Guyana Bar Association (GBA) that President David Granger appeared set to unconstitutionally appoint his nominees to act as Chancellor of the Judiciary and Chief Justice. “The Ministry of the Presidency uses this opportunity to assure the GBA and all Guyanese that this administration remains committed to upholding the Constitution of Guyana. Any ...

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