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Daily Archives: July 24, 2018

Frank Anthony criticises government for chalking up huge public debt; Jordan says treasury bills will be issued

The opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) is increasingly hammering government over spending billions of tapping into more GY$50 billion from the Bank of Guyana for public spending, the latest critic being parliamentary front-bencher Dr. Frank Anthony. “As a Member of Parliament, it is my responsibility to continue to use my office to bring light to these significant bread and butter ...

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One-stop Afro-Guyanese business development outreaches get underway

Afro-Guyanese businesses are being mobilised to show them how they can access financing and understand some of the basic rules of doing business, as part of an overall move to nurture more Black-owned businesses, a top local organiser said. The first of three outreaches is slated for Wednesday at 1 PM at Critchlow Labour College, Woolford Avenue. The Chief Executive ...

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Harmon, Trotman, Clive Thomas to participate in Buxton Emancipation Observances

The Buxton First of August Movement has organized its annual activities to observe the 180th anniversary of the end of plantation slavery in Guyana and the Anglophone Caribbean under the theme, “Emancipate Yourself from Mental and Economic Slavery”, the organisation said Tuesday. “This year’s theme draws attention to the ongoing need for African Guyanese to redouble their efforts to make ...

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Updated: Identities of five killed bandits released; guns, other items displayed

Police Commissioner, David Ramnarine Tuesday morning confirmed the identities of the five men who were shot dead at Turkeyen where they had gone to steal a metal safe from a house. Those killed are Timothy St. Hill, Levi Braithwaite, Andrew Daly, Ian Forde and Jermaine Doobay. According to records, the Police Commissioner indicated that St.Hill had a long criminal history including providing ...

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