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Monthly Archives: October 2019

Buxton reviving agriculture on 180 acres of cleared land

Last Updated on Monday, 28 October 2019, 15:08 by Writer Efforts are continuing to revive agriculture in Buxton, with the clearance of at least 180 acres of land aback the village and the improvement of drainage, officials said Sunday. An update on the project was provided at the first Economic Development and Health Seminar that was organized by the Buxton-Friendship ...

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Stop politically-inspired legal interpretations -Attorney Nigel Hughes

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 October 2019, 12:23 by Writer Oil industry lawyer, Nigel Hughes is warning that political interpretations of the Caribbean Court of Justice’s (CCJ) judgements on the no-confidence motion are sending bad signals to investors. “We are now at the advent in the unfolding oil and gas era in which the interpretations of orders of court on ...

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East Bank Demerara fire leaves 14 homeless

Last Updated on Monday, 28 October 2019, 8:14 by Writer At least 14 persons, including four old women, were rendered homeless Sunday night when fire destroyed two houses at Peter’s Hall, East Bank Demerara. The four women and two male relatives, who lived in the wooden house, disputed claims by at least one neighbour who said that the blaze started ...

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Guyana’s asking World Court for border judgement as possible step to UN Security Council

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 October 2019, 15:25 by Writer Guyana is seeking a judgement from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the validity of the Guyana-Venezuela boundary agreement, a move that could leverage Guyana to go to the United Nations (UN) Security Council if Caracas refuses to abide by that decision, Foreign Secretary Carl Greenidge said Saturday night. ...

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GPL submarine cable back in operation

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 October 2019, 19:03 by Writer The Guyana Power and Light Incorporated (GPL) on Saturday announced that its 69,000 volt (69kV) submarine cable is back in operation following the successful completion of remedial works. The power company says following its return to operation, approximately 14 megawatts (MW) of power is being supplied to the eastern section ...

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Two die in car, ambulance smash-up in Linden

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 October 2019, 6:25 by Writer Two persons died in Linden early Saturday morning when a car and an ambulance collided, police said. Fatally injured were the car driver, 18-year-old Triston Clark of 4847 Central Amelia’s Ward and 37-year-old Eon Reddock of 6763 Amelia’s Ward. Reddock was an occupant of a Ministry of Public Health ambulance. ...

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PNCR shrugs off failure to convict death squad members, alleged fraudsters

Last Updated on Friday, 25 October 2019, 16:50 by Writer The People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) – the major governing APNU+AFC coalition partner – on Friday shrugged off suggestions that the incumbent coalition would find it hard to convince supporters that enough has been done to convict death squad members and alleged corrupt officials of the past administration under the ...

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AFC indicated no decision to suspend talks; “APNU+AFC coalition remains strong” – PNCR Chairperson

Last Updated on Friday, 25 October 2019, 14:31 by Writer Chairman of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), Volda Lawrence on Friday downplayed word of a rift over the Alliance For Change’s (AFC) insistence that Khemraj Ramjattan must be President David Granger’s running mate in next March’s general elections. “Despite recent reports in the media, the APNU+AFC coalition remains strong,” ...

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T&HD sailor killed during argument

Last Updated on Friday, 25 October 2019, 7:41 by Writer A Transport and Harbours Department (T&HD) sailor was Thursday evening killed by a man he asked to leave the Parika Stelling, the Guyana Police Force said. Dead is 48-year old Shurlon Errol Cutting of 2529 Layou Street, North Ruimveldt, Georgetown. Investigators said a 28-year old labourer of Ithaca Village, West ...

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