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Monthly Archives: September 2022

Fake security guards duct tape staff at GTT’s Giftland Mall branch, cart off GY$19.4 million

Last Updated on Friday, 9 September 2022, 8:42 by Denis Chabrol Bogus guards, pretending to be from a security service that usually uplifts the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company’s (GTT) earnings, on Thursday night carted off a GY$13,420,487  and GY$6,015,524 in cheques from that telecoms company’s branch at Giftland Mall, Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara. Police said the robbery occurred at ...

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Koker door collapses resulting in floods at Providence, Peter’s Hall

Last Updated on Thursday, 8 September 2022, 14:09 by Denis Chabrol The Ministry of Agriculture said approximately 2:00 am on Thursday the sluice door at Providence developed a breach resulting in flooding in parts of the area. More than 200 households in Providence and Peter’s Hall are reportedly affected by flooding, with the lower flats of these houses being inundated ...

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who last visited Guyana 28 years ago, dies

Last Updated on Thursday, 8 September 2022, 14:17 by Denis Chabrol Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who last visited Guyana in 1994, died on Thursday. She was 96 years old. The Queen reigned for 70 years. The Queen last visited this former British colony in  February 1994. Then, she had visited several places of interest including Santa Mission and Timberhead. The ...

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National Population and Housing Census will help to plan for migrants

Last Updated on Thursday, 8 September 2022, 7:54 by Denis Chabrol President Irfaan Ali said the Guyana National Population and Housing Census is expected to guide government’s policy on, among other matters, the handling migrants. Addressing the formal launch of the countrywide exercise which is scheduled to start on September 15, he indicated if the socio-economic and political crisis continues ...

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Guyana, Suriname to meet in two weeks on fishing licence issues

Last Updated on Wednesday, 7 September 2022, 16:58 by Denis Chabrol President Irfaan Ali on Wednesday said representatives of Guyana and Suriname are scheduled to meet in the coming weeks to iron out that Dutch-speaking neighbour’s failure so far to keep its reported promise to grant 150 coastal fishing licences to Guyanese fishermen. But already, the Guyanese leader has admitted ...

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Central govt poised to provide direct aid to storm-battered East Coast Demerara communities

Last Updated on Tuesday, 6 September 2022, 16:13 by Denis Chabrol Central government is preparing to rush emergency aid to residents of Dazzell and Bareroot, East Coast Demerara whose houses were severely damaged by a freak storm on Monday,  Housing Minister Susan Rodrigues said Tuesday. She explained that as soon as the Civil Defence Commission compiles and dispatches a report ...

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PNCR General Secretary on leave

Last Updated on Tuesday, 6 September 2022, 15:22 by Denis Chabrol General Secretary of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) Geeta Chandan-Edmond is on leave but she on Tuesday down-played experiencing personal difficulties as the major reason for deciding to proceed on vacation. There is no indication of when she will resume office, as she has since requested an extension ...

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Updated: Guyana condemns Suriname’s harassment of Guyanese fisherfolk; Suriname already says licensing Guyanese vessels will be illegal

Last Updated on Tuesday, 6 September 2022, 6:23 by Denis Chabrol Although Suriname has already said that the granting of fishing licences to Guyanese would be illegal, the Guyana government on Monday condemned Suriname’s harassment of Guyanese fisherfolk in the waters of that neighbouring country and lamented the apparent slothfulness in  sticking to an agreement to grant fishing boat licences ...

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Office of the President refutes opposition figures on spending

Last Updated on Monday, 5 September 2022, 16:09 by Denis Chabrol The Office of the President Monday afternoon rejected the claims by the opposition A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) that millions of dollars have been spent by several agencies under that office. Permanent Secretary of the Office of the President, Abena Moore says none of the monies ...

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Freak storm damage East Coast Demerara houses

Last Updated on Monday, 5 September 2022, 15:04 by Denis Chabrol A freak storm on Monday damaged several houses at Bareroot,  East Coast Demerara, according to to the Director-General of the Civil Defence Commission (CDC), Nazrul Hussain. He said a team of CDC officers have been dispatched to the area to conduct an assessment, but so far that agency has ...

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