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Govt to take back lost time due to delayed 2020 election results

Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo on Friday announced that Guyanese would vote in general elections in late 2025, amounting to a take-back of the five months between the election in March, 2020 and the declaration of the results in August. Many people believe  that this is really the two-thirds point in the term of the People’s Progressive Party. It is not. ...

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PNCR’s Lethem office building needed for health facility but Forde deems demolition “declaration of war”

Even as Shadow Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Roysdale Forde said political parties’ headquarters were untouchable, Local Government and Regional Development Minister Nigel Dharamlall said the building that housed the People’s National Congress Reform’s (PNCR) office in Lethem has been earmarked for a health care facility. “The location of this site is slated to have a health facility ...

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PNCR insists it owns dismantled Lethem office; plans to take govt to court

In the wake of government’s pre-dawn dismantling of the People’s National Congress Reform’s (PNCR) office in Lethem, the party on Thursday afternoon insisted that it owns that property and was preparing to file legal action for assault, trespass, and the removal of party property “The property is ours and we will enforce our rights in the courts,” he said. He ...

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PNCR’s Region 9 office dismantled; REO says it’s govt property

The building, which housed the People’s National Congress Reform’s (PNCR) office in Lethem, Region Nine for the past 43 years, was early Thursday morning demolished, party official Carl Parker said. He claimed that Claims and Objections reports that should have been submitted to the Guyana Elections Commission on Thursday were destroyed. He also said the history of the PNCR in ...

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260 suspected assault rifle ammunition found in Linden

Police on Wednesday said they found 260 rounds of suspected assault rifle ammunition in Kara Kara Creek, South Amelia’s Ward, Linden shortly after receiving information that a number of men had been seen in the area with large bags Investigators said that between 4 PM and 5 PM, they responded to the report and found one rice bag tucked away ...

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Guyana to enforce High Court judgement in Trinidad against eco-pod manufacturer

The Guyana government  would be filing court proceedings in Trinidad to enforce a Guyana High Court order that a Trinidad company refund GY$6.5 million (US$28,449.54 and pay GY$500,000 in damages after it failed to supply two eco-pods, Attorney General Anil Nandlall said Tuesday night. “Currently, our law permits us to enforce this judgment in Trinidad and we will pursue that ...

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PNCR’s Coretta Mc Donald appeals for party unity

People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR) executive member, Coretta Mc Donald on Wednesday said her party was working feverishly to heal divisions dating back to when the coalition was unseated from government but she appealed to party faithful to do much more to bring about party unity. “As it is right now, we are working very, very hard, extremely hard to ...

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Five companies shortlisted for construction of Guyana-Suriname bridge

The Trinidad-based engineering consultancy firm, WSP Caribbean, has picked five companies to construct the Corentyne River bridge that would link Guyana and Suriname, Public Works Minister Juan Edghill confirmed briefly late Wednesday night. The names of the companies were not immediately available, but Starnieuws reported on Wednesday that the two-lane bridge could cost at least US$300 million which means that ...

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Teleperformance targets 5,000 jobs in Guyana

Teleperformance, an international Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company, on Tuesday announced that it would be further expanding its operations in Guyana to hire as much as 5,000 persons. “I dream of a Guyana that not only stands at 2500 teleperformers. I dream of a 4000, 5000 company that is not only going to be a big company in size but ...

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Consumers advised to do complete inspections during vehicle purchases, amid growing complaints- CCAC

The continuous and increasing valid complaints from consumers engaged in the purchase of vehicles have prompted the Competition and Consumer Affairs Commission (CCAC) to alert consumers to have vehicles they intend to purchase thoroughly checked by a mechanic of their choice before signing off on the final agreement of purchase. Already for 2023, the CCAC said it has received 27 ...

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December 2023