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Uitvlugt Estate, West Coast Demerara Source August 15 2018 The Guyana Sugar Corporation is conducting investigations following a Saturday morning accident at the Uitvlugt, West Coast Demerara estate, where the turbine-fuelled sugar cane shredder sped out of control, bursting the belt and ejecting the shredder blades. No one was hurt as one employee daringly risked his life and manoeuvred through the chaos to shut down off the turbine. “There was an accident during start up. It was...Read More...
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Omalla Williams August 15 2018 Source A baker was yesterday remanded to prison after being charged with nine counts of armed robbery and discharging a loaded firearm with intent to commit murder. Among the charges laid against Omalla Williams, 26, was the armed attack on a visiting group of American citizens, who were robbed at gunpoint. It was alleged that on July 27th, at Leopold and Breda streets, Werk-en-Rust, in the company of others and armed with a gun, Williams robbed Dennis Grant,...Read More...
AmCham Guyana to promote trade and encourage regulator changes Aug 14, 2018 Source US Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway shares a light moment with members of the diplomatic corps US Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway shares a light moment with members of the diplomatic corps US Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway shares a light moment with members of the diplomatic corps Board of Directors of AmCham Guyana pose with Foreign Affairs Minister, Carl Greenidge who is also performing the...Read More...

Essequibians forming group to push tourism

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Essequibians forming group to push tourism Aug 14, 2018 Source The Region Two Regional Democratic Council (RDC) and the Essequibo Chambers of Commerce (ECC) have embarked on a project of forming a group to push tourism in the region. This was according to Region Two Councillor, Vilma Da Silva who said the project is part of the region’s flagship tourism project. Region Two Councillor, Vilma Da Silva In 2017, a team from the Department of Tourism visited regions across Guyana to garner the...Read More...
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President Granger “will inevitably and ultimately pay the price” by failing to hold press conferences – former PNC govt information czar Posted by: Denis Chabrol in News , Politics August 7, 2018 11 Comments Kit Nascimento A former Minister of Information under the People’s National Congress administration has warned President David Granger that his failure to hold formal scheduled press conferences could see him being isolated from the wider Guyanese society. Nascimento, a former Cabinet...Read More...
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Tell me this is a friggin JOKE

Nehru
Aholes running a Country when they are incapable to wipe their Batty!!!!! Procurement irregularities due to urgent need for new bridge – Govt. claims Aug 14, 2018 News 0 Comments Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson The Ministry of Public Infrastructure yesterday responded to media reports that detail procurement breaches in the award of contract to a Dutch company that conducted a feasibility study for a new Demerara River Bridge. At no time in the press release did the...Read More...
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I Get the last Laugh

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Since 2011, I have heard that the 2015 General Election was important. We are in 2018 and still, I am hearing 2020 is the most important election. It's time we cut the chase and stop wasting time. An election is about winning and losing and the PPP is out of office continuously until now. The way things stand at present, the PNC may run away with another win in 2020, but nothing is being said about the PPP prospect of winning other than the daily BS from the Indo-Elite group on GNI. When I...Read More...
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Guyana mightn’t get any oil money

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Guyana mightn’t get any oil money Aug 14, 2018 Dem Boys Seh , Kaieteur News, https://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2018/08/14/guyana-mightnt-get-any-oil-money/ Guyana looking out fuh oil; people already spending de oil money although Guyana ain’t get a cent. Right now there is a big debate over a statement about giving every poor household US$5,000 a year. But de odda day dem had a lecture and a lady spell out something which suggest that Guyana ain’t got one cent to get from all de oil it got.Read More...
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The Brothers at it AGAIN????

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A man plowed a car into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday morning, injuring at least three people before being arrested on suspicion of terrorism, officials said. The man was driving a Ford Fiesta on the wrong side of the road at up to 50 mph when it mounted the sidewalk and struck a group of pedestrians and cyclists before slamming into the barriers, the Telegraph reported . The suspect, who is in his 20s, was captured about 7:30 a.m. local time and was...Read More...
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Trump calls Omarosa ‘that dog’ on Twitter as she continues book publicity tour

WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday referred to Omarosa Manigault Newman as “that dog” as the former senior White House adviser continued a publicity tour to promote her new book that depicts Trump as a racist. In a morning tweet, Trump praised his chief of staff, John F. Kelly, for last year having fired Manigault Newman, the former reality television star who was the highest-ranking Black employee in the White House. “When you give a crazed, crying low-life a break, and give...Read More...
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Saudi Children Killers...................

Thousands attend funerals of children killed in Yemen bus attack At least 51 people were killed in Thursday's attack by the Saudi-UAE coalition, including 40 children. Thousands of people gathered in Yemen 's war-ravaged city of Saada on Monday for the funerals of 51 people , including 40 children, who were killed in air strikes by a Saudi-UAE military alliance, backed by the US. Scores of cars covered in green, which is a hugely symbolic colour in Islam, transported the victims' coffins...Read More...
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Ministerial powers cut in revised Petroleum Commission bill By Staff Writer 16 hours ago When the revised Petroleum Commission Bill returns to Parliament later this year, not only would it have significantly reduced the powers of the subject Minister, it also incorporates clauses aimed at ensuring its independence, transparency and accountability. Provision has also been made for at least two women to be on the Board of Directors of the Commission and the bill now caters for both genders,...Read More...
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