Business executives to celebrate Sol Guyana eighteenth anniversary

Top business executives will gather at the Marriot Hotel Saturday to celebrate SOL Guyana Inc. 13th anniversary in Guyana. General Manager Liz Wyatt and her team will be holding a toast to the company’s continued health and success at the corporate function. SOL is well known for its extremely robust Health, Safety and Environmental Standards

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Commonwealth meeting

Queen hopes Prince Charles will succeed her The Queen has appealed to Commonwealth leaders to appoint her son, Prince Charles, to succeed her as their head. She said it was her “sincere wish” that Prince Charles takes over “one day”, as she opened the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London. The role is

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A cowardly act

…gov’t pours cold water on PPP private charges …warns that more court actions coming against former ministers THE People’s Progressive Party (PPP) in an unprecedented move filed private criminal charges of misconduct in public office against two sitting Government Ministers without the benefit of an investigation. But the Government has described the move as “cowardly”

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Murder/suicide rocks Belmont

A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy and his seven-year-old sister stood as witnesses, when their enraged father brutally stabbed their mother to death in the street at Belmont, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara on Thursday. Dead is Darmattie Persaud, 23, also known as ‘Kalvina’, a housewife. Her alleged assailant who was under guard at the Georgetown Public Hospital where

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Calls for DPP to nix PPP charges

…legal expert cites precedent, says charges bogus THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has the power to discontinue the private criminal charges filed on Thursday against two sitting ministers of government, with a top legal luminary describing them as bogus that have not been supported by any investigating procedure. The legal luminary asserted too that

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Help realise Langkawi, Iwokrama objectives

— President Granger urges Commonwealth Heads PRESIDENT David Granger said the Commonwealth has an obligation to assist in the realisation of the objectives of the 1989 Langkawi Declaration and the Iwokrama. He made the appeal during his address to the first session of the Executive meetings being hosted as part of the 25th Commonwealth Heads of

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Indian Arrival events must be alcohol-free

— Indian Action Committee urges THE Indian Action Committee (IAC) has issued a call for an alcohol-free celebration at events to commemorate the 180th anniversary of the arrival of the first batch of East Indian indentured immigrants from India to Guyana. The IAC in a release said while the official anniversary will be May 5,

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Dynamic passengers to be refunded from May 2

SEVEN months after Dynamic International Airways closed its operations here in Guyana, affected passengers will be refunded. The Public Infrastructure Minister, in a statement on Thursday, said the process of refunds for tickets issued by Dynamic International Airways will commence from Wednesday May 2, 2018. “Refunds will be issued Mondays to Thursdays from 09:00hrs to

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Uitvlugt estate surpasses first crop target

THE Uitvlugt estate has met and surpassed its production target for the first crop of 2018. Uitvlugt is one of the three estates remaining under GuySuCo management after the downsizing that led to the closure of the other estates in 2017. Uitvlugt surpassed the production target after grinding for seven weeks. This was achieved despite

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Mining executive donates to orphanages

FOUR orphanages in Guyana are now a little bit better equipped to serve children under their care, following their selection by mining executive Dean Hassan to receive accumulated donations of G$4.4M. The handing-over ceremony and luncheon was held Thursday at the Marriott Hotel and St. John’s Bosco, Joshua House, St. Ann’s and Shaheed Boys and

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