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Build partnerships for sustainable livelihood and “the good life” -Minister Allicock at NTC 2017

Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affair Sydney Allicock enjoined the building of  partnerships for sustainable livelihood and the good life, as representatives from some 215 indigenous communities gather at the Cyril Potter College of Education, Turkeyen for the National Toshao Conference (NTC) 2017. Ministers of State, Joseph Harmon, Finance, Winston Jordan and Social Protection, Amna Ally among those gathered at the ...

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Build partnerships for sustainable livelihood and “the good life” -Minister Allicock at NTC 2017

Minister of Indigenous Peoples’ Affair Sydney Allicock enjoined the building of  partnerships for sustainable livelihood and the good life, as representatives from some 215 indigenous communities gather at the Cyril Potter College of Education, Turkeyen for the National Toshao Conference (NTC) 2017. Ministers of State, Joseph Harmon, Finance, Winston Jordan and Social Protection, Amna Ally among those gathered at the ...

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LETTER: Establishment of the NTC under previous administration ushered in a new era

Dear Editor, I happily join in welcoming the several hundred Amerindian toshaos, councillors and other elected representatives of the Amerindian villages and communities across Guyana — who have travelled from the coastal and hinterland regions and remote villages and communities across Guyana; enduring the long journey by land, water and air travel, to attend and participate in discussions and decision ...

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LETTER: Establishment of the NTC under previous administration ushered in a new era

Dear Editor, I happily join in welcoming the several hundred Amerindian toshaos, councillors and other elected representatives of the Amerindian villages and communities across Guyana — who have travelled from the coastal and hinterland regions and remote villages and communities across Guyana; enduring the long journey by land, water and air travel, to attend and participate in discussions and decision ...

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Four arraigned for armed robbery

Four men, including a father of four children, were earlier today (Monday), arraigned when they appeared at the Leonora Magistrate Court charged for carrying out an armed robbery. Jeremiah Lovell, 24 of 161 Lion’s Place, South Ruimveldt, Georgetown, Adrian Bailey,38 of 163 Parafait Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD), Carlton Miller, 29 of 14 Benn Street, Georgetown and Timothy Sentil, 37 ...

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Four arraigned for armed robbery

Four men, including a father of four children, were earlier today (Monday), arraigned when they appeared at the Leonora Magistrate Court charged for carrying out an armed robbery. Jeremiah Lovell, 24 of 161 Lion’s Place, South Ruimveldt, Georgetown, Adrian Bailey,38 of 163 Parafait Harmonie, West Bank Demerara (WBD), Carlton Miller, 29 of 14 Benn Street, Georgetown and Timothy Sentil, 37 ...

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Essequibo businessman remanded to prison for ganja, cocaine bust

An Essequibo Coast, Region Two businessman was on Monday remanded to prison when he appeared before Magistrate Ester Sam slapped with a narcotics trafficking charge. Devon Fordyce of Lot 45 Dartmouth Village, Essequibo Coast is accused of trafficking 1539 grams of cannabis and 32 grams of cocaine. Some of the illicit substances found on the businessman’s premises He made his ...

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Essequibo businessman remanded to prison for ganja, cocaine bust

An Essequibo Coast, Region Two businessman was on Monday remanded to prison when he appeared before Magistrate Ester Sam slapped with a narcotics trafficking charge. Devon Fordyce of Lot 45 Dartmouth Village, Essequibo Coast is accused of trafficking 1539 grams of cannabis and 32 grams of cocaine. Some of the illicit substances found on the businessman’s premises He made his ...

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African cultural committee proposes local secretariat

– President promises to give due consideration As the local African community gathered at the Critchlow Labour College Auditorium on Sunday to take part in the fifth annual “State of the African Guyanese” Forum organised by the Cuffy250 Committee, a request was made for a subvention from Government to establish a secretariat to implement the programmes and policies directed to ...

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African cultural committee proposes local secretariat

– President promises to give due consideration As the local African community gathered at the Critchlow Labour College Auditorium on Sunday to take part in the fifth annual “State of the African Guyanese” Forum organised by the Cuffy250 Committee, a request was made for a subvention from Government to establish a secretariat to implement the programmes and policies directed to ...

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