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Florida identity thief ‘John Doe’ may be Guyanese man – Stabroek News


Florida identity thief 'John Doe' may be Guyanese man
Stabroek News
The answer to that question could land a man now serving a ten-year prison sentence in the United States Federal Correctional Institution in Jesup, Georgia on a plane to Guyana. For twenty-three years, he lived in Florida State as Lanail Thaddeus Hudson.

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Pilot programme for Portuguese in schools betrays elitism – Stabroek News


Pilot programme for Portuguese in schools betrays elitism
Stabroek News
The details shared about Guyana's impending secondary schools' Portuguese curriculum leave me amused, if not disconcerted, especially in light of these recent sentiments of non-discriminatory and just delivery of education. Foremost, this foreign ...

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Guyana imported 13.4% more oil last year than in 2011 – Stabroek News

Guyana imported 13.4% more oil last year than in 2011Stabroek NewsAccording to a statement from the Guyana Energy Agency, Guyana imported 4.9 million barrels of petroleum-based products in 2012 (the equivalent of 13,320 barrels per day), which translat...

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Rice record – Stabroek News

Rice recordStabroek NewsIt would be helpful if the ministry and the Guyana Rice Development Board were to provide detailed figures on cultivation in each region and yields etc. First and foremost however, the output is a tribute to the hundreds of hard...

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Leonora estate land undeveloped after Ed Ahmad acquisition – Stabroek News

Leonora estate land undeveloped after Ed Ahmad acquisitionStabroek NewsA large plot of land at Leonora remains unoccupied and undeveloped following its purchase from the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) by Guyanese-born real estate fraudster Edul Ahm...

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Guyana fears losing funds amid deforestation – New Zealand Herald

Guyana fears losing funds amid deforestationNew Zealand HeraldGEORGETOWN, Guyana (AP) Guyana says it fears it could lose up to $20 million in annual payments from Norway after officials noted the deforestation rate has increased slightly in the South A...

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Guyana facing loss of US$20M in Norway forest payment – Stabroek News

Guyana facing loss of US$20M in Norway forest paymentStabroek NewsGuyana will lose out on around US$20M of the payment it would have received under its forest protection agreement with Norway for last year, once increased deforestation is confirmed by ...

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