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Happy? Independence – Stabroek News

Happy? IndependenceStabroek NewsIt was when I saw this that the penny dropped: We have robbed the British of one of their best assets, Guyana. We now inherit and sit on their remains; their foundation is what lies under our statehood, our nationhood. N...

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Is spraying the cabins of aircraft really necessary? – Stabroek News


Is spraying the cabins of aircraft really necessary?
Stabroek News
Caribbean Airlines' Guyanese passengers have long expressed concern about the airline's practice of spraying insecticide within their closed cabins prior to take-off. Murmurs can be heard as the flight attendant walks the length of the plane's cabin ...

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Independence exhibition opens – Stabroek News

Independence exhibition opensStabroek NewsThe 2013 Independence Exhibition, a collaborative venture by the National Archives, the University of Guyana Library, the Burrowes School of Art, the Ministry of Human Services and Social Security, the Ministry...

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Guyana to target female trafficking in rural mines – New Straits Times


Guyana to target female trafficking in rural mines
New Straits Times
GEORGETOWN, Guyana : Guyana is establishing a task force to help eradicate trafficking of underage girls in mining camps in the South American country's interior. National Security Minister Clement Rohee said Friday that the government has identified ...
Mining needs to be organized and sustainableStabroek News

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Lingering doubt – Stabroek News

Lingering doubtStabroek NewsLast year, the administration introduced a bill aimed at reforming the telecommunications industry in Guyana. The proposed law is still to gain parliamentary approbation, and if and when that occurs, it would most likely alt...

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Regent street in transition – Stabroek News

Stabroek NewsRegent street in transitionStabroek NewsRegent street in transition? This picture taken yesterday shows vending on the Regent Street on the very spot which, almost 12 years ago, a huge fire engulfed several business premises including the ...

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