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Canadian, British oil companies complete seismic survey “successfully” offshore Guyana

The Canada-based, Eco (Atlantic), and its British partner, Tullow Oil plc, said a a 3D seismic survey has been completed successfully offshore Guyana and on schedule, paving the way for those partners to decide on a drilling schedule. The survey was conducted by Schlumberger Guyana Inc. (Western Geco). Eco (Atlantic) Oil & Gas Ltd.  announced that …

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Guyana’s Indigenous Amerindian traditional conservation strategies may be shared with Guiana Shield

A British-funded three-year project to integrate Amerindian traditional knowledge into national environmental conservation policy and practice is likely to serve as a pilot project for the rest of the Guiana Shield while ensuring that Guyana achieves benchmarks of several international agreements. The project is being undertaken by the Darwin Initiative, which was launched by Britain …

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Guyana facilitating ‘legal’ telephone contact with prisoners – St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)


St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)

Guyana facilitating 'legal' telephone contact with prisoners
St. Lucia Times Online News (press release)
Demerara Waves:-The Guyana Prison Service on Monday announced that systems have been put in place for friends and family members to make “legal” telephone contact with prisoners. Following is the full text of a statement issued by Director of Prisoners ...
Prison service sets out how inmates can be contactedStabroek News

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Eco Atlantic Oil, Tullow Oil Complete 3D Seismic Survey in Guyana – Fox Business

Proactive Investors UKEco Atlantic Oil, Tullow Oil Complete 3D Seismic Survey in GuyanaFox BusinessEco Atlantic said the 2,500 kilometers square 3D Survey was conducted by Schlumberger Guyana Inc. (Western Geco) and has now been completed successfully ...

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Sure shot – a Guyanese father and child, by Jamain Gordon – British Journal of Photography


British Journal of Photography

Sure shot – a Guyanese father and child, by Jamain Gordon
British Journal of Photography
Gordon, who was a runner-up in the undergraduate single image category for this year's Breakthrough Awards, was inspired to photograph the people of his native Guyana while studying photography at university in London. One of the few Caribbean ...

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Guyana CAA gives TGA provisional nod to resume domestic ops – ch-aviation

Guyana CAA gives TGA provisional nod to resume domestic opsch-aviationThe ban was effected following the crash of an Air Services (Guyana) Cessna (single piston) U206F Stationair, 8R-GFM (msn U20601731), near the Kaieteur Falls gorge last week which ki...

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Prison Service facilitating “legal” telephone contact with prisoners

The Guyana Prison Service on Monday announced that systems have been put in place for friends and family members to make “legal” telephone contact with prisoners. Following is the full text of a statement issued by Director of Prisoners, Gladwin Samuels. Please be informed that efforts are being made to allow family members and friends …

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Prison Service facilitating “legal” telephone contact with prisoners

The Guyana Prison Service on Monday announced that systems have been put in place for friends and family members to make “legal” telephone contact with prisoners. Following is the full text of a statement issued by Director of Prisoners, Gladwin Samuels. Please be informed that efforts are being made to allow family members and friends …

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Contractor leaves Berbice school incomplete as new school term begins

As hundreds of students and teachers turned out at their schools for the new September school term, the situation was a disappointing one at the Manchester Secondary School in Berbice. The students and teaching faculty were met with incomplete rehabilitation works among a number of other issues. Whens Demerara Waves Online News visited the school …

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Contractor leaves Berbice school incomplete as new school term begins

As hundreds of students and teachers turned out at their schools for the new September school term, the situation was a disappointing one at the Manchester Secondary School in Berbice. The students and teaching faculty were met with incomplete rehabilitation works among a number of other issues. Whens Demerara Waves Online News visited the school …

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