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GBTI promotes early saving habits – awards Early Savers

The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) has said it continues to promote savings especially among youths, and gives an incentive to those already doing so to encourage others to join the bank;s Early Savers Club. “GBTI continues to promote savings. The bank believes that an early start to good saving habits could influence …

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Local group to help Venezuelans seeking refuge – Stabroek News

Stabroek NewsLocal group to help Venezuelans seeking refugeStabroek NewsWe have recently learnt that some consideration has been given to permit Venezuelans in Guyana to regularize their situation on the basis of possession of an ID card rather than a ...

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Guyana Stores still to make payment on $3.8B in tax arrears – Stabroek News

Stabroek NewsGuyana Stores still to make payment on $3.8B in tax arrearsStabroek NewsA month after its last deadline passed, Guyana Stores Limited (GSL) has seemingly still made no payment on the over $3.8 billion in taxes owed to the Guyana Revenue Au...

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Warm-up against Guyana – Nation News


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Warm-up against Guyana
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International basketball is returning to these shores for the first time in nearly two decades, as regional rivals Guyana are slated to face off against the men's trial squad in a three-game series next weekend at the Wildey Gym. Interim Barbados ...

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Contracts inked for deplorable Linden-Lethem/Kwakwani roads; major works to start after rainy season

After a prolonged delay in allocating an estimated GY$2.2 billion for repairs to the badly deteriorated Linden-Lethem and Linden to Kwakwani Roads, only minor works could be done until the rainy season ends with the eventual setting aside of GY$650 million, officials said. Motorists have told Demerara Waves Online News that so far three trucks …

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‘Otisha’ charged with sexual offence

Homosexual  and outspoken gay rights activist, Otis “Otisha” Pearson was Friday charged with a sexual offence he allegedly committed last year on a teenage boy. The forty-year old Pearson of 61 Station Street, Kitty, Georgetown was not required to plea to the indictable charge. City Magistrate, Leron Daly granted Pearson GY$300,000 bail and ordered that …

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US helps tighten Guyana maritime’s port security; international compliance jumps to 84 percent – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana


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US helps tighten Guyana maritime's port security; international compliance jumps to 84 percent
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Junior Minister of Public Infrastructure, Annette Ferguson; US Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway; Director-General of the Maritime Administration, Claudette Rogers and Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson at the handing over of the ...

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US helps tighten Guyana maritime’s port security; international compliance jumps to 84 percent

The United States (US) on Friday said it has so far spent more than US$100,000 to help Guyana tighten its maritime port security, resulting in increased compliance with the International Shipping and Port Security (ISPS) code that helps minimise terrorist threats. American Ambassador to Guyana, Perry Holloway said assessments by the US Coast Guard cost …

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GRA seizes GY$6 million in smuggled liquor

The Guyana Revenue Authority said it seized  GY$6 million worth of smuggled liquor. The 50 cases of  foreign alcohol were seized by the GRA’s Law Enforcement and Investigation Division (LEID) from an unnamed location on the East Coast Demerara on May 30, 2018, the authority said. One person was arrested and subsequently put on bail, …

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