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City Hall’s parking meter negotiating team selected

The Mayor and City Councillors on Wednesday approved a  seven-member team to negotiate a revised parking meter contract with Smart City Solutions, in keeping with the wishes of central government. Under the chairmanship of Malcolm Ferreira, the others are Vice Chair, Noelle Chow-Chee; Carlyle Goring; Tricia Richards, Ivelaw Henry, Roopnarine ‘Ron’ Persaud and Heston Bostwick. …

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Royal Castle chef fined, jailed for cocaine trafficking

Former chef at Royal Castle, Anthony Gibson was Wednesday jailed for three years after he admitted to being in possession of 548 grams of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Apart from being jailed, he was also fined GYD $1.4 million by Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan. The 26-year old East Ruimveldt resident on April …

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Gold Board General Manager denies any wrongdoing

Guyana Gold Board General Manager on-leave, Lisaveta Ramotar on Wednesday denied being involved in alleged money laundering or other offences, as police continued to probe alleges links with fraud accused gold dealer, Saddiqi Rasul. “I wish to assert strongly that I am absolutely innocent of any wrong doings. I have discharged my  duties at the …

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SURINAME: Protesters to take legal actions against Suriname government for violation of fundamental rights

By Ivan Cairo PARAMARIBO, Suriname; Trade unions and other civil groups which for the past weeks have staged protest demonstrations against the government, are filing a lawsuit against the government for violating their fundamental rights. Legal actions are being taken since the authorities Tuesday prevented the organizations to hold a demonstration at Independence Square in …

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Beterverwagting cane-cutter remanded for attempted murder of ex partner

Cane-cutter, Warren Dennis appeared at the Spareendaam Magistrate’ Court Wednesdat morning charged with attempted murder of the mother of his children. The charge read that on Sunday April 23 at Quamina Road, Beterverwagting he unlawfully and maliciously wounded Alana Hazel with intent to murder her. Reports indicate that Hazel, a policewoman attached to the Police …

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TechnipFMC awarded subsea contract for Exxon’s Liza project, offshore Guyana – WorldOil (subscription)


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TechnipFMC awarded subsea contract for Exxon's Liza project, offshore Guyana
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We value our long-term, collaborative relationship with Exxon Mobil and we are committed to execution excellence and the successful long-term development of the project in Guyana” said Hallvard Hasselknipe, president of subsea projects, TechnipFMC.
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Ahead of results, TechnipFMC lands work offshore Guyana – UPI.com


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Ahead of results, TechnipFMC lands work offshore Guyana
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A subsidiary of Exxon Mobil working offshore Guyana awarded the contract to TechnipFMC for the engineering, manufacturing and delivery of equipment slated for the Liza project in deep waters. According to TechnipFMC, the Liza development has an ...
TechnipFMC awarded subsea contract for Exxon's Liza project, offshore GuyanaWorldOil (subscription)
TechnipFMC dealt in to ExxonMobil's Guyana projectEnergy Voice
TechnipFMC to supply subsea equipment for Liza deep water project in GuyanaEnergy Business Review
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Guyana to hold referendum on decriminalizing homosexuality – Gay Star News


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Guyana to hold referendum on decriminalizing homosexuality
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The people of Guyana will head to the polls to decide if homosexuality should remain illegal in their country. Located in South America's north Atlantic corner, Guyana is home to about 770,00 people. It is the only country in South America where ...

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US considers fee on money-transfers to Guyana, other countries to help fund Trump’s border wall – Demerara Waves


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US considers fee on money-transfers to Guyana, other countries to help fund Trump's border wall
Demerara Waves
United States-based Guyanese could soon be asked to pay more to send their relatives and friends a 'small piece' or a 'frek' if a Bill is passed to impose a two percent tax on all remittances sent to Guyana and several other countries to help fund the ...
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US considers fee on money-transfers to Guyana, other countries to help fund Trump’s border wall

United States-based Guyanese could soon be asked to pay more to send their relatives and friends a ‘small piece’ or a ‘frek’ if a Bill is passed to impose a two percent tax on all remittances sent to Guyana and several other countries to help fund the construction of a US-Mexico border wall. Introduced to the House …

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