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Guyana Launches Project to Phase Out Mercury in Mining – teleSUR English


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Guyana Launches Project to Phase Out Mercury in Mining
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The Ministry of Natural Resources met this week with regulatory agencies, miners' associations and international partners to exchange ideas about advancing the United Nations' Minamata Convention on Mercury. Guyana became a signatory to the treaty in ...

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Thieves, including employee, caught red-handed carting off safe

A hardware store employe is one of three persons arrested after they and three others abandoned a safe shortly after tying up five security guards, police said. “As the suspects were fleeing the premises with the steel safe, they saw a police patrol and were forced to abandon their loot intact and escaped,” police said. …

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Team of US Congressmen expected to visit Guyana

Seven or eight United States Congressmen are due to visit Guyana in the coming weeks, Minister of State Joseph Harmon said. The date of the visit is to be announced later Thursday. He said the unnamed congressmen are due to be accompanied by several United States military officers. Harmon said the team of Congressmen would …

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PNCR democratic culture augurs well for Guyana – Caribbean Life

PNCR democratic culture augurs well for GuyanaCaribbean LifeSo long as the candidates respect the electoral process, each other, the party they represent, and the people of Guyana, and conduct themselves with integrity and the highest standards of dece...

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Local rice cereal rakes in GY$35 million in sales

After more than six months on the market, the local rice cereal ‘Morning Glory’ has recorded sales ranging from $30Million to $35Million. On Wednesday, ANSA McAL Trading Limited (AMTL) in collaboration with Guyana’s Institute of Applied Science and Technology (IAST) officially launched the cereal at the AMTL head office. In brief remarks, AMTL’s Food and Consumer …

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Erupting gas deposit at East Bank Demerara huge; govt asked to decide on exploitation

The natural gas deposit at Diamond is said to be significant and government has been asked to decide on whether the resource should be exploited commercially for the benefit of that East Bank Demerara area. Director-General of the Civil Defence Commission, Lt.Col. Kester Craig said a sample of the methane gas was sent overseas to determine …

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Here are breathtaking photos to prove why Guyana is indeed the land of many waters – Face2Face Africa


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Here are breathtaking photos to prove why Guyana is indeed the land of many waters
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Popularly known as the “land of many waters”, the beautiful nation of Guyana boasts of very beautiful and awe-inspiring water bodies. From eye-catching lakes and rivers to picturesque waterfalls, you'll never fall short of spectacular photo ops. Below ...

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Juvenile escapes from holding centre

A 16-year old boy escaped from the Juvenile Holding Centre, Sophia six days ago,  and since then a search has come up empty handed. He has been identified as Leon Patterson. The Public Security Ministry appealed to the public for assistance in finding the lad by contacting the nearest police station. The Ministry of Public Security said …

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