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Court of Appeal pushes back decision on constitutionality of GECOM Chairman’s appointment

The Guyana Court of Appeal on Friday pushed back delivering its decision on the constitutionality of  President David Granger’s unilateral appointment of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM). The Justices of Appeal are Chancellor of the Judiciary, Yonette Cummings-Edwards, Rishi Persaud and Dawn Gregory. After a more than 10-minute in-chambers discussion with Attorney …

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Michael Johnson interview: From Derby County to Guyana – SkySports


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Michael Johnson interview: From Derby County to Guyana
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Former Derby defender Michael Johnson is dreaming of taking Guyana to the Gold Cup with his old club's help. Adam Bate went to meet him to find out why that dream might just become a reality... Michael Johnson was on the coach on the way back from ...

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Former Guyana sugar industry foreman jailed in Britain for raping elderly woman at care home

Reproduced from Plymouth Live An evil member of staff has been caged for 16 years for raping an elderly resident with dementia at a Plymouth, United Kingdom care home. Plymouth Live newspaper reported on October 5, 2018 that laundryman Himwanth Ramkishun, aged 54, took advantage of the helpless 76-year-old grandmother in her bed, a jury decided …

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Former Guyana sugar industry foreman jailed in Britain for raping elderly woman at care home

Reproduced from Plymouth Live An evil member of staff has been caged for 16 years for raping an elderly resident with dementia at a Plymouth, United Kingdom care home. Plymouth Live newspaper reported on October 5, 2018 that laundryman Himwanth Ramkishun, aged 54, took advantage of the helpless 76-year-old grandmother in her bed, a jury decided …

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Guyana: New food safety standards for coconut water, after bacteria found – St. Lucia News Online

St. Lucia News OnlineGuyana: New food safety standards for coconut water, after bacteria foundSt. Lucia News Online(DEMERARA WAVES) – Coconut producers and vendors in Guyana and other Caribbean Community (Caricom) member states will soon have to abide ...

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Domestic airline official implicated in road death of UWI student in … – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana

Demerara Waves Online News GuyanaDomestic airline official implicated in road death of UWI student in ...Demerara Waves Online News GuyanaA University of the West Indies (UWI) student was killed in a road accident when she was struck down by a car driv...

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Domestic airline official implicated in road death of UWI student in Guyana

A University of the West Indies (UWI) student was killed in a road accident when she was struck down by a car driven by a prospective trainee pilot, police sources said. At the time of the accident, she was crossing the road in the company of her fiance who is also a pilot. Dead is …

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Domestic airline official implicated in road death of UWI student in Guyana

A University of the West Indies (UWI) student was killed in a road accident when she was struck down by a car driven by a prospective trainee pilot, police sources said. At the time of the accident, she was crossing the road in the company of her fiance who is also a pilot. Dead is …

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Domestic airline official implicated in road death of UWI student in Guyana

A University of the West Indies (UWI) student was killed in a road accident when she was struck down by a car driven by a prospective trainee pilot, police sources said. At the time of the accident, she was crossing the road in the company of her fiance who is also a pilot. Dead is …

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Caricom needs three shipping hubs for agri produce; as Guyana, Suriname offer lands for mega-farms – Demerara Waves Online News Guyana


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Caricom needs three shipping hubs for agri produce; as Guyana, Suriname offer lands for mega-farms
Demerara Waves Online News Guyana
The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) needs three regional shipping hubs and slackening paperwork bottlenecks to improve transportation, even as Barbados' Prime Minister, Mia Mottley said producing large amounts of food in Guyana and Suriname ...

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