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‘A sitting duck’: Guyana Goldfields’ founder frets miner has become takeover target, launches proxy battle – Financial Post

'A sitting duck': Guyana Goldfields' founder frets miner has become takeover target, launches proxy battle  Financial PostIn a sign of the increased shareholder activism creeping into the mining sector, the ousted founder of Toronto-headquart...

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TT companies urged to invest in Guyana: get in early – Trinidad News

TT companies urged to invest in Guyana: get in early  Trinidad NewsDespite geopolitical tensions and rumblings within the Guyanese government, Guyana is open for business. The South American country is on the cusp of its ...

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Police force to increase its membership; divisional management plan being implemented

The Guyana Police Force is preparing to increase its law enforcement personnel as plans proceed for creating 10 police divisions across the country, President David Granger and Police Commissioner Leslie James said Thursday. Addressing the opening of the 2019 Police Officers’ Conference at State House, the Guyanese leader noted that the police force is “distributed …

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Police force to increase its membership; divisional management plan being implemented

The Guyana Police Force is preparing to increase its law enforcement personnel as plans proceed for creating 10 police divisions across the country, President David Granger and Police Commissioner Leslie James said Thursday. Addressing the opening of the 2019 Police Officers’ Conference at State House, the Guyanese leader noted that the police force is “distributed …

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Guyana Gov’t, opposition agree to expeditious conclusion no-confidence matter – caribbeannewsservice.com

Guyana Gov't, opposition agree to expeditious conclusion no-confidence matter  caribbeannewsservice.comThe Government of Guyana and the Parliamentary Opposition have committed to work towards concluding matters surrounding the December 21, vo...

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Shyam Nokta could emerge as PPP consensus presidential candidate

As the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) on Thursday began hearing from five of its presidential candidate hopefuls, former presidential advisor Shyam Nokta could emerge as the consensus candidate to contest the next general elections, party sources said. Nokta, 44, the son of veteran PPP member, Harripersaud Nokta, is said to have very good relations with …

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Shyam Nokta could emerge as PPP consensus presidential candidate

As the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) on Thursday began hearing from five of its presidential candidate hopefuls, former presidential advisor Shyam Nokta could emerge as the consensus candidate to contest the next general elections, party sources said. Nokta, 44, the son of veteran PPP member, Harripersaud Nokta, is said to have very good relations with …

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Canada’s High Commissioner mum on Charrandas Persaud departure; police tight-lipped on “matter of national security” probe

Canada’s High Commissioner to Guyana, Lilian Chatterjee, on Thursday refused to comment on her mission’s involvement in facilitating the departure of former government parliamentarian, Charrandas Persaud, even as Police Commissioner Leslie James said a probe was underway into a matter of “national security”. Asked what led to the High Commission’s Security Officer, Richard Beliveau’s presence at …

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