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Guyana establishes high-tech system to monitor land use

Guyana’s ‘green’ state will receive a tremendous push through the hosting of Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS) Network workshops here, Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon said Thursday. The Minister was, at the time, speaking at the closing ceremony of the third CORS Network Informative workshop held in the Training Room of the Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission …

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Policeman caught tossing cigarettes, cellphone over Lusignan Prison fence

A policeman was early Friday morning arrested after he was caught tossing a plastic bag containing several prohibited items at the Lusignan Holding Bay next to the prison, Director of Prisons Gladwin Samuels said. The bag contained seven packs of cigarettes, one cellular phone, one cellular phone and one charger. Commending police and prison guards …

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Policeman caught tossing cigarettes, cellphone over Lusignan Prison fence

A policeman was early Friday morning arrested after he was caught tossing a plastic bag containing several prohibited items at the Lusignan Holding Bay next to the prison, Director of Prisons Gladwin Samuels said. The bag contained seven packs of cigarettes, one cellular phone, one cellular phone and one charger. Commending police and prison guards …

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Five “known characters” arrested with guns, fake vehicle number plates

Five “known characters” were Thursday morning arrested after two guns,  fake licence number plates and others were found in a bag under the back seat of the vehicle in which they were travelling. “A search of their persons revealed nothing but of their vehicle, the ranks found hidden under the back seat, a red and …

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Five “known characters” arrested with guns, fake vehicle number plates

Five “known characters” were Thursday morning arrested after two guns,  fake licence number plates and others were found in a bag under the back seat of the vehicle in which they were travelling. “A search of their persons revealed nothing but of their vehicle, the ranks found hidden under the back seat, a red and …

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Teachers back to work from Monday; govt, union to decide on arbitration panel

Government representatives and the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) will next week meet to select the arbitration panel and decide on the terms of reference for an arbitration panel, now that the strike by educators has been called off immediately. The terms of resumption signed provide for the teachers to resume duty officially on Monday 10th …

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Teachers back to work from Monday; govt, union to decide on arbitration panel

Government representatives and the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU) will next week meet to select the arbitration panel and decide on the terms of reference for an arbitration panel, now that the strike by educators has been called off immediately. The terms of resumption signed provide for the teachers to resume duty officially on Monday 10th …

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BREAKING NEWS: Teachers’ pay dispute goes to arbitration, strike to be called off

Chief Labour Officer, Charles Ogle Thursday announced that the almost two-week old teachers’ strike will be called off as the two sides ha be decided to go to arbitration. He said the Guyana Teacher’s Union and the Ministry of Education agreed to take their long-running pay dispute to arbitration. The strike that began on August …

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BREAKING NEWS: Teachers’ pay dispute goes to arbitration, strike to be called off

Chief Labour Officer, Charles Ogle Thursday announced that the almost two-week old teachers’ strike will be called off as the two sides ha be decided to go to arbitration. He said the Guyana Teacher’s Union and the Ministry of Education agreed to take their long-running pay dispute to arbitration. The strike that began on August …

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Jagdeo floats idea of United Nations conducting Guyana’s general elections

Opposition Leader, Bharrat Jagdeo on Thursday suggested that the United Nations (UN) should run Guyana’s elections due to historical concerns about free and fair elections. “Maybe, we should just contract it out to the United Nations. It can be cheaper,” he told a news conference. Jagdeo signaled that his People’s Progressive Party was not prepared …

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