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Monthly Archives: November 2015

By Clifford Stanley WORKERS of Oldendorff Carriers (Guyana) Incorporated (OCGI), the company contracted by the Russian Bauxite Company of Guyana Incorporated (BCGI) to trans-ship bauxite...

-- says move was last resort The Institute of Private Enterprise Development (IPED) was recently forced to commence enforcement of security on the assets charged...

By Alex Wayne PIZZA lovers will now have their expectations deliciously fulfilled by going no further than Pizza Hut which is back in Guyana under...

By Shauna Jemmott RENEE Chester has become one of the most sought after make-up artists in Guyana. Her work is celebrated by those who recognise...

By Frederick Halley WELL-known Guyana-born Logistics Associate Dessie Fanfair, who has been residing in Canada for over 30 years, is leading the charge to mobilise...

By Rabindra Rooplall THE season is here, with its wonderful anticipation and all-pervasive feeling of bonhomie magically charging the atmosphere. Of all the holidays in...

By Leroy Smith AN Essequibo man yesterday reportedly confessed to killing 73-year-old Suroojpattie Ramlakhan, called “Aunty Carmen,” who was found murdered in her Richmond Essequibo...

By Shauna Jemmott A YOUNG pilot has credited his military training for holding his ground during a testing experience when he was the first to...

-- Hub to help small states access millions for climate change By Neil Marks in Malta COMMONWEALTH Heads of Government have mandated the bloc’s London office...

THE Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) is calling on the relevant authorities to arbitrate in a dispute between a miner operating a...