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CJ dismisses challenge to Broadcasting Act and fees RAMBARRAN Broadcasting Systems Limited and Jacob Rambarran, the company’s Director on June 12, 2014 filed an action that sought constitutional redress and challenged the Broadcasting Act – a regulatory framework – provisions as it relates to fees.

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GPF raps Glenn Lall for being untruthful

GPF raps Glenn Lall for being untruthful

-still wanted for questioning by the police THE Guyana Police Force (GPF) yesterday stressed that it “is not desirous of making a public relations issue” over the invitation for the publisher of the Kaieteur News, Mr. Glenn Lall, to appear for an interview.

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Teixeira, others remember Mrs Jagan

Teixeira, others remember Mrs Jagan

- During ‘Night of Reflection’at Red House GUYANA’s first female President Mrs. Janet Jagan was saluted by the Executive members of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP), the party she co-founded with her husband Dr. Cheddi Jagan, as a stalwart in Guyana’s history and a woman of substance who dedicated a significant part of her life struggling for the betterment of ...

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Vigilance police leave bleeding man on roadway

Vigilance police leave bleeding man on roadway

POLICE ranks from the Vigilance Police Station are coming in for some very harsh criticism from members of the Lusignan Community after they responded to a report of assault and abuse, but failed to take the badly beaten man who was bleeding from a wound to the forehead and his nose, to either the police station or the hospital.

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‘Students in Pink’ honour Breast Cancer Survivors

‘Students in Pink’ honour Breast Cancer Survivors

TRAFFIC along Peter Rose Street, Queenstown, was briefly interrupted on Thursday by a sight that could cause no anger as scores of students in pink marched through Queenstown from the Josel Education Institute to the Seventh-Day Adventist Church Headquarters to show their solidarity with Breast Cancer survivors.

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