Capitol News TV News Videos – 19 July 2013

Capitol News TV News Videos – 19 July 2013

  • Combined opposition shoots down the Government’s much talked about Amaila Hydropower project
  • Lindeners express concern over slow reconstruction progress of primary school gutted by fire during 2012 protest
  • Caribbean Airlines says there should be adequate seats in the off season
  • Mysterious front end loader sits on the lawns of the 1763 Monument and no one seems to know who owns it

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Combined opposition shoots down the Government’s much talked about Amaila Hydropower projectPosted: 19 Jul 2013 04:06 PM PDT

The opposition and the Government are trading words inside and outside of the National Assembly after the opposition used their majority and shot down the Amaila Hydropower project which is aimed at producing electricity at a cheaper rate. Inside of Parliament last evening Government’s Chief Whip, Gail Texiera said at the last moment the Government […]
Lindeners express concern over slow reconstruction progress of primary school gutted by fire during 2012 protestPosted: 19 Jul 2013 04:06 PM PDT

One year after a fire of unknown origin gutted the One Mile primary School in Linden during the deadly protest, works are progressing, but at a rather slow pace much to the dissatisfaction of some residents. When this Newscast visited the School on Thursday, residents told us despite the community taking it upon themselves to […]
Caribbean Airlines says there should be adequate seats in the off seasonPosted: 19 Jul 2013 04:05 PM PDT

Caribbean Airlines has sought to clarify its schedule changes for the upcoming low season out of Guyana. Capitol News understands that while the airline is downgrading its use of the 767 aircraft, there still would be enough seats available during the off season; September 16-November 22. Fewer persons fly during that period according to aviation […]
Mysterious front end loader sits on the lawns of the 1763 Monument and no one seems to know who owns itPosted: 19 Jul 2013 04:04 PM PDT

This front end loader has been sitting for sometime now on the lawns of the 1763 Monument site and no one seems to know who owns it. It is positioned between the Information Centre and the security booth and  checks on the loader revealed no registration number plate is visible. There is a plate bearing […]
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