Capitol News – TV News Videos – 05 Sep 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 05 Sep 2013

  • Courts Guyana promises to make fitness walk better than its last edition
  • AFC Chairman Nigel Hughes seeks forgiveness for his non-disclosure of his link to the Amaila Falls Company
  • Police searches for businessman fingered in the murder of biker, Kurt Davis.
  • APNU insists that Gov’t present a comprehensive Bill concerning all aspects of the Amaila Falls Hydro project
  • Meeting planned to remove Timehri residents standing in the way of CJIA expansion project
  • ACTO meeting focuses on Indigenous issues at the start of Amerindian Heritage Month
  • Caribbean Airlines wants to operate in a sustainable manner
  • Giftland Office Max continues to give back

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Courts Guyana promises to make fitness walk better than its last editionPosted: 05 Sep 2013 07:05 PM PDT

The courts Guyana 10 k run and 3m fitness walk is on again in just over 2 weeks and the Company is promising to make the event even better than its last edition. It starts at 6 in the Morning on the, 22nd of September, in front of the Main Street head office and is […]
AFC Chairman seeks forgiveness for his non-disclosure of his link to the Amaila Falls CompanyPosted: 05 Sep 2013 06:49 PM PDT  

Alliance For change (AFC) Chairman Nigel Hughes, as he sought to clear the air on his involvement with the Amaila Falls Hydro project which his party had initially opposed. The prominent Attorney-At-Law on August 6th tendered his resignation as Chairman of the AFC after it was reported in some sections of the media that he […]
Police searches for businessman fingered in the murder of biker, Kurt Davis.Posted: 05 Sep 2013 06:28 PM PDT

The Police are said to have a positive description of the businessman who pulled the trigger on biker, Kurt Davis. This newscast understands that the two men were close friends up until the time of Davis’ death A source told this newscast that the shooting has its genesis in an event at a city nightclub, […]
APNU insists that Gov’t present a comprehensive Bill concerning all aspects of the Amaila Falls Hydro projectPosted: 05 Sep 2013 06:20 PM PDT

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is insisting that the Government has a responsibility to present to the National Assembly, a comprehensive Bill concerning all aspects of the Amaila Falls Hydro project. Opposition Leader, David Granger said while his party would have received several documents for the Amaila Falls Hydro project, questions were still being […]
Meeting planned to remove Timehri residents standing in the way of CJIA expansion projectPosted: 05 Sep 2013 06:15 PM PDT

Another meeting is planned between the disgruntled Timehri North residents and the Government with the hope of having the residents who stand in the way of the airport expansion removed. Those plans have already started with some residents expressing disappointment that the Government did not address the issue of adequate compensation. Those who fall in […]
ACTO meeting focuses on Indigenous issues at the start of Amerindian Heritage MonthPosted: 05 Sep 2013 06:07 PM PDT

Indigenous issues were the focus of a recent meeting of representatives of the Amazon Cooperation Treaty Organization (ACTO). They met at the International Conference Centre and deliberated on issues affecting members of the Grouping. One of the observations made by director of the ACTO is that the rich biodiversity of the Amazon region is an […]
Caribbean Airlines wants to operate in a sustainable mannerPosted: 05 Sep 2013 06:03 PM PDT

Caribbean Airlines is agreeing that it has fares that appear to be high, but its head of Corporate Communications, Clint Williams thinks that fares have to do with the sustainability and viability of the operation than anything else. Williams told Capitol News that Caribbean Airlines has been in the Guyana Market for a long time […]
Giftland Office Max continues to give backPosted: 05 Sep 2013 06:01 PM PDT

In keeping with its corporate responsibility, Giftland Office Max was in the giving mood and the beneficiaries were children of the Tiger Bay community. They were given school supplies and other accessories. The company over the years has invested millions into the education of the children in that community as they try to remove the […]
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