Capitol News – TV News Videos – 09 Sep 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 09 Sep 2013

  • Police names city businessman as the main suspect in biker’s murder.
  • Caribbean Airlines to lose its fuel subsidy from the Government of Trinidad and Tobago
  • Attorney Nigel Hughes’ involvement with the Amaila Hydro project a conflict of interest – PPP
  • Guyana’s Chief Justice rules cross-dressing not a crime unless
  • Minister of Commerce and Industry promises current chicken shortage will be over
  • BK International says there is no shortage of stone in Guyana
  • St. Vincent’s Prime Minister visits Guyana as he prepares to take up CARICOM Chairmanship
  • Football: Kashif and Shanghai complains to CONCACAF over unfair treatment by GFF/GFA

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Police names city businessman as the main suspect in biker’s deathPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:25 PM PDT

The Police have now issued a wanted bulletin for Water Street Businessman Rondy Jagdeo, who the Police say is wanted for questioning in relation to the murder of biker, Kurt Davis. The Police say the man was born on: August 19, 1985, he is of East Indian decent, stoutly built and fair in complexion. His Last […]
Caribbean Airlines to lose its fuel subsidy from the Government of Trinidad and TobagoPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:23 PM PDT   

Caribbean Airlines knew it was coming down, the removal of the fuel subsidy that allowed the regional airline to compete unfairly according to its competitors. The Trinidad and Tobago Government in its Budget Presentation today announced that the Airline will no longer receive the subsidy after October this year. Caribbean Airlines had begun, according to […]
Attorney Nigel Hughes’ involvement with the Amaila Hydro project a conflict of interest – PPPPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:22 PM PDT

The PPP today came out swinging at AFC Chairman Nigel Hughes saying that his involvement with the Amaila Falls Hydro project was a conflict of interest. When the revelation was made that Hughes was the company secretary of Amaila Hydropower Inc he immediately tendered his resignation, which was rejected by the party. He later rescinded […]
Guyana’s Chief Justice rules cross-dressing not a crime unlessPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:19 PM PDT

Cross dressers in Guyana wanted the High Court to strike down laws that leave them open to arrest following a Police crackdown on male cross-dressers. What they received from Chief Justice Ian Chang on Friday was a taste of victory, but also defeat. Chief Justice Ian Chang ruled that while cross-dressing is not a criminal […]
Minister of Commerce and Industry promises current chicken shortage will be overPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:17 PM PDT

Minister of Commerce and industry Irfan Ali is promising that the current chicken shortage being experienced locally will be over in about two weeks. He said his Ministry has granted some 18 importers license to import the commodity. Some potential importers were willing to cushion the shortage but prior to this latest move by the […]
BK International says there is no shortage of stone in GuyanaPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:15 PM PDT

Bk International on Monday morning, went on the offensive, saying it is quite capable of meeting the stone requirements for the construction Sector in Guyana. The company said it felt compelled to respond to various claims made in the press to the effect that there is a shortage of stone in Guyana. The problem, according […]
St. Vincent’s Prime Minister visits Guyana as he prepares to take up CARICOM ChairmanshipPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:13 PM PDT

Prime Minister of St. Vincent and The Grenadines Ralph Gonsalves visited Guyana today as he prepares to take up the Chairmanship of CARICOM. Prime Minister Gonsalves this afternoon called on President Donald Ramotar at the Office of the President. While here, he identified the main issues he would tackle as Chairman of CARICOM, a position […]
Kashif and Shanghai complains to CONCACAF over unfair treatment by GFF/GFAPosted: 09 Sep 2013 04:11 PM PDT

Football: After last year’s confusion with the staging of 2 Major football tournaments at the same time, the organisers of the Kashif and Shanghai football organization is not taking any chances and are going all out to protect the tournament they have nurtured for over 23 years. Co-founder of the Kashif and Shanghai organization, Aubrey Major […]
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