Capitol News – TV News Videos – 19 Sep 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 19 Sep 2013

  • Clement Rohee stands by his vision for security sector despite the increase in crime
  • Private Sector wants support for local industry while Government believes there is a stone shortage.
  • Police hunts for man who murders businessman on the West Coast
  • Housing Minister says the sector is moving although National Assembly questions land distribution
  • The European Union will continue its commitment with the Caribbean region
  • Report blames Pilot error for Caribbean Airlines crash
Clement Rohee stands by his vision for security sector despite the increase in crime  Posted: 19 Sep 2013 06:35 PM PDT
Private Sector wants support for local industry while Government believes there is a stone shortage.   Posted: 19 Sep 2013 06:34 PM PDT    
Police hunts for man who murders businessman on the West Coast   Posted: 19 Sep 2013 06:33 PM PDT
Housing Minister says the sector is moving although National Assembly questions land distribution   Posted: 19 Sep 2013 06:31 PM PDT   Housing minister Irfan Ali said despite the difficult political environment his ministry and government stands committed to ensuring citizens have access to adequate housing.  The minister said  his ministry is hoping to distribute some 6000 house lots by the end of the year. He said the challenge is to get to the completion of the […]
The European Union will continue its commitment with the Caribbean region    Posted: 19 Sep 2013 06:30 PM PDTThe European Development Commissioner says the new approach by the EU for change calls for a concentration of resources in the Caribbean. According to the Commissioner, resources should be allocated to bridge the partnership gaps for those countries still struggling to achieve the United Nation Millennium Development Goals. The challenge was thrown out on Thursday […]
Report blames Pilot error for Caribbean Airlines crash   Posted: 19 Sep 2013 05:30 PM PDTThe long awaited crash report of BW 523 is out. Well at least the Cabinet of Government of Guyana has seen it. According to Cabinet Spokesperson Gail Texieira the report supports the Airport’s contention that it was pilot error that led to the crash. Texieira claims that the Civil Aviation Authority of Guyana found that […]
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