Daily Archives: 10/12/2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 10 October, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 10 October, 2013

  • Sport Cricket – Bangladesh vs West Indies – U19
  • Junior Finance Minister   Bishop Juan Edghill escapes an accident.
  • President of the Guyana teachers union Colin Bynoe calls on Teachers to upgrade
  • Universities study reveals true picture of obesity in the Caribbean.
  • (CARICOM) Meeting relating to the sector opens on Friday.
  • Guyana and Barbados continue to work together on several areas of interest to both Countries.
  • Jagan dental Centre opens.
  • Police continues to neglect their duties.
  • Sports.

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Tremor rattles Guyana – Earthquake off Venezuela – updates

Tremor rattles Guyana

Quake location in Venezuela

Quake location in Venezuela

Friday, 11 October 2013 22:15

A tremor rattled Guyana at approximately 10:12 PM (local time) around the same time a quake measuring 6.0 on the Richter Scale shook north-eastern Venezuela.

There were no immediate reports of damage. Persons in Georgetown as well as far away as Corriverton, Berbice, Linden, Bartica, Mahdia and the North West District felt the earth shiver.   Continue reading

General Elections is only way to solve Parliamentary impasse – Luncheon

General Elections is only way to solve Parliamentary impasse

OCTOBER 11, 2013 | BY  |   says  Dr. Roger Luncheon  
Luncheon

Roger Luncheon

Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr Roger Luncheon, yesterday said that he believes that a return to General Elections is the only way to solve the impasse afflicting Guyana’s Parliament for the last two years.
Dr Luncheon was at the time asked to respond to queries as to whether the ruling party has kicked into elections mode. He was speaking to reporters following his weekly post-Cabinet Press briefing yesterday at Office of the President.

While not wanting to confirm a position, Dr Luncheon did assert that, “all parties reading the tea leaves properly would be responding appropriately.”   Continue reading