Capitol News – TV News Reports – to 28 Nov 2013

Capitol News – TV News Reports – to 28 Nov 2013

  • Morning fire leaves several homeless and millions in damages
  • Opposition blames govt. for inadequate preparation and slow response to flooding
  • Sports
  • Record Rainfall claimed is questionable for November
  • Transparency International to release its Corruption Perception Index next week
  • Sports
  • Several schools affected by flooding
  • More rainfall predicted
  • New deadline to implement Anti Money Laundering AML legislation

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Morning fire leaves several homeless and millions in damagesPosted: 28 Nov 2013 05:39 AM PSTSome members of the Guyana Fire Service came in for a tongue lashing from a Liliendall fire victim who felt that even their best efforts to save his burning building were not enough. Clarence Scott the owner of the property said he was happy with the response of the Guyana Fire service to the fire […]
Opposition blames govt. for inadequate preparation and slow response to floodingPosted: 28 Nov 2013 05:27 AM PSTThe mopping up exercise is continuing in flood-affected areas but the blame game continues between the government and the opposition. Today APNU called for a ministerial task force to combine the efforts of the various ministries to better coordinate a national response and avert a humanitarian catastrophe during the impending rainy season. The apnu is […]
Sports  Posted: 28 Nov 2013 05:08 AM PST
Record Rainfall claimed is questionable for NovemberPosted: 28 Nov 2013 05:00 AM PSTThe Hydro-meteorological office through the Ministry of Agriculture made a claim yesterday that the Rainfall which caused flash flooding in Georgetown and outlying areas was the highest recorded data since 1892. But the claim of a record has been brought into question both by a publication by Professor Robert Ramraj and the supporting documentation by […]

Transparency International to release its Corruption Perception Index next weekPosted: 27 Nov 2013 05:15 AM PSTThe Berlin based NGO Transparency International (TI) will release its findings on Corruption worldwide next week. Recently in Guyana at a Fundraising Dinner for the local affiliate Transparency Institute of Guyana, Director of the Americas for TI Max Heywood declared that corruption is a concern worldwide, Guyanese Constitutional law lecturer at the UWI St Augustine,
Sports Posted: 27 No v 2013 05:15 AM PST
Several schools affected by floodingPosted: 27 Nov 2013 05:10 AM PST
More rainfall predictedPosted: 27 Nov 2013 05:05 AM PST
New deadline to implement Anti-Money Laundering legislationPosted: 27 Nov 2013 05:01 AM PST
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