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GUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos – 23 July 2015

Capitol TV logoGUYANA – Capitol TV News Videos –  23 July 2015

  • Nandlall washes his hands of his former bodyguard
  • More troubles ahead for arrested cash jet pilot
  • City Hall in bind
  • Audit of schools almost finished
  • Guyana to pay judgement to Surinamese company
  • Low carbon research for UG soon
  • Sports
  • Cash Pilot may land a long jail term for Drug trafficking now

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Capitol News – TV News Videos – August 19, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – August 19, 2013

  • African Coalition determined to construct their own monument at Parade ground
  • Caribbean Airlines to review current fare structure following a meeting with Guyana Government
  • Guyana Amazon Warriors to clash with Trinidad Red Steel in first CPL semifinal
  • APNU calls for the establishment of an Interpersonal Violence Unit to deal with domestic violence
  • Commissioner of Police appeals for help to confront the problem of domestic violence
  • Parliamentarian calls on Education Ministry to address high failure rates in CXC Math and English
  • Drug trafficking through air/sea ports makes it harder for legitimate companies

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African Coalition determined to construct their own monument at Parade groundPosted: 19 Aug 2013 04:31 PM PDT –  Despite the Government’s moving apace with the construction of the 1823 monument at the Kitty seawall road, a coalition group is determined to construct their own monument at Parade ground where the African Slaves were beheaded. On Sunday the coalition held a sensitization, Remembrance and Freedom walk as the group continues to muster support and highlight […]     Continue reading

Tourism and Hospitality Association worried about advisories by Foreign Missions – video

Tourism and Hospitality Association worried about advisories put out by Foreign Missions – video

The Tourism and Hospitality Association is expressing worry about advisories put out by foreign missions warning their citizens in wake of the protests at Linden. They are worried about the longterm impact advisories like that could have although the protests have been limited to one small part of the country.

Though Linden is not known to be any tourism hot spot, some tour companies that operate in the interior use the town to get their supplies in to their locations and that’s where the heart of the issue is for some tour companies as the roads at Linden have been blocked for over 3 weeks.

Outside of the Linden situation, there is also concern about the state of the roads leading into the Rupununi from Linden.  Continue reading

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