Tag Archives: Local Gov’t Bills

Capitol News -TV News Videos – 04 Sep 2013

Capitol News -TV News Videos – 04 Sep 2013


  • Fingers point to a City businessman in the brutal slaying of Biker
  • Fire at a West Demerara Secondary School displaces hundreds of students
  • Opposition Leader Granger responds to AG’s statements on Local Gov’t Bills
  • Police admits victim of alleged assault by TIP heroine had evaded Police since April
  • Qualfon expansion expected to provide six thousand new jobs within the next five years
  • Alpha United’s President calls on GFF to ensure local clubs get more international exposure
  • Police Blotter: 14 charged with willful obstruction of the public way at Ituni
Fingers point to a City businessman in the brutal slaying of BikerPosted: 04 Sep 2013 04:41 PM PDT

The latest execution-style killing of Eccles resident and Biker Kirk Davis is baffling to local law enforcement officers who are still trying to ascertain the motive. This newscast understands that the man was involved in a confrontation with a Water Street businessman who accused him of having a relationship with his wife. Reports reaching this […]
Fire at a West Demerara Secondary School displaces hundreds of studentsPosted: 04 Sep 2013 04:39 PM PDT         Continue reading

Capitol News TV News Videos – 03 September 2013

Capitol News TV News Videos – 03 September 2013

  • Ruling PPP maintains that the four local Gov’t Bills passed are unconstitutional
  • Family mourns the death of a 14-year-old boy killed by a stray Bullet
  • Social activist calls on AG to release the Local Government Bills
  • Former GT&T Employees express concern over outstanding pension gratuity and benefits.
  • Suriname Airways moves to accommodate more passengers.
  • Rugby players ramp up training for upcoming season.:

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Ruling PPP maintains that the four local Gov’t Bills passed are unconstitutionalPosted: 03 Sep 2013 03:47 PM PDT

Newly appointed General secretary of the Ruling PPP has made it clear that the man he took over from as General Secretary, that is President Donald Ramotar, will not be bullied into signing Bills passed by the Parliament and if that is not good enough for the opposition  then they can take it to the […]  Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Reports – 29 August 2013

Capitol News – TV News Reports – 29 August 2013

  • There are more critical issues affecting the mining sector other than Human Trafficking – Rohee
  • The National Frequency Management Unit responds to the Constitutional Matter on the issuance of Radio licences
  • Public Works Minister open to talks on relocation plan for North Timehri residents
  • AFC accuseas Gov’t of deliberately delaying the process of assenting to Local Gov’t Bills
  • Government will no longer seek any further engagement opposition on Amaila Hydro Project

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There are more critical issues affecting the mining sector other than Human Trafficking – RoheePosted: 29 Aug 2013 05:11 PM PDT

Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee speaking at a forum as part of Mining Week at the International Conference Center on Wednesday. The event was dealing with the social ills affecting the mining industry and Trafficking in Persons is no stranger to such activities in the remote communities where mining is done. Rohee did not spare […]  Continue reading