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Mayor Patricia Chase-Green

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Mayor Patricia Chase-Green (at centre) and councillors taking a stroll through Constituency 10 (Albouystown/ Charlestown) with several residents, including Constituency 10 representative Malcolm Ferreira, during a tour of ongoing city works yesterday.

Guyana Police Force leadership meets with Surinamese counterpart

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Guyana Police Force leadership meets with Surinamese counterpart: On Thursday, a Guyana Police Force delegation comprising Commissioner of Police Seelall Persaud, DSM, Assistant Commissioner ‘Operations’ Christopher Griffith, Head of the Criminal Investigations Department Senior Superintendent Wendell Blannum, Deputy Chief Immigration Officer Assistant Commissioner Dale Alves, Head of the Special Branch Senior Superintendent Lindon Denny and ‘B’ Division Commander Assistant Commissioner Ian Amsterdam met with their counterparts in Nickerie, Suriname.

Female entrepreneurs programme

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Ambassador Perry Holloway met with Christine Gooding upon her  return from the United States after participating in the Embassy-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) exchange, a release from the US Embassy said today.  

Gov’t meets UK MPs

Baroness Dawn Primarolo receives a token of appreciation from Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine at the end of the session today at the Ministry of the Presidency. Nigel Evans, another member of the delegation is at the centre. (Ministry of the Presidency photo)

President David Granger, Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and Ministers of the Government, today, met with the United Kingdom/Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (UK/CPA) at the Ministry of the Presidency, where a number of issues including the bolstering of coalition forms of governments and the implementation of inclusive democracy were on the front burner.

Demerara Criminal Assizes open

Justice Jo-Ann Barlow inspecting the guard of honour during yesterday’s opening ceremony of the new Demerara Criminal Assizes at the High Court.

162 cases are expected to be heard at the High Court as the second Demerara Criminal Assizes opened yesterday. Among  the cases listed to be heard during the assizes are that of former Guyana Teachers’ Union President Colwyn King who is charged with carnally knowing a girl between 15 and 16.