Canadian oil explorer CGX Energy Inc yesterday announced that the Government of Guyana has granted it a deferral for drilling of the Eagle-1 well offshore Guyana on the Company’s Corentyne Petroleum Prospecting Licence (the “Corentyne PPL”).
Indigent and convalescing elders, often the recipients of holiday giving at this time of the year, spread cheer in their own way with their joyful gratitude and contentment with whatever little they receive.
The two long-awaited Chinese-built roll-on/roll-off ferries arrived at Port Georgetown yesterday and will remain at the city harbour until the first week in February, when they are to begin operating along the Parika/Good Hope route in the Essequibo River.
Government spokesman Dr Roger Luncheon yesterday said that government would throw its support behind sports promotion organisation Kashif and Shanghai, while saying calls for a boycott of its annual football tournament amounted to discrimination.
At the No 51 Magistrate’s Court yesterday, cocaine accused, Salim Bacchus, one of four persons arrested in a major cocaine bust was further remanded to prison despite strenuous submissions from his lawyer.
The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) yesterday said it has filed a petition in the High Court to institute winding-up proceedings against DIDCO Trading Company Limited which it says has failed to honour its financial obligations.
City Hall yesterday presented a proposed $2.3B budget for 2012.
In making the presentation at a press briefing at City Hall, City Treasurer Andrew Meredith said that revenue collection is expected to be to the tune of $1,993,363,000.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Dr Frank Anthony urged students at the Kuru Kuru Training Centre (KKTC) to demonstrate the spirit of generosity they feel at Christmas all through the year, when he attended the institution’s annual Christmas lunch.
An electoral court in Brazil has ordered the ouster of the Governor of the Brazilian state of Roraima for a 2010 offence, the same man who created a furore here by appearing on a PPP/C campaign platform in Lethem on November 6, 2011.
The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) today said it has filed a petition in the High Court to institute winding-up proceedings against
DIDCO Trading Company Limited which it says has failed to honour its financial obligations to the Revenue Authority.