As of yesterday morning, fishermen were able to head out to the Corentyne River, after a section of the mud which was blocking the Number 43 Village channel was flushed out via the sluice in the village.
After the pump was unable to remove the blockage on Monday, Region Six Chairman David Armogan gave the go ahead to open the Number 43 sluice in order to clear at least part of the blockage so as to bring some relief to the Corentyne fishermen.
Stabroek News was told that yesterday morning three boats were able to cross, since part of the blockage had been removed…..
(Trinidad Guardian) “Dwight, I forgive you.” So stated reigning Chutney Soca Monarch Neval Chatelal in an open letter to former T&T and Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke yesterday, following the repayment of a $250,000 loan.
The controversial Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) signed between the government and ExxonMobil’s local subsidiary and partners is final and will not be subject to any changes, Minister of State Joseph Harmon said yesterday.
A gunman yesterday afternoon shot and robbed a senior CARICOM Secreta-riat employee after he left the Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited branch at Triumph, East Coast Demerara (ECD), in what is the most recent attack on the bank’s customers.
As Guyana celebrates 48 years as a Republic, President David Granger has reiterated his government’s intention to take the Venezuelan border controversy to the World Court and declared each citizen a protector of the nation’s sovereignty.
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