PM set to travel again soon, says all his travels are necessary

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Shares 159 Prime Minster Allen Chastanet With critics summoning for a cut back on his travels, Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has again come out in defense of his frequent trips out of the island. Chastanet has for the past few weeks attended various overseas events including conferences, meetings, summits, bi-lateral talks and other state visits. Read More

Medical Development construction ongoing in Warrick Co.

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(WFIE) WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) – Take a drive down Epworth Road in Warrick County, and on both sides of the street, you’ll see some sort of medical development.  As work continues on two new medical buildings on Venetian Way, so does construction on the new St. Vincent and Tri-State Orthopaedics Hospital. Steel beams are being Read More

Medical Development construction ongoing in Warrick Co.

2 months ago Editor Comments Off on Medical Development construction ongoing in Warrick Co.
(WFIE) WARRICK CO., IN (WFIE) – Take a drive down Epworth Road in Warrick County, and on both sides of the street, you’ll see some sort of medical development.  As work continues on two new medical buildings on Venetian Way, so does construction on the new St. Vincent and Tri-State Orthopaedics Hospital. Steel beams are being Read More

2018 Top Sustainable Travel Destinations Revealed

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Whether travelers seek extreme sports, hiking, unique experiences or just sublime views, 2018 is the year for a green vacation. Ecophiles.com reveals the best sustainable travel destinations to clock those ecomiles in 2018. (PRWEB) November 30, 2017 From Africa’s sun-soaked prairies to Japan’s magical Alpine vistas, here are 2018’s top destinations for sustainable travel, as Read More

Strike at RUSAL’s Guyana operations averted after company agrees to pay back income tax

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FLASH BACK: Delegations of Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc/ Russian Aluminium and the Guyana government locked in talks on worker’ grievances. A strike by workers at the majority Russia-owned Russian Aluminium (RUSAL) has been averted after the company signed an agreement to pay back more than GY$173 million in income taxes that had been deducted Read More

ExxonMobil helping Guyana pay legal fees in World Court Guyana-Venezuela border case- sources, but Harmon says ‘no’

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FLASH BACK: President David Granger (right in background) meets with United Nations (UN) Secretary General’s Personal Representative in the Good Offices Process on the border controversy between Guyana and Venezuela, Ambassador Dag Havland Nylander The United States (US) oil giant has agreed to help pay Guyana’s legal fees, amounting to just over US$15 million, for Read More