We’re Releasing a Record on Vinyl with 12 Colorado Musicians

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We love local artists. And for the first time, we’re releasing a compilation record that is purely Colorado. Teaming up with “the best damn record club out there,” Vinyl Me, Please, we’re putting together a 12-track album featuring strictly Colorado musicians. The album will feature beloved Colorado artists like GRiZ, Trev Rich, Wildermiss, an exclusive track by Read More

SVG COMMUNITY COLLEGE BASKETBALL RESULTS

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Year Two Division of Arts Sciences and General Studies Pacers, Year One Division Technical Vocational Education Hornets and Defending champions, Year One Division of Arts Sciences and General Studies Shooters took the honours yesterday afternoon in the second round of the QUICKCASH St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College Basketball Championship at the Hard Court Read More

Mexican Ambassador visits Grenada for Independence celebrations

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Mexico congratulates Grenada and its people on the 44th anniversary of its independence. President Peña Nieto of Mexico sent a letter to Her Excellency Cécile La Grenade, Governor General of Grenada, and to the Hon. Keith Mitchell, the Prime Minister, in which he expressed his intention of consolidating the relations between the two nations based Read More

Guyana Private Sector not sleeping on Oil and Gas opportunities -PSC Head

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The first Guyana International Petroleum Summit opened this morning at the Marriott Hotel with the Head of the Private Sector Commission, Eddie Boyer, offering the support of the private sector to the development of the sector. In a speech at the opening of the oil and gas summit, Mr. Boyer said businesses in Guyana welcome Read More

Guyanese businesses challenged to step up and take advantage of oil sector

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The inaugural Guyana International Petroleum Business Summit opened this morning at the Georgetown Marriott, with a call for more Guyanese businesses to prepare themselves for the benefits that the oil sector will offer. Delivering the feature address, Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman, told the more than 700 delegates gathered that the time is now Read More

Everything is at stake for Guyana in move to the International Court in territorial row with Venezuela -Sir Shridath

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Internationally recognised Diplomat and Guyana’s main legal advisor on the Guyana/Venezuela territorial controversy, Sir Shridath Ramphal, has indicated that whatever decision is handed down by the International Court of Justice on the Guyana/Venezuela controversy will be legally binding. Speaking to journalists during a break at the Oil and Gas Summit in Georgetown on Wednesday, Sir Read More

Venezuelan “sex workers” fined for illegal entry

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Four Venezuelan nationals who admitted in Court today that they are sex workers, were fined $30,000 and ordered deported after admitting to illegally entering Guyana. The four Venezuelan nationals were identified today in Court as Mario Brito, Edis Herera, Yisneidi Sidian and Sindian Herera. They told the Court that they are all in their 20’s.  Read More

ICJ’s decision on Guyana-Venezuela border controversy will be “binding”- Sir Shridath Ramphal

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ExxonMobil’s Senior Director for the Americas, International Government Relations and Guyana’s top legal adviser in the border controversy with Venezuela, Sir Shridath Ramphal (right) speaking at the Marriott Hotel in Georgetown, Guyana, Guyana’s top legal adviser in the Guyana-Venezuela border controversy, Sir Shridath Ramphal, on Wednesday said  when a decision is taken by the International Read More

Well-known New Amsterdam grocer robbed a sixth time; suspect caught

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Kalamodeen “Tarzan” Mohabir’s injured leg Police have taken into custody a man who was allegedly involved in an early Wednesday morning robbery at Angoy’s Avenue, New Amsterdam, Berbice. Grocer, Kamalodeen “Tarzan” Mohabir of Angoy’s Avenue said he was at home with his: wife, son and two grandchildren ages 6 and 14,  when they were attacked Read More

President Granger’s Petroleum Advisor criticizes ExxonMobil’s low royalty payment, control of large concession

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Petroleum Advisor to President, Dr. Jan Mangal criticises ExxonMobil-Guyana oil contract. Guyana’s two percent royalty on earnings from ExxonMobil’s oil sales is low compared to global standards, raising concerns about whether there was transparency about the negotiating system,  Dr. Jan Mangal, Petroleum Advisor to President David Granger said Wednesday. “What we can do is look Read More