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Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos – 24 October 2014

Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos – 24 October 2014

  • Investigation: Pilots to blame in july, 2011 Caribbean Airlines crash
  • Indian Nurse stabbed to death on seawall
  • APNU to back Govt’s Ebola watch
  • Seafield farmers black land takeover by MMA/ADA
  • Reform of CANU underway
  • Diwali night fire destroys two houses
  • Sport

Investigation: Pilots to blame in july, 2011 Caribbean Airlines crash  Posted: 24 Oct 2014 03:09 PM PDT

 Indian Nurse stabbed to death on seawall    Posted: 24 Oct 2014 03:08 PM PDT   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol News Videos – 05 September 2014

Capitol News Videos -05 September 2014

  • PPP running scared – APNU
  • Suicide rate in Guyana alarming
  • Brazen Bandits
  • videos private – Police
  • Police Blotter
  • City Councillors want swift justice
  • Free Movement of people under challenge?
  • Sports

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PPP running scared – APNU    Posted: 05 Sep 2014   Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 07 August 2014

Guyana: Capitol TV News Videos – 07 August 2014

  • AFC tables No Confidence motion with National Assembly
  • Trainee nurses who failed exams told to pay back stipends
  • Police hunt Linden suspect in death of miner
  • Crime Chief speaks on various theories on Rodney’s death
  • Workers of debt-ridden Hotel Tower await benefits
  • PNC opens Burnham Research Institute
  • Sports

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AFC tables No Confidence motion with National Assembly- Posted: 07 Aug 2014 02:09 PM PDT    Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol News TV Videos – 05 August 2014

Capitol News TV Videos – 05 August 2014

  • Woman mauled to death by pitbulls
  • Police act on East Bank robberies by men in Police attire
  • Roofing contractor sues Princess Casino for $20 million jackpot
  • Police still unable to unearth files for Rodney Inquiry
  • UG foresees no hiccups in 2014/15 Registration
  • PCA Chairman backs restart of Police inquests
  • Rohee grudgingly admits pressure forced change in birth certificate requirement for passports
  • Sports
Woman mauled to death by pitbulls  – Posted: 05 Aug 2014 02:09 PM PDT

At the Lamaha Springs building Joan Carter lived, one of the two vicious pitbulls, still circled the bloodied area hours after they mauled the woman to death. The 51-year-old woman was in the care of one of her sisters and her husband at this house. Aback where they lived, they had put this building, located […] Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News videos – July 29, 2014

Guyana: Capitol TV News  Videos July 29, 2014

  • No file on Gregory Smith with GDF
  • Deputy Mayor suing Town Clerk
  • Concerns about increased cases of child sex abuse
  • LGBT community fears further persecution
  • Local Gov’t Elections
  • Sports
No file on Gregory Smith with GDFPosted: 29 Jul 2014 02:09 PM PDT

Lieutenant Colonel Patrick West today took the stand at the public hearings of the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry to say that his checks of personnel files dating back to 1965 did not come up with anyone soldier named Gregory Smith. Gregory Smith is accused of handing Walter Rodney a bomb which exploded, killing the […] Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol TV News videos – July 28, 2014

Capitol TV News Videos – July 28, 2014

  • GECOM gears to clean up voter’s list
  • Granger does damage control after congress brouhaha
  • Aubrey Norton contemplates political future
  • Commercial sex workers in stand-off with Police at wake
  • Bartica reeling from blackouts
  • Aviation Authority reminds small aircraft operators of guidelines
  • Sports
GECOM gears to clean up voter’s listPosted: 28 Jul 2014 01:09 PM PDT

General Secretary of the ruling PPP Clement Rohee said that party will be studying the constitutional ramifications of GECOM’s announcements of the start of the Claims and Objections period in absence of any official indication from the President for a national election or the Minister of Local government for Local Gov’t elections. Further, a week […] Continue reading

CAPITOL TV NEWS VIDEOS – July 24, 2014

CAPITOL TV NEWS VIDEOS – July 24, 2014

  • Finance Minister for Privileges Committee
  • Brooklyn landlady charged in murder of Guyanese woman
  • Norton shrugs off criticism in run to become PNCR Leader
  • Georgetown cleanup gets underway
  • Confusion over adjusted UG fees
  • Guyana drops on UN Human Development Index
  • Sports
Finance Minister for Privileges CommitteePosted: 24 Jul 2014 02:09 PM PDT
Brooklyn landlady charged in murder of Guyanese womanPosted: 24 Jul 2014 02:08 PM PDT  Continue reading

Guyana: Capitol News Videos – May 23, 2014

CAPITOL NEWS – VIDEOS

  • LIAT begins using larger aircraft
  • Colwyn Harding files lawsuit
  • Tower staff not paid and GPL disconnects power to hotel
  • New Tetra Pak recycling plant launched
  • Teen remanded on drug charges
  • GT&T & Ministry of Culture collaborate on Art Publication
  • Crisis looms at UG

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LIAT begins using larger aircraft

Posted: 23 May 2014 03:55 PM PDT

Caribbean carrier LIAT has upgraded its aircraft with the hope of offering better services to Guyanese market. The arrival of the first LIAT 68-seat ATR 72-600 aircraft at the Ogle International Airport is said to be part of the company’s move to upgrade its fleet of aircraft. Guyanese pilot Christopher Cameron was the man who […] Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News reports – 29 November 2013

Capitol News – TV News reports – 29 November 2013

  • Union continues to protest 5% salary increase imposition
  • Toddler among victims left homeless in East Coast fire
  • Mysterious fire guts Comfort Sleep property
  • Lotto Company Lights up GPHC Yard with Christmas tree
  • Sports
  • Bartica woman is Courts Latest Millionaire
  • Ramroop goes after Historic Bourda Cricket Ground

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Capitol News – TV NEWS Updates – 26 Nov 2013

Capitol News – TV NEWS Updates – 26 Nov 2013

  • APNU blames the gov’t for not supporting motions of the opposition.
  • Opposition parties tell gov’t to put country first
  • There are no fees to be paid to the Government for adoptions in Guyana
  • USAID project rejected
  • Minister Rohee to hold talks with President over gun crimes
  • Sports
  • Successful business ownership training for youths
  • Corruption also applies to private sector
  • Two died in upper Demerara boat accident
APNU blames the gov’t for not supporting motions of the opposition.Posted: 26 Nov 2013 05:35 AM PST

The PPP/C’s  voting record in the national assembly is clearly why the country is in the state its in over the past 20 months, that’s the view of opposition leader David Granger. Granger said that the government side of the house supports nothing the opposition brings to the national assembly. He spoke of the veterans […]
Opposition parties tell gov’t to put country firstPosted: 26 Nov 2013 05:25 AM PST

While public servants are protesting that imposed 5% salary increase the government is shifting the blame on the opposition for that position. But the union is saying that has been the position for over a decade before this new dispensation in parliament. Today executive member of the APNU Joseph Harmon said the APNU is taking […]
There are no fees to be paid to the Government for adoptions in GuyanaPosted: 26 Nov 2013 05:20 AM PST

The process for adoption in Guyana takes about three to six months and there are no fees to be paid to the Childcare and Protection agency for adoption by persons within Guyana or from outside of Guyana. According to an official from the Agency, some persons wishing to adopt infants from Guyana use attorneys who […]
USAID project rejectedPosted: 26 Nov 2013 05:15 AM PST

GUYANA has pulled out of a US$13.1M (Thirteen point one million US dollars) bilateral agreement meant to advance development in democracy and governance. It was funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon at his recent post-Cabinet media briefing said the project proposal presented to […]
Minister Rohee to hold talks with President over gun crimesPosted: 26 Nov 2013 05:09 AM PST

Just 2 days after  a man turned his gun on his wife and himself and exactly 2 weeks after another man killed 4 persons including 2 policemen, Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee who is the person responsible for issuing gun licences has said that he will be looking to review his own process. Rohee […]
SportsPosted: 26 Nov 2013 05:05 AM PST

The GDF set to host their first ever floodlights rugby tourney at the Camp Ayanganna Ground.  GDF are currently on fire having won the past 3 sevens championships for 2013 played to date, defeating UG Wolves and Hornets RFC with Caribs failing to make any of the finals. The first game starts at ten minutes to six […]
Successful business ownership training for youthsPosted: 25 Nov 2013 05:35 AM PST

Youths between the ages of 15-29 are being taught skills that will see them pursue their entrepreneurial dreams and. They will be engaged in a six day intense workshop dubbed Creativity for Employment and Business Opportunity (CEBO). That is put together by the UNDP Caricom and Guyana’s Ministry of Culture Youth and Sport. Dr Hilary […]
Corruption also applies to private sectorPosted: 25 Nov 2013 05:30 AM PST

Head of the National Integrity Action of Jamaica Professor Trevor Munroe wants to see the label of corruption extended to the Private Sector in the Caribbean, Delivering the keynote address at the fundraising dinner of the Transparency Institute of Guyana in Georgetown on Friday Munroe said, too often when we think of corrupt practices we […]
Two died in upper Demerara boat accidentPosted: 25 Nov 2013 05:29 AM PST

Two persons are dead after two boats collided in the Upper Demerara River last evening. Dale Duggin who was the captain of one of the boats, and his passenger Williamson Felix succumbed to their injuries. According to the police all the other passengers were rescued and the other Captain, Telford Lim is in police custody […
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