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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 […

Most Popular Entries – October 2013 – full list 499 entries

Guyanese Online Blog – Top30  Entries – October 2013 < download

Full list of 499 entries - MOST POPULAR ENTRIES- OCTOBER 2013 < download

  1. GUYANA and CARIBBEAN RECIPES
  2. Botlahle: Age 11 – Winner Of South Africa’s Talent 2012 – 3 videos
  3. Top 10 X Factor Auditions all time – based on YouTube views on 13-2-2013
  4. Tremor rattles Guyana – Earthquake off Venezuela – updates
  5. Fruits of Trinidad and Tobago – and Guyana
  6. Old Jet Magazines – from 1950 onwards
  7. R. Kelly : an electrifying performance in Guyana – updated
  8. Guyana , Land Of Many Waters – folk songs and pictures – video
  9. Katherina Roshana the new Miss Guyana Universe – updated
  10. India confronts its white-skin obsession – Freddie Kissoon
  11. Guyanese prepared foods and fruits in pictures + video
  12. The Mighty Sparrow – 100 songs and videos – continuous play
  13. Money Laundering: US Banks start severing ties with Guyana
  14. Amaila Falls: A picture is worth a thousand words – Ralph Seeram
  15. Sparrow released from hospital on October 22, 2013    Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 28 October 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 28 October 2013

  • Guyana’s first drive through car wash set for opening soon.
  •  Parliament says that the issue of glass buildings has to be more than aesthetics.
  • The People’s National Congress Reform is gearing up its supporters for Local Gov’t Elections.
  • Sports.
  • PPP firing back at the APA  protest.
  • Sports.- Cricket
  • Guyana has until November to come up with the amendments to the anti-money laundering.
  • Later yesterday afternoon the 13 year old was struck down by a truck.
  • Cocaine in Girdle worn by a Man who travelled from Guyana to NY.
  • Suicide: A licensed firearm holder ended his life at the Kitty Seawall.

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Capitol News – TV News Videos – 22 Oct 2013

Capitol News - TV News Videos – 22 Oct 2013

  • Police will not let up to bring businessman to justice in the biker shooting.
  • Sports.
  • Annual National Toshaos Council meeting that is underway.
  • The PNC/R is leaving no stone unturned as they prepare supporters for local Gov’t elections.
  • Hydro project still on the plate of government.
  • The ruling party the PPP is not about to accept the blame for the growing crime situation.

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Police will not let up to bring businessman to justice in the biker shooting.Posted: 22 Oct 2013 04:24 PM PDT

Weeks after the murder of biker Kurt Davis the businessman Rondy Jadgeo who is the prime suspect is still eluding capture, but crime chief Seelall Persaud said that international help is being sought to bring the businessman to justice. Persaud was speaking recently to members of the media. The businessman was last seen in neighbouring […]   Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 10 October, 2013

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 10 October, 2013

  • Sport Cricket – Bangladesh vs West Indies – U19
  • Junior Finance Minister   Bishop Juan Edghill escapes an accident.
  • President of the Guyana teachers union Colin Bynoe calls on Teachers to upgrade
  • Universities study reveals true picture of obesity in the Caribbean.
  • (CARICOM) Meeting relating to the sector opens on Friday.
  • Guyana and Barbados continue to work together on several areas of interest to both Countries.
  • Jagan dental Centre opens.
  • Police continues to neglect their duties.
  • Sports.

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Capitol News – TV News Reports – 07 Oct 2013

Capitol News - TV News Reports – 07 Oct 2013

  • The process has started to get the SWAT TEAM in place.
  • Brumell confirmed as Police Commissioner.
  • Swat team will not influence the Crime situation.
  • The PPP looks to regain support in the National Assembly.
  • Sports.
  • Gov’t pushing Anti-Money Laundering Bills.
  • Opposition Leader says the PPP has not accepted responsibility for the high crime rate.
  • After two years Jamaican national Shanique Myrie wins her case.

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The process has started to get the SWAT TEAM in place.Posted: 07 Oct 2013 05:08 PM PDT

The top cop is assuring citizens that the coming into being of the government announced Swat team would not be another black clothes unit.  You would recall that a special squad set up by the Government to deal with serious crime many years ago was fingered in a number of extra judicial killings. Only recently […]    Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 26 Sep 2013

Capitol News - TV News Videos – 26 Sep 2013

  • Credit Bureau soon to open.
  • St Roses Toronto Alumni refurbish court.
  • Equip The Police Force better -Opposition Leader Granger.
  • Set up proper Road-blocks: Police Commissioner.
  • AFC on Budget 2014 talks
  • Luncheon gives assurance that the employees of (GINA) would be paid.
  • OAS coming to check Corruption.
  • Furniture store Courts is on an expansion drive.
  • The Guyana Public Service Union wants to see rights respected by Gov’t.
  • The Office of Professional Responsibility has cleared police ranks of torture allegations.

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Capitol News TV News videos – 23 Sep 2013

Capitol News TV News videos – 23 Sep 2013


  • City Hall says it still has a program to pull down unsafe Buildings.
  • Forde breaks his record by 14 seconds in the Courts Race.
  • Fly Jamaica awaits approval from US Authorities for direct flights between Guyana and NY.
  • A Man was held at the JFK Airport as Drugs continue to pass through CJIA.
  • Top Cop encourages residents to fight back Crime in their community.
  • The PPP General Secretary holds out that his party was never involved in the criminal enterprise.
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City Hall says it still has a program to pull down unsafe Buildings.

Posted: 23 Sep 2013 04:48 PM PDT

This building at the corners of Bourda and Robb Streets has been identified for removal by city authorities and is a major concern not only to nearby residents but stall holders as well, but according to Town clerk Carol Sooba the owners The Methodist Church of Guyana wanted to employ their own demolition crew to […]   Continue reading

Capitol News – TV News Videos – 20 Sep 2013

Capitol News - TV News Videos – 20 Sep 2013

  • APNU turns to civil Society to support its call for the removal of Clement Rohee.
  • Brassington believes Marriott project is sound
  • Several charged including a Woman in connection with murder of the West Coast businessman.
  • Guyana Women Miners Organisation rescued more Women today including a Trinidadian
  • Health Ministry finds another way to address issues of chronic non communicable diseases.
  • Kitty Market Stallholders are demanding that the Market be repaired.
  • In the aviation sector the upcoming fall and winter season North will see more flights in the air
  • Demerara Captain Chris Barnwell looking forward to lead the team against Essequibo on Saturday.
APNU turns to civil Society to support its call for the removal of Clement Rohee.Posted: 20 Sep 2013 06:47 PM PDT

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Leader, David Granger believes the administration should be held accountable for the present crime situation.  He says the PPP should be blamed for the mismanagement of Public Security and now wants to see public action.According to Granger after seven years under Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee the present security […]   Continue reading

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