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Cubans starting families in Guyana

Staff Reporter – guyana chronicle September 16, 2018    A group of Cubans shopping in downtown Georgetown (Delano Williams photo) HE seemed uneasy, fiddling with his mobile phone as he tried his best to understand the Spanish text messages being sent from the other end. His friend sat nearby with a…

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OP-ED | A response to Kaieteur News

guyana chronicle August 19, 2018    Vice President and Minister of Foreign Affairs “China’s Belt & Road initiative is a yet another debt trap! Three years into the project, Pakistan finds self waist deep in debt” by Abena Rockcliffe-Campbell, August 5th, 2018 THE writer does not seem to be aware…

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Give teachers their due’– WPA urges gov’t

guyana chronicle August 21, 2018    THE Working People’s Alliance (WPA) party has come out in support of teachers in their demand for a 40 per cent wages increase or consequential industrial action, positioning that the government should “give the teachers their due”. In a press statement on Monday, the…

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Sound plan needed

By Lisa Hamilton – guyana chronicle August 8, 2018 Worker at Courts Guyana Saberina Hall (Samuel Maughn photos) – for cash transfer to work, say GT residents GUYANESE have begun to weigh in Professor Clive Thomas’ recommendation that the government, when it begins to receive net inflow of revenue from oil production,…

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US$5,000 per household proposed

By Ariana Gordon – guyana chronicle August 6, 2018    From left to right: Mariscia Charles, Project Officer Ministry of Natural Resources; Attorney Nigel Hughes; Economist, Professor Clive Thomas; and political commentator, Dr. David Hinds (Samuel Maughn photo) – as Guyana prepares to draw down oil money in 2020 A RECOMMENDATION has…

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WPA urges greater equality

By guyana chronicle August 1, 2018 – stresses equal opportunities for all in the run-up to first-oil AS Guyana celebrates Emancipation Day today, the Working People’s Alliance (WPA) is calling on citizens and leaders to do away with ethno-racial inequality once and for all. Challenging all ethnic groups in the country…

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Packed Emancipation programme for Buxton

guyana chronicle July 25, 2018    THE Buxton First of August Movement has organised its annual activities to observe the 180th anniversary of the end of plantation slavery in Guyana and the Anglophone Caribbean under the theme, ‘Emancipate Yourself from Mental and Economic Slavery.’ This year’s theme draws attention to…

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