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Berbicians cash in on $10,000 “Because We Care” Gov’t grant

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 17:43 administrator
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Parents of students of Berbice High, Vryman Erven Secondary, All Saints Primary, St Aloysius Primary and Smythfield Nursery at the distribution exercise at the Berbice High School

The Government of Guyana’s, “Because We Care,” $10,000 education grant continues to be rolled out at schools across the country. Disbursement of the grant continued in Berbice on Sunday with parents from 20 schools benefitting with Berbice High School, Berbice Educational Institute, New Amsterdam Secondary and St Therese Primary School serving as the distribution centres. The education grant is the latest in a series of initiatives extended by Government to parents to ensure that students get the best education.


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Political Scope: 22 years of the PPP in Government

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Rodney’s wife emotional as she details surveillance, harassment by PNC Gov’t’ – Walter Rodney COI

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 17:09 administrator
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Dr. Patricia Rodney, wife of the late Dr. Walter Rodney

(Guyana Chronicle)THE first day of session six of the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry (COI) saw the wife of the late Dr. Walter Rodney take the stand. Patricia Rodney’s testimony ended on an emotional note during her response to questions on how she personally dealt with the death of her husband.


Political Scope: 22 years in Government - From poverty to prosperity

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Will AFC members show the courage of Hong Kong students by protesting Ramjattan’s imposition?

Tuesday, 21 October 2014 16:39 administrator
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(Eyewitness)In a move that surprised most observers of the Hong Kong scene, there have been sustained demonstrations since September 28 against authorities in a city that is frequently cited as a “poster child” of stability and prosperity. The demonstrators are all young people – mostly university students – who are using the tactics of the “Occupy Movement”. This was launched in the US when students protested the growing inequalities in their country precipitated by the top one per cent of the populace owning most of the wealth.


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