Guyana Inc. Magazine Diwali Publication 2019

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DPI, Guyana The Flying Doctors of America Medical Mission made its 2019 trip to Guyana and saw exactly 670 patients in several Region 9 villages. Team leader, Dr. John Arledge, noted that his 13-member ..

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DPI, Guyana The project development phase at First Bauxite’s Bonasika Mining Project, located in Sand Hills, Region 3, is approximately 50 per cent complete. However, the company is wasting little time ..

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DPI, Guyana The fifteen Rose Hall Estate sugar workers, who were slain 106 years ago, were this morning remembered for their boldness, during a small commemorative and wreath-laying ceremony, held at the Monument ..

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DPI, Guyana Residents of East Berbice-Corentyne, (Region 6) now have access to a new Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission (GL&SC) sub-office costing $30M. The opening comes at a time when the GL&SC ..

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DPI, Guyana The Ministry of Social Protection’s Sexual and Domestic Violence Unit today facilitated a sensitisation exercise on sexual and domestic violence in the Kuru Kururu, Soesdyke-Linden Highway ..

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