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Following weeks of intense high level negotiations the APNU and AFC have arrived at an Accord title the “Cummingsburg Accord” which has been signed by both parties February 14, 2015.
Guyana Airways Corporation’s inaugural international flight on the newly acquired Boeing 737 began on September 8, 1980. Flight number GY704 flew from Timehri International Airport, Guyana to Grantley Adams Airport, Barbados a distance of about 401 nautical miles (743 km, 462 statute miles) with a flying time of approximately 1 hr 10 mins.
On Thursday September 4, 1980 Guyanese welcomed the very first jet aircraft to fly for the national flag carrier Guyana Airways Corporation (GAC).
It was a historic period in the history of aviation in Guyana, a culmination of years of hard work by the pioneers of the aviation industry like Alex Phillips, Lanny Abrams, Robert Dornford, Roland Dasilva, George Loy, to name a few.
Leslie Melville departed this life on Monday 9th February 2015 at his residence in Maryland, USA.
Leslie Melville’s life was representative of a man of many roles, titles, and honor. A nurturing and hardworking stalwart of the working class of Guyana, a respected public servant, devoted and world renowned Trade Unionist, true son and Patriot of Guyana.
ORANJESTAD, Aruba—U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Oranjestad-Aruba Preclearance facility intercepted 11.46 pounds of liquid cocaine concealed inside a traveler’s luggage. The subject and narcotics were turned over to Aruba Customs for further processing.
Mr. Leslie Melville, Veteran trade unionist passed away in the USA two months short of his 90th birthday. He was surrounded by his wife and family.
Guyana Public Service Union Press Release.
GUYMETRO Inc. invites all to their "Mash Brunch 2015".
On hand will be a variety of Guyanese cuisine and cultural entertainment.
Proceeds from this activity will aid Davis Memorial Hospital in Guyana.
Sun, 02/22/2015 - 11:00 - 15:00
Metropolitan SDA Church Fellowship Hall
6307 Riggs Road Hyattsville, MD 20783
Terry J. Logan was born in 1943 in Georgetown, British Guiana (now Guyana). He spent his first seven years in Kwakwani, an American owned bauxite mine. He moved to Georgetown to live with his mother and grandmother in his grandmother's hotel, the Park.
Leader of the Opposition Brig. David Granger was the guest speaker at Blue CAPS’ Let’s Talk on 27 January 2015. Brig. Granger presentation was centered on youth and APNU's plan for youth development. The plan includes investing heavily in education; job creation; micro finance for cottage industries, and start-ups and entrepreneurship.
BlueCAPS welcomes the announcement of a date for General and Regional Elections by His Excellency President Donald Ramotar.
We are eager to have our elected representatives back in Parliament attending to the business of the people.