No decision on Linden – Mabura Road, Kingston – Ogle seawall projects next phase…

first_imgUnited Kingdom High Commissioner to Guyana, Greg Quinn, earlier today (Friday) said that no decisions have been taken on the next phases of the road between Linden and Mabura and the development of the Kingston-Ogle Seawall.High Commissioner Quinn said in a statement, ‘As part of the UK-Caribbean Infrastructure Fund (UKCIF), launched in 2016, over the last year the UK has supported initial design work for the construction of the road between Linden and Mabura and the bridge at Kurupukari which is being implemented by the Caribbean Development Bank. No decision has yet been made on the next, construction, phase of this project. Similarly whilst the UK funded the design phase of the Kingston-Ogle seawall project through UKCIF, no decision has been taken on the next phase of this project either.’Public Infrastructure Minister, David Patterson, recently said that the project is expected to kick off the ground by October 1.More details in the Saturday, September 28, 2019 edition of the Guyana Times.last_img read more

Exclusive – Play-off final hero Nathan Redmond on Norwich’s Premier League return

first_imgFresh from firing Norwich City to Championship play-off final victory over Middlesbrough at Wembley, Nathan Redmond joined Call Collymore to reflect on the Canaries’ dramatic promotion.Redmond and striker Cameron Jerome both netted within the opening 15 minutes at the Home of Football to seal Norwich’s immediate return to the Premier League.The 21-year-old was in fine form in front of 85,000 Canaries fans who made the short trip from East Anglia, and will follow up what has been an impressive season with the England Under-21s squad, as they travel to the Czech Republic for the European Under-21 Championship.And Redmond tells Stan that the Young Lions will go to Prague with one thing on their mind – victory!Listen to Call Collymore’s interview with Norwich star Nathan Redmond in full above!last_img read more