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Date: 12 Aug 17 11:10pm
– following meeting with Gov’t, Private Sector  Government officials recently met with executives from Caribbean Airlines Ltd. to address key issues such as customer service, security checks of Guyanese passengers at Piarco International Airport and the airline’s fare structure flag carrier status.Attending the meeting were:  Mohamed Irfaan Ali, Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce; Minister Robeson Benn, Minister of Public Works and Transport; private sector representatives, representatives from the THAG, GTA and CJIA CEO, Mr. Ramesh Ghir .The Caribbean Airlines team from Trinidad, accompanied by Mr. Carl Stuart, Airport Manager, included Mr. Philip Marshall, Brett Favre Falcons Jersey, Chairman of the Board, Mr. Jagmohan Singh, CEO (ag); and Ms Nalini Lalla, Corporate Secretary.According to Minister Ali, this engagement is critical to combating the negative perceptions perpetuated against Caribbean Airlines. Given this fact, Minister Ali assured that the Government, and by extension the people of Guyana, recognise the role that Caribbean Airlines has played in attempting to fill the gap in Guyana’s airlift capacity.Ali impressed upon the need for both Caribbean Airlines and Government of Guyana to improve the partnership and to formulate a strategy that would define the way forward in the best interest of all stakeholders involved.Mr. Marshall assured that “the people of Guyana are important to the heartbeat of Caribbean Airlines, ” and the fact that the delegation is meeting with the Government and private sector representatives points to its willingness to forge new partnerships.One of the critical means of accomplishing this, he added, was to establish a formal communication structure through which important concerns can be quickly directed to the senior management of Caribbean Airlines.The Caribbean Airlines Chairman said that despite constraints, CAL will continue to build improved partnerships with the Guyanese travellers.On the issue of pricing, the Chairman said that the next step is for Caribbean Airlines to review the current price structure so that all customers can benefit.
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Date: 12 Aug 17 11:09pm
A drunk driver was last evening spared the worst fate when he careened theThe drunk driver slumped in the vehicle.vehicle he was driving into the canal outside of the burnt out Ministry of Health compound on Brickdam.The drunken man lay slumped over the steering wheel of the vehicle for close to half hour unaware of what had transpired, JuJu Smith-Schuster Jersey, before being removed by his colleagues who turned up at the scene.He was subsequently removed from the vehicle which was later pulled out of the canal.The Land Rover vehicle PMM 9186 bore the emblem “CCB Eye Care Guyana” on its doors.
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Date: 12 Aug 17 11:09pm
According to the World Trade Organisation, “services are the largest and most dynamic component of the economies of both developed and developing countries.  Important in their own right, they also serve as crucial inputs into the production of most goods.”Not only do services represent the fastest growing sector of the global economy, they also account for more than half of global output, one third of global employment, and nearly 20% of global trade.In both our personal and professional lives, few could deny the vital importance of services. Whether they are targeted at individuals, like hairdressing or personal financial planning, at companies, such as IT services, or at entire communities, such as healthcare, services are found in all fields and can be provided in person or online, locally or globally, by large or small organisations. Sometimes they take the form of public services, business-to-business or business-to-consumer. The range of possibilities is extremely diverse.With the increasing development of the service sector, there is a growing demand for standards to support quality, communication and good practices.  These are particularly important, Timothy Fosu-Mensah Jersey UK, as in the service industry “goods” are intangible and performance heavily reliant on human factors.  More often than not, customers do not know exactly what to expect until the service is delivered.Two of the key issues regarding services are often the challenge of clearly identifying customer expectations and being able to measure their satisfaction.  Do service providers deliver on their promises? Can customers understand what is being offered, and what can be done when a service does not meet expectations?Against this background, the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) platform has developed the ISO Guide 76 for services directed at consumers. This was done by identifying a series of questions to be asked about all aspects of services including service engagement, service delivery and service elements, such as communication, personnel and billing.The service industry may greatly benefit from standards such as the ISO Guide 76.  Not only can such standards open broader markets, but also service companies applying them can enjoy increased customer confidence and satisfaction.  Public authorities, too, will profit from globally consistent performance indicators and terminology when they provide, delegate or regulate services.But the ones who will derive the greatest reward are the customers, who will no longer venture into service proposals the way we draw lottery tickets and will be in a better position to compare offers and assess performances.The Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) is equipped to offer the necessary technical assistance to companies desirous of implementing the ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems Standard in their operations. This standard can greatly enhance the quality of goods and services offered by our local companies to consumers.For further information on this subject, contact the GNBS on telephone numbers: 219-0065 or 219-0064.
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Date: 12 Aug 17 11:09pm
Thirty-one-year-old Judy- Ann Stuart of Bel Air Park, Georgetown, Christian Vazquez Red Sox Jersey, was on Thursday last admitted to the Guyana Bar after her petition was accepted by Justice Roxanne George-Wiltshire. Stuart’s petition was presented by Attorney-at-Law Kim Kyte-John who had been her mentor and tutor.Before Justice George-Wiltshire, Kyte-John said that she was pleased to present Stuart who had worked endlessly to achieve the dream.Kyte-John said that Stuart first attended the Stella Maris Nursery School and then Stella Maris Primary School where she wrote the Secondary Schools Entrance Examination (SSEE) in 1992. She secured a place at St. Joseph High School and attended from 1992-1997.She excelled both in academic and extra-curricular activities such as impromptu speaking competitions, elocution and public speaking competitions.Stuart then attended the University of Guyana and pursued studies in Public Management before being admitted to the Law Programme. She was awarded a Bachelors of Law Degree in 2006. As a result of her studies and performance at the University, Stuart was elected Head of Advertising and Sponsorship of the University’s Law Society.With experience both locally and abroad, Stuart worked as a paralegal following Guyana University education and later proceeded to Trinidad and Tobago to commence reading for her Legal Education Certificate at the Hugh Wooding Law School.On October 2 last, the new lawyer graduated with the Legal Education Certificate by the Council of Legal Education. Stuart is also actively involved in non-governmental organizations and is a certified Health Educator at the Guyana Red Cross.Stuart thanked her family and friends for their patience, prayers and comforting words. Stuart also extended gratitude to Justice Cummings and Mrs. Kyte-John for their support and mentorship.
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Date: 12 Aug 17 11:08pm
After more than a decade of being sidelined, residents of a Nandy Park street, East Bank Demerara, have some newly paved streets, thanks to some recent works done in the area.Before and after the rehabilitation.Lindley Avenue was one of streets to be rehabilitated. It is home to a number of business persons, ex-judges and even former Chief Justice Ian Chang.It is also home to Publisher of Kaieteur News, Glenn Lall.Lall said that he was mystified when about a decade ago several streets were fixed in Nandy Park. However, Lindley Avenue and a side street next to Lall were left out.“I had sought to raise the matter with the NDC (Neighbourhood Democratic Council) and others.”Lall found out from the late Public Works engineer, Walter Willis, that he had received instructions to leave Lindley Avenue out from the works.According to the Publisher, the instructions, Custom Liverpool Jersey UK, Willis had said, had come directly from former President Bharrat Jagdeo.“One of my neighbours stopped talking to me because of the roads. My neighbours even asked me to move out from Nandy Park because of the state of the road, ” Lall explained yesterday. “It is but evidence of how Jagdeo ran this country, targeting citizens using his high office.”Lall said that last year, when the Coalition Government took office, he appealed for Lindley Avenue to be fixed.“I even spoke with Minister David Patterson (of Public Infrastructure) on the state of roads near me.”The Publisher said that he was promised that the matter would be addressed.A few weeks ago, a contractor, R and B Investments, started works in the area. The street is now fully paved with works done on the shoulders and drains. The roads have been marked and barriers erected to prevent heavy trucks from driving through.
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