– fire official claims “bomb threat”Staff and other personnel attached to the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) Headquarters, Camp Street, Georgetown, on Tuesday were positively informed that they can resume work after an immediate evacuation exercise was carried out following the sight of smoke emitting from a department on the third floor.Initial reports stated that it might be a bomb since over the past weeks, several establishments had received bomb threats. However, an employee who asked not to be named, confirmed that it was not a bomb threat but rather smoke emanating from a wire which was suspected to have caught afire.Reports confirmed that no major damage occurred as the Guyana Fire Service arrived promptly at the scene and brought the situation under control.When Guyana Times arrived on the scene, frustrated staffers of the State-owned company were seen gathered in their numbers outside of the premises waiting on instruction on their next move.GRA employees waiting to re-enter the buildingRanks of both the Guyana Fire Service and Guyana Police Force who were present at the scene, were observed to be inspecting the compound after which employees were allowed to re-enter the building.A senior Police official at the scene told the media that he was unable to give a comment on the incident and as such, directed all questions to the Crime Chief.On the other hand, when contacted, Fire Prevention Officer Andrew Holder was unable to provide sufficient information on what had transpired at the establishment. “I was told that it was a bomb scare, I wasn’t fed with any other information which would suggest that it was a fire”.
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Disenchanted West Ham fans vented their anger towards owners David Sullivan and David Gold during Saturday’s defeat at Brighton.And with the team just three points above the relegation zone, a protest march from the site of their old Upton Park ground to the London Stadium is planned prior to their game against Burnley on March 10.But West Ham chiefs have reiterated their stance that discussions over the future of former Manchester United boss Moyes will take place once the season is over.A statement read: “As previously stated on a number of occasions, the club and David Moyes agreed a deal until the end of the 2017/18 season, at which point both parties will sit down and discuss the future.“Until then, the board and David Moyes will continue to work closely together, with the manager having full responsibility of footballing matters and the full support of the board.“Everyone’s sole focus is on trying to achieve results for West Ham United.”Hammers vice-chairman Karren Brady has leapt to the defence of the under-fire owners after being questioned about their perceived lack of spending on players.She wrote on Twitter: “Re spend on players – DS/DG have spent £264m since 2010 & that does not take into account the millions more spent on wages, agent fees etc.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000West Ham give no indication as to whether David Moyes will stay beyond the end of the season © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Feb 6 – West Ham say they won’t hold talks with under-fire manager David Moyes over his future with the Premier League strugglers until the end of the season.Moyes agreed a contract lasting until June when he replaced Slaven Bilic in November, but it has been reported he won’t stay with the east London club beyond this term regardless of whether they avoid relegation.
YOUR SAYIf you have a question for Adam drop us a line at email@example.com and we’ll try and include in the next blog… It was great to be back at Royal Ascot on Tuesday and although drawing a blank on the first day I got a real good spin from Autocratic who was staying on really well at the end of the closing Wolferton Stakes to take fourth and I think will do even better when stepped up again in trip.For me, the ground was riding on the quicker side of good and there’s plenty of sunshine still forecast this week and no rain on the horizon either.Again, I have four booked rides on the second day.WEDNESDAYROYAL ASCOTSHADES OF BLUE (2.30pm Queen Mary Stakes)I think the absolute world of her and was so thrilled with the manner of her debut win over course and distance last month where she showed instant acceleration in the closing stages. She’s done really well since then and is in the very capable of hands of Clive Cox who I teamed up with 12 months ago to win this race onboard Heartache. Clearly it’s a step-up in class for Shades Of Blue but I really do think she can prove good enough to play a leading role, particularly as we already know that the track, distance and ground suit her. It’s hard to get a handle on how good Chelsea Cloisters could be. She romped home on debut at Keeneland and we all know what Wesley Ward is capable of producing here at Royal Ascot.TRIBUTE ACT (3.40pm Duke Of Cambridge Stakes)I ride her for the first time and take as a positive the fact she has run so well here at Ascot in her latest two starts when narrowly beaten. Whilst they were handicaps and she needs to find a bit – she is exactly the project horse that trainer James Fanshawe does so well with. He certainly wouldn’t have supplemented her for this if he didn’t believe that she could get very competitive in what looks quite an open renewal of the Group 2 mile race for fillies. I went agonisingly close in this race last season on outsider Aljazzi who just found the French trained Qemah three quarters of a length too good and am looking forward to hopefully another big run today.HORS DE COMBAT (5.00pm Royal Hunt Cup)I’m drawn almost bang in the middle in 15 so one of the first decisions will be to work out a plan from the start. I tend to make these calls as late as possible as it’s ever changing. On Tuesday’s evidence low numbers looked to hold the sway but I’ll review based on the ground on Wednesday and how the early races go. Hors De Combat is a lovely horse and the quick ground is a positive. He needs to bounce back from recent form but this race has thrown up it’s fair share of surprise winners over the years – I won it on Field Of Dream back in 2014.ANOTHER BATT (5.35pm Jersey Stakes)I’m riding him for the first time and it’s good to team up with up and coming trainer George Scott. Another Batt has had a good season so far – finishing third in the European Free Handicap at Newmarket and then winning a Chester handicap. He needs to do better than at Goodwood last time out but that was his first trip around there and it’s a quirky circuit that some horses simply don’t handle. He’s in the mix on official ratings but I thought would need to produce a career best in this company.Best Of LuckADAM