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Daily Archives: October 13, 2013

General Manager for gold mining company dies in smash-up

The General Manager of a gold mining operation was Sunday killed in a vehicular accident at Karrau, Mazaruni. He has been identified as 35-year old Albert Roberts of Line Road, Potaro. He was the General Manager for a gold mining operation owned by a son of Ricky Ramnarine. Usually reliable sources said the All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) he was driving ...

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GGMC official missing in boat collision

A senior employee of the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) was Sunday still reported missing after a boat collision in the Pomeroon River, according to usually reliable sources. He has been identified as Patrick “Police” Ramkellawan, a driller at the state’s regulatory agency for mining and drilling for hydrocarbons. Demerara Waves Online News (www.demwaves.com) was told that the boat ...

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Suspected bandits opened fire on police

Police on Sunday accused the three suspected bandits- two dead and one injured- of opening fire on them when they were intercepted shortly before they were about to rob a guest of K&VC Hotel, South Road, Georgetown. During the exchange of gunfire Jermaine Canterbury called “Chow”, 21 years, of Hogg Street, Albouystown; and Mark Anthony Joseph called “Two Grand”, 19 ...

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CJIA passengers to bypass screening process while transiting T&T

The tedious process of disembarking at Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) Piarco International Airport, passing through security before boarding an aircraft to the United States will be something of the past – effective November 1, 2013, the Cheddi Jagan International Airport said Sunday. The United States of America Transport Security Administration (TSA) has approved the request for the alternate procedure to ...

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Border spat should trigger maritime boundary delimitation talks- Fmr. FM Jackson

Former Foreign Minister of Guyana, Rashleigh Jackson on Sunday hoped that the latest border spat with Venezuela would pave the way for urgent negotiations to delimit the maritime boundary between the two neighbouring South American nations. “We should do that as a matter of urgency and then you wouldn’t get a recurrence of this kind of incident and there wouldn’t ...

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Police kill two suspected bandits, one critical

Two men were Saturday night shot dead and doctors were battling to save the life of a third man at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation. The incident occurred just outside the K&VC Hotel, South Road, Georgetown. The dead have been identified as 20-year old Jermaine “Chow” Canterbury and 20-year old Mark Anthony “Two Thousand” Joseph. Listed in a critical condition ...

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