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Daily Archives: November 5, 2013

Three reporters resign from pro-govt Guyana Times

Three reporters resigned from Guyana Times/Evening News on Tuesday, saying they would no longer be forced to read ‘reports’ about Kaieteur News publisher Glenn Lall in violation of journalistic principles and ethics and cultivation of fear for their own safety. They are television news anchor Leanna Bradshaw, Sabatini Daniels & Whitney Persaud. They said in a joint statement that their ...

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Cliff Anderson Sports Hall also an abbatoir

Several goats were slaughtered at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall, Homestretch Avenue, causing several children who were there for the National Schools Table Tennis Championships to be traumatised, according to a usually reliable eyewitness. Killing of the goats was seen about 2:30 PM Monday. The meat was later transported in a vehicle bearing registration number PGG 9139. The eyewitness said ...

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Cocaine ‘sweets’ sicken North West children

Three children from White Water , North West District were sickened by eating cocaine-stuffed sweets, according to well-placed sources. Authorities said two businessmen have been questioned by police. Their grandmother, Janet Samuels, said 11-year old Ashley Samuels, 13-year old Ann Samuels 13-year old Jalil O’Selmo were discharged from the Mabaruma hospital on Monday. She said they were still feeling weak ...

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Long-serving scouts awarded at 104th Anniversary celebrations

The Scout Association of Guyana (SAG) over the weekend held a series of activities in observance of its 104th Anniversary, the organisation said in a statement. This year the association honoured long-serving members and those who have made sterling contributions to the growth and development of scouting in Guyana and the world. Speaking at a ceremony held at SAG Headquarters ...

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LIAT cancels several flights due to pilots’ strike

In the wake of a strike by LIAT’s pilots, the airline has  announced Tuesday afternoon that due to  action taken  by its airline pilots’ trade union LIALPA, the following flights have now been cancelled: LI 361 – Antigua-Guadeloupe-Dominica-Barbados-St. VincentLI 760 – St. Vincent-Barbados LI 727 – Barbados-Grenada-Trinidad LI 726 – Trinidad-St. Vincent-Barbados LI 512 – Guyana-Barbados-Antigua LI 312 – Antigua-St. Maarten- ...

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