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Daily Archives: April 8, 2014

Woman chops niece severely during drinking spree

A 17-year old girl from Hubu Hill , Mabaruma was brutally stabbed about her body early Tuesday morning by her aunt at the North West District community. Critically injured is Lynette Morgow who was stabbed several times about her abdomen and chest by her aunt during a drinking spree close to their home around 2 O’clock Tuesdsy morning. Reports are ...

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Sasenarine Singh resigns from AFC

Outspoken Alliance For Change (AFC) executive member, Sasenarine Singh has resigned from that party, citing “personal reasons” but he appeared to still endorse it. Singh told AFC General Secretary, David Patterson in the resignation letter dated April 8 that he would re-enter politics after remigrating. Singh gave no indication that he would rejoin the governing Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) because he ...

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Barama worker jailed for fraud

An employee of Barama Company Limited was Tuesday jailed for two years for falsely pretending that he was authorised to collect GUY$92,000 from a cambio dealer. City Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan imposed the jail term on Oswin Lewis after he pleaded guilty to committing the offence on March 17. With intent to defraud, he obtained the money from Marvin Watts ...

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More parental involvement needed to equip children for school – Manickchand

Minister of Education Priya Manickchand is calling for greater parental involvement to prepare children for school life. She made the call during Monday’s budget debate where she stated that a recent research involving children entering the nursery level revealed less than heartening findings. “We found that the things children should know at three, six (three years, six months) like basic ...

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Policeman charged with felonious wounding

A policeman was Tuesday arraigned for allegedly wounding a man when his service revolver discharged a round. Lance Corporal, Atlyn Brown, who is attached to the Brickdam Impact Base, was granted GUY$250,000 bail after he pleaded not guilty to the charge.  He is accused of feloniously wounding Maurice Porter on October 18, 2013 at Craig Street, Campbelville, Georgetown with intent ...

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T&T Health Minister: Mt. Hope nurses were attending

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN).-Guyanese national Vidya Bachu decided to leave the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, with her ailing husband Jeetindra Sookram although he was being attended to by nurses. Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan made the statement during a press conference at the ministry at Park Street, Port-of-Spain, yesterday. He also said there was no longer a need to fill ...

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