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Daily Archives: June 16, 2014

Police Force pulls plug on Wives Association

The Guyana Police Force on Monday announced that it has pulled its support from the Police Wives Association because that organization has not submitted audited financial statements as is required under the law and a call for elections to be held have been rebuffed. Announcing its decision to withdraw from the PWA, the police force said that “it is felt ...

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Church’s Chicken employee behind bars for allegedly killing boy

A Church’s Chicken maintenance worker was Monday arraigned on a charge of causing the death of a seven year old by dangerous driving. The alleged offender is 28-year old Jermaine Carroll of Stevedore Housing Scheme.  He is accused of driving motor car, PPP 5931, in a manner dangerous to the public resulting in the death of seven-year old Clement Joseph ...

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Accused car thief remanded to jail

A man was Monday refused bail on a charge of stealing a motor car that was outside the owner’s residence and taking it to Buxton, East Coast Demerara., Mortimer Chand was ordered to return to court on July 4, 2014. Appearing  before Chief Magistrate, Priya Sewnarine-Beharry, the accused pleaded not guilty to a charge that he stole one Mazda motorcar, ...

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Rohee to appear before Rodney Commission of Inquiry

General Secretary of the Peoples Progressive Party (PPPC), Clement Rohee says he is preparing to appear before the Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry in the coming weeks. He declined to divulge the thrust of his memorandum to the three-member panel that has been set up to probe the circumstances that led to the death of Rodney, a renowned historian and ...

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Leonora man found dead at mining camp

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the shooting death of a man at a mining camp at Cuyuni. The name of the victim has been identified as 24-year old devindra Alfred of Leonora, Werst Coast Demerara. A team of investigators has been dispatched to Sandhills, Cuyuni where the body was found at about 2 AM Monday, a police spokesman said.

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Caribbean to lobby for softer terms at UK Forum

Caribbean foreign ministers are to Monday lobby United Kingdom (UK) Foreign Secretary, William Hague to ask the G-20 for softer borrowing terms although the income rating for the group of largely former British colonies has gone up, a senior member of the delegation said. Chairman of the 15-nation Caribbean Community’s (Caricom) ministerial council on foreign relations. Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett said that ...

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Arson suspected in Subs & Salads fire

Triggering a huge fiery explosion to destroy the Subs and Salads and the Shell (Sol) Filling Station on Regent and King Streets might have been the motive for the early Sunday morning fire but the conditions were not conducive, investigators said. A probe has so far revealed that the plot could have been an inside job because there was no ...

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