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Daily Archives: July 18, 2014

Promenade Gardens teen robber jailed

A teenager was Friday convicted for robbing a couple in the Promenade Gardens and he was jailed for 50 months. He is Dwayne Christopher of 12A Rosemary Lane, West End (Tiger Bay) South Cummingsburg, Georgetown. The sentence was handed down by City Magistrate, Judy Latchman after he changed his plea to guilty on June, 17. He is currently on probation ...

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AFC tells Ramotar time-up, ready for no-confidence

The smaller opposition Alliance For Change (AFC) has told President Donald Ramotar that it is going ahead with its vote of no confidence in the government that will inevitably see Guyana going into early general elections before year end if approved by the combined opposition-controlled House. AFC Leader Khemraj Ramjattan told the Guyanese leader that he was pushing ahead with ...

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Fly Jamaica hit by resignations, flight delays

(JAMAICA OBSERVER).-A number of flight delays have rocked Fly Jamaica Airways Limited over the past month, leaving passengers angry at the inconvenience. Yesterday, news emerged that a flight to New York from Georgetown, Guyana, scheduled to leave last Friday, was delayed for two days. Before that, on July 10, the Kingston to New York flight was cancelled, an irate passenger ...

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Two seriously hurt in early morning accident

Two females were seriously injured early Friday morning when the car in which they were travelling ran off the Ogle Public Road, crashed into a utility pole and flipped over. Their names were not immediately available. Public spirited citizens used tools to remove the persons from the wreck. One of the women sustained severe head injuries and the other a ...

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Guyanese police want to question boat captain about alleged piracy

In the wake of the discovery of the body of one the fishermen after what is believed to have been piracy, Guyanese police hope their Surinamese counterparts will deport the captain for him to be grilled by crime sleuths. Head of the Criminal Investigations Department, Senior Superintendent Leslie James said his investigators would like to question boat captain, Feroze Hack. ...

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Police probing gun attack on GRA officers

The Guyana Police Force is currently investigating an armed attack on four officers of the Guyana Revenue Authority’s  (GRA) Law Enforcement and Investigation Division (LIED) at around 23:25hrs Wednesday night in the vicinity of Dundee, Mahaicony, East Coast Demerara, the tax agency said in a statement. The GRA said the officers, who were conducting a surveillance exercise based on intelligence ...

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