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Daily Archives: May 8, 2016

Vincentian murder accused is key suspect in one of New York’s famous cold cases

A Vincentian, who is facing kidnapping and murder charges in his Caribbean homeland, has been fingered as a key suspect in one of New York city’s most infamous cold cases involving a Brooklyn high-school honors student, The New York Post has learned. New York Police Department (NYPD) detectives have already travelled to St. Vincent where they interviewed the suspect behind bars, ...

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A draft May 26 speech for His Excellency

by GHK Lall I refer to Mr. Wendell Jeffrey’s piece titled, “On May 26 Granger has the opportunity to distance himself from the racially divisive behaviors of the past” (SN May 2).  Using the letter writer’s impressive contribution as context, I make the following comments in what is proffered to President Granger as a draft speech proposal for his May ...

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Guyana Heritage Festival coming to New York

As part of efforts aimed at knitting the Guyanese heritage into the lives of the diaspora living in the United States by creating the atmosphere and environment conducive for Guyanese to meet and interact, a “Guyana Heritage Festival”; which goes hand-in-hand with the celebrations for Guyana’s 50th Independence Anniversary, is being planned. Under the theme “Land of Our Roots and Culture”, the ...

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Phone rate competition heats up

Competition in the telecommunications industry is heating up with both major phone service providers rolling out various packages to woo customers. The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T) has announced that all mobile pre- paid customers would receive a 10% free bonus credit on every top up (cards and electronic) and a 5% free bonus credit on the value of their monthly ...

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