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Daily Archives: August 1, 2016

Three charged with murder of family members at Mibicuri

Three farmers were Tuesday arraigned for the murder of three persons at Mibicuri, Black Bush Polder last month. Charged with the offence  are 18-year Jairam Tajeram, 26-year old Tameshwar  Jagmohan and 38-year old Carlton Chetram. They are accused separately of the murder of Pawan Chandradeo, Naresh Rooplall and Jaikarran Chandradeo whose bodies were found at Cookrite Savannah Backdam, Mibicuri. Their ...

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Shady character gunned down during argument over bail money; police hunting five suspects

A man previously known to the police was gunned down outside his Laing Avenue, Georgetown home on Monday, August 1, 2016 during an argument over bail money, a senior police officer said.  Dead is 32 year old Orin David.  Head of the Guyana Police Force’s Criminal Investigations Department, Senior Superintendent Wendell Blanhum said police have since begun searching for several ...

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‘Let bygones be bygones’ for the good of Region 5 -President Granger initiates RDC reconciliation at Ithaca Emancipation Celebrations

President David Granger, today, called on the members of the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) of Mahaica-Berbice (Region 5) to end the months long impasse, which had been sparked after the Regional Chairman, Mr. Vickchand Ramphal had been absent, during several visits to the Region by the Head of State.  However, President Granger called for an end to the standoff, which ...

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High-speed data connection collapses causing major delays in check-in at Guyana’s key airport

Passengers leaving Guyana are experiencing flight delays and cancellations due to a collapse of the high-speed data link that serves the check-in system at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), officials said Monday. A senior airport official said the data-link, which has a much higher capacity, has been down for the past two days. “The line that they provide the ...

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Govt committed to providing “enabling environment” for job creation- Granger

President David Granger has said that his Government is committed to working towards the provision of an enabling environment for job creation for young Guyanese and is taking an active role in ensuring sustainable gainful employment. His comments came just days after he categorically stated on the latest edition of his weekly interview programme, Public Interest, that it was not ...

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