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Daily Archives: March 12, 2017

Eye on the Issues: The opposition miscalculations will hurt its visions

by GHK Lall The happenings at that recent commemoration event at Babu John made me sit up and take notice.  When I place those developments in Berbice next to the results from the Congress in Essequibo, it becomes clear that the opposition made a terrible miscalculation; in fact, several huge miscalculations for which there will be reckoning. First, and taking ...

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Police Corporal detained, gun lodged following armed robbery

A police corporal was Sunday detained and his licensed firearm lodged, after police received different accounts about a shooting incident that resulted in the injury of a taxi driver on Sussex Street, Charlestown, Georgetown. “As a result of the circumstances, including that the victim who was shot, has indicated to the detectives an incidental narrative of event, which conflicts with that ...

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Former PNCR leader overseas for treatment

Former Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), Robert Corbin has travelled overseas for medical attention,  PNCR General Secretary, Oscar Clarke said Sunday. He could not say whether his former party leader has travelled to Cuba where the expertise is available at a lower cost. Corbin, 73, also a former Opposition Leader, has over the years  had a serious back ailment ...

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#LifeInLeggings: A growing movement for women’s rights in a ‘patriarchal’ Guyana

The Square of the Revolution yesterday, March 11, facilitated a different kind of resistance as women- cisgender and transgender- along with male supporters gathered in solidarity with the regional #LifeInLeggings movement, challenging the normalisation of violence against women and girls. The march participants traversed the Brickdam Road route from Stabroek Market Square to the Square of the Revolution, holding up ...

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