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Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

Several may be charged in connection with Pradoville 2 housing lands

Just under 12 persons could soon be charged in connection with the development and sale of  housing lands at Goedverwagting-Plaisance (Pradoville 2), according to high-level sources. Demerara Waves was told that the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) of the Guyana Police Force has recommended charges for  several persons. The Police Legal Adviser, Retired Justice Claudette Singh has since been asked ...

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Way cleared for extradition request for former GRDB accountant

An arrest warrant has been issued for former Accountant at the Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB), kicking in steps for Canada to extradite him to his homeland to answer fraud charges. Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan late Monday issued the arrest warrant for Peter Ramcharran after several fraud charges were read in his absence. He is the latest to have ...

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GPHC removes its medical supplies from NewGPC bond; owes GYD$50 million

The Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) on Tuesday removed all  of its medical supplies from the New Guyana Pharmaceutical Corporation (NGPC) bond, leaving behind a GYD$50 million debt. Multiple high-level sources initially could not say what the reason behind the decision  was and who exactly gave the directive for the drugs to be removed from NGPC’s bond at Industrial Site, ...

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City Magistrate refuses DPP’s request to commit ‘Grey Boy’ to High Court for Crum-Ewing’s murder

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) on Tuesday afternoon instructed Magistrate Judy Latchman to commit former murder accused, Regan ‘Grey Boy’ Rodrigues to stand trial in the High Court for the murder of political activist Courtney Crum Ewing. However, the magistrate refused one day after she had thrown out the case because of insufficient evidence. Special prosecutor ...

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Mabaruma solar farm closer to realisation- Contractor soon to be selected

The 400 kilowatt Mabaruma solar farm which will provide an additional 17 hours of electricity to the 3,000 residents of Mabaruma Region One is closer to realisation, as all tenders are at the evaluation stage. This was disclosed by Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson to the Department of Public Information/Government Information Agency (DPI/GINA). Minister Patterson said that at least ...

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Several roads in Lethem to be upgraded

Work is scheduled to begin soon to improve the road network in the township of Lethem, Region Nine (Upper Takatu/Upper Essequibo), government reported Tuesday. Mayor of the Township, Carton Beckles said that all the roads in the municipality are in a deplorable state and that the council has been advocating for new roads, which has been successful in getting the ...

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