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Teixeira must have her info mixed up” – Felix pulls self out of scandal

Citizenship Minister and Former Commissioner of Police Winston Felix has denied being given information about a corruption scheme at the General Registrar Office (GRO) during the time that he was Police Commissioner. It is understood that shortly after taking over the reigns of the Home Affairs Ministry from Ronald Gajraj, Gail Teixeira would have received information about a birth certificate ...

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UPDATE: North Ruimveldt man succumbs to gunshot wounds

A North Ruimveldt, Festival City man died at the Georgetown Public Hospital after he was shot several times at his Bogey Peak Street home. 37-year-old Christopher Molligan was shot to 8his hand and his buttocks. Neighbours reported hearing four gunshots and later seeing Molligan also known as Chrissy sprawled on the steps of his home. A report was made to ...

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Wikileaks comment triggers Gajraj lawsuit against Teixeira

 Guyana’s former High Commissioner to India, Ronald Gajraj has reportedly filed a lawsuit against  former Home Affairs Minister, Gail Teixeira following some startling revelations in a Wikileaks release. A report in the Guyana Chronicle has cited Teixiera as implicating a named person in a passport and birth certificate racketeering at the General Registrar Office. According to the report, Teixeira approached ...

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Guyana to soon hand over bank account info to US

Finance Minister, Winston Jordan said Wednesday that Guyana’s financial laws are being amended to ensure the country complies with a United States (US) law that requires other countries to hand over banking information about Americans and Permanent residents. “What we are doing here is not in response to what’s in the press this is in  response to the Foreign Accounts ...

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Bartica in blackout; power company issues schedule

The Guyana Power and Light (GPL) says during the early hours of this morning, Tuesday, November 17, a damaged cooling component on the No. 11 Engine at Bartica necessitated the engine being taken offline thus reducing available capacity to the Township. At present, only the No. 10 Engine remains in service; consequent of this, GPL has instituted a daily load ...

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eGovernment Unit begins roll out of Wi-Fi in schools

The eGovernment Unit  has begun rolling out Wi- Fi networks in schools, while Hinterland and remote areas are expected to benefit from internet access by the end of the first quarter of 2016, the Ministry of the Presidency said Tuesday. eGovernment Advisor, Floyd Levi, in an invited comment said that at present, the eGovernment Unit is focused on facilitating the ...

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Men allegedly caught in hotel with cocaine refused bail

Two men, one of whom was caught swallowing cocaine pellets at a hotel, were Tuesday remanded to prison on a charge of conspiring to traffick in cocaine. They are 44-year old taxi driver, Hubert Smith of 3464 North Ruimveldt, Georgetown carpenter, Dwayne Adams of 38 William Street, Golden Grove. They were refused bail and ordered to return to court on ...

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Historian Tota Mangar robbed of vehicle at gunpoint

Well-known historian and educator, Tota Mangar was attacked at knife and gunpoint Monday night and robbed of his vehicle moments after he entered it. Mangar, who currently heads a World Bank-funded education project , said he sustained a slight cut under his chin during the ordeal that occurred at about 8:20 PM. “I am so traumatised, I couldn’t go to ...

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Police probing invasion of mining camp

Police were Monday said to be probing the invasion of a gold mining camp at Puruni, Region 7 (Cuyuni-Mazaruni) by nine persons including six gunmen  and three known businessmen in what appears to be linked to the ownership of the concession. Divisional Police Commander, Ravindradat Budhram said police were investigating a report of beating at a mining camp at Puruni. ...

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