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Daily Archives: September 12, 2013

Rohee says fit for both jobs

Clement Rohee on Thursday dispelled suggestions that he was overburdened by Home Affairs ministerial duties and those as General Secretary of the governing Peoples Progressive Party (PPP). “Now,  I have two jobs to do. I have so arranged my life and I’ve so arranged my time to ensure that neither side is short-changed and the health and vitality of the ...

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Suriname, Guyana to jointly patrol Corentyne River

Guyana and Suriname have agreed to jointly patrol the border Corentyne River to clamp down on illegal activities, Chief-of-Staff of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Rear Admiral Gary Best said on Thursday. If all goes well, he hopes that the joint patrols by the GDF Coast Guard and the Suriname Navy could begin in another six months. Authorities hope to ...

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Businessman’s killer could be charged soon

Investigators believe that one of four persons under arrest is a key suspect in the gunning down of a West Coast Demerara businessman, amid growing concerns in the Muslim community that the crime situation is out of control. Police Commissioner, Leroy Brumell said a cellular phone was found in possession of one of the suspects. ‘I can go a little ...

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Suriname-based man charged with murdering DJ Cheddi

A Suriname-based man was Thursday arraigned for the murder oF Sheldon Cheddie alias DJ Cheddie and he was remanded to custody. Omar Williams of Apanestraat K, 7 Light, Paramaribo, the capital of the neighbouring Dutch-speaking country, is accused of murdering Cheddie, a father of five, on September 9 at Tucville, Georgetown. He was not required to plea to the indictable ...

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Fly Jamaica begins serving Guyana, New York, Toronto

Fly Jamaica says it will begin Guyana-North America flights later this month but will have to transit Jamaica from Georgetown to New York because the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) is yet to approve an exemption application. Chief Executive Officer, Ronald Reece said there would be direct return flights on the Guyana-Toronto route.  While Fly Jamaica would go direct ...

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One charged with arms, ammo possession; six others freed

A man, who says he is a gold miner, is Thursday expected to be arraigned for the illegal possession of a telescopic rifle, handgun and ammunition. He was among seven persons who were arrested earlier this week in a F-150 pickup where one .44 Harrington and Richardson telescopic rifle with 38 rounds and one .32 Taurus pistol with seven rounds ...

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