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Daily Archives: September 15, 2013

Youth dies in motorbike accident

Two months after a 22-year old man returned from French Guiana, he was killed while speeding in Albouystown, Georgetown. A saddened Gem Hall said 22-year old Ralph “Cashew” Stewart slammed into three utility poles at James and Campbell Streets, Albouystown and suffered severe facial and head injuries. His three sisters and mother are living in French Guiana. Hall remembered the ...

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Corentyne businessman killed during robbery

A Corentyne businessman was Sunday killed and left in a bond and his wife battered before four bandits carted off GUY$700,000 in cash and jewels, relatives said. He has been identified as 79-year old Abdul Majid of Number 70 Village, Corentyne. Sunday’s killing is the latest in a series of robbery-murders that have rocked East Berbice and other coastal communities ...

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Black men must stop domestic violence- David Hinds

A veteran political activist has appealed to African Guyanese men to stop domestic violence and instead participate in community efforts to combat illiteracy and create booming village economies instead of depending on East Indian communities. Political Science Professor, David Hinds told a public meeting in Melanie Damishana, a predominantly African Guyanese village, that there was no reason to kill women ...

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Same assault rifles used at Wakenaam, Meten-Meer-Zorg

The same assault rifles were fired at the two recent robberies at Wakenaam and Meten-Meer-Zorg that left one person injured and another dead. Deputy Police Commissioner, Seelall Persaud said ballistic tests show that the identical 7.62 MM guns were used at the Wakenaam residence of 40-year old Rohan “Anand” Dhanayshure on September 7 and at Meten-Meer-Zorg on September 11 where ...

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Three policemen injured in road accident

Three policemen were injured in a collision in Georgetown and one of them has been hospitalised in a critical condition, according to sources. Information about the circumstances surrounding the accident at Church and Light Streets are sketchy. So far, police has issued no statement. 23-year old Seon George sustained serious head injuries and up to early Sunday morning was warded ...

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Farmers to protest TT, Guyana land deal

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN).-The National Foodcrop Farmers’ Association (NFFA) says it is planning a major protest to object to the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the T&T and Guyana governments that will provide 10,000 acres of land in Berbice for immediate agricultural production. A further 90,000 acres of Guyana’s land will also be made available to T&T, with the Government ...

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