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Daily Archives: February 24, 2014

Red Thread’s Karen De Souza cops Caribbean Award for Excellence

(TRINIDAD GUARDIAN).-Guyana’s Karen De Souza of the women and children’s  rights organisation-Red Thread- is among three persons who are 2014 laureates of the Anthony N Sabga Caribbean Awards for Excellence. De Souza was awarded for Public and Civic Contributions. The others are Professor Liam Teague of Trinidad in the category of f Arts and Letters and Dr. Richard Robertson of ...

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Policeman allegedly slams into Demerara Harbour Bridge, toss Manager’s phone overboard

The Demerara Harbour Bridge (DHB) on Monday said that almost one month after a policeman slammed into the thoroughfare and tossed the Bridge Manager, Rawlston Adams’ cellular phone into the river “The Police are currently conducting an internal investigation into the matter,” the Harbour Bridge said in a statement. The Bridge company said policeman David Lindo crashed his vehicle into ...

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NGO to lobby for Missing Persons law

A Guyanese non-governmental organisation plans to press government to pass a law on how to handle reports of missing persons, according to Imarah Radix, Programme Coordinator of Stella’s Sisterhood of Support and Service (S4) Foundation. Radix says the Missing Persons Act has been already drafted and her organisation would soon initiate talks with government about getting the law tabled in ...

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No breathalyser test for Finance Minister

Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh could be asked to return to the scene of the accident where he crashed into a taxi late Sunday night, police said. The officer ruled out a breathalyser test to determine if Singh had been driving under the influence of alcohol, saying that almost 24 hours would have passed. A cooler was seen inside the ...

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Finance Minister crashes into taxi; driver, passenger say he left scene without assisting

Finance Minister Dr. Ashni Singh crashed his vehicle into a car on Garnett Street and Delph Avenue, Campbelville resulting in the taxi driver and his lone passenger being slightly hurt. The taxi driver and the passenger accused the Minister of  leaving the scene and failing to provide assistance. Brian Young, a close associate of the government, arrived about 45 minutes ...

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