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Vandals leave thousands without phone service

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia Vandals struck the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T) cables in Sophia during the Easter weekend leaving thousands of persons in a  section of eastern Georgetown without phone service, the telecommunications company said on Tuesday. The phone company hopes to “fully”restore services within four to five days. GT&T said thousands of its ...

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GECOM’s Deputy Chief Elections Officer quits

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia The Deputy Chief Elections Officer of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), Calvin Benn has decided to step down from the post he has held for the past 13 years, usually reliable sources confirmed on Tuesday. Benn,58, is currently on three months vacation until  July 31, 2014. Sources said he last ...

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Man arrested for allegedly hacking brother to death

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia A man has been arrested in connection with the chopping death of his brother at Kaneville East Bank Demerara. Investigators said the body of  40-year old Jairam “Nasho” Teekaram was found in the yard  of his home about 6:30 Tuesday morning. Police said the body has “several suspected chop wounds.” ...

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Woman allegedly stabs husband to death

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia Police were Tuesday afternoon searching for a woman who allegedly stabbed her common-law husband to death at Baramita, North West District. The victim has been identified as 32-year old Junior Brandt. The incident occurred about 7:30 Tuesday morning at their home. Investigators were told that Brandt was allegedly involved in ...

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Guyana resumes rice, paddy shipments to Venezuela

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia Guyana on Monday resumed shipping rice and paddy to the lucrative Venezuelan market. The first shipment of about 6,000 tonnes of paddy due for Venezuela, began loading today at the Muneshwers’ Wharf, Georgetown. Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy told the Government Information Agency that this, the first shipment for 2014, ...

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Easter fires continue; two seriously hurt in accidents

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 December 2015, 20:59 by GxMedia At least two fires and two serious accidents marred Easter Monday, leaving at least two persons seriously injured and several homeless, sources and eyewitnesses said. Doctors at Suddie Hospital were up to late in the night battling to save the life of Essequibo Coast mechanic, Rahul Arjune, following a collision ...

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