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Daily Archives: September 1, 2014

PPP may call for new round of registration; implications for election date

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP), worried about the integrity of the voters’ list, on Monday signaled that it might push for a fresh round of continuous registration- a move that could affect the deadline for early general and regional elections. Party General Secretary, Clement Rohee acknowledged that a new round of continuous registration and the claims and objections period, with ...

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Guyanese stabbed to death in St. Lucia

A Guyanese man has succumbed after he was stabbed in Ciceron, Castries early Saturday morning, according to St. Lucia News Online. Reports are that the victim, 34-year-old Cedolf Hunte of Ciceron, was attacked by four masked men at around 2:40 whilst playing cards with friends in the community. A stab wound under his right arm is believed to have resulted ...

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Truck damage bridge on Linden- Lethem Road, despite weight restriction

Despite the introduction of an indefinite weight restriction on trucks plying the Linden-Lethem Road, a  heavily laden cargo truck broke the Annai bridge that has been so far only partly repaired, according to sources. The sources said that only light vehicles such as minibuses were up to late Sunday being allowed to pass the area until repairs are completed. The ...

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One dead, three critical in Corentyne accident

An elderly drunk pedestrian was killed and three persons, who were in a four-wheeled drive pick-up, were critically injured on the Alness Village Public Road, Corentyne. Dead is 52-year old Roy De Souza, a labourer, of Alness Village. Those injured are the driver of the pickup, 19-year old Videsh Baboolall, his 17-year old brother Yudesh, and their employee whose only name ...

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