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Daily Archives: May 3, 2015

Berbicians want suicide, domestic violence, bridge toll, joblessness attacked

by Zena Henry Last year Guyana was identified as having the highest suicide rate in the world and the south-western region of Berbice claimed lead role. However, the inhabitants of Region six want this changed. Supporting A Partnership for National Unity +Alliance for Change (APNU+AFC) Coalition, as they hosted another widely attended campaign rally, this time in New Amsterdam, the ...

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Policeman shot by friendly fire during arrest

Police said they investigating an incident that occurred at about 0540h. today Sunday May 03, 2015, at Greenheart Street, Linden, where Police Constable Nathaniel Giddings was shot and injured to his left shoulder after a round was reportedly accidentally discharged by an armed policeman. Investigations have disclosed that two police ranks, one of whom was armed with a service revolver, ...

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Joint Services, APNU+AFC’s James Bond in spat over purported results of security forces’ votes on Facebook

The Chairman of the Joint Services, Brigadier Mark Phillips late Saturday night roasted opposition coalition candidate, James Bond for posting purported results from the day’s voting by members of the security forces but the Attorney-at-Law defended his action saying there was nothing illegal or unethical about conducting an exit poll. The Joint Services has since called on the Guyana Elections ...

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Joint Services, APNU+AFC’s James Bond in spat over purported results of military votes on Facebook

The Chairman of the Joint Services, Brigadier Mark Phillips late Saturday night roasted opposition coalition candidate, James Bond for posting purported results from the day’s voting by members of the security forces but the Attorney-at-Law defended his action saying there was nothing illegal or unethical about conducting an exit poll. The Joint Services has since called on the Guyana Elections ...

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Coalition urges calm on final leg to E-Day; plans ‘Day of National Embrace’ if victorious

As the general elections campaign winds down to E-Day- May 11- the opposition coalition A Partnership for National Unity+ Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) Saturday night appealed for calm among its supporters. Prime Ministerial Candidate, Moses Nagamootoo, in an earnest appeal at a rally held in New Amsterdam, begged supporters to remain calm and respectful in the critical days leading up ...

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Several PPP supporters injured in Rupununi road accident

Five supporters of the People’s Progressive Party Civic, who attended an elections campaign rally in Rupununi, were injured in an accident, multiple sources confirmed. They were rushed to the Lethem Hospital in a minibus. Among the occupants of the pick-up was the driver, Sucil Kissoon.  Regional Health Officer, Joseph Torres told Demerara Waves Online News that three persons were kept ...

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