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Daily Archives: October 9, 2015

Sanjay’s Jewellery Store owner jailed for dangerous driving death; refused bail on appeal notice

The owner of Sanjay’s Jewellery was Friday jailed for 58 months for causing death by dangerous driving, and he failed to secure bail after notice was given that he would appeal the decision.  Bishnarine ‘Sanjay’ Persaud of 26 Sheriff Street, Campbelville, Georgetown was found guilty for causing the death of Georgetown Municipality worker, Leon Hunte. The sentence was handed down ...

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Govt ministers salaries: “If you want to get rich, go in the private sector”- GTUC General Secretary

General Secretary of the Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC), Lincoln Lewis on Friday expressed grave dissatisfaction with the secret manner in which government increased ministers’ salaries and stressed that if elected officials do not want to serve they should get into business for profits “Public service- it is not the money that you receive that matters, it is what you ...

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President vows to pardon more convicts

President David Granger on Friday vowed to pardon more non-violent persons who were convicted and jailed for petty offences. Addressing an Education Month rally that was held at the National Park under the theme “Quality Educational Leadership: Improving Schools from Within,” he dismissed critics who have assailed him for the release of 60 prisoners in May, 26. “Some people are ...

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Guyana fighting Black Sigatoka disease to resume plantain exports

Guyana’s plantain exports have been wiped out because of the deadly Black Sigatoka disease but a top agriculture scientist  hopes that farmers and several extension officers will from Friday be better equipped to manange the disease. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Agriculture Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) , Dr. Oudho Homenauth told the Government Information Agency (GINA) that Guyana registered ...

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Canadian man arrested at CJI Airport with large quantity of cocaine

Authorities were Friday preparing to charge a Canadian man with cocaine trafficking after he was allegedly caught trying to smuggle a large quantity of the narcotic out of the country, authorities said. Head of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU), James Singh said the 53-year old man had in his possession 25 pounds of cocaine. The top anti-drug agent said the ...

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Venezuela accuses Guyana of “misleading international community”

CARACAS, Oct. 8 (Xinhua) — Venezuelan Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez on Thursday accused Guyanese President David Granger of “falsely accusing” Venezuela of carrying out military operations in Guyana, calling for “respect” to her nation. In a press conference, the official said Granger “lied” about the alleged presence of a Venezuelan military ship in Georgetown, capital of Guyana, which was shown ...

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