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Daily Archives: October 20, 2015

Security Officer fired for stealing passenger’s money

An Aviation Security agent attached to a private company contracted by an airline was fired for stealing US currency from an outgoing passenger at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), the airport said in a statement. The passenger was about to board a Caribbean Airlines flight to New York when the incident occurred. The female officer was processing the passenger ...

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BREAKING: Baby killer surrenders to police

At 0820h. today Tuesday October 20, 2015, Marc Angoy of Buzz Bee Dam, Craig, EBD, turned himself in to the police at Grove Police Station. He was wanted by the police in relation to the murder of thirteen-month-old Arianne Gill who was shot and killed on October 18, 2015, in her home at Eastville Housing Scheme, ECD.

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Gouveia gives gov’t thumbs up on Ministerial pay increase

A long-standing member of Guyana’s private sector corps has given his no objection to the recent move by the APNU+AFC administration to increase the salaries of Government Ministers by 50%. The move, which has attracted criticism and condemnation from others, Former Private Sector Commission (PSC) Chairman Gerry Gouveia says that the timing may have been bad but that does not ...

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Guyanese woman admits to 400K credit card scam that targeted American supermarket chain

(TIMES UNION).- A citizen of Guyana admitted trafficking more than $400,000 worth of fake credit cards in grocery stores across New York and New England after an investigation by the Secret Service. Georgette Jackman, 37, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court Oct. 16 in Albany to conspiracy to commit access device fraud, aggravated identity theft, and trafficking in counterfeit access devices. Jackman, ...

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PPP will reverse salary increases if it wins next elections; wants all MPs to prove their earnings

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo Monday night vowed to reverse the hefty salary increases to ministers if his People’s Progressive Party (PPP) wins the next general elections. ‎”When we win the elections we may very well do that…If we are opposed to it now, we will reverse it,” he told Demerara Waves Online News. Maintaing that the 50 percent increase in ...

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