Daily Archives: Monday, 18 January 2016, 21:37

Zulfikar Mustapha debunks Ramkarrans article as “mischievous”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 January 2016, 8:00 by Denis Chabrol People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Parliamentarian Zulfikar Mustapha has debunked a column written by Former Speaker Ralph Ramkarran as mischievous. Ramkarran in his January 16, 2016 post on stated that he with Mustapha and Faisal Jafarally in 2011 to rally their support for his nomination as the PPP’s presidential ...

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Wales Estate to be closed , govt announces

Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 January 2016, 8:02 by Denis Chabrol The parlous state of the sugar industry is common knowledge, the government announced through its Information Agency (GINA) Monday afternoon. The new Board of Directors and the Interim Management Committee, appointed in July and June respectively, were charged with, inter alia, bringing a greater level of discipline to bear on ...

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Rohee brands SOCU interrogation as “rigmaroles”

The Leader of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Clement Rohee says that current steps by the Special Organised Crime Unit to question members of the PPP is nothing more than a lengthy procedure that has to unfold. Over the past week several members of that Party and current serving Parliamentarians have been questioned by SOCU relative to a probe at ...

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Linden man attempts suicide after killing wife, stabbing daughter

 A Linden man is currently under police guard at the Linden Hospital Complex after he killed his wife, stabbed his daughter and later attempted to take his own life. A police release has confirmed that 34-year-old Leolyn Sullivan is dead while her 18-year-old daughter Shameka Campbell is currently being treated for stab wounds at the Hospital. Police say that at ...

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Multi-million dollar lawsuits for maternal death, botched delivery

Last Updated on Monday, 18 January 2016, 16:19 by Denis Chabrol The Georgetown Public Hospital and a doctor at the Suddie Public Hospital  are being sued for alleged botched deliveries that resulted in the death of a baby and multiple injuries to a teenage mother and her baby. In a case filed by a battery lawyers, Parbattie Ramdat, in her ...

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Scott to work “quietly” but workers’ rights will be respected

Last Updated on Monday, 18 January 2016, 8:43 by Writer Fresh off his transfer from the Ministry of Communities, now Junior Social Protection Minister Keith Scott has said that he will be conducting his work at the Ministry in a quiet manner. This is after concerns about whether Scott would be able to maintain the momentum started by his predecessor ...

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