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Daily Archives: April 1, 2016

Second Charlestown man gunned down in three days

In what appears to have been a revenge killing, a man was shot dead in Charlestown, Georgetown late Friday night. The dead man has been identified as  Walton “Tuffy” Taylor.  He was shot while seated in a chair at the corner of Adelaide and Sussex Streets, Charlestown. Residents in the area said two men rode up on a CG motorcycle ...

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Alleged granny robber, rapist remanded

A 27-year old man has been accused of raping and robbing a grandmother while she was on duty at a Municipal Day Care Centre at East Ruimveldt, Georgetown, Samuel David George of East Ruimveldt was remanded to prison until April 14, 2016 by Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan. . He is accused of robbing the woman of one cellular phone ...

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Harmon hides behind GINA on BK Tiwari issue

Despite widespread criticism about the now revoked appointment of prominent Guyanese businessman, Brian “BK” Tiwari as a ministerial business adviser, Minister of State Joseph Harmon broke his promise to hold a news conference on Friday to deal with the issue. Instead, Harmon spoke with the state-owned Government Information Agency (GINA) which issued a release and made no reference of the Chairman ...

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Royal Navy crew gives Joshua House facelift

Members of the British Royal Navy that recently arrived on the HMS Mersey docked in Ruimveldt, have taken up some humanitarian work and placed smiles on the faces of the residents of Joshua House in Georgetown. Over the past few days several members of the crew have been painting the inside of the home giving it new life. The walls ...

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Oscar Clarke says he would have resigned if accused of child molestation; all up to Winston Harding

Even as embattled A Partnership for National Unity’s (APNU) City Councillor, Winston Harding declined to say whether he would give up his seat over child molestation allegations,  General Secretary of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), Oscar Clarke said he would have resigned if those accusations had been leveled against him. “I would resign! You know why I would have resigned? ...

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Chase-Green struts to mayorship; Duncan follows as Deputy

After the March 18 Local Government Elections, Patricia Chase-Green was Friday, April 1, 2016 elected Mayor of Georgetown. Chase-Green who was a former Deputy Mayor will be the fourth female Mayor of Georgetown as she replaces Hamilton Green. Her nomination was made by Oscar Clarke and was seconded by Alfred Mentore both of whom are APNU Councillors. Her nomination went ...

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