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Daily Archives: November 17, 2016

Woman sustains gunshot in mouth

A West Bank Demerara woman sustained a gunshot injury to her mouth on Thursday. She has been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of a private hospital in Georgetown. She has been identified as Ovika Jagmohan Police said the incident occurred at her residence at Boodhoo Scheme, Schoonard West Bank Demerara at about 12:30 PM. Investigators have since detained her ...

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Govt may reduce purchasing price for gold

Medium and small scale gold miners may soon be paid three percent less than the world market price, a consideration that was Thursday condemned by Guyana’s two miners’ organisations. Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman confirmed that the idea is being considered but no decision has been taken. “The discussion on asking gold miners to pay a percentage below the “London ...

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Female suspect in robbery at Rohee’s home remanded

The female suspect who was arrested in connection with the robbery under arms committed at the home of former Home Affairs Minister, Clement Rohee was charged on Thursday. The incident took place on November 9, 2016. Corlette Parks was charged with two counts of robbery under arms. Parks, 49 years, of 4692 Postal Housing Scheme, Georgetown, appeared before Magistrate Lambert ...

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Cocaine mule excreting pellets

A 46 year old, West Demerara resident is under police guard at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation, excreting cocaine pellets, after being nabbed at the Check-in Area of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, police said. He was arrested at about 2 O’clock Wednesday afternoon. Police said transporter, a 35 year, taxi driver also of West Demerara was taken into custody. ...

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FM Greenidge to meet incoming UN Secretary General on Venezuela border controversy

Foreign Minister, Carl Greenidge is  expected to lead a delegation to New York next week to meet with incoming United Nations Secretary General, António Guterres as part of Guyana’ s unrelenting quest to have the border controversy with Venezuela taken to the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Minister Raphael Trotman told a post-cabinet briefing that the meeting would be part ...

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