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Daily Archives: Friday, 2 February 2018, 23:02

12-year old shoots 10-year old friend

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 23:18 by Denis Chabrol A 10-year old boy has been shot to his abdomen by his 12-year old friend At Monkey Mountain, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni), police said. The injured boy, John Isaacs, of Taruka Village, Monkey Mountain was shot to his abdomen. His condition was listed as stable. “The suspect and the victim ...

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Gas station pump attendants robbed

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 22:26 by Denis Chabrol A lone gun-toting bandit Friday night robbed three gas station pump attendants while they were in duty at the Shell Gas Station, Mc Doom, East Bank Demerara. Investigators were told that the “identifiable” grabbed just over GY$57,000, property of SOL Guyana Inc, from the female workers at about 7 ...

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Indian rights activist identifies stolen car; leads to more carjacking breakthroughs

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 18:32 by Denis Chabrol Indian Rights activist  and newspaper columnist, Rhyaan Shah has identified her vehicle that was stolen from her late last year at gunpoint,  leading police to two men who are already behind bars, for several similar offences. Sources said in December, 2017 police intercepted Shah’s car, which was being driven ...

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Big German company wants to modernise Guyana’s public health system

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 17:12 by Denis Chabrol The wealthy German industrial conglomerate Siemens is pushing for a stake in  modernising  Guyana’s public health sector, the Ministry of Public Health announced Friday. The three-person delegation, which met recently with Public Health Minister Volda Lawrence and a high-level team with the former rolling out its tentative plans which ...

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Guyana-Suriname maritime boundary dispute settlement influenced ExxonMobil’s oil search

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 16:41 by Denis Chabrol The settlement of the Guyana-Suriname maritime boundary dispute several years ago was an incentive for ExxonMobil to explore and eventually find huge oil fields offshore this country, former Head of the Frontiers Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Keith George said. “If it weren’t for the 2007 Arbitral ...

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Jamaican takes over GPL’s leadership

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 12:32 by Denis Chabrol The Guyana Power and Light Inc. (GPL) on Friday announced the appointment of Mr. Albert Gordon effective February 1, 2018 as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr Gordon is a Jamaican national but stands truly as a son of the Caribbean. The appointment of Mr. Gordon forms ...

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Guyana can go to World Court alone on border controversy- diplomats

Last Updated on Friday, 2 February 2018, 5:22 by Denis Chabrol Guyana can go the International Court of Justice (ICJ) alone on the border controversy even if Venezuela refuses to participate in that process, according to two leading frontier experts Their assurances came against the background of concerns about whether Venezuela first has to agree to have the case taken there. ...

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