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Daily Archives: May 25, 2018

President announces 2018 National Awards:49 women among those recognised for sterling contributions to national development

Georgetown, Guyana – (May 25, 2018) Forty-nine women from various fields are among those who will be conferred with National Awards by President David Granger as part of the celebrations of Guyana’s 52nd Independence Anniversary. These persons have been recognised for their outstanding service and sterling contributions toward national development. The awards will be presented at an Investiture ceremony slated ...

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Woman admits to responsibility for husband’s death

A 28-year-old mother of three of Soesdyke Back Road, East Bank Demerara on Friday admitted she strangled her husband twelve days ago, police said. The Guyana Police Force indicated that she confessed to killing Julian Anthony Reberio, 32 years, after an autopsy showed he was strangled on May 13, 2018 at about 3 AM. “Asphyxiation due to compression injuries to ...

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Wife, husband in murder-suicide

A man, who stabbed to death his common-law wife, on Friday morning died about seven hours later as a result of carbon tablets he ingested, police said. Dead are Deorani ‘Priya’ Dyal, 20 years, a housewife of 123 Hope Low Land, East Coast Demerara and and Doodnauth Ramlall died. Dyal was stabbed to death at about 9:30 AM and 28-year ...

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Guyana wants to question seven persons in Suriname about deadly piracy attack

Guyana wants Suriname to send several Guyanese back home to be questioned by local police about last month’s piracy attack, Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan said Friday. He said, through Police Commissioner David Ramnarine, a request for mutual  assistance would be dispatched to Suriname “for the witnesses to come over to Guyana and  to be cross-examined by our CID ...

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Barbados Labour Party takes landslide elections victory; gets first female Prime Minister

Reproduced from Barbados Today The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) will form the next government, led by its first female prime minister, and based on unofficial results, it will do so without any official opposition. The BLP demolished the DIP, taking all 30 seats, resulting in the country being without a parliamentary opposition. Counting continued into the early hours of this ...

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