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Daily Archives: September 6, 2020

Bodies of killed youths found aback West Berbice village; residents block road

Multiple sources are confirming that the bodies of two males were Sunday afternoon found aback Cotton Tree Village, West Coast Berbice. Opposition parliamentarian, Vinceroy Jordon said the boys were “brutally murdered” as their bodies bore chop and stab wounds and their limbs seemed broken. Mr. Jordon said the bodies were discovered at about 3 PM by a search party of ...

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Harmon presses for APNU+AFC reps on State boards; Teixeira justifies choosing reps from small parties

Opposition Leader Joseph Harmon says his A Partnership for National Unity+Alliance For Change (APNU+AFC) is interested in sitting on all State boards, even as Minister of Governance Gail Teixeira justified so far picking representatives from small parties on the grounds that they fought against electoral fraud. “Where the law requires Opposition representatives to sit on Boards, the Government is required ...

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Goldminer ‘Pluto’ shot during argument

A gold miner on Sunday remained hospitalised in a stable condition after he was shot and injured during a quarrel at Blackwater Backdam, Cuyuni River, police said. Injured is 30-year old Albert Nigel Benjamin also known as Pluto of Blackwater Backdam. Police say they are looking for a 46-year old miner of the same area. Investigators were informed that at ...

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Elderly GECOM security guard beaten to death

A  75-year old security guard at the office of the Guyana Elections Commission in Port Kaituma was beaten to death on Saturday, police said. He has been identified as Earl Peters of Ballfield, Port Kaituma Police say the man was rushed to the Port Kaituma Hospital where he briefly regained consciousness and told investigators that an unknown man attacked him, ...

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Demerara Harbour Bridge retractor span problems force closure to marine traffic; barge likely for heavy duty vehicles

The retractor span at the Demerara Harbour Bridge has developed major problems and officials say after Sunday morning at 8:30, marine traffic will be unable to pass for “a few days.” The Ministry of Public Works said the bridge would be retracted under the supervision of engineers to allow marine traffic to pass. “After this opening, marine traffic will be ...

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