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Beepat’s clerk on embezzlement charge

A clerk of Beepat’s Harbedashery Store was Tuesday arraigned for allegedly embezzling GUY$1.4 million from his employer. 26-year old Jason De Florimonte of 131 Pike Street, Kitty was not required to plea to the indictable charge of embezzling then money between August 15 and October 31,2013. City Magistrate Judy Latchman agreed with the prosecution’s grounds for opposing bail and remanded ...

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APNU, AFC differ on method to take back guns from unsuitable persons

Opposition parties- A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) and the Alliance For Change (AFC)- on Tuesday agreed that licensed guns in the hands of unsuitable persons should taken away but they differ on the method. APNU believes that if government stops tinkering with the licensing process and leave it in the hands of the Guyana Police Force (GPF), guns from ...

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Tradesman on armed robbery charge

A tradesman was remanded to prison Tuesday morning after he appeared in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts where he was slapped with a robbery under arms charge. 44-year old Mark Lovell of 44 Friendship, East Bank Demerara entered a not guilty plead to the charge which stated that on November 18 at West Ruimveldt, Georgetown, being in the company of another ...

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‘Used to get myself out to bowl or field’ – McGarrell

by Peter Della Penna(ESPN CricInfo).-The Guyana pipeline has supplied numerous players to the USA national team over the years but the cricketing bond between the two countries is somewhat ambivalent, something not touted by the USA with chest-thumping pride. The link has sometimes been a source of derision for critics of USA’s administration, both from internal and external observers, due ...

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American couple asking help to adopt a child from Guyana

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – An American couple in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States is in the process of adopting a child from the South American country of Guyana. They expected the process to take several years, but suddenly it sped up. Allen and Stephanie Harden were told it would take two to three years to adopt their child from Guyana, but now that ...

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CEBO hosts first Community Based Workshop in Guyana

The regional Creativity for Employment and Business Opportunity (CEBO) is a direct result of the recommendations of the report of the CARICOM Commission on Youth Development which identified entrepreneurship development as a priority in countering youth unemployment.” This was made clear by Programme Manager, Culture Community Development at the CARICOM Secretariat, Dr Hilary Brown at an opening ceremony on Monday ...

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Command of GDF Coastal Battalion changes

Major Collin Henry is the new Commanding Officer of the Guyana Defence Force’s Coastal Battalion. Command of the battalion on Monday passed to Major Henry from its first Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Jaswick Williams, who had been at the helm since March 2011, the defence force said in a statement. In parting remarks, Lt Col Williams who is also proceeding on ...

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Gold miner charged with the murder of Brazilian businessman

A gold miner was Monday arraigned for allegedly murdering a Brazilian businessman as part of a plan to rob the property of GUY$17 million. 37-year old Robert Paul was not required to plead to the indictable charge when he appeared before City Magistrate Judy Latchman. He is accused of killing Venderlier Kienen on November 20 at 111 Miles, Potaro. Paul ...

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