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GDF solider shot dead at Camp Stephenson, prime suspect arrested

The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) is Monday mourning the loss of soldier , who tragically lost his life in a shooting incident. The GDF has expressed heartfelt condolences to the family of Private Tevon Daymon. The defence force said the incident took place at approximately 4:51 hours at Base Camp Stephenson in Timehri. According to the defence force, the prime ...

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APNU did not contest in all Local Authority areas because of limited resources; confident of Georgetown victory- Norton

Polls opened in Guyana’s Local Government Elections (LGE) on Monday, with Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton saying his People’s National Congress Reform-led A Partnership for  National Unity (APNU) did not contest in all Local Authority Areas but opted to dedicate its limited resources in its strongholds. “In terms of strategy, our strategy was to take our resources and focus it in ...

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Taxi driver detained for leaving child in locked car

A taxi driver has been arrested after leaving a three-year old child in his locked car, police said. Investigators said the driver returned 30 minutes later from his home and rushed the tearful child to the Mahaicony Cottage Hospital where doctors said the child was dehydrated and needed oxygen. The child was transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he ...

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PPP targets votes in PNCR-APNU heartland with promises, evidence

The central  government incumbent People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPPC), in an all-out push to snatch decades-long control of the Georgetown City Council from the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR)-led A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), is banking on its kept promises to win votes from Afro-Guyanese communities. In a frontal appeal to the mainly Afro-Guyanese attendees, he said the evidence ...

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Local gov’t elections are also about national issues- APNU

The opposition A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) on Saturday encouraged Guyanese to vote solidly against the People’s Progressive Party in Monday’s Local Government Elections (LGE) to signal their disgust with a range of national issues. “Let us use our votes to send a message to the PPP (People’s Progressive Party) that life is hard in Guyana. Use our votes ...

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BREAKING: Appeal Court stays suspension of ExxonMobil’s Liza 1 operations, orders US$2 billion clean-up deposit

The Guyana Court of Appeal on Thursday ordered a stay of a High Court suspension order of the Liza 1 operations if ExxonMobil does not provide an unlimited financial guarantee for any clean-up that may be caused by an oil spill. Noting that there was a reasonable prospect for success of an appeal, Justice of Appeal Rishi Persaud also ordered ...

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New Christ Church school to include fire prevention system

The new Christ Church Secondary School, which is expected to be completed by next January,  would include a fire prevention system, the Ministry of Education announced. The seven contracts includes one awarded toA. Ograsein & Sons General Contracting for the installation of fire prrevention units at a value of  GY$6,759,000.00. The Special Projects Officer in the Ministry, Mr. Ron Eastman ...

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Guards tied up, safe carted off from Eureka Medical Laboratories- police

Two security guards have alleged that they were attacked by gunmen, ordered to open Eureka Medical Laboratories door and escorted to the  “boss'” office from where they stole a safe containing an undisclosed amount of cash, police said on Wednesday. Investigators said the perpetrators escaped in a white Toyota Itz motorcar, bearing licence number PPP 4592, which was parked on ...

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Two children burnt to death at Mahaica

Two children were burnt to death in their house at Belmont, Mahaica, East Coast Demerara after their mother left them at home unattended, officials said. They are Anamika Hardat,9, and 3-year old Shameena Hardat. Their mother has been identified as Bibi Shabicka. A usually reliable source said neighbours tried to enter the house but the padlocked premises prevented them from ...

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GECOM denies disenfranchising members of Disciplined Services

The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) on Tuesday denied preventing police, soldiers and prison guards from voting ahead of the rest of the population in Local Government Elections. “Against this backdrop, for anyone to accuse GECOM of willfully disenfranchising members of the Disciplined Forces is malicious and intended to discredit a transparent and efficient process that was evidently successful,” GECOM said. ...

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