Security guard dies in Poudroyen accident

A 60-year-old security guard attached to the West Demerara Regional Hospital died on Sunday morning after he was struck down by a car. Dead is Keith Redmond  of Bagotville , West Bank Demerara (WBD). The man was making his way home around 0500hrs on Sunday when he was stuck down by a speeding motorcar. Reports

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Agriculture is in safe hands

— Harmon tells Region Three agriculture expo MINISTER of State Joseph Harmon has called on farmers, producers and entrepreneurs of Region Three to graduate from being raw producers to engaging in value-added production. “We must look for the “Made in Guyana” brand and we must recognise that this is the brand of the future; the

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Malicious — AG denounces charges agaist Lawrence, Norton

— calls for DPP review ATTORNEY General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Basil Williams, SC. has described the move on Thursday by People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Members of Parliament (MPs) Juan Edghill and Vickram Bharrat to file private criminal charges against Minister of Public Health Volda Lawrence and Minister of Social Cohesion Dr. George Norton,

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Patching things together

Single mother of four says vulcanising is her passion AS STEREOTYPICAL as it may seem, today, a majority of women are still often found behind a desk, neatly dressed and ready to type their life away on a computer. Rarely do you find a woman who is ready to dedicate her time and effort to

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Gov’t to meet RUSAL, Oldendorff employees

–to discuss way forward in wake of US sanctions GOVERNMENT will be meeting with workers of both the Bauxite Company of Guyana (BCGI), a subsidiary of the Russian aluminium firm RUSAL, and German carrier, Oldendorff, in the new week to discuss the impact US sanctions will have on both companies’ operations here. Meetings are also

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‘Things looking up’

Circuitville residents working to develop squatting community FOR MANY years the residents of ‘Circuitville’ – a squatting community situated on the Linden-Soesdyke Highway – have been dependent on a small creek and most importantly their ability to capture rainwater but life is getting tougher for residents there, particularly during the dry season. In a quest

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Recruitment agency found jobs for 1000 last year

THE Central Recruitment and Manpower Agency has found jobs for 1000 job seekers of the some 2000 it registered last year. The majority of the persons seeking jobs are between ages 15 to 35, Chief Recruitment and Manpower Officer, Valarie Moore told the Department of Public Information (DPI). She said for 2018 (January to March),

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Taking the JUMP

French World Traveller FOR Antony d ‘Oliveira, eking out a living in the suburbs of Paris haunted him, especially since what he really wanted to do was explore the world. When he was 20 years old, the young adventurer- feeling disillusioned- decided to take the bold step and follow his dreams. Today, Antony is officially

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Pedal cyclist dies in Sophia accident

A 72-year-old security guard on a bicycle was killed while returning home Friday night after a taxi driver ran into him on Dennis Street, Sophia. Dead is Mohanram Kelawan of South Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara. Police said initial investigations have revealed that both the motorcar, HC 7724, and the pedal cyclist were proceeding west

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Motivation gets you going but discipline keeps you growing

I AM still on a natural high from my Linden trip. It was awesome. My trip started as the chief judge for Happily Ever After by Miss Creative Hands which I attended with my baby sister and assistant, Denielle, who has been like my right hand lately. Next morning, the worship with Pastor Sills and

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