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Evidence points to suicide  in schoolgirl’s death,  but questions remain

Evidence points to suicide in schoolgirl’s death, but questions remain

-died of drowning, autopsy finds

By Roger Wong Alicia Ali, the schoolgirl whose nude body was discovered on Wednesday at the seawall near Turkeyen, died as a result of asphyxia due to drowning, compounded by compression injury to the neck and blunt trauma to the head, an autopsy found yesterday .

PSC lobbies Ramotar over equitable access for parties to broadcast media

The Private Sector Commission (PSC) has asked President Donald Ramotar to urgently consider measures for equitable access by all contesting..
Three being considered for APNU+AFC list representative

Three being considered for APNU+AFC list representative

The selection of the APNU+AFC coalition’s Representative of the List has been narrowed to three members of civil society from..


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‘Sports lack basic support in Guyana’ - Lumumba

‘Sports lack basic support in Guyana’ – Lumumba

3 hours ago As they prepare to host Group One of the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Champion-ships Alpha United president Odinga Lumumba..
YBG officially  launches  schools c/ships

YBG officially launches schools c/ships

3 hours ago Youth Basketball Guyana (YBG) officially launched the 10th edition of their national School Basketball Championships yesterday at a simple ceremony..
Autographed Golden Jaguars jersey to adorn 704 wall

Autographed Golden Jaguars jersey to adorn 704 wall

An autographed Golden Jaguars official playing jersey will be mounted on the 704 Sports Bar Wall of Fame. According to..
George, Thompson  shortchanged indoors

George, Thompson shortchanged indoors

[caption id="attachment_328254" align="alignright" width="318"] Brenessa Thompson drives to the tape during the Girls 60m preliminaries[/caption] Two of Guyana’s young, prized..
International dominoes tournament set for Easter Weekend

International dominoes tournament set for Easter Weekend

An international dominoes competition is to be played here over the Easter Weekend. This was disclosed by president of the..
Barnwell just looking to do well with bat and ball

Barnwell just looking to do well with bat and ball

3 hours ago Chris Barnwell, the Guyana Jaguars all-rounder said despite recently notching up his maiden first-class century he is not looking too..
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Trini CLICO policyholders to get TT$950m

...Government to be repaid TT$7 billion

(Trinidad Express) Central Bank Governor Jwala Rambarran has announced the repayment of TT$7 billion to government by CLICO, in addition to the pay-out of TT$950 million to CLICO policy holders .


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Somalia hotel siege ends, 14 dead – government

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MOGADISHU, (Reuters) - A hotel siege by al Shabaab militants in the Somali capital has ended and the final death toll from the attack stands at 14, a senior government official said today .


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‘Landlordism’ strangling  the mining sector

‘Landlordism’ strangling the mining sector

- GGMC review shows Bai Shan Lin allotted 72 small scale claims in 2013

A Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) Management and Systems Review undertaken in February and targeting the its Mines, Land Management and Geological Services Division has alluded to what a mining source has described as “evidence of outrageous irregularities” in the mining sector including a “tendency towards landlordism,” which the report says “has taken over the mining industry .


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Ebola: Africa is not that far away

Ebola: Africa is not that far away

By mid October the west - and America particularly- had conceded that it had completely underestimated the threat of Ebola .



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