Four charged over $2.2M Stabroek Market robbery

Four men were yesterday taken before a city magistrate on a charge that they stole over $2 million in cash and valuables during a violent robbery at the Stabroek Market.

Carl Hilliman, a mason of Bourda; Christoph Watts, a bread vendor, of 118 Cowan Street, Kingston; Leon Gittens, a conductor, also of 118 Cowan Street, Kingston, and Kwasi McCoy, a vendor of 7C Fort Street, Kingston, stood in the courtroom of Georgetown Magistrate Judy Latchman, who read them the charge…..

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T&T mom, 44, killed, daughter critical after gunman storms Manzanilla bar

(Trinidad Guardian) A 44-year-old mother of two was killed and her daughter and three other people were injured, after a gunman opened fire in a Manzanilla bar on Saturday night.

Three killed in Perseverance crash

An accident last night on the Perseverance Public Road, Mahaicony, East Coast Demerara has claimed the lives of three persons and has left one hospitalised at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH).

Exxon confirms US$18m bonus

ExxonMobil yesterday confirmed that a signing bonus of US$18M was paid into a Bank of Guyana account last year for the government and it defended its conduct.

Soldier dies after struck down at Pouderoyen

A Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Lance Corporal died after he was struck down early yesterday morning in front of a popular night club at Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara by a drunk driver. 

Signing bonus should be returned to ExxonMobil – Goolsarran

Former Auditor General Anand Goolsarran says that the controversial signing bonus that the government took should be returned to ExxonMobil as it cannot be considered as legitimate.

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