Seven men released on bail over murder of Dominican Republic miner

Seven of the ten men who were arrested in connection with the murder of a Dominican Republic miner, Pedro Pablo Rosario, in the Cuyuni have been released on bail by the police.

Crime Chief Paul Williams related yesterday that the men were released after they had been held for nearly a week. He noted that since the arrest of the men on Sunday last, police were granted two extensions to detain the men for investigations.

The crime chief further explained that police are yet to ascertain the quantity of gold the bandits escaped with. “They said the men went away with the mats we do not know how much gold it was,” he said…..


Attorney General condemns charges against ministers as malicious

Attorney General Basil Williams SC today condemned private criminal charges brought by PPP/C MPs against two government ministers as “malicious”.

LIAT CEO: Taxes on flights too high

(Barbados Nation) Caribbean governments are being encouraged to revisit the level of taxation on airline tickets.

Gayle force takes Kings XI top of the standings

KOLKATA, India, CMC – Talismanic West Indies opener Chris Gayle uncorked another gem of a half-century as Kings XI Punjab beat Kolkata Knight Riders by nine wickets under Duckworth/Lewis, to storm to the top of the Indian Premier League standings here today.

Guyanese UK group donates to First Lady’s projects

First Lady, Sandra Granger on Tuesday received a donation of £2000 from the Guyana United Kingdom (UK) Social Development Association (GUSDA) in support of her activities aimed at empowering women and girls in Guyana.

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