Our swooping magpie attacks are the worst in the country

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NEW data has revealed what the state’s cyclists and pedestrians have long feared – Queenslanders endure the most magpie attacks in the country. The data from Magpie Alert, a website dedicated to helping people track the winged assailants, shows Queensland has had more reports of the swooping birds than any other state. Since 2013, Queenslanders Read More

Together in Christ Groups begin planning ways to approach others with ‘missionary zeal’

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Home»Home Page»Together in Christ Groups begin planning ways to approach others with ‘missionary zeal’ Eileen Connelly 2017-10-31 Small groups converse during table discussions at “Together in Christ: Saying Yes to Missionary Discipleship.” CT Photo/E.L. Hubbard A gathering focused on the spirit of encounter and dialogue took place Sept. 9 (the feasts of St. Peter Claver Read More

Japanese police find 9 dismembered bodies in suburban apartment

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Takahiro Shiraishi, 27, confesses to killing and cutting up victims before storing them in cold-storage coolers in flat south west of Tokyo By Mari Yamaguch People gather in front of the apartment where police found dismembered bodies in coolers in Zama city, south west of Tokyo Kyodo News/AP (Independent)- Japanese police found nine dismembered bodies Read More

Tourism Awareness Month launched – to focus on importance, benefits of the sector

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Under the theme “Sustainable Tourism – A tool for development” the Guyana Tourism Authority officially launched Tourism Awareness Month, today (Tuesday). According to DPI, this year’s focus will highlight the importance and benefits of the sector locally. GTA Director (ag) Carla James-Chandra, Minister of Business Dominic Gaskin, President of THAG Andrea DeCaires and Kamrul Baksh Read More

Tuschen man charged with causing death of Armstrong brothers, granted $400,000 bail

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The man who drove his motor lorry in a dangerous manner causing the death of the sons of Regional Health Officer of Region 10, Dr Pansy Armstrong, last year, has now been brought before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts. The Armstrong brothers; Jonnell and Phillip Twenty seven year old, Ghansham Dass of 2233 Tuschen Housing Scheme, Read More

Mexican Embassy shines light on Day of the Dead celebrations

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The Mexican Embassy on Tuesday shared the significance of Day of the Dead celebrations with school aged children. Anaeli Victorica explaining the significance of items on an alter set up for Day of the Dead to students from the St Roses Secondary School. Day of the Dead is celebrated every November 2, after All Saints Read More

Father of 9 slapped with causing death charge

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A rice farmer of Corentyne, Berbice was, earlier today (Tuesday), slapped with a charge of causing death by dangerous driving and taken before the Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan. Crumwell McDonald Crumwell McDonald, 67, and a father of nine, denied the charge which stated that on October 28 2017 at the Good Hope Public Road, East Read More

Wanted bulletins issued for Trinis implicated in alleged fake kidnapping

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Remanded to prison: Sawak Maraj Police have issued wanted bulletins for the two Trinidadians implicated in the reportedly fake kidnapping plot of fellow Trinidadian Sawak Maraj in Guyana. Maraj was today (Tuesday) remanded to prison after he was charged for allegedly conspiring with persons to obtain $US700,000 as ransom for his kidnapping. Anil Antonio Mahabir Read More

Judge strikes out request to withdraw Bisram’s murder charge

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-Bisram’s lead attorney ordered to pay State $250,000 in court costs High Court Judge Gino Persaud on Tuesday ruled against the application to have the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) withdraw the case against high profile murder accused Marcus Bisram who is currently awaiting extradition from the United States. Murder accused: Marcus Bisram One day Read More

Driver of ‘well-connected’ bus to be charged over heavy tint

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A day after Stabroek News carried a photo of a heavily tinted minibus on its front page and asked questions about it, the police today announced that the driver of the vehicle is to be charged with breaching the tint laws. There was no word about the owner of the bus. In yesterday’s edition, SN Read More