Monday Pulse: Man arrested after overnight police chase

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A MAN has been arrested after a lengthy police chase across Adelaide. Just after 12.30am, patrols spotted a Holden Commodore sedan on Cross Rd, Hyde Park and attempted to pull it over. The driver refused and officers chased the car for a short distance before the police helicopter took over and monitored the vehicle from Read More

The crocodile strikes

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Wracked by dissention and uncertainty, compounded by the dismissal of Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, known by the nickname of ‘Crocodile’ which he embraces, the army on Wednesday occupied strategic points in Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, and deposed President Robert Mugabe, aged 93 and in power for 37 years. The army, led by General Constantino Read More

Death of a poor man in a beastly country

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The picture of a security guard, with the involuntary movement of his muscles as he lay dying on the Mon Repos public road, is an image I will never forget once I remain a columnist writing about the existential wasteland that is a country named Guyana. There he was, lying face down, his muscles twitching Read More

Neupert and Lopag Trust Investigation Going from Blue to Red at Interpol

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Investigation Advances to Another Critical Level DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, November 19, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — On October 4, 2017, the FIA Interpol investigation was forwarded to Interpol of Pakistan, which filed a Code Blue investigation against Dieter Neupert, Director of the Lopag Dominik Naeff, and Louis Oehri. At that time, sources indicated that Neupert was Read More

AMY TAYLOR: BEAUTY AND BRAINS

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Brooke Mason SUPER MODEL AMY TAYLOR WILL CHANGE MANY PEOPLE’S MIND LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 19, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Supermodel Amy Taylor is a native Californian beauty who has spent most of her life working as a published model. But Miss Taylor is not a regular model. As a model, she has an Read More

Bausejour youth hospitalised after explosion

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November 19th, 2017 2 comments A Beausejour, Gros Islet youth was hospitalised Saturday night after apparently setting off a series of match bombs, emergency services have reported. According to information obtained by St Lucia Times, the 23 year old sustained serious burns about the face and body and was rushed to Victoria Hospital.. The incident Read More

UK gives assurances to CARIFORUM countries

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A British Union flag and an European Union flag are seen flying above offices in London, Britain, March 30, 2016. (Reuters) MORE ARTICLES GEORGETOWN – The United Kingdom is assuring Caribbean Forum (CARIFORUM) countries that while it remains a member of the European Union (EU), trade will continue under the terms of the Economic Partnership Read More

Bus stop survival

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Timia Reece puts forward her case, while proudly representing parish of St Michael. (Picture by Ricardo Leacock) Timia Reece was one of the highlights of Spirit Of The Nation’s parish talent segment last night at the Wildey Gymnasium. With her bulletproof vest, chastity belt, helmet and walking cane, she dealt with issues affecting women in Read More

Education Ministry launches “Smart classroom” to connect schools across the country

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The Ministry of Education is continuing its move to connect schools and classrooms in real-time across Guyana through the use of innovative technology. The first ‘Smart Classroom’ was launched last week at the National Centre for Education and Resource Development (NCERD). The technology connects classrooms in any region of Guyana. This will serve to bridge Read More

Bartica gets its own radio station

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One of Guyana’s newest towns, Bartica, now has its own radio station and residents in the gold mining township are excited about the move. Radio Bartica 95.1FM was switched on yesterday by President David Granger and Prime Minister Moses Nagamotoo. It marked another move by the Government through the National Communications Network to take  more Read More