Police intervention at Parliament `unacceptable overreaction’ – Private sector

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A policeman in Parliament yesterday trying to evict MP Juan Edghill. The Private Sector Commission (PSC) today said that the involvement of the police in the ruckus yesterday around PPP/C MP Juan Edghill was an “unacceptable overreaction”. A policeman in Parliament yesterday trying to evict MP Juan Edghill. It also said that MPs have a Read More

Police intervention at Parliament `unacceptable overreaction’ – Private sector

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A policeman in Parliament yesterday trying to evict MP Juan Edghill. The Private Sector Commission (PSC) today said that the involvement of the police in the ruckus yesterday around PPP/C MP Juan Edghill was an “unacceptable overreaction”. A policeman in Parliament yesterday trying to evict MP Juan Edghill. It also said that MPs have a Read More

Edghill drama

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Edghill drama – Stabroek News Log into your account Log in for full access to stabroeknews.com. You can also post comments, and manage your email subscription. Drama continued at Parliament today around PPP/C MP Juan Edghill who was later charged with breaching a police barricade and  went of his own volition to the Brickdam Police Read More

Nikki Hartel of Audiotree on a new way to fill out your Eurythmics collection

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A Reader staffer shares three musical obsessions, then asks someone (who asks someone else) to take a turn. The 1972 solo debut of Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir Bob Weir, Ace My current favorite LP from the expansive Grateful Dead family tree is the 1972 solo debut by Dead rhythm guitarist Bob Weir. Released the Read More

Windies fined again for slow over-rate

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(CMC) — West Indies have been slapped with slow over-rate fine for the second straight Test. Kraigg Brathwaite The International Cricket Council said Tuesday the Caribbean side had been two overs short of their target during the second and final Test which they lost by 240 runs earlier in the day at Seddon Park. As Read More

Prime suspect in Lethem illegal aircraft, airstrip discovery recaptured

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The businessman who was previously detained by Police and questioned in connection with the discovery of an illegal aircraft and airstrip at Lethem in August last, but was later released on bail, has since been recaptured by Police. INews had reported that the man, who is believed to be the prime suspect, was released on Read More

Edghill’s “unlawful” arrest: Those responsible will be sued, says Nandlall

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Following the arrest and subsequent release of Opposition Parliamentarian Bishop Juan Edghill, his Parliamentary colleague and attorney, Anil Nandlall articulated that those persons who are responsible for the “unlawful” arrest and detention of Edghill will be sued both in their personal and official capacities. Nandlall during a press briefing held on Tuesday Nandlall during an Read More

Man charged for discharging stolen rounds on elderly woman, her grandchild

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A Corentyne man, who late last month reportedly stole a gun and ammunition then allegedly discharged the rounds at an elderly woman and her grandchild, was on Tuesday brought before the Whim Magistrate’s Court. Suraj Singh Suraj Singh, 26, of Number 72 Village, Corentyne Coast appeared before Magistrate Charlyn Artiga and denied the allegations brought Read More

“We need to raise the standard of our teachers” – Chastanet

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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has stated that the government plans to bring about a “revolution” in education, particularly with enhanced training for teachers. Chastanet, speaking to reporters recently, said that it must be accepted that the current education system is not delivering to the public and therefore not making a significant contribution to economic growth Read More

1,500 people murdered in Jamaica; surpasses 2016 murder toll

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(ANTIGUA OBSERVER) – A total of 1, 500 people have been murdered in Jamaica so far this year, including 51 children, according to figures released by the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) Periodic Serious and Violence Review. Last year, 1,350 people were murdered here. The figures show that nearly 1,400 men have been murdered here since Read More