A Christmas Message for Children From Pop Star Lilia Mai

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Lilia Mai, photo credit: Elena Kalinina A Christmas Message for Children follows here from Pop Star Lilia Mai in this Exclusive Interview with The Hollywood Sentinel. I was born with strong faith in God in my heart…that faith grew bigger and bigger. For me, God is the creator of all the beauty, love and miracles Read More

$160M for Police Intelligence in 2018

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The Ministry of Public Security will spend in excess of $160M to expand the Guyana Police Force’s intelligence capacity in 2018. Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan, defending his ministry’s budget allocation in the National Assembly According to the Department of Public Information (DPI), Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan told the Committee of Supply Read More

Cops probing death of Golden Grove taxi operator

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Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a taxi operator/labourer of 92 Golden Grove, East Coast Demerara, which occurred shortly after 07:00hrs today (Friday).   Gloyd Montrose, 39, who, whilst operating his taxi at Haslington, ECD, about 07:00hrs, began feeling unwell and sought the assistance of a police mobile patrol, to take him Read More

PPP’s motion to include US$18M oil bonus in 2018 Budget dismissed by Speaker

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-Illegality being perpetrated by the House if monies not incorporated – Jagdeo The People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) on Friday in the National Assembly advanced a motion to incorporate the US$18M signing bonus that Government received from ExxonMobil into the 2018 Budget. Speaker of the National Assembly, Dr Barton Scotland The motion called for Finance Read More

President says only legal challenge or advice could result in transfer of US$18M oil bonus

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By Micheal Younge President David Granger today refused to accept that his Government committed a criminal act when it failed to deposit a whopping $US18M dollars into the Consolidated Fund which it negotiated for on behalf of the people of Guyana and received from oil giant ExxonMobil as part of an amended agreement which would Read More

Man remanded for robbing male sex workers

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Of the four men who allegedly robbed two male sex workers on Wednesday last, one was today (Friday), remanded for the crime. Twenty-four-year-old, Michael Macy appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts and had the charges read to him. The first charge alleges that he, on December 12 2017 at Croal Street, Georgetown while being together Read More

Trio accused of multiple counts of armed robbery remanded

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The trio that were reportedly apprehended in an Agricola, East Bank Demerara (EBD) house after they allegedly robbed a number of minibus passengers were on Friday before Magistrate Leron Daly to answer to four counts of armed robbery. The three men, Eon Trotman, Kevin Abrams and Anthony Damon where all jointly charged for the offenses Read More

Breaking: Soesdyke Post Office stormed, robbed by gunmen

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The Soesdyke Post Office, East Bank Demerara (EBD) was this afternoon stormed by two gunmen who made off with a quantity of cash from the office vault. The incident occurred at 14:05hrs while the Post Mistress, 52-year-old, Grace Gibson of Grove Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara (EBD) was alone at the establishment at the time. Read More

65 vehicles belonging to police officers stripped of tint-Traffic Chief

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Traffic Chief Dion Moore said that the Guyana Police Force (GPF) Traffic Department has extended its tint campaign to include ranks of the force. The Traffic Chief was at the time speaking at the Department’s annual year-end press conference at the Traffic Headquarters Eve Leary. Traffic Chief, Dion Moore According to a release from the Read More

Guyana and Canada see improved commercial relationship

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Canadian High Commissioner Lilian Chatterjee. (DPI) MORE ARTICLES Guyana has become Canada’s largest merchandise trading market as the bilateral commercial relations between the two countries increase. Related articles The Canadian High Commissioner, Lilian Chatterjee, at the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s (GCCI) annual award dinner recently, noted that merchandise trade has increased from $297 Read More