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(JAMAICA STAR) – Former local Premier League footballer Roberto Fletcher has been charged with the 2017 murder of Ashley Thompson, and wounding with intent of another man. Fletcher, who is known more popularly as ‘Haitian’, was described by a colleague as a man who tried to stay away from trouble. “Him always try walk the ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Health and Family Life Education Department of the Stanley Jon Odlum Memorial Secondary School has embarked on an Anti-bullying Campaign. The purpose of this program is to sensitize students, teachers, parents and ancillary staff of the dangers of bullying and to create a more conducive learning environment. On Monday, October 22, ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) – A woman and a taxi driver found themselves before the Chief Magistrate on Thursday jointly charged for allegedly trafficking ecstasy. The duo, Kelder Halley, 21, of Gibson Street, Guyhoc Park, Georgetown and Samuel Bruce called Samie Waltz, 25, of Tucville, Georgetown both denied the allegation brought against them. It is being alleged ...

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(CMC) – Jamaica became the first Caribbean nation to qualify for a senior Women’s World Cup by defeating Panama 4-2 on penalties to claim third place in the CONCACAF qualifying tournament here Wednesday. Dominique Bond-Flasza scored the winning spot-kick after both teams had battled to a 2-2 draw at the end of regulation and extra-time. ...

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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) – A popular party promoter was on Friday remanded to prison by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan for possession of cocaine. Thirty- one- year- old Wyette Amsterdam called “Legacy” appeared at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court and denied the charge which allege that on October 17,2018 at the Stabroek Market Square in the vicinity of ...

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(INEWS GUYANA) – The Custom Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) on Wednesday evening intercepted a Mocha Arcadia, East Bank Demerara man with 559 Ecstasy pills weighing 219.7 grams. The suspect, Kenton Haynes was arrested between Charlotte Street and Orange Walk, Georgetown. Based on reports received, Haynes and other males were arrested and taken into custody after agents ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – In the approach to Christmas, just as the island’s contractors and painters are pressed to get properties holiday ready for the peak season, Harris Paints introduces a new resource to help professionals easily identify recommended paint systems to effectively coat almost any surface, in any condition. The quick reference guide known as ...

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(CMC) – Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves says a claim by a suspended police officer that he was beaten by the acting Commissioner of Police, Colin John, and other officers will not be investigated. Gonsalves, who is also National Security Minister, said his administration was committed to the fundamental rights and freedom of all persons ...

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(KAIETEUR NEWS) – While it was paying $25M per month to use a house in Sussex Street as a drug bond, the APNU+AFC Government still found it necessary to store drugs at Ocean View International Hotel. This was revealed in the Auditor General’s report covering a review of the fiscal year ended 2017. The report ...

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A pregnant woman was among passengers who were rushed to hospital Friday, when a concrete wall at Active Hill collapsed. They were among some nine passengers in the minibus that was hit the falling wall. A parked car was also damaged but there was no one inside at the time of the accident. The minibus […]

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