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(GUYANA CHRONICLE) – A New Amsterdam Technical Institute lecturer is hospitalised after his wife allegedly doused him with a pan of hot oil at their Lot 4 Garrison Road, New Amsterdam, Berbice home. Devon Thomas, 38, had just exited the bathroom with his bath towel wrapped around his lower body when his wife approached him ...

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Read more– Dylan Cotter can remain in Canada, at least for now. The Scarborough man, brought to this country by his family at age 12, was preparing for his deportation to St. Lucia, doing final errands before surrendering himself Sunday morning, Jan. 26, to the Canadian Border Security Agency at Lester B. Pearson International Airport. Then, an […]

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(NEW YORK POST) – This bird smuggler might get cooped up in federal prison. A Connecticut man pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to trying to smuggle 34 live finches stuffed inside plastic hair rollers into the US on a flight from Guyana to JFK Airport. The feds say Francis Gurahoo planned on selling the ...

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(NEW YORK POST) – A Jewish couple from Michigan is suing American Airlines for discrimination after being booted off a flight last year — claiming the crew raised a stink about their alleged body odor, according to a report. Yehuda Yosef Adler, Jennie Adler and their 19-month-old daughter were kicked off the Jan. 23, 2019, ...

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(JAMAICA STAR) – An investigation is under way in the Police Area Two Division to recover what is described as a ‘sizeable’ sum of money that was stolen from two ATMs, one in St Ann and the other in St Mary. WEEKEND STAR sources say the money is in the region of $13 million. Some ...

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(AP) – A black Texas teenager who was told his dreadlocks violate his high school’s dress code is gaining the support of some celebrities as well as $20,000 for college. DeAndre Arnold, 18, appeared on an episode of “The Ellen Show” that aired Wednesday on which host Ellen DeGeneres and singer Alicia Keys presented him ...

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(NEWS ROOM GUYANA) – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday said Guyana will likely deny entry to persons from China as the coronavirus spreads. Further, the Ministry advised that those in Guyana who plan to travel to China should postpone their travel. The Foreign Ministry said persons arriving in Guyana from China, will be ...

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(PRESS RELEASE) – The voice of the National Skills Development Centre (NSDC) thunders in the midst of a silent crowd as she responds “we will go, our youth need our help”. Therefore, on Monday 27th January, 2020 the management team of NSDC headed by General Manager Mrs. Selma St. Prix signed a memorandum of understanding ...

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The Saint Lucia government  officially broke ground Thursday afternoon for construction of WASCO’s new Headquarters in the town of Vieux Fort. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet announced on his official Facebook page Friday that the new building will allow WASCO to improve the quality of service offered to the public, whilst providing an adequate and comfortable […]

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