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ExxonMobil donates $10M to Guyana’s Hurricane relief efforts

President David Granger, on Tuesday, said that the Government of Guyana welcomes the $10M donation from ExxonMobil Guyana and their partners Hess and Nexen towards this country’s relief effort for countries affected by the devastating storms during the current Hurricane season, which ends on November 30. Rod Henson, ExxonMobil Guyana’s Country Manager hands over the cheque to Minister of State,  ...

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ExxonMobil donates $10M to Guyana’s Hurricane relief efforts

President David Granger, on Tuesday, said that the Government of Guyana welcomes the $10M donation from ExxonMobil Guyana and their partners Hess and Nexen towards this country’s relief effort for countries affected by the devastating storms during the current Hurricane season, which ends on November 30. Rod Henson, ExxonMobil Guyana’s Country Manager hands over the cheque to Minister of State,  ...

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‘Brutalised’ teacher succumbs to her injuries

The 22-year-old woman who was the reported victim of a brutal beating over the weekend and was said to be in an “unresponsive” state at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation has now succumbed to her injuries. Dead is Kescia Branche, a mother of one and a teacher attached to the Richard Ishmael Secondary School. Branche resided in Cummings Lodge, Georgetown. ...

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‘Brutalised’ teacher succumbs to her injuries

The 22-year-old woman who was the reported victim of a brutal beating over the weekend and was said to be in an “unresponsive” state at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation has now succumbed to her injuries. Dead is Kescia Branche, a mother of one and a teacher attached to the Richard Ishmael Secondary School. Branche resided in Cummings Lodge, Georgetown. ...

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Ex-husband, alleged accomplice for High Court trial for Babita Sarjou’s murder

The ex-husband of a woman, whose skeletal remains were found several years later after she disappeared buried behind an alleyway fence, was one two persons committed to stand trial for her murder. Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan ruled that there is sufficient evidence for Sharadananda Narine and Darel Pronton to face trial by a High Court …

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Ex-husband, alleged accomplice for High Court trial for Babita Sarjou’s murder

The ex-husband of a woman, whose skeletal remains were found several years later after she disappeared buried behind an alleyway fence, was one two persons committed to stand trial for her murder. Chief Magistrate, Ann Mc Lennan ruled that there is sufficient evidence for Sharadananda Narine and Darel Pronton to face trial by a High Court …

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Update: Battered Richard Ishmael teacher dies; two policemen implicated

            The badly beaten Richard Ishmael Secondary School teacher, who was rushed to a hospital early Sunday morning, died Tuesday afternoon. She is 22-year old Kescia Branche of Cummings Lodge, Greater Georgetown. The Guyana Police Force said one of two policemen and one of Branche’s male friends have since been …

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Update: Battered Richard Ishmael teacher dies; two policemen implicated

            The badly beaten Richard Ishmael Secondary School teacher, who was rushed to a hospital early Sunday morning, died Tuesday afternoon. She is 22-year old Kescia Branche of Cummings Lodge, Greater Georgetown. The Guyana Police Force said one of two policemen and one of Branche’s male friends have since been …

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Fire destroys ‘Indulge’ boutique headquarters at Corentyne

A Corentyne businessman is suffering an estimated GYD$52 million in losses after an early Tuesday morning fire gutted his main boutique named ‘Indulge’ located at No. 78 village, Corentyne in eastern Guyana. 46-year-old Raj Ramdass of Lot 3 Yard, Springlands, Corentyne, in an interview with Demerara Waves Online News,  stated that he received a call …

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Bail denied for trio charged with Berbice armed robberies

Three men were Tuesday denied bail after being charged with two armed robberies in the Glasgow, East Bank Berbice area. The men, 18-year-old Peter Baker, 22-year-old Leroy Guevara and 28-year-old Aubrey Grant were not required to plea to the indictable charges read to them by Magistrate Alex Moore at the New Amsterdam Magistrate Court. While …

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