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Policewoman’s killer commits suicide

The man, who hacked to death a policewoman Thursday morning, hours later committed suicide, Berbice Division Deputy Commander Senior Superintendent,  Edmond Cooper said. He said the body of Clayton “Woody” Anthony was found hanging from a tree at the “waterside” of Number 30 Village, West Coast Berbice. He appeared to have premeditated his action as …

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Policewoman chopped to death; cutlass found

A Guyana Police Force Woman Sergeant, Keneisha Sheriff was killed Thursday morning at her home at Number 30 Village, West Coast Berbice. Police said her throat was slashed by a man during an altercation. They occupied the same building, but it was not immediately clear whether the two were connected in any way. Sheriff was …

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ExxonMobil finds more oil in new well offshore Guyana

IRVING, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) on Thursday announced it made a fifth new oil discovery after drilling the Turbot-1 well offshore Guyana. Turbot is ExxonMobil’s latest discovery to date in the country, adding to previous discoveries at Liza, Payara, Snoek and Liza Deep. Following completion of the Turbot-1 well, the Stena Carron drillship will move …

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Guyana to co-operate to Eliminate use of mercury in Mining – NYCaribNews

Guyana to co-operate to Eliminate use of mercury in MiningNYCaribNewsGEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) | President David Granger will seek to reassure the international community that Guyana will reduce its use of mercury in the mining industry and also elimina...

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Almost done! Promise kept!- PM Nagamootoo says about house at Bath Settlement

Fifty-eight year-old Sheila Harricharan, whose house was destroyed in the recent storm that hit the Bath Settlement community, West Coast Berbice,  will no longer be forced to reside in a makeshift shack as works have commenced to rebuild her home. As was promised by Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo who visited the area some days after, Harricharan …

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Almost done! Promise kept!- PM Nagamootoo says about house at Bath Settlement

Fifty-eight year-old Sheila Harricharan, whose house was destroyed in the recent storm that hit the Bath Settlement community, West Coast Berbice,  will no longer be forced to reside in a makeshift shack as works have commenced to rebuild her home. As was promised by Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo who visited the area some days after, Harricharan …

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Almost done! Promise kept!- PM Nagamootoo says about house at Bath Settlement

Fifty-eight year-old Sheila Harricharan, whose house was destroyed in the recent storm that hit the Bath Settlement community, West Coast Berbice,  will no longer be forced to reside in a makeshift shack as works have commenced to rebuild her home. As was promised by Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo who visited the area some days after, Harricharan …

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Almost done! Promise kept!- PM Nagamootoo says about house at Bath Settlement

Fifty-eight year-old Sheila Harricharan, whose house was destroyed in the recent storm that hit the Bath Settlement community, West Coast Berbice,  will no longer be forced to reside in a makeshift shack as works have commenced to rebuild her home. As was promised by Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo who visited the area some days after, Harricharan …

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Head of SWAT Unit transferred after police force gun, ammo stolen

The Commander of the Guyana Police Force’s Special Weapons And Tactics (SWAT) Unit, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Lonsdale Withrite has been transferred after his service firearm and vehicle were allegedly stolen from him, but Police Commissioner, David Ramnarine is mum about who has replaced him. Ramnarine said Withrite has been transferred to the East Coast Demerara …

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