November 12, 2019

Guyana: Venezuelan killed during attempt to steal food, other valuables

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By Carlos Moore From Guyana Guardian A Venezuelan national, who is believed to be part of a group that regularly crosses the border at nights to steal food and other valuables from mining camps was killed last night by security personnel of a mining operation after he was caught trying to escape from the scene. Reports reaching […]

Caricom leaders fed-up of Guyana’s political culture

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By Dennis Adonis From Guyana Guardian “Between the two us, ……. I can tell you frankly that Guyana and Haiti are the two biggest political headaches to the Caribbean Community. ……. Unlike other Caricom member States, your country’s politicians are the most immature, ridiculous, and antagonizing in the Region”. These were the exact words of […]

Tampon parts were left in hundreds of women – Kotex apologize

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By Andrea Fernandes From Guyana Guardian Kotex, a popular brand of Tampon; – the sanitary choice for many Guyanese women during their periods, has been blamed for a number of vaginal infections and other gynaecological problems that have occurred as a result of bits and pieces of the tampons being inadvertently left stuck in them. Citing the […]

Guyana: Republic Bank stole my money – says upset customer

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By Wonita Stephens From Guyana Guardian Putting your money in the bank and knowing that it will be safe there is the primary reason why many persons would opt to happily put their deposits into the trust of licensed financial institutions. But that does not seem to be the case for at least two customers, who […]

Guyana: State says President Granger is speaking – disputes article

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By Wonita Stephens From Guyana Guardian The Ministry of the Presidency is saying that contrary to an article which appeared in this publication today with the headline “President Cannot Speak – Cancer Is In The Throat”, the president is speaking. The administration also stood by the first diagnosis but did not outrightly say whether the […]

Guyana: Satanic bandits attack church – carted off millions in donations

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By Wonita Stephens From Guyana Guardian Hundreds of Children and their families who usually relies on receiving toys, clothing and other goodies from the Salvation Army each Christmas season here in Guyana may not be so lucky this holiday. This is because a group of bandits had attacked the religious organization’s property at South Road […]

Remember the Trini man who had kidnapped himself?

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By Carlos Moore from Guyana Guardian The trial surrounding a Trinidadian man who had allegedly kidnap his own self and then demanded a ransom from his parents for his own self, to free his own self, is coming to an end; – but not without a fight from his lawyers. The defence for the Trinidadian […]

More Guyanese lost their US Visas – revocations now surpass 500

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By Andrea Fernandes from Guyana Guardian A larger number of Guyanese who had previously held 10-year US visitor visas have had their US Visa cancelled or revoked over the last 6 months for various reasons, now adding just around 312 more to an initial figure that was believed to be over 200. It is believed […]

Traffickers paying Guyanese girls airline tickets to come to Barbados

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By Andrea Fernandes From Guyana Guardian In the wake of revelations that an alarming number of Guyanese women are prostituting in Barbados, the Island’s Minister of Home Affairs Edmund Hinckson has expressed the belief that a sophisticated human trafficking network is actually bringing a number of young Guyanese women to Barbados to be involved in […]

State admits that Guyana President Granger is indeed suffering from cancer

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By Dennis Adonis From Guyana Guardian Days after this publication had published a report which indicated that President David Granger was suffering from Cancer, an official press statement sent from the Guyana Embassy in Cuba several minutes ago has now confirmed that the President was indeed diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, a form of cancer. When […]