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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 03:32:34

    …Urge others to ‘vote like a boss’As Guyanese await the results of the 2015 general and regional elections with bated breath,, youth voters seem to have a particular interest in this election and have taken to social media to show their pride in partaking in this year’s election.Photos and status updates began popping up early Monday morning hours, – and sometimes mere minutes after polls opened across the country at 6:00am.Whether they were from Linden, Georgetown,, or the East Coast,, youth voters showed that they had exercised their franchise by displaying their inked right index finger in photos.Many used the opportunity to urge their fellow youths to get out and vote before polls closed at 6pm.“Regardless of which party is declared the victor, this will be a success for electoral participation in Guyana, especially with young and old first-time voters coming out in their numbers,,” one youth, Derwayne Wills, declared in a status update.He continued,, “I saw middle-aged people today who said this was their first time voting. One woman said she did it ‘Like a Boss!’ Ah loving it. Get out and vote people! Make this turn out a major one!”Wills had returned to Guyana from Trinidad where he is studying, to vote. Other youths have indicated that they too have returned just to cast their votes.“It’s what bosses do; it’s what people who want to control their futures do—people that will have a right to complain – it’s what they do. I made a smart choice. I voted,,” another youth posted.While most youths used social media to do some serious advocating, others chose to make some light-hearted humour while advocating at the same time.“There should’ve been an ‘iVoted’ party tonight. Your inked finger being a ticket— lol. Go #VoteLikeABoss Guyana!” one young woman posted.This year’s elections season has seen high participation by Guyana’s youths. In particular,, a number of groups,, including the Guyana National Youth Council (GNYC) and the Blue Caps, have been particularly vocal on the importance of youth in deciding the next government.The groups have also been advocating for more youth participation and have launched a number of campaigns to encourage youths to vote. The “Vote Like A Boss” phrase has been the most popularly used slogan this year, following the launch of a campaign by the same name.In fact, the GNYC has embarked on a competition which opened yesterday morning.The competition is known as the “selfie with inky” where youth voters are urged to send in photos of their inked right index finger in front of their polling places.Only last week,, the group held a voter education fair and concert on Main Street to target the electorate. Evgeni Malkin Jersey Ted Lindsay Jersey Sidney Crosby Jersey Frederik Andersen Jersey John Klingberg Jersey Mike Gartner Jersey Artemi Panarin Jersey Valeri Nichushkin Jersey Conor Sheary Jersey

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    “Not Supposed To Sing The Blues”,, the new video from Swedish hard rockers EUROPE,, can be seen below. The clip was directed by Patric Ullaeus of Revolver Film Company, who has previously worked with DIMMU BORGIR, LACUNA COIL, IN FLAMES,, SONIC SYNDICATE and KAMELOT, among others.”Not Supposed To Sing The Blues” is the first single from EUROPE’s ninth studio album,, “Bag Of Bones”, which will be released on April 27 via earMusic/Edel. The CD,, which features a guest appearance by blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa (BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION),, was produced by Kevin Shirley, who has previously worked with IRON MAIDEN,, JOE BONAMASSA, BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION, BLACK STONE CHERRY and JOURNEY,, among others.”Bag Of Bones” track listing:01. Riches To Rags02. Not Supposed To Sing The Blues03. Firebox04. Bag Of Bones05. Requiem06. My Woman My Friend07. Demon Head08. Drink And A Smile09. Doghouse10. Mercy You Mercy Me11. Bring It All HomeThe “Not Supposed To Sing The Blues” digital single was made available on March 9.Commented EUROPE singer Joey Tempest: “Kevin Shirley did such a great job capturing the spirit of this band. He just let us do our thing and then pushed us and our songs to the max. Finally we express ourselves completely without restraint. Straight from heart and soul. It took some time but we have arrived!” Added EUROPE guitar virtuoso John Norum: “Why drive VW beetle when you can drive a Rolls Royce?! ‘Bag Of Bones’ is a classic rock album with lots of class. Even my mom likes it!”Regarding the new CD title,, EUROPE drummer Ian Haugland said, “It’s not [called ‘Bag Of Bones’] because we all have lost tons of weight or found a new interest in archeology or dogs… It’s just because it sounds fuckin’ cool!” Charles Haley Cowboys Jersey Morgan Brian Jersey Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Michael Jordan Bulls Swingman Jersey Gary Carter Mets Jersey Emre Can Jersey Nike Rams #99 Aaron Donald Royal Blue Alternate Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Dennis Maruk Capitals Jersey

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    Radio Metal recently conducted an interview with Mike Mangini, the new drummer of progressive metal giants DREAM THEATER. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.Radio Metal: It is clear in the “Spirit Carries On” documentary that you were the one who wanted to be in the band the most. Do you think that this played in your favor when they had to choose a drummer?Mangini: Yes, it played in my favor to a point. It played in my favor because my heart and my mind were aware. In other words, I was very alert. I showed up very prepared and skilled. Because I wanted to be in the band, I learned everybody’s parts. I was very respectful of everybody. Wanting to be in the band was like the seed of a tree. And everything that comes from a good seed is good. So it played in my favor because it made everything else easy for me. Where it did not play in my favor is that the band really could care less if twenty drummers wanted to be in the band, because they needed somebody that could actually play the best. I had a flawless audition, I had no mistakes. I’m the only person that played to that level, I think,, and that’s why I was chosen.Radio Metal: When a new member of a band is introduced to the fans, the reaction can sometimes be negative and even aggressive when replacing a much-loved member. However, according to the forums, it seems that you have been welcomed with much enthusiasm. Why do you think this is?Mangini: I believe this is because I’m the thing of the fans. I believe they think I’m one of their family. I have demonstrated things to make them believe this my whole career. In other words,, when the opportunity of being in DREAM THEATER came to me, I didn’t change the way I was. I’ve always liked Mike [Portnoy, former DREAM THEATER drummer], I’ve always been respectful of him, I’ve always like DREAM THEATER, I’ve always been respectful of them. I’ve always been a lover of drums and drumming, I’ve shared myself with the world. I sign every autograph,, I talk to people. And I’ve been doing this for twenty years. So I didn’t become somebody different,, and because DREAM THEATER fans are very knowledgeable,, and because they appear to be very intelligent to me, I believe they did their research. I don’t have to pretend, they know me already,, because I’ve demonstrated this my whole life. I think that’s why they’re comfortable with me.Radio Metal: Mike Portnoy and John Petrucci [DREAM THEATER guitarist] have stated that it would be impossible for them not to play together again in the future considering the tight bond that links them. Do you feel as though there is an impending threat hanging over you?Mangini: No, not at all. And the reason why is that I like Mike very much. He’s a friend. I now have new brothers in DREAM THEATER,, and when you love somebody,, you let them do what they need to do. So I don’t feel like it’s hanging over my head at all. I feel very comfortable I’m in the band for good. Mike’s not coming back,, and that’s the deal. I’m the drummer, and that’s the end of it. I feel confident of that. My confidence doesn’t come from being told that; it comes from the fact that I know I will continue to work hard for them to want me to be there.Read the entire interview from Radio Metal. Troy Tulowitzki Blue Jays Jersey Stephen Curry Team USA Jersey Wholesale China Jerseys Juwan Howard Wizards Jersey Lynn Swann Steelers Jersey Marc Staal Rangers Jersey China Jerseys Online

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    St. John’s,, Antigua – A brawl in Long Street between two female co-workers – during which one was badly bitten on the finger – has resulted in an EC$500 compensation order. Chauncey Alfred was charged with wounding as a result of the April 2 altercation.Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh ordered her to pay the money immediately or spend six months in prison.Alfred told the court that she couldn’t afford it as she has two children to care for. Walsh told her she should have thought of her children before having a brawl in the middle of town. Alfred was also informed that the sentence was not subject to barter.The Guyanese defendant later paid the sum. Alfred and the victim were both employees of the Ministry of Social Transformation.The victim told the court that Alfred attacked her and it was while she was trying to fend her off that the defendant bit her finger.A nearby police officer broke up the fight. Both women were taken to St John’s Police Station where Alfred was later charged.The victim was seen by a doctor who noted that the finger was bitten to the bone. Alfred denied inflicting the injury.But Chief Magistrate Walsh did not believe her. Walsh asked the defendant if she was suggesting that the victim bit herself on the finger all the way to the bone.Alfred has a previous conviction for causing grievous bodily harm.(Antigua Observer) Kurt Warner Rams Jersey

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    ALICE COOPER drummer Glen Sobel — whose other credits include Vivian Campbell, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES,, SIXX: A.M. and Paul Gilbert — recently participated in Woodstick 2012,, an annual event in Kirkland,, Washington that draws drummers from all over who bring their own drum kits to play together as well as with the house band. Sobel,, along with his ALICE COOPER bandmates Ryan Roxie and Orianthi,, jammed with the house band and 450 drummers on “School’s Out” and “I’m 18”. Video of last Sunday’s event can be viewed below. Other celebrity guest drummers included Thomas Lang, Tim “Herb” Alexander (PRIMUS,, A PERFECT CIRCLE),, Alan White (YES, JOHN LENNON),, Jeff Kathan (PAUL RODGERS), and renowned educator Mike Johnston, among others. All guest drummers were featured in solos and many of them conducted clinics earlier in the day. Sobel is currently touring the U.S. with ALICE COOPER,, who is set to perform on the Wednesday, November 28 episode of Conan O’Brien’s nighttime talk show on TBS, “Conan”. NFL Jerseys China Cheap San Jose Sharks Jerseys Cheap Chicago Cubs Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap Pittsburgh Penguins Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys NFL Cheap Boston Red Sox Jerseys

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    “I felt like it was her time to die” – suspect tells copsA 27-year-old Guyanese woman, Yollanda Gonsalves, was stabbed to death on Tuesday by her husband of two weeks,, in Queens, New York.Gonsalves,, who left Guyana a little over three months ago, was a resident of Seaforth Street, Campbellville, Georgetown. She was a cosmetologist by profession,, and described by a close friend as a loving individual.The alleged killer, Miguel Pichardo,, confessed after he was apprehended by police officers when he was returning to the scene of the crime.The New York Daily News reported that the man,, who was charged with killing his wife, “confessed to the felony and detailed to cops how he disposed of the body”.According to Assistant District Attorney, Kristen Papadopoulos, in statements to the press,, Pichardo’s confession was bizarre. “I felt like it was her time to die,,” the suspect told police, according to court papers. “I slapped the f——g s—t out of her.”The US citizen chillingly told detectives that he looked into his girlfriend’s soul as he killed her,, and then wrapped her body in a rug. He then demonstrated the gruesome act with a bagel and a paper plate at the stationhouse, cops said.Pichardo, who shuffled slowly into the courtroom wearing a blood-stained Tyvek suit, stood silently as Papadopoulos read the charges against him.A few members of his family in the courtroom broke into tears as they saw him enter.Marc Laykind,, his lawyer, told the judge he was having trouble communicating with Pichardo, saying he would not acknowledge anything he said.Pichardo was ordered held without bail. The court-appointed attorney waived Pichardo’s right to a speedy trial, meaning the DA will have until at least July 1st to get a grand jury to indict him.According to a close friend of the now dead woman in Guyana, “Yollanda was a very loving, caring and pleasant woman that was easy to get along with and would always put herself before others”.Gonsalves’ Facebook page revealed that she attended Golden Grove Secondary School and had also resided in the British Virgin Islands. Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys

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    Irate residents attack driver Returning home from a Valentine’s Day wedding, 21-year-old Community Policing Officer Navindra Seeram,, of Middlesex, Essequibo, was struck down by a speeding taxi, HB 2139, at approximately 23:00 hours, along the Hibernia Public Road on the Essequibo Coast.The car which killed Navindra Seeram Seeram, who was attached to the Suddie Police Station,, had just left a wedding celebration in the Middlesex village,, and was walking home when he stopped to urinate on the eastern side of the road.The driver of the taxi, which was travelling north along the public road reportedly at a fast rate of speed, lost control of the vehicle, which struck Seeram before ploughing into a fence.Seeram was taken to the Suddie Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival. He had sustained multiple head injuries and broken limbs.Following the collision, bystanders reported that the driver of the taxi, David Livan,, 52, of Airy Hall, Mahaicony, attempted to flee the scene of the accident.Public-spirited citizens caught him and administered a sound thrashing on him.A police report said that the driver of the motor car was reportedly attacked by irate residents,, and has been admitted a patient at the hospital.Just last week, there were three road fatalities in Essequibo.On February 9, Ariel Sahoye, a three-year-old girl of Tuschen Housing Scheme, East Bank Essequibo, was killed when the bus that usually drops her home from school ran her over, killing her on the spot.In the early hours of the same day,, a fatal accident occurred at Maria’s Lodge Public Road,, Essequibo Coast, when motor pickup (GLL 4229) collided with a taxi (HB 5037), resulting in the death of Abdool Zainool, 46, of Middlesex,, Essequibo Coast.Passenger of the taxi, Mohamed Zaman,, 36, of Vilvoorden, Essequibo Coast, was admitted to the Suddie Hospital. He was hospitalized until his death on February 12.The recent upsurge in road fatalities in the Essequibo region has prompted Essequibians to call on the police to clamp down on speeding motorists. Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap Los Angeles Rams Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys

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    – KingAn urgent Executive Council meeting has been scheduled for today by the Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) to address what its leadership perceive as the negligence on the part of the Education Ministry to pay teachers their Whitley Council Leave allowance.This is according to President of the union,, Mr Colwyn King, who said that based on an agreement which came into being in the year 2006,, the Education Ministry had indicated its willingness to pay teachers their allowance in April of each year.GTU President Mr Colwyn King The agreement, King said, meant that whether a teacher becomes eligible for the allowance in January or December, April would remain the month of payment.The process as agreed upon was fulfilled last year but for some reason this year the payment of the allowance to teachers was altered by the Ministry without bothering to consult with the union,, King disclosed.He pointed out that instead of paying the teachers in April,, the Ministry decided to pay teachers as they become eligible.According to King,, several teachers had brought their concerns to the union in hope that the matter could be rectified.“Some of these teachers have already budgeted for this money…because they know that there was an agreement for them to be paid in April…”King said that based on the teachers’ concern, the union held several meetings with officials from the Ministry. This saw the payment date being changed from April to May to June,, and then to July. Today the Ministry is paying the teachers only when they become eligible for leave.Teachers become eligible for one month’s Whitley Council Leave which is exclusive of school holidays,, after every continuous tour of duty lasting four years. The allowance associated with this type of leave amounts to the teacher’s full monthly salary which does not attract any deductions.The situation which according to King represents yet another blatant breach of an agreement by the Education Ministry is in fact beginning to agitate both teachers and the union. He expressed optimism that continued talks with the Ministry will yield some favourable response.The matter will be further discussed at the union’s executive level today, a forum from which King believes that the way forward on the matter will be determined.However, Education Minister,, Shaik Baksh, is adamant that the Ministry is not late in paying teachers their allowance.The Minister admitted though that the union had in fact made a request for the teachers to be paid in April even if they become eligible for payment in December.According to the Minister, the union in essence expects the Ministry to pay the teachers an advance which the Ministry had agreed to facilitate.The Minister disclosed that the total number of teachers eligible for the allowance is 1,,719 of which 1,370 have been paid to date.However, Minister Baksh said that based on the recognition that teachers are being paid before they become eligible for payment and due to the fact that the union seems aggrieved over a non-existent, issue the Ministry will in fact discontinue the process from next year. Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys

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    Chief Justice (ag) Ian Chang has ruled in the High Court that Robert Corbin can no longer perform the functions of President General of the Guyana Labour Union (GLU).The application challenging this was filed by attorneys-at-law Ashton and Pauline Chase on behalf of the General Secretary of the GLU, Carvil Duncan.Chang ruled that the ex-parte injunction orders,, granted in December last by Justice James Bovell-Drakes,, restraining Duncan and the GLU from preventing or restraining Corbin from discharging his functions as President General of the GLU until the holding of elections, in accordance with the rules of the GLU, be discharged.The order in December had prohibited Duncan and the GLU from acting upon and/or implementing the purported decisions of a meeting of the National Executive Council held on the 16th day of November, 2007.It also directed Duncan to produce the audited financial statements of the Guyana Labour Union for the years 2000, 2001 and 2002, and the un-audited financial statements of the same union for the years 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 to each and every one of the plaintiffs, namely Corbin and the President,, Stanley Troyer.Duncan was also prohibited from withdrawing or in any other way disbursing monies,, funds and money held in accounts belonging to the GLU without the signature and/or approval of the President General, or in his absence, that of the President, in accordance with the Rules of the GLU.Duncan was also barred from declaring or announcing the results of elections purportedly held by the Union in October, 2007, or at any later time by any person other than Godwin Mc Pherson, who is the duly appointed Returning Officer for the elections,, among others.Problematic issues arose in the GLU during the last Triennial Conference when several members of branches claimed not to have been given an opportunity to make nominations for the GLU National Executive Council for the triennium 2007 to 2010.The issues should have been forwarded to the Returning Officer for determination, but the duly appointed Returning Officer,, in an official report to the Union, stated that he was unable to make any declaration of the elections as, among other issues, he was not provided with the relevant information by the General Secretary to carry out his assignment.When members of the National Executive Council attempted to hold a duly constituted meeting of the National Executive Council, the General Secretary refused to call the meeting on the dates proposed, and instead summoned another meeting of the NEC on Saturday, November 17, 2007. However, on that day, when some National Executive members turned up for the meeting, they were informed by a guard at the gate that Duncan had left a message stating that the meeting was held the previous evening on November 16.Prior to this date, however,, Duncan had written to Corbin, informing him that he was not a member of the Union; that as keeper of the records of the Union, he found no record of Corbin ever being a member, and advising Corbin that he could not conduct any business on behalf of the Union.At the same time, Duncan declared President Stanley Troyer unfinancial and ineligible to participate in any further meeting of the Union.In his ex-parte application by way of affidavit for the interim injunctions, Corbin not only asserted that he was a member of the Union since 1980,, but exhibited his membership card, which was signed by Duncan himself and which stated that Corbin was admitted to membership of the Union since July 12, 1980. Corbin also exhibited one of his receipts showing that he had paid $18, 800 for membership dues. Members of three branches had also earlier moved to the court, and after attorney-at-law Ashton Chase entered an appearance for and on behalf of Duncan,, this matter was scheduled to be heard on January 7, 2008.Justice Chang made the ruling on June 17 last. Cheap NBA Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys

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    Mark Fordyce,, Norton Street,, Georgetown,, was granted bail by (ag) Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry for pilfering a bottle of perfume and 23 artificial gold rings which he probably thought at the time was real gold.The accused who was unrepresented pleaded not guilty.The allegation was that on November 5,, last,, at Regent Street,, Georgetown he stole the items.The Magistrate granted Fordyce $25,,000 bail and he was told to return to court on November 29,, when the matter will be called again. Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic

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    – but Jagdeo gives away Guyana’s to friends and familyA multi-billion US dollar auction for six blocks of airwaves has attracted huge interest in that North American country.It has also starkly highlighted how Guyana deliberately set about giving away what is one of its most valuable assets.According to the New York Times online news, a government auction of airwaves for use in mobile broadband has exceeded expectations, becoming the biggest auction in the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) history.The demand for the electromagnetic spectrum or frequencies as they are known would signal how phone companies expect demand for internet will soar in face of rising popularity of smartphones.FCC collected bids of more than US$34B as of Friday afternoon for six blocks of airwaves, totaling 65 megahertz of the electromagnetic spectrum. That total is more than three times the US$10.5B reserve price that the FCC, as the US regulators, put on sale.US authorities are now expecting prices for these precious assets,, which are limited, to rise further, because the auction has no definite end and could continue for days or weeks.The previous record was US$18.9B raised in a 2008 sale of airwaves that, because of their lower frequency, are considered more attractive for wireless phone use than the current batch.The spectrum is so expensive that a group representing broadcast television stations is considering giving up theirs for sale in the FCC.’s next auction, scheduled for 2016.The success of the auction has been fuelled largely by the pent-up demand for years without an auction and which coincided with the explosive popularity of smartphones and mobile broadband.The response to the FCC auction is more surprising, given that the airwaves’ high frequency makes them less attractive for wireless use than those sold in the last auction or scheduled for the 2016 sale.Dr. Ranjisinghi‘Bobby’ RamroopBenefit to countryAbout US$7B of the proceeds will be used to finance the building of a nationwide public-safety communications network, known as FirstNet, with the remainder going to the Treasury.What makes the auction more interesting for onlookers,, is the fact that the frequencies up for auctions are currently occupied by Government agencies, including branches of the military, which had to be cajoled to agree to move out or to share portions of them.The relatively high position on the electromagnetic spectrum of the blocks being sold also cast doubt on their attractiveness.Higher-frequency waves generally have more trouble passing through buildings, making them less desirable for mobile phones, although they are able to carry lots of data, increasingly important to wireless broadband.Frequencies, according to the New York Times report, are being sold include two blocks in the 1695-1710 megahertz band, and four paired sets of frequencies at 1755-1780 and 2155-2180 megahertz.The next scheduled broadcast spectrum auction, in 2016, involves frequencies in the 600 megahertz band.The last such sale was in 2008,, when the iPhone was barely a year old and demand for mobile broadband was at a relative trickle. “Today, as consumers’ stream video and share photographs with many more phones, tablets and other devices, demand for bandwidth has exploded.”Some analysts have also speculated that because the auction of broadcast television bands currently scheduled for 2016 has already been delayed twice, buyers might be skeptical that those frequencies will come to market on schedule — giving them extra incentive to buy now rather than wait.Verizon Wireless and AT&T are assumed to be among the big bidders in the sale. But Dish Network could also be in the running.Some prices are truly eye-popping. The price for licenses in a 20-megahertz block of paired frequencies covering New York and Long Island, and portions of adjacent states stood at US$1.96B Friday afternoon. In the bidding round that starts Monday morning,, the minimum bid is more than US$2B.E-Networks,Vishok PersaudHead of Quark Communications, Brian YongNothing For GuyanaThe US auction will have huge significance for Guyana as it will continue to highlight how valuable the airwaves are considered for some countries while Guyana gives it away to friends and family.Closer to home, Jamaica has been moving to auction its electromagnetic spectrum, while places like India, Canada, the US, Europe and Australia have all been fine-tuning the allocation of the frequencies under auctions.The bottom line for the countries is that there is big money to be made from the telecoms companies who are willing to spend to acquire the spectrums.The issue of the airwaves became a burning issue following an announcement by Government in late 2011 that former President Bharrat Jagdeo doled out several frequencies before he was due to step down in November of that year.The radio frequencies went mainly to his best friend, Dr. Ranjisinghi ‘Bobby’ Ramroop, the ruling party, and to an overseas-based sister of sitting Natural Resources Minister, Robert Persaud.These three were given multiple frequencies allowing them countrywide coverage.Others were granted single frequencies, giving them limited range in their transmissions.It will also be recalled that frequencies were given by Jagdeo to E-Networks and Quark Communications Inc., two companies he has close links with, to go-ahead to run cable TV services.Quark, E-Networks and Global Technology’s iNet Communications are now standing at the head of the line for telecoms licences that will be automatically granted to them once new laws before the National Assembly are passed. 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    By Latoya Giles The preliminary report into the Prittipaul trawler explosion has slammed the seafood company for its lack of safety methods. It further cited that the fire was caused by a faulty alternator which was exposed to a sparking wire.The report, which was released yesterday, identified several problems and made recommendations that the company should adhere to.The report stated that had the alternator been carefully checked, serviced, repaired or replaced with a proper functioning one, this casualty might not have occurred.Based from the statements gathered from the crew members, the Board of Investigators concluded that nothing could have been done when the fire instantaneously engulfed the vessel but to try to save themselves.In a detailed report it was explained that the vessel, Captain Lloyd 97, was owned and operated by Pritipaul Singh Investments Inc had been taken on a test run on June 18, last which lasted about 45 minutes. Conducting the test was a mechanic Ray Griffith, who was not certified to do so.On leaving the vessel the mechanic told the crew to inform the captain that everything was functioning effectively.Captain Delbert Williams, whose body was never recovered, took command shortly after the mechanic had taken the vessel for a test run. The vessel left for sea the following afternoon.According to the report while at sea it was Elvis Todd, who was also injured in the fire,, who said that Orlon Munroe was the person who observed that the alternator had an exposed wire.Munroe, in turn, reported it to the captain. The report states that it was Munroe who attended to the problem.Although the vessel had started to encounter problems, this did not force it to stop.The crew continued its voyage towards the shrimp grounds. About 0300 hours the following morning (Saturday June 19, 2010) the crew then put out the shrimp nets and commenced trawling.Todd further reported during the investigation,, that he began to prepare breakfast some time between 04:00 hours and 04:30 hours after the nets were overboard.He said that the captain then instructed him to leave the galley and to tend a hose which was to be used to transfer diesel fuel from one compartment of the starboard fuel tank to another compartment of the same tank.At this time Munroe and the Captain were in the engine room.Todd was further instructed to allow the dirty water from the hose to run out then put the hose in the fill for the fuel tank and signal him when that was done.The fuel started to flow and he Todd immediately heard screaming coming from the engine room.In narrating the sequence of events Todd, the report stated, that he looked back towards the engine room and saw the deck already engulfed in flames and the galley door ��ly��open.It was reported that Todd ran to the bow and saw fire coming through the accommodation windows. Elvis Adams and George Fitzpatrick who were also injured were already at the bow.He then saw Munroe who was in the engine room with the captain,, run out through the starboard wheelhouse door engulfed in flames and jump overboard.The accommodation and wheelhouse were engulfed in fire. He then heard the engine stop. Todd threw Munroe a line but it was too short,, then he saw the Captain come out through the after engine room.Graphically Todd in the report said that Williams was in his underwear alone, most of his skin was burnt off, his hair was burnt off, his heels were almost coming off from his feet and he was bleeding from his knees down.The captain saw Munroe in the water and instructed that he Todd, launch the lifeboat, and crew member Adams assisted him in launching it. The lifeboat started drifting away so Adams jumped overboard and swam towards it, climbed into it and paddled towards Munroe with his hands, as no paddles were provided on the trawler.Adams then assisted Munroe to get into the lifeboat.The seas being rough, the lifeboat could not be controlled without the paddles so it drifted away. The captain being fearful that the trawler would explode decided that the vessel had to be abandoned. Williams was then assisted into a shrimp box which was put overboard. The cover for the shrimp box was then put overboard, Fitzpatrick jumped on to the cover and Todd jumped overboard and held on to it. The injured crew members were rescued by another vessel.Munroe who sustained burns over ninety percent of his body and who was interviewed by this newspaper had said that he and the captain were in the engine room about to transfer fuel when the alternator wire which had an exposed section was being handled by the captain.Munroe said that the captain wanted to place it in a position where it would not come into contact with anything, but as soon as he lifted the wire it began sparking, the sparks made contact with the hot main engine which was running, and the entire engine room immediately became engulfed in flames.They were all taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital where Munroe died several weeks later.Recommendations ��.The company, according to the Board of Inquiry, should urgency seek to develop a Quality Management System and it is impetrative that the author of this management system be qualified and experienced consultant with relevant nautical knowledge and competence.Further, the report recommended that a company occupational health and safety manual which must include health and safety on board vessels.More so, the report recommended that Prittipaul must seek to appoint persons who have the relevant skills and qualifications. ��t would be unacceptable if the company employs persons without any maritime training of any sort and place them in key positions of management of maritime operations.��he company should also consider employing a qualified mariner among the shore staff, or seek the services of a marine consultant to periodically check that all things in relation to the vessel are in compliance with the regulations.Another recommendation was that job descriptions for each position within the Company is compiled, documented and should form part of the Quality Management System.The changing of the format of the Captain�� Report/ Work Sheet was suggested.A column is also needed to record exactly what action is taken when defects are reported. 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    … “Grey Areas”being probed, will inform any police involvement – Dr Prem MisirThe probe launched by the National Communications Network Inc (NCN) was centered “only” on allegations of financial irregularities surrounding the State-owned media entity and the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company’s Jingle and Song Competition.This was the official word from Dr Prem Misir who serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors at NCN.He told this publication yesterday that while the probe centered solely on transactions related to this issue,, several other deficiencies at NCN were uncovered and he conceded that “there are still some grey areas.”Chairman of the Board of Directors of NCN, Dr. Prem MisirDr. Misir said that while there were intimations for police involvement earlier in the probe, the company would like to verify, internally,, what had transpired,, before calling in the police,, and reminded that at present some money is still to be accounted for.He was speaking to a payment made to NCN by GT&T. It is unclear where the money is, he said.Dr Misir said that today NCN will continue its probe with a view to locating the money. He was quick to point out that it is not a case where it has been determined that the money is missing, but rather at this point it is unaccounted for.While he could not at the time speak specifically to the Chief Executive Officer Mohamed ‘Fuzzy’ Sattaur’s resignation, Dr Misir said that it was a failure to adhere to standard and proper accounting practices that would allow for a cheque intended for NCN to find its way into Programme Manager Martin Goolsarran’s private account.He said that Goolsarran has paid a penalty for his involvement in the financial irregularities, even as NCN continues its internal investigations.He did emphasise that this is not something that could have happened without the knowledge of ranks at NCN’s hierarchy above Goolsarran.According to Dr Misir, it is clear that there was a ‘major screw-up’ in terms of adherence to internal accounting standards. He did remind that it was the budget cuts that sparked the initial probe when NCN was taking stock of its accounts.On Friday,, last,, the CEO of the state-owned NCN, Mohamed ‘Fuzzy’ Sattaur tendered his resignation. He was faced with a simple request from President Donald Ramotar, “Resign or be fired.”Following the probe into the financial irregularities,, NCN’s Board of Directors, headed by Dr. Misir,, made several recommendations to the Minister of Information, who in this case happens to be Head of State, Donald Ramotar.This publication understands that the probe unearthed the fact that there were severe managerial problems at the state-owned company hence, the recommendations which included severing ties with Sattaur.Sattaur, who is also the administrator of a number of the ruling PPP’s entities, including Red House and Heritage House, was suspended by the NCN board of directors headed by Dr. Prem Misir,, following claims of insubordination some time ago.However, he was reinstated by the then President Bharrat Jagdeo who had intervened in the matter.

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    – Opposition An Indian company’s promised multi-billion-dollar hotel investment, that has so far failed to materialize,, has sparked calls by the Opposition for answers regarding the details of the deal.Members of A Partnership for National Unity told Kaieteur News yesterday that the delay in the construction of the hotel, which was promised about five months ago,, is a clear indication that the India-based investors are not serious about that venture.APNU’s Shadow Minister of Finance, Carl Greenidge, said that the cost of the Sun and Sand Hotel, US$54M,, was only announced to legitimize the cost of the controversial Marriott Hotel, which is being constructed at almost US$60M.From observations,, he opined that it is clear “that the true intention of the India-based investors is to secure a strong hold in Guyana’s mineral sector.”President Donald Ramotar and Bhushan Chandna, turningthe sod for the construction of the new hotel back in July.Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC), Khemraj Ramjattan, also commented on this issue.It is clear that based on reports and the lack of information on the project, it has now become imperative that Government provide Guyanese with answers, he said.“We had a big ceremony in July in which the company promised to invest US$54M for a hotel. We presume that land belonging to the taxpayers was involved. We believe that concessions were granted. Now we are hearing that the project may not be happening.“Government has more than an obligation to tell Guyana what is happening here,” Ramjattan added.Also of major concern to the Member of Parliament are reports that Sun and Sand is throwing all its efforts behind gold and diamond mining.“There are also very few details in which media reports said that prospecting licences under the control of a prominent firm have been transferred. One has to wonder whether this was the real intention all along.”The AFC official, whose party has seven of the 33 Opposition-controlled seats in the National Assembly, said that moves will be made to question Government about the details.“We have few details of this deal. It was announced suddenly and we would like to know whether any mining concessions were tied to the hotel construction.”In early July,, Government issued press invitations for the sod turning of the hotel at Liliendaal, East Coast Demerara. There was not much mention of the project before.It was disclosed, then,, in the presence of President Donald Ramotar,, that construction was to start immediately. Also there were Tourism Minister, Irfaan Ali; former President Bharrat Jagdeo and Managing Director of BK International, Brian Tiwarie.The US$54M five-star, luxury hotel and casino was to have included 163 rooms.On Saturday, Tiwarie hinted that his company may have pulled out.“I am not really the local contractor you know… I just watching over one and two fine things. Is me friend dem, man. I just looking over some things for them but they are here right now. You should call them and ask them why they ain’t start as yet.”The Managing Director of the Hotel Project,, Bhushan Chandna, has been very illusive. Since the extravagant launching of the hotel, Kaieteur News had invited Chandna for an exclusive interview.He had promised an interview with the newspaper two days after the sod turning but was a no show. Calls to ascertain why he did not turn up for the meeting were answered by his associate who related that the Managing Director had diarrhoea.The meeting was rescheduled to Tuesday, July 15, last. However,, even on that agreed date, Chandna was not available and later informed that he was leaving for India and would return within a week’s time.Since then, Chandna has remained unreachable even on his India- based cellular number he had given to Kaieteur News.Calls to the Managing Director on Sunday, did not bear much success as his assistant who answered his mobile number insisted that he was not in Georgetown.The associate was asked the reason for the company not commencing construction. “The Company is not really looking at the hotel business right now. It is focused on other interests, but I can’t say (at this time).“Mr. Bhushan will be here on December 1. The people for the mining are here, but not for the hotel. I cannot tell you much about the hotel business.”A source at the Lands and Surveys Department confirmed that the Indian firm is still to complete payments for the Liliendaal lands.

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    World AIDS Day observance– Commodore BestAs Guyana continues its fight against HIV/AIDS and putting an end to stigma and discrimination, Chief of Staff of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Commodore Gary Best, has revealed that while the GDF is actively involved in a number of preventative HIV/AIDS methods,, some officers and ranks within the GDF display stereotypical behaviour.During the HIV observance ceremony held at the Camp Ayanganna auditorium yesterday on the occasion of World AIDS Day, Commodore Best told the gathering that these ranks and officers are hesitant at times to take the lead as it relates to HIV/AIDS.However, the Chief of Staff noted that the GDF continues to work with these officers and ranks. Sessions were held with them under the GDF HIV/AIDS prevention programme.Commodore Best added that the GDF cannot ignore the HIV crisis in the country, but acknowledged that slowly the stigma and discrimination attached to the virus is disappearing as more people live and work with HIV.Commodore Gary Best“Slowly in the GDF, we too have learnt to live with and care for those who fall ill to this disease.”He explained that much is being done in Guyana to ensure that facilities are built or upgraded and provide the relevant technology to tackle the disease.Currently,, the GDF now has 58 trained and certified HIV/AIDS counselors and 72 testers.Programme Manager of the GDF HIV/AIDS Prevention Programme,, Beverly Gomes – Lovell,, noted that the observance of the day provides an opportunity for governments and national AIDS programmes to demonstrate the importance of the fight against HIV/AIDS.She also noted that World AIDS Day is about increasing awareness and fighting prejudice and improving education.Additionally, Charge d’ Affaires of the United States Embassy,, Karen Williams revealed that in Guyana, PEPFAR has allocated over US$100 million for the fight against HIV/AIDS over a six-year period.Since 2006, the US has also dedicated approximately US$1 million to the GDF HIV programme, which has proven to be very successful.“The US is committed to continuing our support of such achievements which helps to prevent the spread of HIV in Guyana. However,, we know that there are a number of obstacles that threaten the success of HIV prevention, but we cannot succeed in this fight of HIV/AIDS alone,” Ms Karen Williams said.She added that for the nationwide programme over the next five years, the US would place more emphasis in partnering with Guyana to build its National HIV/AIDS Response through the Ministry of Health.Recently, President Barrack Obama repealed the HIV entry ban and the international AIDS society can now hold their conference in the US in 2012. The last such conference was held way back in 1990 due to the ban.Programme Manager for the National AIDS Programme Secretariat (NAPS), Dr. Shanti Singh,, commended the GDF for its work in spreading HIV/AIDS awareness. She noted that the force has much to be thankful for, given that the high quality of work done in HIV has borne fruits.Dr. Singh explained that the force contributed close to one-third of the testing counselors during the recently concluded National Week of Testing. According to Dr. Singh,, while NAPS seeks guidance for the many challenges seen ahead to combat HIV/AIDS, prevention remains the cornerstone of their actions as they work towards universal access,, particularly on how to strengthen their efforts to deal with the virus.However, the major challenge remains to persuade people to change their behaviour. She explained that most of the population sees the soldiers of the GDF as role models and they are therefore poised to influence the young people to maintain a healthy and discipline lifestyle.

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    The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T) has accused the Public Utilities Commission of making accusations against the phone company without first determining if the contents are accurate.A release issued by the phone company,, stated that this is an attempt by the PUC to seize a public relations advantage over GT&T, by gaining press coverage before they can respond to correct the record.The phone company was responding to press releases issued on Saturday, in which the PUCcalled for a full disclosure from the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph (GT&T) of its submarine project.The Commission had expressed the view that GT&T’s reply was “misleading to the Guyanese populace, to the business community, the State and the Regulator” about the project.In responding, the telephone company described as “disturbing,,” the PUC’s threat to recommend giving other international licenses in violation of Guyana law and GT&T’s license.“Does this mean that the PUC have given up on the ongoing negotiations between GT&T and the Government to obtain GT&T’s consent to relinquish its exclusive franchise at the end of next year?”The PUC’s licensing threat is especially curious,, since the PUC has no authority to issue an international license,, the release noted.Giving a license to other international carriers will not prevent fibre optic cables from being cut in Suriname,, which is what has happened in this case,, the GT&T Public Relations office said.It added that giving a license to other carriers cannot stop unknown parties from engaging in “a campaign of tricks” against GT&T.To set the record straight,, the release stated that there was a cut in the Americas-II cable connectivity on Thursday last, due to road construction in Suriname.The cut was repaired in four hours, it stated,, but no voice communications were interrupted.“Full data connectivity also was preserved for subscribers whose services included redundancy feature. No national security issues were raised.”In addition,, it was stated that the telephone company’s services in Regions 7, 8 and 10 were interrupted, due to an act of sabotage near Loo Creek on the Linden Highway.“We would note that the nation has experienced a series of severe electrical outages. Where are the PUC’s press releases expressing outrage? Why isn’t the PUC threatening to recommend giving licenses to new electrical companies? And what about the sewerage sector?”

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    Tortured teen… “We call on Commissioner Green to account immediately!”Leader of the People’s National Congress Reform, Robert Corbin, yesterday, in a statement to the media, said that his party condemns the most recent reported acts of torture by ranks of the Guyana Police Force on a 14-year-old while in their custody a few days ago.Robert CorbinHe stated that the shocking photographs published in the Kaieteur News, yesterday, provide evidence of the reprehensible conduct of the ranks,, allegedly from the Leonora Police Station, and the situation requires an immediate response from the Commissioner of Police, Henry Greene.He stated that no justification can be offered for such brutal acts.“The fact that the ranks could feel comfortable inflicting such grievous bodily harm on a human being, including the setting alight of the youth’s genital area after soaking it with methylated spirits,, only confirms that the culture of the force permits such behaviour.”According to Corbin, the state-of-mind of the guilty ranks of the force also needs investigation and the incident suggests the need for serious psychological evaluation of members of the GPF.He recalled that only three days ago, the party stated that PPPC officials appear to be suffering from paranoia whenever the issue of torture in Guyana is mentioned.The Party Leader stated that regrettably the Administration, which is a signatory to the UN Convention Against Torture, seems comfortable with the state of affairs in Guyana. “The refusal of the Jagdeo Administration to take condign action whenever such cases are reported has conveyed the impression to the security forces that such behaviour is acceptable.”According to Corbin,, Article 2,, Paragraph 2 of UN Convention clearly states that, “No exceptional circumstances whatsoever,, whether a state of war or a threat of war, internal political instability or any other public emergency, may be invoked as a justification of torture.”He stated that the Convention therefore places a direct obligation on the Government to respond positively to ensure that the provisions are not breached. The record of the PPP in this area is however dismal.“Guyanese have not forgotten the brutal torture of Edwin Niles while in the custody of the Guyana Prison Service and the reluctance of either the security forces or the Government to take any action until there was a public outcry. To date, there has been no explanation or known investigation on the torture of Patrick Sumner, Victor Jones, David Zammit and many others by the security forces.”He recalled that in January 2008, army personnel, Michael Dunn, Alvin Wilson and Sharth Robertson, made public their allegations that they were tortured by senior officers within the Guyana Defence Force.“Amidst the public outcry, the Government finally announced the appointment of a Board of Inquiry within the GDF. The Party’s stated position on February 7, 2008, was that the only credible way for the investigations into the allegations of torture to be done, is by an independent commission, consisting of upstanding citizens of this Republic whose integrity are beyond question.”The Government, he charged, covered up the matter by refusing to publish the report of the so-called inquiry and Robert Persaud,, Minister of Agriculture,, chose to disrespect the National Assembly by defending the GDF torture as “roughing up”.“The attitude of the PPP/C Administration in condoning torture was further highlighted by their prolonged refusal to debate a motion on torture brought to the National Assembly by the PNCR. When the motion was finally debated, it was evident that the PPP had no remorse or any respect for the people of Guyana.”According to Corbin,, “These examples support the contention that the PPP/C Administration has been condoning torture in Guyana in breach of their obligations under the UN Convention Against Torture and in violation of the Constitution of Guyana,, which guarantees every citizen the right to protection from cruel and inhumane treatment.”The PNCR leader said that no self-respecting people could allow, “this state of affairs to continue in Guyana. It is time for the Commissioner of Police to account to the people of Guyana. It is also time for the people to consider the necessary action to be taken to ensure that there is discipline within the ranks of the security forces so that there will be no further reports of torture.”Corbin cautioned that the PNCR will be persistent in its quest to end these unconstitutional activities, “We call on Commissioner Green to account immediately!”

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    “As It Happens”, the long-running interview show on CBC Radio One in Canada, recently spoke to Jason Becker, a onetime guitar prodigy first known as part of the metal duo CACOPHONY, and Philadelphian filmmaker Jesse Vile, who directed the documentary film “Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet”. You can listen to the segment using the audio player below starting at around the 40-minute mark.”As It Happens” interview with Jason Becker, Jesse Vile (audio): The DVD version of “Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet” was released last December in North America via Kino Lorber.The world premiere of “Jason Becker: Not Dead Yet”, took place on March 3,, 2012 at the Cinequest film festival in San Jose,, California at the San Jose Repertory Theatre. “Not Dead Yet” won two awards at at the Cinequest: Audience Award for Best Documentary and the Special Jury Prize for Documentary. Jason Becker was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease) at age 20,, shortly after joining David Lee Roth’s band for the gold-selling 1991 album “A Little Ain’t Enough”. Although the disease robbed him of his ability to play guitar — and eventually left him both paralyzed and unable to speak — Becker continues to compose music with the help of computers, collaborators, and a system of communication using eye movements that was devised by his father Gary. Even after his once prodigious axe skills left him, Jason’s music continued to earn the respect of his peers. Joe Satriani called 2001’s “Perspectives” — Jason’s first recorded work after losing his motor functions (originally self-released in 1996) — “a triumphantly powerful and beautiful album.” Fellow virtuosos joined the chorus of praise,, including Steve Vai, who said, “Jason has discovered a brilliant source of inspiration within himself. His deep soul searching has resulted in a body of music that reveals courage and insight and is deeply moving.” Jason’s original partner in CACOPHONY,, Marty Friedman added, “To call Jason a genius is an understatement. He doesn’t cater to trend, target audiences,, marketing gimmicks or anything like that. He plays out the emotions from his heart and makes real music that is a salute to the human spirit. Jason is a prodigy and on ‘Perspectives’ he realizes his miraculous potential.” Jason’s most recent album,, 2008’s “Collection”, is a mix of old recordings and new compositions, with guest guitar work from Satriani,, Vai, Friedman,, Michael Lee Firkins, and Greg Howe. For more on Jason Becker and his fight with ALS, go to Wholesale MLB Jerseys Cincinnati Reds Jerseys China NHL Jerseys China Houston Rockets Jerseys China Wholesale China NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys NBA Jerseys China MLB Jerseys China Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys

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    The Ministry of the Presidency has come out explaining the recent visit of Minister of State, Joseph Harmon to China.The media had anticipated a press conference hosted by Harmon, given his comments at the Marriott on Thursday. But instead of a promised press conference,, it was the Ministry that issued a statement that spoke about the trip.He had told reporters Thursday that he was preparing to hold a press conference and would answer all questions.He refused then to be drawn into answering any questions, saying that he does not want to give two bites of the cherry.According to the Ministry yesterday, Harmon and In-House Legal Counsel at National Industrial and Commercial Investment Limited (NICIL), Natalia Seepersaud, returned from an official trip to the People’s Republic of China on Thursday.The purpose of the visit was to engage in discussions with regard to the payment of the US$5M balance owed for the purchase of 20 percent of Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) shares by Chinese company, Datang Telecom Technology and Industry Group.The shares were controversially sold by NICIL in 2012.According to the Ministry, this deal was entered into by the previous administration but only US$25M of the agreed US$30M was paid.The trip to China was to discuss this issue and see if Guyana can collect the balance, President David Granger said Thursday.The trip came under scrutiny after it became known that Minister Harmon was accompanied by businessman/contractor, Brian Tiwarie and Larry London, Chairman of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority.The statement from the Ministry of the Presidency made no mention on Tiwarie being on the trip.“Minister Harmon reported on his return that the investigations and enquiries that were conducted by the Guyanese delegation were highly successful. The team’s report will be submitted to the Board of Directors of NICIL for deliberations,, after which,, a full statement on this matter will be issued.”The statement said that “separately, but during the same period”,, a team from the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) comprising Head Project Coordinator,, Fitzroy Corlette and Supervisor,, David Hermonstine, along with the representative of the Chinese companies in Guyana, Clinton Williams,, visited China to participate in negotiations with NUTECH,, a Chinese security scanning equipment supplier,, for the acquisition of containers and baggage scanners.“NUTECH is recognised as one of the world’s top providers of security scanning equipment. The company produces scanners that are used to effectively prevent the trafficking of contraband such as explosives, narcotics and radioactive substances.”The Ministry said that the acquisition of security scanners by the GRA is aimed at strengthening air, land and sea port security and to help in the fight against the trafficking of illegal drugs.“The GRA team and NUTECH both expressed satisfaction at the outcome of the negotiations and the Guyana Revenue Authority is expected to issue a separate statement on this matter shortly.”There were reports that Minister Harmon’s trip was to discuss a purchase of a plane for Government.With regard to Tiwarie, he came under fire this week after Kaieteur News ran a story on his appointment on January 19th, 2016 as Ministerial Advisor on Business Development.The appointment was made by Minister Harmon.On Tuesday, hours after the story broke, President David Granger rescinded the appointment.He later explained that the appointment was not Government sanctioned.He said that there is a Minister of Business, Dominic Gaskin, and he had not requested any help, or advisors.Tiwarie’s appointment and trip to China was seen as a slap to the face by supporters of the Coalition Government who took to social media to vent their anger.Tiwarie, a contractor and businessman who has holdings in quarrying, aviation, real estate and other ventures, was reportedly close to the previous administration, receiving several multi-million dollar contracts. Authentic Taj Gibson Bulls Jersey Al Horford Celtics Jersey Clyde Drexler USA Jersey Kobe Bryant USA Jersey Kyle Korver Hawks Swingman Jersey Wesley Matthews Mavericks Swingman Jersey Stephen Curry USA Jersey Michael Jordan USA Jersey Chris Mullin USA Jersey

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    Unhappy with Government’s management of the country, Barbados Opposition is preparing the people for a vote of no-confidence, though it holds a slim minority of seats in parliament.That presents an opposite scenario to Guyana’s parliamentary politics where the combined opposition holds a slender majority of one seat, and despite its stated dissatisfaction with Government’s administration has not spoken about a possibility of a no-confidence vote.Barbados Labour Party MP,, Dr. Maria Agard addressing her constituency Sunday.Since 2011,, Guyana’s opposition,, of the APNU and AFC, has commanded 33 of the 65 seats in parliament. The Barbados Labour Party lost the election or a second term in February and became an Opposition holding 14 to the government’s 16 seats.Now,, despite the relatively short time and fewer seats the BLP has spoken of a possible vote of no confidence and wants people to be prepared for it.That was the message BLP Member of Parliament representing the district of Christ Church West,, Dr. Maria Agard,, passed on to her constituents at the district’s annual general meeting Sunday.She spoke of the island’s prolonged challenges and worsening economic problems over the past five months. She said that the Government was not heeding the opposition’s advice.Financial woes of the Barbados government appeared to be taking the economy to breaking point when last month Prime Minister Freundel Stuart announced a need to cut at least Bds$400 million (Bds$1 = 50 cents US) from budgeted spending within eight months.This was compounded with a downgrade in its international credit rating last week.For these reasons,, Agard said,, she was relaying the call from Opposition Leader Mia Mottley,, “Be on the alert and be ready, because we do not know the date or the hour when this country will need to move a motion of no-confidence against the Democratic Labour Party for all the lies and deception that led to their re-election to a government that they now cannot service”.“We must always be in a state of readiness for elections,” she said. “We ask you to stand with us, to support us, to give us your everything as we go forward.”She said, “All Barbadians should be on the alert; we should be aware of what is happening in our country. I am simply positioning them to be conscious citizens of Barbados. We need to be informed citizens. It places you in an ideal position to make the necessary decisions when opportunity arises”. Anthony Davis USA Jersey Jimmy Butler USA Jersey Scottie Pippen USA Jersey Authentic Tristan Thompson Cavaliers Jersey Carmelo Anthony USA Jersey Kevin Love USA Jersey DeAndre Jordan USA Jersey Tristan Thompson Cavaliers Swingman Jersey Kevin Love Cavaliers Swingman Jersey

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    The local sugar industry is facing an even bleaker future with prices sliding to their lowest levels sinceGuySuCo CEO,Dr. Raj SinghFebruary 2009.The dismally low prices come at a time when the country failed over the last three years to lock in a multi-year agreement with its biggest customer in Europe – Tate & Lyle – leaving the country at the mercy of the international markets.This week, the price for a pound of sugar on the world market went down to US$0.12.This simply means that should the prices on the world market remain on course – and there are not any immediate indications of significant movements upwards in the immediate future – Guyana would be selling sugar in the vicinity of a highly uncompetitive US$265 per ton.At the most, according to industry experts, the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) would only be able to rake in around US$325 per ton for its premium Demerara Gold from the Enmore Packaging Plant.This is extremely significant if taken into account that GuySuCo’s top officials told Parliament last year that the entity is producing sugar for more than US$0.35 per pound.In effect this means that GuySuCo is producing sugar at almost US$800 per ton, selling back at a highly unprofitable US$300 per ton.For the layman, this means that GuySuCo’s losses from its sale of sugar are estimated at a shocking 60 percent for every pound of sugar produced. 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    African head wraps are both intriguing and stunning and today you will get a chance to see just that when the African Cultural and Development Association hosts its Emancipation Day festival at the National Park.In Guyana,, the elaborate head wraps are sometimes seen at weddings, funerals or some other special occasion. But perhaps like no other day, August 1 is when the ladies choose to go all out in African fashion.Volda Quallis wears a Nigerian head-wrap synonymous with a celebration.Far from being used for functional reasons (such as hiding hair loss),, in Guyana wearing an African head piece is about the style and about the statement you want to make.And you can get a head wrap to match almost any colour and fabric you choose to wear. But just a word of caution: they are expensive!If you want to get the best design,, something that really stands out, we suggest you find “Lilies in the Valley Arts and Craft Creation.” Long name, yes, but fabulous designs.In the booth today at the National Park, you may find Volda Quallis. From Long Creek on the Soesdyke/Linden Highway,, she specialises in West African head wraps.Quallis says that wraps are made according to the occasion,, since the different designs carry meanings.She has been designing head wraps for the past ten years and draws her influence from the Africans of Suriname, where she spent some years living. Her forte is particularly Ghanaian and Nigerian and her fabric is specially imported at this time of the year.Sadly, though,, it was hard to find someone making head wraps for men. Maybe there will be someone at the National Park today.Research shows that head wraps have served as a head cover for Africans, mostly women, since at least the early 1700s.According to Danya London Fashions for All, a group of African slave women appear in a 1707 painting that was created by Dirk Valkenburg, a Danish painter, that depicted them wearing head wraps that appeared high on the forehead and above the ears.However,, it is believed that African cultures used head wraps before the days of slavery so that men could show off their wealth and the level of their social status and so that women could prove that they were prosperous and spiritual.A cultural significance of the African head wrap is that African women typically secure the wrap using a knot at the base of the crown which leaves the neck and forehead exposed.Part of the reason for this is to make the facial features appear striking so that anyone that wishes to look upon an African woman would look up at her face rather than down at her body. Cheap Jerseys USA NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Shop Cheap Jerseys Stitched Cheap Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Online

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This payment would come from Sithe Global once the project is successful.However,, Ram made it clear that government has a responsibility to ensure that the country’s assets are protected from “opportunists” who may come knocking.“In the case of Fip Motilall, the government appears to have conspired and colluded in these efforts.”There had been accusations that Synergy Holdings was incapable of undertaking any major projects.Government awarded a major US$15.4M contract to build the access roads to the Amaila Falls project site. Already, the work is said to be way behind schedule and Government has advised Motilall to hire sub-contractors to assist.The Prime Minister’s explanation about the transfer of the licence has not thrown light on the issue, but rather has confused it,, Ram argued.“…I am not even sure Prime Minister Sam Hinds knows for sure what should be the contents of the licence.”The outspoken accountant said that he believed that several sections of the law have been “seriously violated” and “not complied with”.“What we have in the case of the Amaila Falls Project and Fip Motilall is that the government appears to have colluded and conspired with Mr. Motilall for in excess of 13 years. 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The signatories were Prime Minister Hinds; Ronald Alli as Chairman of Guyana Power and Light; and Makeshwar Fip Motilall on behalf of Synergy Holdings Inc.On July 31, last year,, when a copy of the Memorandum of Understanding was shown to Prime Minister Hinds and he was asked about the signing he said that he could not recall any such signing.When pressed further,, even when shown his signature, he had said that he signs many documents on a daily basis.The Prime Minister further said the questions being posed to him were specific to the MOU which was not at hand, hence, he was not in a position to provide answers. 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    The Cultural Center of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has launched a call for proposals addressed to arts and cultural institutions of civil society to fund cultural development projects in Latin America and the Caribbean through its Cultural Development Grant Program.Artistic and cultural institutions from the Bank’s 26 borrowing member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean may send their applications for funding through the new online platform before February 28, 2014.This platform will help speed up the process providing a forum with a clear design,, that is easy to use and with a higher level of confidence and security for all users. For information and contest guidelines persons can visit the Cultural Development Program IDB-2014.The projects are evaluated for their viability, educational scope, effective use of resources, ability to mobilize additional financial resources, and the long-term impact on the community.The IDB may approve between $3,,000 and $7,000 per project. The organizations are responsible for providing additional resources to support the project on an ongoing basis.Through the Cultural Development Program,, the IDB has partnered with over 600 institutions, promoting the preservation and recovery of traditions and cultural heritage conservation to contribute to community development through economic and social activities in a sustainable manner.The IDB Cultural Center,, of the Cultural,, Solidarity and Creativity Affairs Division of the Office of External Relations will officially launch the call for proposals for the entire region during the 13th IDB-Civil Society meeting, taking place in Cali,, Colombia,, November 14–15, 2013. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Wholesale Jerseys Store

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    As Guyana was preparing to host Carifesta back in August of 1972,, residents of the Middle and Thomas Streets, North Cummingsburg area were plunged into a state of shock and grief as a fire left some 150 persons homeless.On Tuesday August 1, 1972 a mid-morning blaze destroyed some 13 homes on Middle Street.That fire started around 10:30 hours at a wooden building next door to the then Empire Cinema on Middle Street and worked its way through house after house into Thomas Street.Exactly 24 days later, amidst pomp and ceremony, Guyana held the opening ceremony for the Caribbean Festival of Arts (Carifesta).Yesterday,, nine days before Guyana is set to once again stage the mega event,, fire raged in Middle Street,, oblique to where the 1972 fire started,, on the opposite side.On that fateful August 1,, 1972 morning, police began working on the theory that the fire was started by a small boy as he was trying to light an oil stove in one of the burnt houses on Middle Street.The fire which at one stage posed a threat to nearby Georgetown Public Hospital buildings caused a hurried evacuation of patients from the Eye Clinic and removal of drugs and equipment to places of safety.Yesterday there was a similar scene as patients in other buildings in the hospital’s compound were evacuated to safer places as fire raged through adjacent buildings.Fortunately,, yesterday’s incident was not as chaotic as the scene thirty-six years ago. During the conflagration in 1972, a total of 23 persons were arrested for looting.Residents under the pretext of assisting their neighbours made good their escape with valuables. Some looters even posed as detectives, but were challenged when moving away from the scene. In addition, out of the 23 persons who were arrested, nine were charged with larceny.The total damage was estimated then at $750,000. NHL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Cheap NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys

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    According to The Pulse Of Radio, STAIND is teaming with Indaba Music and for a new contest in which fans can contribute their own guitar solos to “Not Again”,, the first single from the band’s upcoming self-titled seventh album. Fans can now submit their solos for consideration through the Indaba web site,, with the window for submissions closing on August 10 at 9:00 p.m. ET. Fans can then listen to all the solos and will have until August 17 to vote for their favorites. A grand prize winner will be chosen by the members of STAIND and unveiled on the record’s release date, September 13.A version of “Not Again” with the winning guitarist’s solo on it will appear as a bonus track on the album at iTunes. The winner will also receive a $1000 gift certificate to Guitar Center,, a Mike Mushok signature model PRS guitar and a signed copy of the new album. 10 runners-up will get a signed copy of the CD.The new disc is STAIND’s first studio effort in three years,, but singer Aaron Lewis told The Pulse Of Radio that it wasn’t an easy record to make. “I’m usually pretty good about,, you know,, not wearing my stress on my sleeve at all, and this was a very stressful record,” he said. “We videotaped the entire thing,, like everything, and we really,, we captured all of it. And you’ll be able to see for yourself as to how stress manifests itself in the creative process.”This is the first STAIND album done without founding drummer Jon Wysocki, who exited in May. STAIND recently enlisted EVANESCENCE drummer Will Hunt to fill in on some festival shows but has yet to announce a permanent new drummer.STAIND will perform a handful of shows in September,, including Southern California’s Epicenter festival on September 24, with full tour plans yet to be announced.http://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys Cheaphttp://www.wholesale– Jerseys NFL Wholesalehttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale NFL Jerseyshttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseyshttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys Chinahttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys Free Shippinghttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys Onlinehttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys Authentichttp://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys USA

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    Despite the realisation that there may be some flaws in the justice system as it relates to addressing the issue of domestic violence,, Minister of Human Services and Social Security, Jennifer Webster, has issued a ‘zero tolerance’ call against the social issue. In fact, the Minister has called on all stakeholders,, including the relevant organisations, groups and individuals, to collaborate and “stamp out domestic violence” at its very core.”The Minister was at the time addressing the gathering at a panel discussion on Monday at the Regency Suites/Hotel in commemoration of International Women’s Day, which is being observed locally under the theme “Access to justice for Women.”The panel discussion saw a number of violence related case studies being presented by a number of presenters, among them Ms. Rosemary Benjamin-Noble of the Rights of the Child Commission,, Nurse Patricia Singh of the Indigenous Peoples Commission, Attorney-at-law Konyo Sandiford of the Chambers of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Social Worker of the Women Progressive Organisation, Ms. Sheila Veersammy and Representative of the National Congress of Women, Ms. Evelyn Estwick.Having presented their case studies,, which ranged from domestic violence and neglect on the part of health and police officials, representatives of the Judiciary in the person of Justice Roxanne George, the Guyana Police Force,, Superintendent Maxine Graham, the Guyana Legal Aid Clinic’s Simone Morris-Ramlall and Karen Gomes of Help and Shelter were tasked with outlining measures to help address the existing violent situations. Their recommendations included the revamping of the jury system and extended to the importance of victims of violence being accompanied by a counselor or social worker when giving statements.According to Minister Webster,, “the issues which affect our women and children is everyone’s business and we have a duty and a responsibility to protect them…especially those who are victims of abuse. Those who have suffered should not be denied access to justice and we have to support them in every possible way whether it be through counseling services or by ensuring that they are protected from further harm…”As such the Minister noted that ongoing efforts are being made to educate stakeholders on the Domestic Violence Act and Regulations even as she noted that measures will be enacted shortly to reduce the time that such cases are heard by the judicial system.However, in light of reports emanating from the Chambers of the Director of Public Prosecutions regarding a number of flaws with the new Sexual Offences Act, the Minister noted that there very well might be consideration for a review of the Act.She noted that in the interim, the Human Services Ministry is currently considering the creation and establishment of a Domestic Violence and Sexual Offences Unit to further support the Ministry in its quest to work in the national interest of the nation. This move,, she said, is aimed at providing support mechanisms which relate to these social issues that exist.The Minister expressed her belief that, among the entities working to address the situation of violence,, there is need for the National Commission on the Family to play a more vibrant role in the society to help address the issue of violence. This, she said,, is essential because a number of the social issues are related to the family and “indeed we have to start from the family.”She also stressed the need to establish family counseling centers throughout the length and breadth of the country, increased support for programmes which could provide assistance to those women and children affected through the provision of more safe homes, especially for the victims of domestic violence. The Minister also spoke of the possibility of the creation of a body where victims can report problems encountered regarding the police, the magistracy and the justice system as a whole.The Minister noted that “while the resources we have at our disposal might not be adequate, I am sure that if we work together to share ideas we can arrive at innovative ways to enable a process which will see the realisation of a more efficient and enabling environment to facilitate improved access to justice for women.”The Minister pointed out too that organisations such as Help and Shelter have already been doing a laudable job in supporting the victims of domestic violence. Enes Kanter Thunder Jersey Russell Westbrook USA Jersey Andre Drummond Pistons Jersey Paul Millsap Hawks Swingman Jersey Kevin Durant USA Jersey Karl Malone USA Jersey Kevin Love USA Jersey Dwyane Wade Bulls Jersey Taj Gibson Bulls Swingman Jersey

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    The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment,, along with the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) and the European Union, yesterday launched a project with the Forestry Training Centre for the development of a pilot timber harvesting and forest monitoring model for small loggers associations. This model is aimed at improving compliance with the forests laws and ‘agreed-to’(From left) Manager of the Forestry Training Center Inc. Quacy Bremner, Minister Robert Persaud, EU Ambassador to Guyana Robert Kopecký, and FAO representative in Guyana Reuben Robertsonforest management prescriptions in Guyana.The agreement was signed by Manager of the Forestry Training Center Inc. 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He was referring to recent articles appearing in some sections of the media that the government was giving special treatment to foreign investors.He stated that,, “I want to refute any perception that there is preferential access to non-Guyanese,” noting that if there is any discrimination then it is in favour of Guyanese as, “we don’t want Guyanese operators within the community to be left behind…”The minister also noted that with 260 forestry operators being trained in 2014,, the target is 1300 in 2015. 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    According to the New York Post, former ANTHRAX frontman Dan Nelson,, who was in the band for nearly two years from late 2007 until July 2009 filed suit yesterday over the fallout from his departure from the veteran metal group. Nelson says drummer Charlie Benante, bassist Frank Bello and guitarist Scott Ian falsely stated in “numerous interviews” that he had “abruptly resigned” after getting sick, forcing a cancelation of a tour. The $2.65-million suit also alleges that Benante last month told BLABBERMOUTH.NET that Nelson “was a bully.”The Long Island native says his ex-bandmates’ “intentional defamation” has caused him a loss of income and damaged his reputation.The Manhattan federal court filing further charges that Nelson co-wrote the tunes on the band’s latest album, “Worship Music”, but hasn’t gotten his fair share of the profits.Nelson and ANTHRAX parted ways in July 2009,, despite the fact that he had recorded some vocal parts for what eventually became “Worship Music”. A press release issued by the ANTHRAX camp stated that the singer claimed illness left him unable to perform with the rest of the band at a series of festival shows across Europe and that he subsequently left the band. Nelson publicly responded that the allegations were patently untrue and that he had been unceremoniously fired from ANTHRAX. John Bush,, who fronted ANTHRAX between 1992 and 2005, temporarily rejoined the group for a number of shows in late 2009 and early 2010 but stepped aside in May 2010 in order to make room for the return of Joey Belladonna. Belladonna was the lead singer of ANTHRAX from 1984 to 1992, and was considered part of the band’s classic lineup (alongside Dan Spitz,, Scott Ian,, Frank Bello and Charlie Benante), which reunited and toured during 2005 and 2006.Speaking to Guitar World for the magazine’s November 2011 issue, ANTHRAX guitarist Scott Ian stated about Nelson,, “He quit the band, dude. I will stick by the statement I made back in the summer of 2009. He quit. He e-mailed management and he quit the band.”When asked if he believes Dan was sick at the time,, Ian said, “Physically sick? I have no idea. But his words were,, ‘I quit. I’m not doing this. Don’t come to my house. Don’t try and talk me out of this.’ Again. Because that wasn’t the first time he had quit ANTHRAX; it was the third time. But that was his M.O. He would quit, and then he would make a bunch of demands on us, and we would cave and he would come back.” Drummer Charlie Benante added, “First show we did with him, backstage, big argument, big blowout. It was unbelievable. And from that moment we should have known. And all along, he just kept pulling weird shit. Like, he would call me and not tell the other guys, or call one of them and not tell the rest of us, and just talk shit. At one point he caused a major issue in the band between some of the members. But at the end of the day, it was like, “You didn’t say that? What? It was a fucking weird time. But he’s a bully and he tried to bully us. And at first we let it happen. . . I think there was a point where we were just so vulnerable, we were on this emotional rollercoaster. So at the end of the day it was more like, ‘Just give him what he wants. Can we move on?’”Regarding his split with ANTHRAX in July 2009, Nelson told The Metal Den,, “I never live my life with any regrets and never look back and wish I did something different. I chose instead to look forward to the future. We did some great things in the time we wrote and performed together, and I am very proud of that.”New ANTHRAX song “Fight ‘Em ‘Til You Can’t” performed live with Dan Nelson on May 28, 2008: ANTHRAX circa 2009 (with Dan Nelson): wholesale nba jerseys china Robert Newhouse Cowboys Jersey Junior Seau Chargers Jersey Clint Dempsey Jersey Orlando Cepeda Giants Jersey J.J. Hardy Orioles Jersey Vince Carter Raptors Jersey Cheap Philadelphia Phillies Jersey Jerseys NFL Jerseys China Authentic

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    According to, VAN HALEN appears to have postponed over 30 dates on its 2012 North American tour, beginning with the July 7 concert at Uncasville, Connecticut and ending with the September 25 performance in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There has been no word yet as to the reason for the postponements.The official press release from United Concerts, which was the promoter for the VAN HALEN concert at in Salt Lake City, Utah, reads: “The VAN HALEN show at EnergySolutions Arena Tuesday, September 4th has been temporarily postponed. Future dates to be announced. The on-sale for this Friday, May 18th is also postponed. Please hold on to your tickets until further information is available. We apologize for any inconvenience.”Remaining VAN HALEN dates:May 19 - St. Paul, Minn., Xcel Energy CenterMay 22 - Kansas City, Mo., Sprint CenterMay 24 - Denver, Colo., Pepsi CenterMay 27 - Las Vegas, Nev., MGM Grand Garden ArenaJun. 01 - Los Angeles, Calif., Staples CenterJun. 03 - Oakland, Calif., Oracle ArenaJun. 05 - San Jose, Calif., HP PavilionJun. 12 - Anaheim, Calif, Honda CenterJun. 14 - San Diego, Calif – Viejas ArenaJun. 16 - Phoenix,, Ariz., US Airways CenterJun. 20 - Dallas, Texas,, American Airlines CenterJun. 22 - San Antonio,, Texas, AT&T CenterJun. 24 - Houston,, Texas, Toyota CenterJun. 26 - New Orleans, La., New Orleans ArenaThe following shows are no longer being listed on VAN HALEN’s official web site: Jul. 07 - Uncasville, Ct., Mohegan Sun ArenaJul. 09 - Hampton, Va., Hampton ColiseumJul. 11 - Philadelphia, Pa., Wells Fargo CenterJul. 13 - East Rutherford,, N.J., Izod CenterJul. 15 - Baltimore, Md., 1st Mariner ArenaJul. 17 - Rochester N.Y., Blue Cross ArenaJul. 19 - Detroit, Mich., Joe Louis ArenaJul. 21 - London, Ontario, John Labatt CentreJul. 24 - Toledo, Ohio, Huntington CenterJul. 26 - Grand Rapids, Mich.,, Van Andel ArenaJul. 28 - Cleveland, Ohio, Quicken Loans ArenaJul. 31 - Fort Wayne, Ind., Allen County Memorial ColiseumAug. 02 - Columbus, Ohio, Schottenstein CenterAug. 04 - Knoxville, Tenn., Thompson-Boiling ArenaAug. 06 - Memphis, Tenn., FedEx ForumAug. 08 - Birmingham, Ala., BJCC ArenaAug. 10 - Greenville, S.C., BI-LO CenterAug. 12 - Cincinnati, Ohio, US Bank ArenaAug. 21 - Spokane, Wash., Spokane ArenaAug. 23 - Portland, Ore., Rose GardenAug. 25 - Sacramento, Calif.,Power Balance PavilionAug. 28 - Fresno, Calif., Save Mart CenterAug. 30 - Reno,, Nev., Reno Events CenterSep. 04 – Salt Lake City, Utah - EnergySolutions ArenaSep. 08 - Albuquerque, N.M., Tingley ColiseumSep. 11 - El Paso, Texas, Don Haskins CenterSep. 13 - Austin, Texas, Frank Erwin CenterSep. 15 - Oklahoma City, Okla., Chesapeake Energy ArenaSep. 17 - Wichita, Kan. – Intrust Bank ArenaSep. 21 - Moline, Ill., Iwireless CenterSep. 25 - Milwaukee, Wis.,, Bradley CenterVAN HALEN’s new album, “A Different Kind Of Truth”,, has sold 377,000 copies in the United States since its February 7 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD is the band’s first full-length offering with original singer David Lee Roth since “1984” was released in January 1984.Roth exited the group in 1985, a year after its “1984” album was released. According to, “1984” spent five weeks at No. 2 on The Billboard 200 — VAN HALEN’s highest charting set with Roth. (1996’s “Best Of Volume 1” hits album, which included two new songs with Roth, debuted at No. 1 with 233,000 sold in its first week.) VAN HALEN’s other four other No. 1s were their four studio albums with Roth’s replacement, Sammy Hagar: “5150” (1986), “OU812” (1988), “For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge” (1991) and “Balance” (1995).VAN HALEN’s previous all-new album, 1998’s “Van Halen III”, debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard chart and was certified gold for sales of 500,000 copies, a disappointment compared to their previous platinum efforts. Peyton Manning Colts Jersey Andre Reed Bills Jersey Trevor Rosenthal Cardinals Jersey Carl Crawford Dodgers Jersey Jason Hammel Cubs Jersey Kevin Love USA Jersey Miguel Cabrera Orioles Jersey– Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    Brian Giffin of Australia’s Loud magazine recently conducted an interview with guitarist/vocalist Mille Petrozza of German thrash metallers KREATOR. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.Loud: KREATOR has been around a very long time. You were one of the first thrash metal bands, so how have you seen metal evolve over the thirty years or so that you’ve been doing it?Mille: To me,, it’s not about the trends that come and go,, it’s about the quality of the music. In my opinion,, there’s no such thing as… you know, with everyone jumping on the bandwagon, the lastest trend, I don’t buy it. I’m a big fan of metal in general. I see the evolution of thrash metal as very critical. There’s a huge amount of new bands coming out that are carrying the torch and trying to copy the sound of back in the day. That’s their main gimmick. I like a lot of those bands. I like many,, many of those new artists like WARBRINGER, VIOLATOR,, and all these newer bands,, but I am still hoping that one of them comes up with a killer album and killer songs. I think the last WARBRINGER was pretty cool. But, in general, metal has changed, of course. The Nineties were not so good for metal, but there was some great modern metal bands. From 2000 onward, metal has become almost bigger than ever and a lot of new bands came along and not a lot of them were great. There was many,, many bands,, but they weren’t all of good quality. Loud: So how does that affect a band like KREATOR?Mille: It’s all about endurance. If you’re a band and you believe in what you do, when you’ve been in a band for that long, you should just try and do your thing and don’t look too much right and left to see what’s happening with the scene. Who’s coming out, who’s splitting up and who’s dying… whatever. I think the most important thing is to believe in what you do and try to be the best you can. Loud: I know a few people are really looking forward to your next album. It seems like people are just as keen for new stuff from KREATOR as ever.Mille: The great thing about our band, one of the things I’m really proud of, is that when we play new songs, it’s not like the people don’t wanna hear ‘em. I’ve seen a lot of old bands, they create a new song and the reaction is freezing, then they play an old-school [track] and everyone goes berzerk. That’s not the case for KREATOR. We play a new song and then an old-school and it works perfectly! Loud: So have you ever thought about a time when you might retire from KREATOR or from playing metal?Mille: No. [Laughs] I’m gonna do this until I die,, I guess! There’s no reason for me to not do this anymore. I’ve been doing this my whole life, you know. What else am I gonna do? I love what I do and I’m gonna keep doing it as long as I can. It’s very interesting when you think about it. Look at a band like MOTÖRHEAD… Lemmy’s gonna be 70 in a couple of years. And he doesn’t seem like he wants to stop or anything. It’s great. It’s really good. I think metal is the best form of music to keep doing as long as you want. There’s no age limit. It’s great. Read the entire interview from Loud magazine. “Phantom Antichrist” (song) video: “Phantom Antichrist” album artwork: Marc Staal Rangers Jersey Derek Holland Rangers Jersey Wizards Jersey Shaquille ONeal Magic Jersey Tug McGraw Mets Jersey Ozzie Smith Cardinals Jersey Steve Larmer Jersey china jerseys 2017

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    Patrick Prince of Powerline recently conducted an interview with Tom Keifer, best known as the singer/songwriter/guitarist of the Philadelphia-based blues-rock band CINDERELLA. A couple of excerpts from the chat follow below.Powerline: You’re a survivor. You’ve overcome personal struggles … like the title of the [solo] album [”The Way Life Goes”] says, that’s the way life goes,, but it hard to overcome [problems] especially with vocal cords. I mean, how are you doing now?Keifer: Very well. It’s something that will always be a daily — shall I say at this point — maintanence . But, you know,, it’s very strong after what I’ve been through. It was a neurological condition I was diagnosed with in the early ’90s,, and I was told I was never gonna sing again because I had a partially paralyzed vocal cord. So to keep a very long story short as I possibly can, the way you can really overcome it is to retrain your voice. It’s not an exact science and it’s not easily done. 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    DEVICE, the new industrial-style project featuring DISTURBED frontman David Draiman and former FILTER guitarist Geno Lenardo, will play a number of shows this spring and summer in support of its debut album,, which is due out April 9. The CD will feature guest appearances from AVENGED SEVENFOLD singer M. Shadows, SYSTEM OF A DOWN vocalist Serj Tankian, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello,, HALESTORM singer Lzzy Hale, BLACK SABBATH bassist Geezer Butler and ex-DEEP PURPLE bassist/vocalist Glenn Hughes.Lenardo will not be part of the DEVICE touring band due to previous commitments. Other members of the live lineup include EVANESCENCE drummer Will Hunt and DOPE guitarist Virus.In a recent interview with Artisan News,, Draiman stated about Lenardo’s absence from the road: “Geno is tied up in his own projects and doing things on his own and he wants to be able to stay close to home and spend time with his son, so he won’t be a part of the live part of this project,, which is why I enlisted the services of [Will and Virus] to be partners in this project and to lend me their creative and their playing might.”Draiman was also full of praise for his bandmates, stating: “Will is just a monster behind the kit and he definitely was one on a short, short list of guys that we were looking at. And Virus as well — a very accomplished musician in his own right, has done some amazing work with DOPE, he’s worked with a number of tremendously accomplished artists, [he’s] a great songwriter in his own right. So I definitely wanted to find the right union of people that we had a good energy together,, we had a good camaraderie, and we’re ready to just take this monster of a record and unleash it on the world.”Draiman told Noisecreep that DEVICE’s touring plans have yet to be finalized, but that he doesn’t expect to be headlining the same venues that DISTURBED does. He explained, “I’m ready to open for other artists and I definitely don’t have any delusions of grandeur with this. It’s like going back to the beginning.”DEVICE is the first non-DISTURBED music that Draiman has created in 16 years and he told The Pulse Of Radio why that was important to him. “This really gave me the opportunity to step outside of my box from a creative aspect and from a musical aspect,,” he said. “It’s still dark,, it’s still rhythmic, it’s still got my characteristic vocal delivery at times, but I definitely go places vocally on this record that I’ve never gone with DISTURBED.” The first single from the DEVICE album,, called “Vilify”,, arrives at rock radio on February 19. A video is being produced as well. Gump Worsley Jersey Morgan Rielly Team North America Jersey David Desharnais Canadiens Jersey Trevor Van Riemsdyk Jersey NFL Jerseys China Shaun Alexander Seahawks Jersey cheap jerseys nfl

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    Chile’s “CQC” conducted an interview with SYSTEM OF A DOWN drummer John Dolmayan when the band played at Estadio Bicentenario Municipal De La Florida in Santiago on October 7. You can now watch the shrot chat below.During an interview with Brazil’s Multishow after SYSTEM OF A DOWN’s performance at the Rock In Rio festival in on October 2, 2011 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Dolmayan was asked if the band’s fans expect to hear a new studio album from the group following its current reunion tour. “We’re gonna take it day by day,” Dolmayan said. “We still have a few more shows to do in South America we’re playing in Buenos Aires and we’re playing Santiago, so we’re looking forward to that. And then we’re gonna home. We don’t generally work during Christmas and New Year’s that’s a time for our family and stuff so we’ll be home for the next three or four months. And then Serj [Tankian, vocals] takes off and goes to New Zealand for a couple of months he lives part time in New Zealand. And then I think he’s got another solo album coming out next summer. So you might see SYSTEM touring next summer, you might not. But for the people who are waiting for an album I know there’s a lot of people waiting for an album; I’m waiting for an album just like they are. It’s gonna happen when it’s right and when we can make something that tops what we’ve done in the past. Because we don’t really wanna rest on our laurels where what you’ve done in the past is what you depend on. Well,, I don’t wanna do that,, and I know the rest of the guys don’t wanna do that. Instead of resting on our laurels, we wanna throw them away and create something new and specific for this generation that they can say that’s their SYSTEM OF A DOWN.”Dolmayan previously told about SYSTEM OF A DOWN’s five-year hiatus, “I personally don’t like breaks I like to continue playing. But it was nice to go off and be John Dolmayan, as opposed to John from SYSTEM,, for a while. I think everybody had similar feelings.”The drummer explained that a desire to pull off the road for a while and reconnect with their lives is what led SYSTEM to take an extended vacation from each other, saying,, “When you’re on the road and in the studio all the time, it’s kind of like traveling at light speed. When you come back, it’s like 20 years have passed by, and you’re only one or two hours older . . . You’re living a nomadic life, and you lose touch with people because they have grown away from you. People get older, get married, die life is still going on.”Dolmayan admitted that he was lobbying to end the hiatus for the last three years,, saying, “There’s no real personality in the band that can be pushed to do anything that they don’t want to. We are four very strong individuals.”But Dolmayan also said that the occasional clash of those four strong personalities led to the break as well, explaining, “We all have our idiosyncrasies and things that irritate the shit out of each other. Some of [singer] Serj’s [Tankian] stuff irritates me, and I’m sure some of my stuff irritates the shit out of him. That’s natural. You’re in a relationship when you’re in a band . . . But look at us we’ve been together longer than most marriages last.”"And a band is a marriage,” Dolmayan continued, “except that you don’t have one headache, you have three to four headaches,, and,, on top of that, everyone having other people that influence each member. It’s almost like a congress,, there are so many people involved. Ultimately,, though, we make the decisions because we are the band. Our relationships are all intact, and we always have a great time together. The other day, it took us 20 minutes to start a rehearsal because we were all too busy laughing. I don’t even remember what was so funny, but that’s a sign that we don’t take things too seriously. We like to just get up there and play.”SYSTEM’s last two albums, “Mezmerize” and “Hypnotize”, were released in 2005. MLB Jerseys China Alexander Steen Jersey Joe Panik Giants Jersey cheap china jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Dino Ciccarelli Jersey Mark Duper Dolphins Jersey Matt Cullen Jersey NFL Fans Cheap Jerseys

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    The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has completed a two-day Training Session which was designed specifically for the selection of Managers and Field Staff to work during the Claims and Objections exercise in preparation for the upcoming General and Regional Elections.The training session, which is being implemented at the Registration Areas level, was conducted over the past weekend and catered for the training of persons to work within the Wismar, Mackenzie and East Bank Demerara Registration Areas.The Resource persons at the venues included Calvin Benn, Deputy Chief Elections Officer; Keith Lowenfield, Assistant Chief Election Officer; Deolall Ramlall the Civic and Voter Education Manager; and I. Anandjit, the Human Resources Manager.Similar training sessions, which will be held in all of the remaining Registration Areas namely: Moruka, Charity, Anna Regina, Parika, Vreed-en-Hoop,, Bartica,, East Coast Demerara,, South Georgetown, North Georgetown , Kamarang, Mabaruma, Mahaicony,, Fort Wellington, New Amsterdam , Kildonan,, Corriverton,, Mahdia, Paramakatoi, Lethem and Annai.The workshops will be held between January 29 and March 13 and are aimed at equipping the participants with the requisite knowledge, skills and attitude to conduct the Claims and Objections exercise and to enable them to become acquainted with the relevant Forms which must be completed in processing the respective types of registration transactions which could be done during the exercise.“This includes the ability to accurately fill out the various Forms,, the development of skills to take good quality photographs, the development of skills to take good quality fingerprints and to be able to check the source documents for authenticity.”GECOM will be conducting the mandatory Claims and Objections exercise regarding entries in the Preliminary List of Electors (PLE) for the upcoming General and Regional Elections.This exercise is scheduled to commence on April 4 and conclude on May 20. Cheap MLB Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap Dallas Cowboys Jerseys Cheap Golden State Warriors Jerseys Cheap Carolina Panthers Jerseys Cheap San Diego Padres Jerseys Cheap NBA Jerseys

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    A man who used an ice pick to rob a customer in the bathroom of the Dread Shop restaurant was on Friday remanded to jail by Magistrate Allan Wilson on an armed robbery charge.Twenty-two year old Trevor Merriman,, of B Field Sophia,, pleaded not guilty to the offence that accused him of on February 22 at Georgetown,, while armed with an offensive weapon,, robbing Satesh Mohabir of two cell phones,, an ATM card and $3000 cash.The police alleged that Mohabir was drinking with friends at the shop which is located on Cornhill Street,, opposite the route 42 bus stop. They said that the man left his friends to use the urinal and Merriman allegedly followed him to the washroom where he reportedly walked up to Mohabir and placed the ice pick to the man’s waist and ordered that he hand over his valuables.According to the investigating rank,, the owner of the shop became aware of what was transpiring and tried to render his assistance. It was then learnt that two persons were involved in the alleged plot to rob the man.As more persons intervened to offer their aid,, the two men dashed out of the shop and ran in different directions. Merriman was however apprehended by public spirited citizens who gave chase after the alleged thief. The man was handed over to the police and a cell phone was reportedly found in the defendant’s possession. He was arrested and charged with offence.The prosecution objected to bail. Merriman was ordered to return to court on March 14. Until then,, he will remain in state custody. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Fans Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap NFL Jersyes Wholesale Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Fans

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    The cost of providing quality educational opportunities for children with special needs is very high. Even in a developed country like the United States, the cost is prohibitive,, amounting to as much as an estimated US$100,000Education Minister,Dr. Rupert Roopnaraineper child per year.This disclosure was yesterday made by Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine during his attendance of a special ceremony at the Diamond Special Needs School yesterday in recognition of a grant from ExxonMobil.According to information out of the Education Ministry, the School Improvement Committee after some deliberation had approved the use of the grant for disability friendly physical works (pantry and washrooms), and a training course for teachers.The ceremony yesterday marked the completion of the physical works and the commencement of the training. The training is being done and certified by the Institute of Distance and Continuing Education (IDCE) of the University of Guyana (UG). It is intended to equip the teachers with improved knowledge and skills for the delivery of special education.At yesterday’s ceremony the Minister underscored that Guyana’s constitution requires that all children should have access to appropriate educational facilities. Moreover, it is the firm view of the Minister that children with special needs should benefit from an inclusive approach, and be placed in mainstream schools. But because of the absence of appropriate physical facilities and teachers trained to handle special needs, and the individual challenges of special needs children, inclusivity is not always appropriate, he observed. It is for this reason, he asserted,, that there is a dire need for special schools like the Diamond Special Needs School.But according to the Minister, “the Ministry of Education has made a good start. It has established schools that seek to address the needs of children with specific disabilities, such as children with hearing, visual and speech impairments, but even within these schools,, improvements are badly needed.”As such,, the Minister noted that upgrading of the knowledge and skills of special needs teachers is a crucial need. Training, he highlighted,, cannot be limited to a few lectures at UG or at the Cyril Potter College of Education (CPCE).“A minimum of six months of theoretical and practical training provided by qualified trainers is essential. Teachers need to learn to use the best methods available; methods that are evidence-based and internationally recognized,,” said the Education Minister, as he added “Failing this,, we are doing little more than providing a day care facility.”Special needs schools,, Minister Roopnaraine said, must be equipped with physical and educational resources, and sufficient human resources to enable small group teaching and individualized programmes. Further, he disclosed that teachers need to be able to benefit from the continuous guidance and oversight provided by specialists.Moreover, collaborating with like-minded Non Governmental Organisations and charities could greatly help the Ministry achieve its goals, said the Minister. With this in mind, “we have begun negotiations with the Step by Step Foundation for children with autism. The Foundation and the School it runs can provide excellent theoretical and practical training opportunities for the Ministry’s teachers”.The Minister asserted that his Ministry needs to provide such training for selected teachers across Guyana,, so that children with autism in all regions can benefit from excellent educational opportunities. He added, “Guyana should be proud that its Step by Step School is unique within the English-speaking Caribbean, and leads the way in the region in the field of autism education.”“There are a number of other issues that we need to address. We need to improve public awareness and reduce the stigma associated with the physical, mental and behavioural challenges of our special needs children,” said Minister Roopnaraine. He pointed out too that “parents will tell you of the difficulties they face using public transport, for example, or accessing child care. Help is badly needed from the private sector in providing funding and suitable employment opportunities”.The Education Minister is convinced that community support groups could provide invaluable assistance to families of special needs children. But even as the Minister boasted yesterday that “Guyana has made an excellent beginning in meeting the educational and other requirements of children with special needs,” he added that “the road ahead is still long and challenging.” China Jersyes Cheap Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Authentic Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping China Jerseys Authentic

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    The Guyana Police Force is refuting the contentions contained in an article published in the May 16 edition of this newspaper under the caption “Minibus Association wins challenge to route change.”The article stated that the Guyana Public Transportation Association had been given judgment by the High Court in a matter in which the Association had filed a motion against the police changing the route for minibuses plying the Kitty/Campbellville routes.The article further stated that Justice Jainarayan Singh had made an order instructing Acting Police Chief Henry Greene and Traffic Chief Neil Semple to explain the reason behind the selected route change which diverted from the original path.“After given time to prepare a defence,, Attorney General Doodnauth Singh had indicated that they were no longer interested in pursuing the changes and stated that the minibuses will be allowed to maintain their original routes,,” the release continued.However,, the police are refuting the contentions and are questioning the motive behind the publication of the article without any factual basis.According to the release,, the Force wishes to clarify that enquiries revealed that when the matter came up for hearing before Justice William Ramlal,, it was recognised that a writ was never served on the Attorney General. Justice Ramlal then ordered that the matter be served on the Attorney General,, the police said.A check with the Attorney General’s Office has revealed that the matter has not been served and the matter has been adjourned to June 23, 2008. The matter, the police said, is still current and pending before the court and will be pursued by the police as it is felt that the new routes will benefit the traffic situation and enhance traffic management in the city. soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys

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    One month has passed since 38-year-old Jermaine Burrowes was shot dead during a robbery at the LiliendaalDead: Jermaine BurrowesRailway Embankment on the East Coast Demerara (ECD), in the vicinity of the “Steel Bridge,” and the police are yet to apprehend his killer(s).This newspaper was told that since the father of one died,, a number of persons were arrested,, but no one was charged for the shooting.Burrowes was shot around 22:00 hrs on December 15, last,, shortly after he had picked up passengers in proximity to the Giftland Mall at Liliendaal. He managed to drive his vehicle for a short distance before veering into a trench at Blygezight Gardens,, ECD.Reports are that after picking up passengers,, the bus was flagged down by a man. When Burrowes stopped,, another man appeared at the driver’s side of the minibus.One of the passengers suspected that the two men were robbers and pulled the door shut, preventing the man from entering the bus.At that point, the bandit who was at the driver’s side pointed a gun at Burrowes and shot him.This newspaper understands that with passengers screaming and telling Burrowes to drive, the wounded man continued in the direction of Georgetown, before losing control of his vehicle and ending up in a trench. He was hospitalized in the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC)’s Intensive Care Unit for almost a week before he succumbed.Just before he died, doctors were forced to remove one of his kidneys. Burrowes was shot in the back and abdomen. wholesale mls jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china cheap soccer jerseys wholesale soccer jerseys soccer jerseys from china soccer jerseys china

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    Professor Clive Thomas has come out to discredit Guyana’s largest financial undertaking—the Amaila Falls Hydro Project (AFHP.)He identified numerous shortcomings and discrepancies linked to the Amaila Falls project. Professor Thomas advised that “painful as it may be, it is better to get out of flawed business deals sooner rather than later.”He said that if the private sector is as enamored as it says about the profitability of this government project, it should stand the cost; such a shaky project should not be the burden of taxpayers.Professor Clive Thomas holds his recently completed comprehensive study on the Amaila Falls project.The economist has completed the first comprehensive study prepared on the project by any entity other than the government of Guyana. The publication is titled “Eight essays on the political economy of the Amaila Falls Hydro Project.”It was reiterated that the WPA differs on many opinions held by the parliamentary opposition parties including A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) of which the WPA is a member.The party said that it will stand its grounds on its ideologies and will fight in the APNU what they feel is the better position to be taken in parliament.Professor Thomas concluded that if with all the questions being raised on this project,, private investors still believe that it is worthwhile, they should be the ones making the entire investment.The economist was adamant that smart people should pull out of the project before it is too late,, but noted that if there is so much hope in the project, the ones with all the hope should be the ones investing. He said that the taxpayers should not be the ones feeling the squeeze.Thomas pointed out that there are disconcerting reports that the parliamentary Opposition plans to make its decision on whether to support the Project,, or not, by piggy-backing on the Inter American Bank’s willingness to commit funds to it, after reportedly the World Bank has walked away from the Project. Towards that the economist expressed that “Guyanese deserve leadership of better quality and more national dignity.The Economist said that he does not know the politics of the IDB. He added that the simple truth is that any study can be made to service what the investors have in mind. “What we need is an independent study,” said Thomas.Thomas noted that the WPA believes that strategically, hydropower is indispensable to Guyana’s economic transformation and development. However, Thomas noted that “this strategic value does not automatically translate into the selection of a specific hydropower project, including the AFHP,, as the economically efficient choice. That has to be separately established.”Thomas said that the AFHP is identified as one in a class of “troubled public projects”, with several distinguishing features, including: the absence of publicly available systematic project evaluations for independent assessment of these; prolonged delays; escalating costs; questionable financing arrangements; waste and mismanagement; public controversies; non-transparency; and signs of “opportunistic rogue investing”.The economist asserted that the project turned out to be such a “disaster” because it is not presented as a “stand-alone project.”Thomas said that as a standalone hydropower project, the AFHP is ill-conceptualized and mis-specified in its ecological-economic dimensions.Another point was that while the AFHP’s technical-engineering specifications can only be fully verified after it is up and running, today’s technical/engineering challenge is to minimize, within tolerable limits, the likelihood of failed outcomes. He said that there is doubt about achieving the aforementioned.He identified,, too,, that the government’s promotional literature identifies the government of Guyana as the Project Guarantor. “This instantly raises its contingent external liability by US$750 million (as indicated in the Motion before the National Assembly) or about 30% of GDP.”Thomas added that, the Project has always been promoted as a public-private partnership (PPP), and was initially welcomed by the IMF-World Bank because of this. Cynically, Government and private sector spokespersons are relabeling it now as a private project!However, the most recent official promotional literature (June 2013) still cites the government as Project Guarantor!Noting that the AFHP will be executed through Amaila Falls Hydro (AFH) Inc, Thomas said that this is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) created as an off-balance sheet device by its parent company Sithe Global. soccer jerseys china wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys from china wholesale mls jerseys

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    January 26 will mark the fifth Anniversary of the Lusignan massacre. Eleven persons, including five children, were shot dead even as they slept in their East Coast Demerara homes.In remembering the day when Guyana was plunged into a state of darkness, the Alliance for Change (AFC) is calling for thorough investigations into all mass crimes.Moses Nagamootoo,, of the Alliance for Change (AFC), during a press conference on Wednesday last at the Side Walk Café, said that apart from early reports of a “vengeance killing” by the notorious “Fine Man”, no one has ever given a definitive account…and, with the death of the alleged killer,, these killings would go down as “cold cases.”The Lusignan massacre remains the most shocking mass killing in Guyana,, after the Jonestown incident.Those who lost their lives were Clarence Thomas, 48; Vanessa Thomas, 12; Ron Thomas, 11; Mohandai Goordat, 32; Seegopaul Harilall, 10; Seegobin Harilall,, 4; Dhanwajie Ramsingh, 52; Seecharran Rooplall, 56; Raywattie Ramsingh,, 11; Shazam Mohammed, 22; and Shaleem Baksh, 52.Several wounded others have survived to re-live the horror.“These 11 persons were murdered in cold blood whilst they slept in the peace and quiet of their humble dwelling by criminals carrying AK-47 assault rifles. They would be explained away as the work of criminal and narco-gangsters, just as the Bartica and the Lindo Creek massacres,” Nagamootoo said.He noted that those who died were caring mothers, father, sisters and brothers – “Few were infants and students. The elders were champions in their own right in the little things they did to preserve and protect their families. But they were the poor and the underprivileged.”“The five children were not allowed to dream or to graduate, to love and live in their own country where criminals and drug-lords settled scores through the muzzle of guns,, some of whom were recruited by a frightened state to come to its defence,” Nagamootoo said.He added that like all multiple killings (extra-judicial and otherwise), the Lusignan massacre represents “a failure by our State to protect our people.”“The AFC shares the grief and loss of relatives and survivors, and commits itself to ensure that all Guyanese are afforded adequate protection and security, and that Guyana up-root the narco-and-money-laundering gangs and their handlers, who incubate criminals to menace our society.” wholesale soccer jerseys cheap soccer jerseys china soccer jerseys china wholesale mls jerseys soccer jerseys from china cheap soccer jerseys

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    Auditor General Deodat Sharma in his 2012 annual report has noted that the Office of the President has continued to inappropriately meet expenditure for the presidential guard and Castellani House from the subsidies and contributions to Local Organizations.He said that this continued even though they were not legally separated from the Office of the President and in fact operated as departments under this Office.The Office of the President,, according to the report,, spent amounts totalling $252M and $284M under this subhead over the respective years of 2011 and 2012.According to the AG, assurances were given that efforts were being made to have the finance secretary rectify this situation. It was noted that the inclusion of the expenditure amounts to material misrepresentation of subsidies and contributions for the years.The AG office has since recommended that OP follow-up with the Ministry of Finance with a view to ensure that specific programmes are allocated to all operational units under the present programme budgeting arrangements.In the area of Technology the Office of the President in 2010, the sum of $846.451M was voted for the Lethem to Providence E-Government Project and the Appropriation Account for the said year, reflected that the full amount was expended in that year.The Project’s records revealed that a sum of $777.635M was deposited into an escrow account at a commercial bank,, while direct disbursements to a local contractor for the execution of civil works accounted for the difference of $68.816M.In this,, Government aims to deliver technology driven information through the installation of 580 kilometres (km) of high speed fibre-optic network spanning from Lethem, Region Nine to Providence,, East Bank Demerara with drop off repeater sites in Lethem,, Annai,, Kurupukari and Mabura and another high speed fibre-optic backhaul network connecting Moleson Creek,, Region Six to Anna Regina, Region Two.The establishment of a data centre for the development of e-Government with high speed wireless access using a 4G network also forms part of the programme.Government’s E-Governance project started in late 2009 with a concept that was designed over 18, but actual work on the programme began in late 2011.The 4G network cloud system will serve as the premier data centre for all Government information and is expected to provide Guyanese and local businesses with faster and more efficient internet access.The cables will hook up government entities across the country, providing them internet accessibility for activities such as video conferencing and document signing via electronic signatures, hence precluding the need for hinterland or far off residents to travel long distances to access same.In relation to the sum of $777.635M, amounts totalling $241.551M and $434.075M were expended in 2010 and 2011 respectively, leaving a balance of $102.009M as at 31 December 2011. Of the balance of $102.009M,, amounts totalling $69.709M were expended in 2012 leaving a balance of $32.300M as at 31 December 2012.The total expenditure as at 31 December 2012 was $745.335M. Aaron Gordon Magic Jersey Tracy McGrady Team USA Jersey DeAndre Jordan Team USA Jersey Kyle Lowry Team USA Jersey Patrick Patterson Raptors Jersey Gilbert Arenas Wizards Jersey Kyle Lowry Raptors Jersey Custom Orlando Magic Jersey Jonas Valanciunas Raptors Jersey

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    …as city grapples with flood aftermath Businesses and civilians in Georgetown and surrounding areas are still grappling with the effectsCity still under water following Thursday’s flooding.of the major flood which occurred on Thursday. Even as many are counting their losses, there is the promise of more heavy rainfall in the upcoming days.Thousands of Guyanese in the capital city, and other coastal districts, awoke on Thursday to find their homes and environs inundated. This was caused by incessant overnight rainfall. The inclement weather also forced the closure of both public and private schools for the remainder of the week.Checks around the city yesterday by this newspaper revealed that civilians and business persons are still reeling from damages to their homes and entities. Several persons, who spoke to Kaieteur News, said they tried to take swift action to decrease the damage associated with floods.Some said, however, that their efforts proved futile since they continue to be plagued by the presence of not only flood waters mixed with garbage, debris and other items,, but the strong stench accompanying it.Cummings, Light, Wellington, King, Alexander, Carmichael as well as sections of Regent and Robb Streets, are among the city thoroughfares still under water. The larger percentage of vehicles around the city was spotted either parked in water or driving through the flooded streets.Although most businesses had closed their doors on Thursday, yesterday most of them barred their entrances with sand bags and resumed operations.Some had resorted to using bags filled with sand as pathways. The water had accumulated to such an extent that the operations of one Regent Street mechanic shop was moved,, as workers were seen tending to clients’ vehicles out in the streets.Scores of civilians, some clad in rain boots, made every effort to maneuver their way around town but the water caused quite a few to walk in the middle of the streets, inadvertently affecting the smooth flow of traffic.At the Bourda Market, vendors were plying their trade despite the fact that the market was under approximately 6 inches of water in most parts.The vendors erected makeshift stalls on the streets hoping to sell their products.The water, they said, had not “moved an inch” and the drainage system, among other things, came in for severe criticisms.A cry for flood reliefMarket vendors issued calls for flood relief as they explained that Thursday’s heavy downpour has resulted in massive losses in infrastructure and goods.Despite the awful conditions, the merchants informed this newspaper that they have not received a visit from neither City Hall nor the government to address the issue or pave a way forward.Kaieteur News was told by a number of vendors that they are in need of immediate help. The situation, they explained, has escalated to a point where persons are looting the abandoned stalls in the market.Barbara Brutus said she experienced upwards to $20,000 in losses. Brutus detailed that the flood waters have started to reek. This has caused her to move from her usual spot inside the market to sell on the streets.However, while some vendors have chosen to relocate to the “higher grounds,” others,, like Dale Davis, a butcher,, have remained in the flooded market.At the time of this newspaper’s visit, he was taking orders from customers who were reluctant to enter. He explained that many of the merchants suffered massive losses, particularly the grocers and clothes vendors.Davis even related that some persons were in tears over the losses incurred.Troy Johnson, a vendor who has been selling in that market for 25 years, related that this is the worst flood he has witnessed since 2005. “We need flood relief,,” said Johnson,, “as taxpayers we should get relief because in the end we are the ones that got to clean up the place.”Kaieteur News was told that the only official who visited the market was Leader of the Opposition,, David Granger.More rain, flood expectedA weather report from the Minister of Agriculture,, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy said that significant rainfall is expected for the next few days and flooding conditions will result. He divulged that “while overnight (Friday) and tomorrow (today) will see significant amounts of rain, Sunday is likely to be worse.”According to Guyana’s Hydromet Office, there will be overcast conditions over Coastal to Inland areas this morning, which are expected to be accompanied by moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms.“The afternoon,,” the weather experts reported, “will see a decrease in intensity and frequency in the showers, but the cloudy to overcast conditions are expected to continue. It is also expected that the precipitations will recommence during the early morning hours.”On Sunday, overcast conditions over Coastal to Inland areas are expected to be accompanied by moderate to heavy showers and thunderstorms.“The afternoon will see a decrease in intensity and frequency in the showers but the cloudy to overcast conditions are expected to continue. It is also expected that the precipitations will recommence during the early morning hours,” they reported. 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    The Guyana Police Force kicks off its anniversary with the traditional drum head service at the Tactical Services Drill Square tomorrow.The event is the first in a series of month long activities to commemorate theThe traditional route march through a section of the city will be one of the highlights of the celebrations.Force’s 176th anniversary.This will be followed by the customary Anniversary Route March,, which will be held around Georgetown,, commencing at 06:00 hours on Saturday.The Parade will be under the command of Assistant Commissioner Clifton Hicken who will be assisted by Senior Superintendent Whitney Bacchus.The parade will move from Police Headquarters, east into Young Street,, south into Parade Street, east into Lamaha Street, south into Waterloo Street, east into Regent Street, south into Camp Street, west into Brickdam,, north into Avenue of the Republic, east into Church Street, north into Camp Street, west into Young Street and back into Police Headquarters where the ranks will be addressed by the Commissioner of Police.Salutes will be taken by the Honourable Vice President and Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan, outside of the Ministry on Brickdam,, and by the Commissioner of Police outside of Police Headquarters on Young Street.Other activities in commemoration of the Anniversary include: a Medical Outreach in Albouystown on Saturday July 11,, 2015, commencing at 10:00 hours; an Awards Ceremony at the TSU Square,, Eve Leary,, on Wednesday July 15 and Scouts Day on Saturday July 18 at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary.There will also be the much anticipated Wreath Laying Ceremony at the Monument of Fallen Heroes in the Police Officers’ Mess Compound on Sunday July 19.The finals of the Police Debating Competition, which will take place on Thursday July 23 at the Police Officers’ Mess Annexe, will also be a part of the anniversary commemoration.There will also be ‘Police in Concert’ on Saturday July 25 at a venue to be finalized and a Medical Outreach at Bath, WCB, on Sunday July 26.The curtains will come down on the anniversary activities with the Force’s Annual Athletics Championships between July 28 and 31,, 2015, at the Police Sports Club Ground, Eve Leary and a swimming competition on July 25 at the National Aquatic Centre, Liliendaal.–77-andrew-whitworth-white-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-727.html Nike Bengals #77 Andrew Whitworth White Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey–88-michael-irvin-white-2016-pro-bowl-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-530.html Nike Cowboys #88 Michael Irvin White 2016 Pro Bowl Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Super Bowl 50 Jerseys Cheap Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys–70-trai-turner-blue-alternate-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-131.html Nike Panthers #70 Trai Turner Blue Alternate Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap Jacksonville Jaguars Jerseys Cheap New York Mets Jerseys

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    Jersey City,, US ( -A Pennsylvania man arrested after carrying a shotgun in his truck this weekendArrested: Marlon Murphynear the Holland Tunnel told The Jersey Journal he thought he was transporting the weapon legally.Marlon Murphy,, 45,, of Easton, appeared in Central Judicial Processing Court on the charge of unlawful possession of a weapon on Monday after spending Saturday night in jail.Police stopped Murphy just beyond the tunnel’s toll plaza at around 6:30 p.m. Saturday to make sure he was not carrying any hazardous materials inside a blue drum in the back of his pickup truck. But Murphy was arrested after telling police he had a shotgun and ammunition inside the drum, Port Authority police said.“It was in pieces,,” Murphy said of his Mossberg 12-gauge shotgun. “It was separate and the ammo was in there, too.”Murphy said he was bringing the barrel to New York, where he was shipping it home to his family in Guyana, along with food and clothing. Murphy said he was planning a vacation back to the South American country, which is why he was shipping the items.“I’m a hunter and (a) gold miner by profession,” Murphy said. “That (gun) is basically for hunting to provide food and protection in the gold mine,, the jungle.”In New Jersey, a permit is not required to transport a shotgun, according to State Police Trooper Lawrence Peele, a police spokesman. However,, the gun and ammunition must be stored separately in containers inside the vehicle, Peele said, adding that anyone transporting a weapon for hunting must carry a valid hunting licence.The State Police’s website links to a Cornell Law page that states that interstate transport is allowed as long as the transporter is bringing the gun to a place where he or she can ”lawfully possess and carry such firearm.”The barrel in which the items were being transported.Meanwhile, federal law requires that unloaded weapons are transported inside a locked box separate from the glove box and inaccessible to the driver and passenger, according to Michael Wilson of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,, Firearms and Explosives field office in Woodland Park.Wilson added that federal law prohibits fugitives from justice from transporting firearms.Monday in court, when Murphy was asked if he believed he should have been arrested he said “no.”“Everybody,, all my friends in Pennsylvania told me that you don’t need a permit because you’re shipping it back to your country,” Murphy said.According to the ATF’s website,, an owner can ship a gun to themselves in another state as long as “he or she intends to hunt or engage in any other lawful activity” within that state. International regulations were not posted.Murphy said he purchased the shotgun in Pennsylvania. In a report, Pennsylvania State Trooper Adam Reed said a shotgun can be purchased through private sellers, without the buyer having to undergo a background check.Police recovered this shotgun and nearly 200 rounds of ammunition after a traffic stop (Port Authority photos)Murphy hopes the charges against him are eventually dropped. He said he had to pay $3,000 cash to get out of jail Sunday and he does not have the money to pay a lawyer to represent him. He said he has not even used the gun because he has not obtained his firearm or hunting permit.Port Authority spokesman Joe Pentangelo said the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office determined probable cause for the charge, although Murphy’s criminal complaint does not state what the probable cause of the arrest was.A spokesman for the HCPO has not yet returned a request for comment on the case.Murphy said he was told by police everything but the gun will be returned to him. Unlawful possession of a shotgun is a third degree offence under state law.“I’m nervous,” Murphy said. Cheap New York Rangers Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys–88-michael-irvin-white-2016-pro-bowl-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-530.html Nike Cowboys #88 Michael Irvin White 2016 Pro Bowl Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap Super Bowl 50 Jerseys–55-alex-mack-black-2016-pro-bowl-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-717.html Nike Browns #55 Alex Mack Black 2016 Pro Bowl Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys China–70-trai-turner-blue-alternate-mens-stitched-nfl-elite-jersey-131.html Nike Panthers #70 Trai Turner Blue Alternate Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap New York Mets Jerseys Cheap Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys

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    The state of preparedness of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) for the conduct of Local Government Elections (LGE) was discussed between Dr. Steve Surujbally, Chairman of GECOM, and Perry Halloway,US Ambassador,, Perry Holloway meeting with GECOM Commissioner, Dr. Steve Surujbally.Ambassador of the United States of America to Guyana.The discussions, according to GECOM,, took place during a courtesy call which the Ambassador paid on Dr. Surujbally on Tuesday.The Ambassador was accompanied by Bryan Hunt, Deputy Chef de Mission of the embassy.During the discussions,, GECOM said that Dr. Surujbally highlighted specific areas in which assistance could possibly be provided through the embassy of the USA, relative to the conduct of local government elections.The areas include civic and voter education, preparation of relevant signage, procurement of equipment, establishment of a media centre for the elections, and the establishment of a specialized course in elections management at the University of Guyana.In respect to the latter,, Dr. Surujbally explained that such a course would be geared to deliver a pool of knowledgeable personnel to which GECOM would have access when seeking to hire competent persons to work during election projects.Responding to Dr. Surujbally’s identification of the areas delineated above,, Ambassador Halloway undertook to collaborate with the other members among the International Development Partners to determine how to assist GECOM relative to the areas suggested by the GECOM Chairman.He did point out, however,, that at this point in time, big projects like the establishment of a media centre for the elections, and the establishment of a specialized course in elections management,, cannot be undertaken.Local Government Elections were last held in 1994. They were delayed because of reforms agreed to by the then government of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic and the Opposition- the People’s National Congress.The last bits of legislation were passed this year with the new coalition government planning to hold the elections by the first half of next year. Cheap NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys Wholesale Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China

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    By Lin-Jay Harry-Voglezon (American International News Correspondent)Guyanese Sandra Chapman, Deputy Borough President of Brooklyn,, NY; and Dr. Monique Davidson-Tucker, shared their Sunday evening, March 24, 2013, in the company of 14 other honorees at the Tropical Paradise Banquet Hall, 1370 Utica Avenue,, Brooklyn.Three days later, on the evening of Wednesday,, March 27, 2013,,Dr Monique Davidson-Tucker (right) receives her plaque from Congresswoman Yvette the Brooklyn Borough Hall, Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, the Honorable Sandra Chapman was one of seven recipients of another award as well as co-convenor of the event.While the former event was the 21st anniversary of “Women Celebrating Women”, which started as a “thank-you party” by the Honorable Dr. Una S. T. Clarke of the Progressive Democrats Political Association, the latter marked the Annual Salute to Women History Makers by the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.“Women Celebrating Women” purposefully coincides with International Women’s Day and like the “Annual Salute to Women History Makers”, it occurs within Women’s History Month in the USA. “Women Celebrating Women” honours women who significantly “improve the quality of life of other women”.The “Annual Salute to Women History Makers” recognizes and salutes”a diverse group of women who are making tremendous contributions in their respective areas including, academic and corporate affairs, business and community leadership.”Chapman, “problem solver and advocate in the public sector”, and recipient of several community and public service awards,, has nearly 30 years of managerial experience spanning several departments of the New York City government. She is a former student of St. Joseph’s High School in Guyana and a masters’ graduate of Long Island University.Dr. Davison-Tucker, a former student of Bishops’ High School and Queen’s College in Guyana,, and doctoral graduate from Howard University, serves as Dentist at Our Lady of Mercy Medical Centre and Nassau County Department of Health.She is a bible class teacher among “American and minority populations inSandra Chapman, Deputy Brooklyn borough president responds to her award at Borough Hall.Queens, Long Island, and Brooklyn,, particularly South East Queens”. Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China NHL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys China

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    – to again receive four top regional CSEC awardsWith Cecil Cox of Queen’s College (QC) being named the Most Outstanding Overall candidate at the 2015 Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE), Guyana has achieved a novel feat.Cox secured passes in seven subject areas including: Communication Studies Unit 1,, Applied Mathematics Unit 1, Chemistry Unit 2, Pure Mathematics Unit 2, Physics Unit 2, Digital Media Unit 2 and Computer Science Unit 2. He secured six Grade One passes and 1 Grade Three pass respectively.The 18-year-old also secured CAPE passes in seven subject areas last year.Superintendent of Examination,, Ms. Sauda Kadir, yesterday confirmed that this is the first year that Guyana will receive the coveted top CAPE award from the Caribbean ExaminationsCouncil (CXC).This award, along with a number of other top CXC awards, will be presented at a ceremony later this year.Achieving the top CAPE award is one that Ms. Jackie Benn, Principal of the premier secondary school, was eagerly anticipating.During an interview soon after the Ministry of Education unveiled the 2015 results in August, Ms. Benn,, disclosed that while students of QC have over the years copped a number of regional awards at the level of the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination on multiple occasions, including the overall best performer, strategic moves were made to accomplish a similar feat at the level of CAPE this year.She said that since 2013, “I did motivate my students to work together with the staff to try to get this particular award at the regional level”.According to Benn, although the school is always pleased to have its students claim top regional CSEC prizes, “We have never been able to cop the regional prize for CAPE.”Although Cox is the only QC student identified for a regional CAPE award this year,, he is not the only excelling Guyanese.Shonta Noel, of St. Rose’s High School, is also set to claim a coveted award – Most Outstanding Student in Business Studies. She has been able to do her school and by extension Guyana proud by securing six Grade One passes and one Grade Two pass in the subject areas of Caribbean Studies Unit 1, Tourism Unit 1, Accounting Unit 2, Law Unit 2, Management of Business Unit 2, Entrepreneurship Unit 2 and Economics Unit 2.Although Guyana has not been able to claim the top performing spot at CSEC this year, it will however be the recipient of four outstanding awards. Two of these awards will go to QC. This year the school is set to claim the Most Outstanding in Sciences award because of the performance of Shannon Woodroffe, who secured 14 Grade One passes, as well as the Most Outstanding in Humanities award which will be claimed by Joshanna Hopkinson. Hopkinson secured 18 Grade One passes.An award will also be claimed by national CSEC top performer, Victoria Najab, of the Saraswati Vidya Niketan Hindu Secondary School, who was named Most Outstanding performer in Business Studies. She secured 20 grade one passes, a novel feat for Guyana this year.Also set to receive a CXC award is Aliyah Rasheed of the Anna Regina Secondary School. Rasheed who secured 19 Grade One passes will receive the award for Most Outstanding in Technical-Vocational Studies.In an advertisement published yesterday in the state owned newspaper and a privately operated daily, Minister of Education, Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine,, extended congratulations to the outstanding performers who he described as “exemplary young people.”“Not only have they made their parents, guardians and teachers proud but have also kept Guyana’s Golden Arrowhead flying high,” said Minister Roopnaraine.He continued by drawing attention to the fact that local students have consistently performed exceptionally well at the examinations conducted by the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC).The Minister particularly gave focus to the consistent good performance of Cox and went on to note, “While we did not win the CSEC Best Overall Student award, a prize that we have dominated in previous years,, Guyana has taken four out of eight of the available awards in the four core subject areas…”Chief Education Officer (CEO), Mr. Olato Sam, also in a message,, observed that “our consistent dominance of the Regional awards is certainly testament to the value placed on education in Guyana and our commitment to excellence in this area.”He emphasised the need for stakeholders to support students in raising their standards so that the gap that exists between the best performers and those on the lower tiers could decrease significantly.But in celebrating the outstanding achievements Sam added, “I would like to give due recognition to the teachers who tirelessly devote themselves to making such performances possible. 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    There have been attempts at Turkish belly dancing at some dance shows in Guyana,, namely those produced by the Apsara group; but never before the allure and seduction of what transpired at the Princess Hotel, formerly Buddy’s, at Providence on Saturday evening.Ever since the Turkish investors bought over the hotel,, there have been plans to improve on the entertainment it offers and to open up the facility to more local and international guests.Saturday night was a glorious start as the hotel prepares to open up a disco, bowling alley and a cinema,, along with a casino.Belly dancing is an old art form enjoyed by Turks of all classes and ages, and it was quite apparent that the Guyanese crowd was left spellbound when three curvaceous women emerged.They were well trained,, at least their abdominal muscles were! To complement their stunning beauty and the mastery of the belly dance,, they accompanied their moves with small finger cymbals.It is typical during Turkish dances for appreciate observers to stuff money into the few scant recesses of the costume of the dancers, but not too many of the men were anxious to do that. Maybe they didn’t walk with cash,, but their credit cards instead. Even if the women danced close enough, it didn’t help.General Manager Muharrem Kuleci said the hotel is well along in it’s development plan and it’s entertainment centre will provide employment for some 250 persons.Among those attending the event were President Bharrat Jagdeo, Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, Minister of Tourism Manniram Prashad, Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh, Minister within the Ministry of Finance, Jennifer Webster, Head of the Guyana Office for Investment, Geoffrey Da Silva,, and prominent businessmen. NHL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NHL Jerseys NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys From China Cheap NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys

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    Even as the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) seeks new ways to manage its drugs supply, the 2013 Auditor General Report has shown that $58M of expired drugs were discovered during the year.Over the years, the AG Report has been flagging millions of dollars worth of expired drugs and, in the 2013 Report,, it was no different.According to the extensive document, there were 202 additional instances of expired drugs for the period under review,, which concluded on December 31,, 2013. The new discoveries had an approximate value of $58.059M, the report stated.The situation is compounded by the fact that up to the reporting period the Corporation was still to dispose of 129 instances of expired drugs totaling $41.725M. These instances, the Report added, were noted during a verification exercise conducted in June 2013 at GPHC Offsite Location, Ruimveldt and the Pharmacy Bond.However, this figure had been much higher a few months before June; initially,, the verification exercise had recorded 265 instances of expired drugs valued at $65.080M. The figure was reduced to $41.725M after the Corporation was able to dispose of 136 instances of drugs that had a total value of $23.355M.More and more expired drugs are being dumped by the GPHCIn light of the new discovery, the Audit Office recommended that appropriate action be taken to facilitate the disposal of expired drugs. Additionally, the Audit Office recommended that countrywide surveys be undertaken to determine the “realistic needs” of pharmaceuticals and other medical supplies in order to reduce losses through expired drugs.In response, the hospital explained steps were being taken to address the management of drugs. According to the Corporation, some of its plans are the daily tracking of drugs,, the issuance of drugs with the shortest expiration dates first, and timely update of records along with more frequent issuance management reports of stock expiration and stock levels report.Additionally, the Corporation said that it is working to curb the procurement of excessive drugs and overstocking.Meanwhile, the hospital said that it has partnered with the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO). According to GPHC, it has recognised its various challenges with regards to the increased demands for medicines. PAHO,, it said, will assist in mitigating some of these challenges.“Currently, this partnership has borne fruit and PAHO through its consultant is in the process of implementing a Purchasing, Inventory & Distribution Software (Supply Chain Management System) in the pharmacy. This software will provide real time data and will capture dispense to user information which will enable a more accurate and effective quantification and forecast,” GPHC said.Expired drugs have continued to be a hot topic and pharmaceutical company New GPC has been receiving much criticism. Over the years,, New GPC, owned by Ranjisinghi ‘Bobby’ Ramroop, has been the provider of medical supplies to state-owned health institutions. NHL Jerseys From China Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys China Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China NHL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys China


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    Practicing lawyers are at their wits’ end with the practice of the Guyana Police Force of continuing to detain persons for more that the stipulated 72 hours provided by law.Chapter 139, sub-section 3 of the Criminal Law Offenses Act states that the police should not detain a person for more than 72 hours for questioning, unless an order for extension has been granted by the courts.Despite the fact that law enforcers are supposed to uphold the law at all costs, since they took an oath to do so, police fail to do this.Recently, the issue of persons being detained for more than the stipulated time has become an issue in the Magistrates Courts.However, despite enquires from both magistrates and lawyers, no satisfactory explanation is given by police for the detention of persons for sometimes one week before they are charged and placed before the courts.On many occasions, when prosecutors are asked by sitting magistrates to show an order which was obtained from the High Court for an extension to hold prisoners beyond the stipulated time, the police cannot produce it.Some lawyers related to Kaieteur News that such issues make them feel like they are fighting a losing battle, and that the judicial system is failing them and their clients.Just recently, after being in police custody for six days without an extension being sought, a man was taken to the Georgetown Magistrates Court and charged with disorderly behaviour and resisting arrest.When questioned by the magistrate as to why the man was detained for such a long period, the prosecution had nothing to say.The lawyer who was representing the man gave the police an ultimatum to drop the charges against his client or face court action for having him in custody for so long without an extension.Several lawyers have expressed their disgust over this state of affairs, lamenting that there is very little they can do to change the situation.One lawyer noted that taking the police to court “is a waste of time”.Reiterating this point, the lawyer recounted that he was faced with a similar matter back in 1995 and decided to take the police to court. He noted that the case has not been called for one single hearing.“It makes absolutely no sense to file a matter against any Government entity, because it is given no priority in the courts,” another lawyer lamented.The other option lawyers say they have is to file a habeas corpus. However, many complain that by the time they are made aware that their client is in custody, it is too late to file the habeas corpus.“We are made aware that out clients are in custody the day they are brought to the court for the charge to be read, and then we hear that they were in custody for the past week or so,” one lawyer said.Lawyers also complain that in some instances, when investigations are too complicated for police and they are too lazy to uplift an extension from the High Court, they would resort to walking the person out of the station compound after the 72 hours and then re-arresting the person once the person have passed the gates of the police station.

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    By Leon Suseran“The time is now where we have to make sure we minimize our mistakes!” This call was made by Region Six Chairman, David Armogan, speaking specifically about the health sector in that region, whose service delivery has come under heavy criticism over the past weeks.He was speaking at the commissioning of two new health centres in Berbice, the $9.2M Port Mourant and $5.8M Angoy’s Avenue Health Centres were commissioned by both himself and the Chief Executive Officer of the Berbice Regional Health Authority,, Dr. Vishwa Mahadeo, MP.A brand-new building was erected at Port Mourant, while extensive modifications were made to an already existing building in Angoy’s Avenue for a health centre there.Mr. Armogan urged the health care officials in the region to operate at a level of efficiency which is acceptable to the community that we are serving. He stated that a lot of the problem has to do with attitudes and behaviour, and not competence.“In a few instances, there may be problems with competence, but most of the times, when you find out about people’s dissatisfaction, it has to do with the attitude of our medical personnel, with the way they talk to people, accommodate people, and treat people.“Unless we change this, and unless some of those people who continue to give the system a bad name, can change their attitude,, then we will always be in the media—in the spotlight, and that is why the Minister [of Health] has to go to parliament and answer these questions because of the mistakes that our own people make”.“We can build all the beautiful health buildings in the world, but what matters at the end of the day,, is the level of healthcare that we deliver to the people, who are the recipients of all these things we are doing…we [must[ up the bar and delivery a higher and higher care everyday!”He did say that a lot of those mistakes are “avoidable”—very simple things can be done, but “we tend to overlook these simple things, and as a result, create big problems in the sector”.Health mistakes, he posited, cannot be corrected, unlike engineer and other occupational mistakes. “In the health sector, we bury our mistakes, so we cannot make too many mistakes there—it’s a sector that always has to be on the ball and has to be efficient and effective”.Inasmuch as there are bad comments, he did say that he has heard numerous positive comments about the sector, since the tendency for the bad comments are usually highlighted in the media.“People got the right to report us when we don’t make them comfortable and happy”,, he noted. And people always expect better and the highest performances from the healthcare officials.“This is the nature of the job you have taken on. Once you come into the health sector, there will always be problems”.Armogan noted, too, that there is no “perfect health system in the world,, whether you go to India, Japan, America, Norway—to wherever—there will always be problems in the health sector, because you cannot make everybody feel good.”He urged the healthcare officials present at the two commissioning to try their best. “In these trying times and difficult circumstances, I still expect that you will try your best and make sure that every day you come to work ,you give 100 per cent of your energy and your time to make the health sector a better place for all.”The Port Mourant Health Centre will be serving a very large catchment area on the Lower Corentyne and will provide a quantity of primary healthcare services. Last year, that health centre won the Best Health Centre prize during the Berbice awards ceremony.The facility, like other primary healthcare facilities, is governed by a Management Committee. Additionally, those in charge of the health centres were challenged by the authorities to start-up kitchen gardens, wherby healthy foods that can aid in the fight of chronic diseases, can be grown, as living examples to persons who will visit those centres, to educate them.The call was made again for members of the public to first visit the health centres for medical treatment, especially for minor matters, and not overcrowd the public hospital facilities.And a few miles away at Angoy’s Avenue,, the residents there, for the first time in many years, now have their own health centre. That is another large catchment area. 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    Even though Guyanese youths are constantly faced with many social epidemics,, some are being given an opportunity of becoming well-rounded individuals through a ‘for youth by youth initiative’ called ‘Caribbean Healthy Lifestyle Programme’ (CHLP).The healthy lifestyle initiative “Your life, your health, make it right”, was designed to illustrate how sports can be used to help those involved, not only to realise their true potential as athletes,, but to also aid in their personal development.The initial intent of this club was to assist young women involved in netball to become more aware of the necessity and benefits of maintaining a “healthy lifestyle” and to provide an insight into the process of developing good leadership qualities.According to CHLP President, Tracy O’Neal, as the programme develops,, it will be extended to embrace young people in many other sport disciplines. She said a CHLP programme exists in most of the other Caribbean territories.CHLP has impacted many lives in a positive way; a few of those persons that benefited include, Ato Rockcliffe, Jaime Meyers and Twain Hemerding among others.The club focuses on topics that dramatically affect young people- irrespective of race,, social background or financial status, such as peer pressure,, self-esteem building,, teenage pregnancy, Effective decision making, responsible sexuality and setting goals.According to CHLP member, Twain Hemerding, the club has been “a breath of fresh air” since it has allowed him to explore his virgin talents. Ato Rockcliffe is another example of the effectiveness of the programme. He was the previous CHLP President, and at 23 years old,, he is on the verge of completing his masters at the University of West Indies,, St Augustine.Over the past few years,, the CHLP has developed a relationship with another Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Trinidad and Tobago called ‘Kicking Aids Out’ (KAO), that works hand in hand with the club to maximise the potential of Caribbean youths. Matt Miazga Jersey Laurent Koscielny Jersey Jonas Hector Jersey Christophe Jallet Jersey Toni Kroos Jersey Brad Guzan Jersey Paul Pogba Jersey

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    A city businessman was pronounced dead on arrival at the Georgetown Public Hospital early yesterday morning with a single gunshot wound to his head.Dead: 36-year-old Andre Khan There are reports that 36-year-old Andre Khan of Lot 2 George Street, Werk-en-Rust, was found slumped in his vehicle PKK 1999.According to a police statement on the matter,, around 03:45 hours, Khan was found in his vehicle on Queen Street,, Kitty. It was stated by the police that Khan,, who is a licensed firearm holder,, is suspected to have shot himself while driving his vehicle which then crashed into a parked motor car on the roadway.The firearm has been recovered by the police and the body is at the GPHC mortuary as investigations continue.Residents of the area told this publication that they noticed the vehicle proceeding along Queen Street when a gun shot rang out.“After we hear this gunshot everybody run but then we see this vehicle start swerving on the road and then into this car.”Persons who witnessed the incident said that after the car crashed people ran to see what had happened and found Khan bleeding profusely from an injury to his head.The police were immediately summoned to the area and the man was removed from the vehicle and taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead on arrival.A car which was parked on the parapet was seriously damaged. Khan’s vehicle was eventually removed from the scene.Meanwhile,, a person close to the dead man told this publication that the man was having domestic problems with his wife. These problems caused him to move out of his matrimonial home.This publication was told that Khan had been staying with a friend at Gordon Street, Kitty. Not long before his death he had sent pizza for his two children and indicated to his wife,, Onica Khan,, that he was at a night club.The businessman’s vehicle after it came to a screeching halt on Queen Street early yesterday morning. The man’s relatives were very tight lipped about the incident but noted that they are at a loss,, too,, about what really transpired.Khan worked along with his father at the Best Buy Pharmacy which is located at Regent Street. Edgar Castillo Jersey Jonas Hector Jersey Jerome Boateng Jersey Mamadou Sakho Jersey Andre Schurrle Jersey Leroy Sane Jersey Christophe Jallet Jersey

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    Is it accident or robbery?Thirty-two year-old Khemraj Hariprashad is clinging on to life at the Intensive Care Unit of the Georgetown hospital,, the victim of what appears to be a hit and run accident.However,, his relatives are almost convinced that he is the victim of a brutal robbery by fellow villagers who are trying to disguise it as a vehicular accident.Hariprashad was reportedly found lying on the parapet of the Canal Number Two Polder Public Road early last week Monday morning,, minutes after he left a wedding house in the village.The persons who initially discovered him claimed that the vehicle they were travelling in had run over an object on the road while they were entering the village earlier the previous night.They claimed that they returned to the spot where they had struck the object only to discover a man lying unconscious on the parapet.He was picked up and taken to the Georgetown Hospital where he was immediately admitted.But according to a relative of the injured man,, their suspicions were aroused when they discovered that there was no blood on the road anywhere near where he was allegedly struck down.Khemraj HariprashadThere were also no bruises on Hariprashad’s skin as is consistent with an accident.Further relatives claimed that the large amount of cash that he was carrying as well as the several pieces of gold jewellery he was wearing were missing.They are convinced that Hariprashad was beaten and robbed of his valuables and then dumped on the road as if he was involved in an accident.This newspaper understands that the driver of the vehicle which was involved in the alleged accident has been released on bail and investigators are anxiously awaiting Hariprashad’s recovery to get to the bottom of the story. Darcy Kuemper Jersey Brian Bellows Jersey Mike Modano Jersey Vince Dunn Jersey

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    …Fidelity Boss must repay lost revenue-Task Force reportSeveral loopholes exist allowing one importer to defraud the Government of hundreds of millions of dollars by means of importing Polar beer into the country and not paying the requisite taxes. 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and as a result, Customs duties and taxes were evaded.The invoices produced by Safeek to the Task Force were falsified to declare that Polar beer was imported at C&F (Customs and Freight) US$2.15 per case, when in fact the Polar beer was purchased at FOB US$4.50 per case, hence duties and taxes would have been evaded.The Task Force also discovered that Safeek was “part and parcel” of the process of defrauding GRA of millions of dollars in tax revenue, since cash (in the quantity he said he gave the Broker) was used to pay the Customs duties and taxes on the 17 Customs Declarations for imports by Kong Inc. during the period July to December 2007, when cheques were used for Fidelity transactions.In addition, reconciliation of the importer’s records was not done, even though large sums of monies were at stake.Also, cheque payments were done for the importation of other goods.TRIPS compromised by senior personnelIt was also found by the Task Force that the compromising of the Total Revenue Integrated Processing System was compromised by senior GRA officials to facilitate the undetection of the now infamous ‘Polar Beer Scam.’According to the now public report,, it may be gleaned that TRIPS may have been compromised, in that all the senior personnel comprising the Risk Profiling Committee were the same persons placed in authority to ‘police’ the system and ensure its smooth running.It was found that Matthias-Smartt, who is one of the few persons fully trained and au fait with the entire system of TRIPS, in that she had been trained by Crown Agents, the company which implemented the system, was given certain access to the system which she did not require to execute her duties.As such,, Matthias-Smartt capitalized on her knowledge, and manipulated the system using her superior access.The report found, also,, that it was clear that she obtained the password of Rhonda Gladd and used it to bypass the Valuation Section when she submitted the entries from the Entry Processing Unit,, where the system flagged them for valuation.“In these instances, she clearly acted in a manner that would infer her criminal intent.”The Task Force therefore concluded that TRIPS was manipulated so that certain categories of goods and importers were not correctly flagged for examination; 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It is alleged that the funds spent to facilitate this trip far outweighed what was garnered.Kissoon has regarded the recent trip as “inelegant and shapeless.”“First of all, the Guyanese Diaspora is too financially weak…the total global Diaspora of Guyanese is too financially weak to contribute to any foreign money that would significantly impact Guyana,” said Kissoon.The most fitting help that the Guyanese Diaspora can offer is in the areas of skills and not money,, he added. “We don’t have very, very rich Guyanese out there…one and two have made it but by comparative standards they cannot fork out a US$1 million and give it to UG. 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He shared his belief that the appointment of a Deputy Vice Chancellor to deal with international engagements would not suffice.“Those (humanitarians) aren’t going to sit down with a Deputy Vice Chancellor to discuss giving their money; they want to at least see the Minister of Education for this country and they want to see the Vice Chancellor in that room negotiating with them,,” said Kissoon.He summed up that if Professor Griffith hopes to raise substantial funds for the university he would have to start by reaching out to Government.“What the VC needs to do is have engagements with Cabinet about who in the Government will partner him for an assault on the international lending community and private funding agencies,,” said Kissoon, as he considered that a US$1million could easily be utilised in two laboratories of the university.There are however some individuals who are of the view that the local private sector could play a major role in helping with the development of the university. But Kissoon shared his belief that “the private sector has serious reservations about UG and how it has been managed for the past 20 years. They are very skeptical about pouring money into an institution that they feel hasn’t got vision and leadership.”While Kissoon does not condemn this mindset of the private sector, he said,, “I don’t know about Professor Griffith and therefore, I don’t want to condemn him, but all the VCs that went by and the type of Councils we have had they were not impressive enough to get the local private sector to put (significant) money into UG.”Kissoon has also speculated that any forthcoming support from the private sector may not be directed towards the overall benefit of the university.“They would want to see the university excel in marketing,, in business and in scientific areas like sea defence and agriculture…” said Kissoon as he considered that financial support from the University may not be nearly enough to achieve the goals that UG is aiming to realise.“The Vice Chancellor alone has targeted about $6 billion from the treasury and that is a modest sum. 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    The Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Guyana Teachers’ Union and Laparkan Holdings presented its National Teachers’ Awards Ceremony 2010, on Thursday, last, at the National Cultural Centre.The event is aimed at identifying, publicly commending and rewarding teachers throughout Guyana who displayed exemplary attributes for the period 2009-2010.One teacher from each region was selected to receive a Regional Award. Those receiving these honours were Charlene Rodrigues from Santa Rosa Secondary (Region One); Anand Bissoon – Aurora Secondary (Region Two); Latchmin Gopal – Leonora Primary (Region Three),, Praniva Singh – La Bonne Intention Primary (Region Four); Shemena Charran – Novar Primary (Region Five); La Wanda Fraser – New Amsterdam Secondary (Region Six); Shivone Oretta McCubbin – Hill View Nursery (Region Seven); Ivy Lyte – Annai Nursery (Region Nine); Roslyn Henry – Pine Street Nursery (Region 10) and Carol Barnes – Winfer Gardens Primary (Georgetown).Honourable mention was made of Clavil Mitchell,, who teaches at the Trafalgar Nursery (Region Five).A National Awardee was selected from among the list of Regional Awardees, which catered for the teacher who “outshone the others” from the “cream of the crop”.That honour was bestowed upon Roslyn Henry of Pine Street Nursery (Region Ten).Each awardee was presented with a $50,000 cheque donated by Laparkan Holdings, while Henry received a $500,000 cheque. She was presented with a large floral arrangement, compliments of GTU,, and a plaque as a reminder of her achievements.Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Laparkan Holdings,, Glen Khan, expressed joy and satisfaction in rewarding the praiseworthy teachers across the regions, who dedicated their time,, effort and skills towards “shaping the future children of the generation to come”.“All teachers are special… Of course, some outshine the others,” Khan said, as he referred to the teachers who were selected as awardees.The CEO explained that the teachers’ awards programme began in 2001 and focused on rewarding those who are committed and dedicated to the development of Guyana, more so, those who surpassed the regular requirements of tutors and “went the extra mile” to boost students’ performances, both in and out of the classroom.Khan emphasised that businesses and countries can “only prosper in a meaningful way with highly skilled and trained professionals” and that the awardees possessed a fundamental gift, a gift of love to educate children.He called on the private and public sectors to combine resources – a voluntary commitment to pool resources together, which will result in entities jointly leading a transformation of the nation.“We live in such a changing world where technology is shaping everything we do in the world. 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He proffered that “appreciation is a fundamental human need” and that the award ceremony honours the teachers’ creativity and effectiveness among other qualities. “With such rewards and appreciation being offered and displayed for teachers, they will perceive that their work is being valued and as a result,, will maintain and continue good on-the-job practices.”Bynoe explained that such an activity is a good initiative since it distinguishes the positive aspects of teaching perspective which include patience,, dedication and commitment.He said that the National Teachers’ Awards Ceremony, which is an annual event, is aimed at recognising the role teachers place in the lives of students and the way they shape and mould tomorrow’s generation.The GTU President stated that over the past five years, several new initiatives were developed in the education sector and teaching arena with the best being quality improvement in training, and programmes which were established to empower teachers throughout the nation.He asserted that “teacher recognition leads to job satisfaction and no system of education can go beyond its teachers”.Education Minister Shaik Baksh affirmed that his Ministry will continue to ensure recognition is given to teachers, and stressed that there must be a restoration of the status of teachers in society, which has declined over the years.Baksh told the gathering that the role of educators and teachers is to ensure that the potential of every child is realised, and added that as the education sector progresses, other corporate entities will be invited to join the National Teachers’ Awards programme.While highlighting initiatives which are existent that cater for teacher development and students’ overall improvement, Baksh admitted that there are many challenges confronting teachers,, since the task they undertake is a difficult one. 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    …as 12th case is confirmed The Ministry of Health is in the process of conducting firsthand inspections at private laboratories that are involved in testing for the H1N1 virus,, commonly referred to as ‘Swine Flu.’At a press conference held yesterday,, Minister of Health, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy, said that following reports that the private labs are involved in the act, he has written to them, urging that they desist from such practices,, since they are not authorised to conduct such testing.According to Minister Ramsammy, he is not aware that the private sector has developed the capacity to conduct the testing.“The kind of equipment that is necessary would have to be approved by the Ministry of Health and we are unaware that anybody has applied for such approval and therefore no such approval can be granted. So any private labs that offer to test for H1N1 are fooling people and quite frankly it’s a fraud,,” Minister Ramsammy said.He explained that the only recognised avenue for testing H1N1 is through the National Reference Lab.While lauding the private sector for making an important contribution towards the health sector in Guyana,, Minister Ramsammy noted that what they are doing is not right.“Every now and then the quest for improvement profitably makes them do things that are not right. So I have taken an approach with the private sector to work with them. Invariably they have worked with us and corrected things.”Meanwhile, Guyana has recorded its twelfth H1N1 case,, out of a total of 120 specimens which were tested.Kaieteur News had reported on the ninth case of the virus, and according to Minister Ramsammy, over the past few weeks, these three additional cases were confirmed.He added that three of the twelve persons reside out of Guyana while most of the others have had contact with persons outside of Guyana.According to Minister Ramsammy,, there is little evidence of indigenous circulation of the virus in the country. “However, we are coming to a period when in Guyana, the flu season is rapidly approaching…our flu season corresponds with the flu season in North America and Europe.”In this regard,, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organisation have projected that more than 1 million cases of the virus will emerge in the new season.“What this means is that we will be under severe threat and so our vigilance has to be maintained.” Ramsammy added that the Health Ministry will now have to improve its testing capacity in order to keep track of the virus.As it relates to the vaccine against the virus, Minister Ramsammy said that as soon as it is available,, Guyana will ensure that it becomes integrated into the Ministry’s immunisation programme. John Stockton Team USA Jersey Gilbert Arenas Wizards Jersey Kyle Lowry Team USA Jersey Grant Hill Magic Jersey Marcin Gortat Wizards Jersey Anthony Davis Team USA Jersey Harrison Barnes Team USA Jersey Team USA Basketball Jersey DeMar DeRozan Team USA Jersey

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    Diligent work by ranks of ‘D’ Division has led three members of a seven man gang confessing to carrying out two recent robberies in the district.The men were part of a gang that tortured and threatened to kill a Pouderoyen, West Bank Demerara (WBD) family before escaping with a quantity of household items on Thursday.Commander Stephen Mansell confirmed last evening that apart from the Pouderoyen robbery, the men also claimed responsibility for a recent robbery on the Church’s Restaurant on the west side.The men also implicated another suspect who they claimed was the mastermind of the entire operation.Kaieteur news understands that the suspects are mostly from city areas like Riverview and North Ruimveldt.The Guyana Police Force in a statement, yesterday, said that using all their investigative skills,, ranks from the West Demerara Criminal Investigations Department were arrest the suspects.The men will soon be charged and placed before the court.Last Thursday’s robbery occurred some time around 20:30 hrs at Lot 82 Pouderoyen.The men tortured the family of three for a long period with a gun, cutlasses, a piece of wood and a knife.In the end, they escaped with $25,000, the family’s pot, silverware,, clothes, two generators, two gas bottles, gold rings, a brush-cutter,, two television sets and other articles.The residents, Andy Sukhram, his wife,, Esardei and their son, Andrew were bound and gagged.According to reports, five men entered the family’s home through the back door.Andy Sukhram explained that he, his wife and son were in the yard filling up water to take to the upper flat of the home.“My son left to go upstairs to make tea and then we went up when he finished. We just pulled in the door because we still had to go back downstairs. I picked up the phone to make a call and then the door fly open and all five bandits entered the house,” Sukhram recalled.He added that when the men stormed into his house, they demanded that everyone lie on the floor.“They were cursing all the time and were demanding money and jewelry. I tell them that I am a poor man and I don’t have any sort of money but they were tumbling and torturing us all the time,,” a devastated Sukhram noted.According to the father, he explained to the men that he works at the Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) and does not work for a lot of money.“While the five of them were upstairs with us, it had more men downstairs because we could have hear them talking and moving around in the yard,,” Sukhram said.With a teary eye, Sukhram said that it took him a while to purchase the items the men stole. “I have a contented wife. If we want something, we would save until we come up with the money and then buy it. We don’t steal anything from anyone; we work hard for what we want.Kaieteur News was told that one of the armed men told the family that he spent time in jail before and if they did not hand over their valuables, he is not scared to go back to prison.“One of them was smoking in the house and my wife tell him that she suffers from Asthma and he walked up to her and blow the smoke in her face. They put a gun to my son’s head and had the shears to all our neck.”According to Andrew Sukhram,, one of the men showed him a blade and told him that he would slice Esardel’s neck with it and be the first to ever do such a thing in Guyana.The men escaped in a tinted white Toyota 212. Wholesale Jerseys Supply Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys

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    – for Small and Medium Enterprises development Guyana on Friday signed another agreement under the Guyana Redd+ Investment Fund (GRIF). This time it was for a US$5M fund for the development of small and micro enterprises with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) as its partner entity.Minister of Finance, Dr. Ashni Singh, signed the non-reimbursable agreement with IDB Resident Representative, Sophia Makonnen, in the Boardroom of the Ministry of Finance, Main Street, for funding to be made available from the GRIF that would target building of alternative livelihood for vulnerable groups which currently has limited access to financing and limited technical and business skills.“The fact that this project is funded under the GRIF,Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh and Resident Representative, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Sophia Makonnen following the signing of the non-reimbursable financing agreement to the tune of US$5M for the execution.and in particular the fact that the IDB today is playing the role of partner entity under the GRIF institutional mechanism, is significant because we have worked very hard with all of the partners involved in this process to design an administrative mechanism that would see the funds intermediate in an efficient way and would see the funds delivered ultimately to the intended beneficiaries. We are happy therefore to see GRIF projects materialise,” he said.The other projects that have been signed for execution under GRIF funding are an institutional strengthening project for the Rupununi, in which the IDB is also the partner entity with Guyana. The other is the Amerindian Development Fund in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).This third signing, according to a statement from Government,, is continued validation that the Government of Guyana’s partnership with the Government and people of Norway to provide global environment service,, Minister Singh noted as well.He said that the partnership in its own right was pioneering in so many ways and that “projects like this, funded by the investment fund that was established under this partnership with Norway,, projects like these are important from that standpoint, they represent the manifestation of this partnership in project implementation.”There is also the other position from which the project addresses the development of small and micro enterprises, an area that Government has been seeking to address.Singh said that Government has recognised for a long time the extremely important role that small and medium enterprises can play, and have played in transforming the economic landscape of the country,, particularly of communities,, families and individuals, and so over the years have been encouraging small business development from a number of fronts and through various avenues.“This really represents our latest effort as it relates to promoting small businesses,” he said.The project will address the constraint of lack of access to financing by establishing among others a credit guarantee fund, an interest support facility and a Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) grant scheme, Minister Singh said.He said that all of the afore-mentioned schemes will be executed through partnerships inclusive of the private sector and financial institutions.Lack of skills will be addressed through a training voucher scheme, he said, and this will also encompass guidance on how to access financing, and in particular for projects that are consistent and in line with LCDS.He noted that the project represents a single element of what is much broader,, Government’s strategy for promoting small business development, and mentioned other initiatives like the set up of operation by year-end of a Credit Bureau to provide easier and more affordable access to financing for SMEs.The Micro and Small Enterprise Development and building alternative livelihoods for vulnerable groups initiative was approved by the IDB on February 7.Makonnen stated that the goal of the project is to support the reorientation of the economy into a low carbon cap as envisioned in the LCDs and to create incentives for small businesses to invest in LCDS. She listed upscaling in SMEs productive activities,, more SMEs gravitating towards the low carbon sector and less carbon emission from the project.The “Micro and Small Enterprise Development and building alternative livelihoods for vulnerable groups” will be implemented by the Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce under the aegis of the Small Business Bureau. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys China


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    Drum-cam footage of SOULFLY’s David Kinkade (formerly of BORKNAGAR,, ARSIS and MALEVOLENT CREATION) performing the song “World Scum” live with his bandmates on March 22 in San Diego, California can be seen below.”World Scum” comes off SOULFLY’s eighth album,, “Enslaved”, which sold 5,900 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 82 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band’s previous CD,, “Omen”, opened with 6,000 units in June 2010 to land at No. 73.SOULFLY’s 2008 album, “Conquer”,, premiered with 8,400 copies to enter the chart at No. 66. This number was in line with the opening tally of the CD’s predecessor, “Dark Ages”, which shifted a little more than 8,000 copies during its first week of release in October 2005 to debut at No. 155.”Enslaved” was released on March 13 via Roadrunner Records. The CD was recorded at TallCat Studios in Phoenix,, Arizona and was produced by Chris “Zeuss” Harris,, the seasoned knob twiddler behind some of the most notable bands in metal today, such as SHADOWS FALL, HATEBREED, THE RED CHORD and more. SOULFLY’s video for the song “World Scum” can be seen below. The clip was conceptualized by SOULFLY mianman Max Cavalera and director Thomas Mignone (MUDVAYNE, SLIPKNOT, AVENGED SEVENFOLD, MORBID ANGEL) and produced through Mignone’s production company Doom Incorporated. Mignone filmed the video in and around Los Angeles. Various scenes depicting humanity’s perspectives of some of the world’s significant historical — such as the attack on the Russian Czar by nihilists,, the mass production of Zyklon B poisons, the Gulag prisons, the assassination of the president,, and a final showdown between Jesus and the Anti-christ — are seen and reflected in the song’s lyrics. The cinematography is by Peter Leininger; the special EFX makeup is by Maggie Hunter, the production design is by Hanna Dryland,, and digital compositing and post-production is by editor/visual EFX artist Christopher Neil.SOULFLY’s current lineup features Kinkade, Max and guitar dynamo Marc Rizzo, with STATIC-X’s Tony Campos taking up the bass. “World Scum” drum-cam footage: “World Scum” video: cheap jerseys usa Dylan Larkin Jersey Pedro Alvarez Orioles Jersey Hector Rondon Cubs Jersey Chris Kreider Rangers Jersey Wholesale Jerseys

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    Season Of Mist will re-release the first five album from Greek extreme metallers SEPTICFLESH: “Mystic Places Of Dawn” (1994), “Esoptron” (1994),, “Ophidian Wheel” (1997),, “A Fallen Temple” (1998) and “Revolution DNA” (1999). Each reissue will come as a digipak with brand new cover artwork designed by Seth Siro Anton and bonus material. A vinyl edition will also be released for all five albums. The first in the series of reissues,, 1994’s “Mystic Places Of Dawn”, is due on January 25 (January 22 in North America).SEPTICFLESH’s latest album,, the critically acclaimed “The Great Mass”,, was released in April 2011 by the Season Of Mist and was produced by Peter T盲gtgren (IMMORTAL, HYPOCRISY). The CD,, which featured a full orchestra and choir, captured the band much attention,, including placement on several “Album Of The Year” lists from notable publications worldwide. SEPTICFLESH’s current lineup consists of Seth Siro Anton (bass, vocals), Sotiris Anunnaki V (guitar, clean vocals), Christos Antoniou (guitar,, orchestral),, and Fotis Benardo (drums).http://www.wholesale– Wholesale Jerseys USA china jerseys wholesale Mats Naslund Canadiens Jersey CHeap MLB Jerseys China Santiago Casilla Giants Jersey Yovani Gallardo Orioles Jersey Vladimir Konstantinov Red Wings Jersey Jason Heyward Cubs Jersey

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    David “Gus” Griesinger of recently conducted an interview with BUCKCHERRY singer Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson. You can now watch the chat below.”Confessions”, the sixth studio album from BUCKCHERRY, is due on February 13. The disc will be BUCKCHERRY’s first domestic release with new label Century Media Records. The CD will be made available via Eleven Seven Music in other parts of the world.The “Gluttony” video can be seen below. The clip was shot in November in Los Angeles, with the band putting out an open casting call for fans to appear in the video.”It’s just about trying to control your behavior,” Todd told Loudwire about “Gluttony”. “They always say that you have to do everything in moderation and that’s never been my experience. One is okay, two is better,, three is fantastic and four is the best. I want to consume everything,, I want to go big or go home. I’m either on 11 or I’m asleep.”He continued: “That’s my problem, that’s my struggle,, trying to moderate — that’s what ‘Gluttony’ is about. It’s like, ‘I want it,, I need it,, I love it’ and everything that feels good to me,, I want to overdo it. It’s just who I am and I don’t understand why I can’t do it.”"Confessions” is a loose concept album that revolves around the notion of the seven deadly sins and is inspired by events in Todd’s childhood. Todd has helped co-write a short film that will come out later in the year and expand upon the record’s themes. It’s not clear yet how the film will be distributed.Todd said that “Confessions” is “definitely a heavier,, musically,, record than we’ve ever had, and more melodic. It’s pretty intense,, but everybody’s gonna love it. It’s quintessential BUCKCHERRY at the end of the day.” Tomas Plekanec Canadiens Jersey— Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Bradley Beal Wizards Jersey Fergie Jenkins Cubs Jersey Harrison Barnes Mavericks Jersey Wizards Jersey Rusney Castillo Red Sox Jersey

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    Rita Buzzrock of Austria’s Mulatschag TV conducted an interview with vocalist Dez Fafara of California metallers DEVILDRIVER at this year’s edition of the Nova Rock festival,, which was held June 8-10 on the Pannonia Fields in Burgenland, the easternmost federal state of Austria (near Nickelsdorf and the Hungarian and Slovak borders). You can now watch the chat below.When asked about the progress of the songwriting sessions for DEVILDRIVER’s sixth album, Fafara told Peek From The Pit in a March 2012 interview, “We used to put a record every two years. I don’t think it’s gonna be [like that this time]. We are free agents right now,, which means we’re [no longer signed to Roadrunner Records and we’re] talking to many record companies. It’s gonna be a very critical record for us,, when it does come out,, and we’re gonna take time to write it. I actually heard one track the other night that is incredible. We all started writing vocals to it right when we were sitting in the back [of the bus], so if it’s gonna stay on that route,, I think it’s gonna be an incredible record.”Dez also spoke about the the musical direction of DEVILDRIVER’s new material and whether the band will attempt to make the next record even more “brutal” than “Beast”. “We continue to make our records diverse,, which is cool,” he said. “Every record is different with DEVILDRIVER,, so I think we’re gonna surpass what we’ve done in the past. And then going into the ‘brutal’ question,, it’s like, man, everybody is as brutal as everybody now. So we wanna have some diversity and we wanna have some moments and some clarity within the songs. I think the thing we’re really focused on is songwriting. We don’t have a producer chosen, we don’t have the [studio] time [booked]. We don’t even know if we’re gonna release a record in 2013, maybe 2014, or maybe fall of 2013; we’re not sure. So there’s all this stuff up in the air. But what we do know is we’re having a good time writing and exchanging feelings on the songs. . . Like I said,, it’s gonna be a very important record in our career, so we’re gonna take time and we’re gonna craft it.” Jeremy Lin Nets Swingman Jersey Eddie Murray Orioles Jersey Ryan Zimmerman Nationals Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cal Ripken Orioles Jersey– NFL Jerseys China Cheap

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    Welsh shock rockers TIGERTAILZ have parted ways with bassist Sarah Firebrand. Commented the band: “It’s with a heavy heart that we have to inform you that we’ve decided to part company with Sarah. “The last thing the band needed right now was another lineup change… But,, unfortunately, as a band we’re just not functioning and a change was needed to move forward. It’s unfortunate, but keeping a band going year-on-year isn’t easy and sometimes difficult decisions have to be made. “We would like to thank Sarah for all she’s done and wish her all the best for the future. “Our priority is the longevity of TIGERTAILZ and to raise as much money as possible for the Amser Justin Time charity,, which helps people suffering from pancreatic cancer. With this in mind,, we’ll be announcing a new bass player as soon as possible and resuming touring duties. “Thanks to you all for your fantastic support and let’s keep the faith.” TIGERTAILZ last year announced the return of drummer Ace Finchum to the band. The addition of Ace,, who last played with TIGERTAILZ in the early 1990s,, reunites all surviving members of the group’s “classic” lineup.Shooting to fame in 1990 on the back of big-selling second album “Bezerk” and a string of hit singles, magazine covers and videos,, the band won all the plaudits going for their bombastic, lion-hearted rock anthems — songs that are still played and loved all over the world today. Getting back together in 2005, they were struck by tragedy when bassist and co-founder Pepsi Tate died from cancer in 2007. Fighting back with the usual ‘TAILZ spirit, the band regrouped with bass player Sarah Firebrand and drummer Robin Guy in 2010,, and headlined the opening night of the U.K.’s Hard Rock Hell,, a performance that sold out months in advance. TIGERTAILZ released a new live album,, “Bezerk Live - Burnin’ Fuel”, in January 2011 via TT/Cargo Records. Martin Brodeur Jersey Valeri Nichushkin Jersey Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Willie Brown Raiders Jersey Teemu Pulkkinen Red Wings Jersey Cody Eakin Jersey Trevor Cahill Cubs Jersey

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    Guitarist Gary Holt of San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans EXODUS has commented on the passing of SLAYER axeman Jeff Hanneman,, who died at about 11 a.m. yesterday (Thursday,, May 2) near his Southern California home. He was 49. Hanneman was in an area hospital when he suffered liver failure.Holt has spent the last two years filling in for Hanneman who had been on hiatus from SLAYER since early 2011, when he contracted necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating disease that doctors believed might have been caused by a spider bite. Hanneman almost lost his arm,, and was briefly placed in a medically induced coma. After a series of skin grafts,, he had been working on his physical rehabilitation.Said Holt: “I’m at a loss for words. The news yesterday of Jeff’s passing hit me like a ton of bricks. Totally devastating sadness is all I have right now. ‘In shock’ are the best words I can come up with to describe how I’m feeling. “Jeff, it’s been an honor,, my brother, to TRY my best to honor your songs best I could. “There is only one Jeff Hanneman. All I ever could HOPE to do was play those songs you wrote with the conviction with which you played and wrote them,, ’cause there is only one of you; that mold was broken long ago. “My old friend, we had some amazing times on the greatest shows and tours I’ve ever done (VENOM, SLAYER, EXODUS,, anyone?),, young and hungry thrashers out to lay waste to everything,, and had the best time ever while doing it. Exactly why we all started playing in the first place. “Much love and respect, and my deepest condolences to the Hanneman family and the whole SLAYER family. Gone but NEVER forgotten and always missed. R.I.P.” J.J. Hardy Orioles Jersey Larry Johnson Chiefs Jersey Auston Matthews Team North America Jersey Bob Griese Dolphins Jersey Wholesale Jerseys For Sale Cheap NFL Jerseys Orlando Cepeda Cardinals Jersey Mike Alstott Buccaneers Jersey

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    Jeremy Lafrentz of Backstage Entertainment conducted an interview with drummer Jon Larsen of Danish metal rock ‘n’ rollers VOLBEAT prior to the band’s July 16 concert in Omaha,, Nebraska with ICED EARTH. You can now watch the chat below.In a recent interview with,, Larsen was asked when fans can expect to hear a new VOLBEAT studio album. “It kind of depends on when we think we’re ready, actually,,” he replied. “Once this tour is over, we’re gonna go home and hide out in the rehearsal room for awhile and see what we can come up with. I know Michael [Poulsen, vocals/guitar] already, of course, has a lot of ideas, a lot of riffs,, melody lines, ideas for everything from artwork to lyrics to themes, the whole thing, but, of course,, everything needs to get done. And if we’re ready, then maybe late October,, mid-November we will go into the studio. And if we’re not ready, then we won’t do it until next year.”On the topic of the departure of guitarist Thomas Bredahl and VOLBEAT’s search for a replacement, Jon said, “Being in a band, I guess, to use that cliché, it’s a bit like a marriage. In a normal relationship,, sometimes things work out and sometimes things don’t work out. When we’re together, we’re together 24/7 for several months or for however long, and, of course, we’re four very different people,, always have been. Sometimes you need to change things. When things don’t work out, you change things, like you do in a normal relationship. If you are unhappy about your day job, you might wanna change that. I don’t think that we’re any more difficult than any other people. Sometimes changes happen.”He added,, “There is something in the works [with regards to a new guitar player], [but we can’t talk about it] yet.” Jake Peavy Giants Jersey— Wholesale China Jerseys Greg Maddux Cubs Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys nba stitched jerseys Brian Urlacher Bears Jersey Mark Bavaro Giants Jersey

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    “Vertikal”, the new studio album from Swedish “art rockers” CULT OF LUNA,, will be released in Europe on January 25 via Indie Recordings and in the U.S. on January 29, 2013 through Density Records. In addition to the regular CD,, there will be released a limited edition of “Vertikal”, including one bonus track. The vinyl will also be available through Back On Black.”Vertikal” track listing:01. The One (02:16)02. I: The Weapon (09:24)03. Vicarious Redemption (18:51)04. The Sweep (03:09)05. Synchronicity (07:13)06. Mute Departure (09:08)07. Disharmonia 00:45)08. In Awe Of (09:56)09. Passing Through (06:03)10. The Flow Reversed (limited-edition bonus track)The song “I: The Weapon” can now be streamed using the SoundCloud player below.According to a press release, “Vertikal” marks a much-anticipated return for the band after five years spent cultivating the ideas and directing the influences that have helped form a concept for the album. Distilled throughout are themes of machinery,, repetition and clear, linear structures honed to the visual imagery of Fritz Lang’s classic expressionist science fiction film “Metropolis”. The music broods,, builds and boils as you may expect from CULT OF LUNA,, but never overcomplicates itself or veers from its intentions; it is arguably their finest and most cohesive piece of work to date. Commented the band: “Before we started writing,, we were keen to find a theme that in a very direct way could be shown through the music, and we hope to have achieved this. We developed clear structures — very linear, refusing to over complicate the writing process.”We realize fans have been waiting for what seems like an age for us to return to the live arena properly, but we were not keen on playing shows before we had the new material ready. There have been changes, and we wanted to come back on our own terms with something completely new. It is very important for us to transpose the idea of a new album into the live setting, to not tread water,, and to include the fans in what we’ve been working on; you will be hearing this very soon.”CULT OF LUNA will return to the live arena for a full European tour, with a new set of dates just announced in April and May in addition to the previously announced period around the album’s release in January and February. There are U.S. dates being planned and the band intend to tour further in late 2013. CULT OF LUNA released a hardback book/audiobook called “Eviga Riket” on February 23, 2010 via C.O.L Press. According to the band, the book is “a short story covering the life and times of Mr. Holger Nilsson,, the full story behind the ‘Eternal Kingdom’ [CULT OF LUNA’s latest album] theme. The book will be bilingual, written in Swedish and translated into English. The narrated versions of this short story is accompanied by newly written CULT OF LUNA pieces and soundscapes.”CULT OF LUNA’s DVD, “Fire Was Born”, was released in April 2009 via Earache Records). Along with an epic live show recorded on July 1, 2008 at Scala in London,, England, the disc — which was mixed, edited and designed by the band — features footage of mainman Johannes Persson and Anders Teglund (keyboards) answering questions from fans all around the world and the videos for “The Watchtower”, “Leave Me Here” and “Back To Chapel Town”. Brad Richards Red Wings Jersey Wholesale Jerseys Online Shawn Kelley Nationals Jersey Derrick Thomas Chiefs Jersey Discount NFL Jerseys Antoine Roussel Jersey Dwight Clark 49ers Jersey Shannon Sharpe Broncos Jersey

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    Last September, MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine underwent surgery for stenosis, a neck and spine condition that he says was caused by years of headbanging.In a March 31 tweet, Mustaine offered the following update on his health: “Got my 6 mos. X-rays 3/30/12 on my neck. Totally fused, and I can FINALLY start exercising. Thank God,, and thanks for your prayers.”Speaking to the Detroit Free Press in February,, Mustaine stated about his surgery, “My neck is completely recovered. The surgery was a breeze. The doctor I used … did Peyton Manning’s surgery. Fortunately, my recovery time has been a lot faster than Peyton’s. He was in before me and I’m out playing before him. I wish him well in his recovery.”When asked if he can still headbang, Mustaine said, “I can headbang, but I’ve found with the limitation of, ‘Do I want to headbang or do I want to be in a wheelchair?’ I kind of toned it down a little bit. There’s more body parts you can move around. I mean, I’m not dancing or anything like that but I’m making the best use of it I can.”Speaking to Decibel magazine last November, Mustaine stated about his neck injury, “The way [2011’s Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival] ended,, with me being hurt, I knew I was hurt, but I didn’t know how bad. Nobody knew the writing was on the wall. I pretty much thought, ‘Well,, I'’m hurt, but I’ll just take it easy, have a couple of glasses of wine. I’ll get through it, get a couple of trigger point injections, get an epidural.’ There were a couple of times they gave me a shot in my neck that numbed me up. I saw chiropractors and masseuses all the time. It inevitably gets to the point where you’re starting to take medication,, and that’s never good, because if you’re taking something and you never feel the pain… You saw Curt Schilling when he was playing for the Diamondbacks, and Randy Johnson; I can’t remember if [Schilling] was playing for the Diamondbacks that time he had the bloody sock or if he’d gone back to Boston or not yet — [he] did some heroic feat where he had his foot put back together and he went out there and played.”He added, “I’m an athlete,, as a guitar player and as an onstage persona. But as far as being a musician that has to do hurdles — I don’t think most musicians, when they start playing music,, think that they’re going to be playing this demanding-type music that those of us who are part of the ‘Big Four’ and all the bands we influenced and kind of created [play]. With the advent of the headbanging — which was not my invention, by any means; I’m not like Al Gore who invented the Internet — there was that whole headbanging thing that came around, it’s hurt a lot us… What is headbanging,, anyway? It’s kind of like chronic whiplash syndrome,, isn’t it?” Klay Thompson USA Jersey Johnny Bower Jersey Taj Gibson Bulls Jersey Cheap Authentic Jerseys Online Michael Jordan Jersey Los Angeles Clippers Jersey China Ron Duguay Rangers Jersey Dino Ciccarelli Jersey

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    Professionally filmed video footage of former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach performing the song “As Long As I Got The Music” live at the Rock Fest festival in Cadott,, Wisconsin on July 22 can be seen below.Bach earlier in the month posted a letter on his Facebook page in which he said he is willing to reunite with his former band SKID ROW. “For the fans,, I would be willing to put my ego aside and do something that would be special for the people who put us where we are today,,” he wrote. “I do not personally want it myself. But it’s not always about ‘what I want.’ If the fans really want to see us together, I would do it for the fans. Sometimes you can do things for people other than yourself.”Bach said he wanted to write the letter in response to current SKID ROW singer Johnny Solinger’s new interview in which Johnny said a recent tweet by Bach about a possible SKID ROW reunion was an attempt to “get attention.”Bach last month released a video for the song “I’m Alive”. The clip is one of three videos (alongside “Kicking & Screaming” and “TunnelVision”) that the singer filmed on June 28,, 2011 in Hollywood,, California with director Devin DeHaven of Fortress Entertainment (PAPA ROACH, WHITESNAKE,, METHOD MAN,, TALIB KWELI).”I’m Alive” comes off Bach’s new album, “Kicking & Screaming”,, which sold 6,600 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 73 on The Billboard 200 chart. The singer’s previous CD,, “Angel Down”, opened with 6,400 units back in November 2007 to debut at No. 190. Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Jerseys Bobby Baun Jersey Carey Price Canadiens Jersey Dickie Moore Canadiens Jersey Andre Ethier Dodgers Jersey LeBron James Cavaliers Jersey


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    A son is appealing for assistance for his 75- year- old mother who suffered a strokeArshad assists his mother to get off the bedand has been bed ridden for about a year now. Arshad Mc Doom, 34, of Lot 13 Block ‘D’,, Bath Settlement,, West Coast Berbice,, is hoping that some public awareness of the dire situation they are in can bring some assistance to his mother, Hardai Mc Doom.Mc Doom was a former vendor at the La Penitence Market. She then moved to West Berbice where she took on a job of a stall- holder at the Rosignol Market selling egg- balls,, channa and other food items on Saturdays.After moving to West Berbice, they lived with some family elsewhere, until the family told them that they had to find their own house. Her son built the small house in which they currently live,, while he was employed with a supermarket in Bush Lot. He left his job to “take care of his mother”.“All the money I worked for, I spent on my mother, so I have nothing right now and there is no better job for persons with disability on the West Coast of Berbice”,, he posited.The man’s mother stated, “I asked my (relatives) to assist me but I have to wait months since they are overseas. Some of them are in St James,, Barbados”. She said that they are aware of her condition “but I cannot depend on them”. She receives her Old- Age Pension.“I got stroke since one year and seven months (ago) and I am begging the public to give me a little assistance with my doctor bill every month, and my food. My son used to work but he is not working now because he took in sick during Christmas, so he is home caring me. And right now we do not have anything to eat. I live in a little home, no toilet; I cannot sit on the tenny and gotta lie down and put it under me.“I am asking the public for assistance; I have one son”, the woman said breaking down in tears. Her husband died a few years ago and she does not have any relatives in Guyana. “This morning, my son bring a $1000 and said we ‘gonna by a tin of Complan with it’, but I cannot afford that”, she said.The Mc Doom’s homeShe said that she had approached the Central Islamic Organization of Guyana (CIOG) for a new home but “they gave us the turn down”. They also approached Food for the Poor but to no avail. The land, she said, is hers but she would really like a more spacious home.The bedroom begins after the doorway and the woman’s son was sleeping in a bed adjacent to hers.Arshad, since age six, has a hearing problem and requires the permanent use of two hearing aids. Currently,, Arshad performs everything for his mother. “I have to carry she downstairs,, bathe her”, he noted. He does receive a Public Assistance.“I need the public’s help because when I gotta take her to the doctor, I have to pay taxi, sometimes $20,000”, he noted. Dr Win at the Fort Wellington Hospital treats her once per month. He stated that it is quite difficult to get a job since there seems to be some sort of reservation by employers to employ persons who have a disability like he does.Persons wishing to assist this family can contact them on telephone number 642-0354. Bob Feller Indians Jersey Ben Zobrist Cubs Jersey Gary Carter Mets Jersey Drew Hutchison Blue Jays Jersey Lucas Duda Mets Jersey Wade Boggs Red Sox Jersey Tim McCarver Cardinals Jersey Darren ODay Orioles Jersey Randal Grichuk Cardinals Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:56:43

    Police are investigating the death of 26-year-old sugar worker Mahendra Ally, called Rishi or Strong Man, a father of one,, of Kilcoy,, Chesney, Corentyne.The man was allegedly stabbed to death on Monday at a bush cook at Topo,, another village on the Corentyne, not far from his home.According to information,, Ally left home on Monday to celebrate the Caricom Day holiday by having a bush cook with some friends. It is understood that during the bush cook an argument ensued and his alleged assailant identified as Ramjeet,, called ‘Crusoe’ who was suspected to be under the influence of alcohol, armed himself with a knife and stabbed Ally in the region of his heart. The man allegedly died on the spot.It is understood that his assailant who is also from the area then fled the scene. He however gave himself up on yesterday, accompanied by a lawyer.Ally,, who worked at the Albion Estate as a manure hand,, is the father of a four-year-old ,,while his wife Yougeeta Dhanessar, 25, is said to be seven months pregnant.Ally was originally from the Skeldon area,, but had relocated to Topo, Chesney, in search of a job.The assailant’s wife is also said to be pregnant. Carlos Santana Indians Jersey Mark Lowe Orioles Jersey Trevor Bauer Indians Jersey Whitey Herzog Cardinals Jersey Eddie Murray Orioles Jersey Jeff Samardzija Giants Jersey Santiago Casilla Giants Jersey Bobby Doerr Red Sox Jersey Roy Halladay Blue Jays Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:56:51

    – As City Hall ponders $85M debt to contractorsAlthough it was officially closed at the beginning of this month,, works are ongoing at Le Repentir landfill site to improve its appearance.According to City Mayor Hamilton Green, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB),, the entity through which the funding for the construction of the Haags Bosch facility was derived, had also provided for works to complete the capping of the now closed site.At the moment, Green said,, the Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development has engaged some level of work as it awaits approval from the IDB to either award or re-award a previous contractor to undertake the capping works.Puran Brothers Disposal Service was awarded the contract to undertake such works but that contract has since expired.With the closure of the Le Repentir facility the municipality has intensified security measures to ensure that there is no unauthorised entry to the facility which will no longer accommodate the disposal of waste.However, Green said that there have been some logistical problems at the facility which resulted in litter pickers gaining unrestricted entry. “We failed to keep the gates locked and that is entirely our fault. They (litter pickers) found their way on to the site but the Constabulary has since been instructed to keep them out,,” the Mayor insisted.Recently the Le Repentir dumpsite had also suffered from spontaneous combustion. But according to Green this did not prove to be too much of a bother as the resulting effects did not last long, a state of affairs he attributed to there being no real activity there.In the meantime though,, he asserted that there have been no problems with the new Haags Bosch site aside from the initial concerns raised by contractors about the turnaround time. The contractors, he said,, have claimed that they are expending more time to dispose of waste than they had anticipated and have therefore asked for an increase in fees.“This is now being examined and it is a reasonable request. We have already written the Government through the Ministry of Local Government to assist because the municipality cannot afford to pay this increase right now.”At the moment the municipality is yet indebted to contractors: including Cevon’s Waste Management and Puran Brothers Disposal Service, for the last two months of last year. The debt currently has mounted to in excess of $85M. “They are getting itchy at the moment,” the City Mayor disclosed recently.“If we paid for optimum garbage removal and drainage, putting aside the other services such as roads,, day care and markets, that would absorb every cent of taxes paid,” he lamented.The municipality had however been able to negotiate with the contractors to keep working,, according to Green,, who revealed that the municipality has been able to reach some sort of compromise with the two main contractors.The municipality had in fact advertised tenders for new contracts for the remaining of this year while it was expected that the existing contractors would continue to operate for at least the next two months.The tenders were expected to be closed two Fridays ago but were since extended to next Monday. Lonnie Chisenhall Indians Jersey Ben Zobrist Cubs Jersey Dwight Gooden Mets Jersey Ian Desmond Rangers Jersey Howie Kendrick Dodgers Jersey Carlos Martinez Cardinals Jersey Trevor Rosenthal Cardinals Jersey Fernando Valenzuela Dodgers Jersey Edwin Encarnacion Blue Jays Jersey

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    Early yesterday morning,, the corpse of Herbert Howard was discovered in a trench at Eccles, East Bank Demerara, by passers-by.According to a police source,, the body was fished out of the trench (in the Industrial site road between Eccles and Bagotstown) at 08:45 hrs, and bore no visible injuries. It had already begun to decompose.Howard’s niece, Michelle, told this newspaper that she had last seen her uncle on Friday,, when he told her that he needed to take care of his “book”, referring to his pension book.She stated that he was neither married nor had any children,, and would usually “lie down and sleep anywhere”, explaining that he would shift from relative to relative in Bagotstown.Due to the fact that he lived a nomadic life, the woman said she did not worry about her uncle’s disappearance for the past few days, thinking that he was either by her sister or another relative.“All of us live in the back street, Water Street, Bagotstown,, just a few houses apart from each other,, so all of us thought he was by the other.”The woman added that she was telephoned to “come down at the site and identify the man” which she did. She said that she was shocked to learn of her uncle’s demise and more so at seeing his body in a decomposed state.When asked if she noticed any marks of violence,, she stated that “the back of his head look like it burst or maybe it is from him lying in the water so long. The police said we will know tomorrow,, but when they raise him I think I see marks of violence.”Howard’s niece also explained that none of the family recalls having any photographs of the aged man and they did not keep track of his age.“I know he is over 65 years though,, because he collecting pension.” Adrian Gonzalez Dodgers Jersey Jim Thome Indians Jersey Marco Estrada Blue Jays Jersey J. D. Martinez Orioles Jersey Travis dArnaud Mets Jersey Victor Martinez Orioles Jersey Jose Iglesias Orioles Jersey Bryce Harper Nationals Jersey Orlando Cepeda Giants Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:58:03

    Expressing appreciation for the support given to the company at Lethem,, Digicel Guyana last week began to express its gratitude with the first ever ‘Dine With Us’ to be held in Region Nine.Approximately 60 guests gathered at the Savannah Inn Hotel and Restaurant for dinner with the telephone company. Guests included members of the Rupununi Chamber of Commerce,, executive members of Digicel and friends of both organisations.President of the Rupununi Chamber,, John Macedeo,, and Dwayne Scott of Digicel,, expressed mutual appreciation for the interaction between the organisations.A Blackberry phone donated by Digicel was won by Gavin Gupta Baboollal,, who received his prize from Ms. Nellie Vieira,, head of sales and distribution.Showing more appreciation for Digicel users,, a prize for electronic top up was won by Sherry Ann Mann,, who received a Nokia 863 phone.And Debra Nicholas was rewarded with the first ever vendors sale time prize for work done with the electronic top up. She received her prize from Kenrick Philips of Digicel. Clay Buchholz Red Sox Jersey Manny Machado Orioles Jersey Ricky Romero Giants Jersey Willie McGee Cardinals Jersey Joe Maddon Cubs Jersey Matt Duffy Giants Jersey Marcus Stroman Blue Jays Jersey Miguel Montero Cubs Jersey Kerry Wood Cubs Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:58:27

    Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo,, the Trinidad & Tobago all-rounders, remain committed to West Indies cricket, their regional team manager Colin Borde has said. Borde’s comments came a day after it was reported that the two had turned down central contracts from the WICB.“I don’t think by not signing the central contracts that they are not interested in West Indies cricket,,” Borde told Trinidad and Tobago Express. “It is just that,, probably, they did not want to be contracted year round.“I am sure they have their reasons and will be having discussions in the next few days to let these be known. But I am quite confident that Dwayne and Kieron are both committed to West Indies cricket and will make themselves available for selection.”The contracts Pollard and Bravo refused to sign were worth US$80,000, and required the players to make themselves available for West Indies at all times. Pollard, however,, had already shown a reluctance to do so when, in June, he turned down a place on the West Indies A-team tour to England in favour of his deal with Somerset for the Friends Provident t20.Both players have, however,, been named in a Trinidad & Tobago squad for the WICB President’s Cup 50 overs tournament in Jamaica next month.WICB corporate communications officer,, Imran Khan,, told CMC Sports the board would make an announcement shortly on the players to replace Bravo and Pollard. The WICB had offered 25 players contracts on August 31 – ten of them were development contracts worth $25,,000 – and gave the players until September 10 to accept them. If any player chose not to accept the contract,, the board said it would make alternate offers. (ESPN Cricinfo) Allen Craig Red Sox Jersey Kevin Gausman Orioles Jersey Aaron Sanchez Blue Jays Jersey Jim Thome Indians Jersey Ryan Zimmerman Nationals Jersey Christian Vazquez Red Sox Jersey Joey Rickard Orioles Jersey Yan Gomes Indians Jersey Anthony Rizzo Cubs Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:58:30

    … Christmas Eve murderBy Michael JordanDetectives are checking the telephone records of murder victim, Rajkumarie Mahadeo, in an attempt to identify the individual who made threatening calls to the elderly woman prior to her death.Police made the disclosure,, yesterday, after a daughter of Mahadeo accused investigators of not trying to acquire a printout of Mahadeo’s calls, although they were informed of the threats. In a story in this newspaper’s Monday edition, the daughter and other relatives also alleged that police were not following up on other leads that could lead to her killer’s arrest.“In relation to the tracing of the phone calls made to the victim,, a telephone print out was applied for and received by the police from the GT&T,,” the police release said.“Investigators are presently in the process of conducting an analysis of the telephone calls.”The release did not say when investigators acquired the GT&T printout.Dealing with the questioning of a suspect,, police also said that they had arrested the man but unearthed nothing to link him to Mahadeo’s murder.The man’s reputed wife had told relatives and Kaieteur News that her spouse had acted suspiciously after returning home at around 06:00 hrs on Christmas Eve.She also alleged that there were scratches on his back and his boots and clothes were muddy.“The Guyana Police Force wishes to state that having received information…about the statements made by the woman, her reputed husband was detained and questioned; however,, nothing of evidential value was unearthed,” the release added.In a letter to Kaieteur News, Gautin Demi Mahadeo, one of the slain woman’s daughters,, said that her mother,, who lived alone,, had complained about some obscene phone calls coming very late at nights and could have recognised the voice of the caller.According to the daughter, one of the calls was made in November 2009. She alleged that the caller said: “I know you are sleeping alone I gon come and kill you.”Ms. Gautin Mahadeo alleged that after her mother was slain, she informed the police about the calls in the hope that they would try to get them traced.“I asked if they can get a printout of all incoming calls made to my mom’s phone for that period of time. I was promised that would be done. After checking several times with the CID ranks investigating this matter I was told that GT&T hasn’t released the readout as yet.”“I spoke to a senior official from GT&T who says he is unaware of any such request concerning my mom’s phone.“According to the CID (rank), he had made a request for the printout of three days after my mom’s death. Six weeks after I’m still anxiously waiting.”Rajkumarie Mahadeo was found dead on the parapet outside her home at around 05: 45 hrs last Christmas Eve Day.She was still wearing two gold rings and gold earrings when her body was found,, while her two silver bangles were found nearby.A post mortem confirmed that she had been strangled. Jimmy Paredes Orioles Jersey Joe Maddon Cubs Jersey Mark Trumbo Orioles Jersey Andre Ethier Dodgers Jersey Danny Salazar Indians Jersey Francisco Lindor Indians Jersey Tim McCarver Cardinals Jersey Maury Wills Dodgers Jersey Carl Crawford Dodgers Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:58:49

    Rice production in Berbice increased in 2012,, reaching 97,,797 acres of crops that yielded 2.6 million bags of paddy at a yield of 4.3 tonnes per hectare. This is an improvement on the 93,,900 acres at a yield of 4.2 tonnes per hectare, according to Region 6 Chairman,, David Armogan.“Rice cultivation is picking up in our region—every available land is being looked at for rice cultivation. Farmers are looking around to see where lands are available and they are making sure that all those lands are being utilized.“We are trying to provide all necessary services to the farmers to ensure [good] drainage and irrigation…once they have water and proper drainage,, (they) the farmers will do the rest and hopefully we can increase production again this year.”Armogan added that cash crop production,, too, has also increased as a result of more people “utilizing the front lands and housing areas in Black Bush Polder”.The Region Six Administration spent $127M in the agriculture sector in the capital works programme in 2012, most of which were spent in drainage and irrigation,, building of agricultural bridges,, digging of canals and repairs to drainage and irrigation structures.In Agriculture,, $428.1M was allocated and $422.2M or 98.8 per cent was used up, Armogan stated. Carl Crawford Dodgers Jersey Dave Dravecky Giants Jersey Pedro Martinez Red Sox Jersey Anibal Sanchez Orioles Jersey Justin Upton Orioles Jersey Xander Bogaerts Red Sox Jersey Jason Kipnis Indians Jersey Jeff Samardzija Giants Jersey Troy Tulowitzki Blue Jays Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:59:02

    A 21-year old Potaro labourer was yesterday released on $100,,000 bail having been accused of stealingMichael Jackson$920,000 from the dwelling house of two persons.Michael Jackson of Three Miles,, Potaro Road is alleged to have stolen from within the dwelling house of Narconi Da Silva the sum of $200,,000 belonging to Nellyana Garcia. It was further alleged that Jackson also stole the sum of $720,,000 from within the same premises,, property of Gilbert Rodrigues.The incidents allegedly occurred on February 27,, at Third Avenue, Bartica.This matter was transferred to the Bartica Magistrate’s Court for March 16, after Jackson pleaded not guilty to the charges read to him by Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.Attorney Peter Hugh made an application for bail on behalf of Jackson. The lawyer told the court that his client has no previous brushes with the law. According to Hugh,, at the time of the alleged incident Jackson was doing work for Da Silva. He said that two rooms are alleged to have been broken into and police subsequently arrested his client and place him in custody.In addition,, Hugh pointed out that the monies mentioned in the charge were not found in his client’s possession nor did he admit to taking it.Police Prosecutor, Corporal Deniro Jones did not oppose bail for the defendant. However,, he requested that it be set in a substantial amount. The prosecutor told the court that the defendant is being investigated in relation to other criminal matters. Fernando Valenzuela Dodgers Jersey Lou Brock Cardinals Jersey Michael Wacha Cardinals Jersey Martin Perez Rangers Jersey Brandon Crawford Giants Jersey Travis Wood Cubs Jersey Brooks Robinson Orioles Jersey Bobby Doerr Red Sox Jersey Tom Seaver Mets Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:59:41

    A 39-year-old driver from the Ministry of Education was yesterday remanded to prison when he appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson, to answer a charge of causing death by dangerous driving.The allegation was that Brian Hubert,, on May 1, 2010 drove his minibus in a dangerous manner, which resulted in the death of 52-year-old Kevin Roberts. He was not required to plead since the charge was indictable.His lawyer Debra Backer in a bail application told the court that her client was gainfully employed at Ministry of Education as a driver.She said that Hubert has been a licenced driver for the past six years, with no previous convictions.Backer further told the court,, that Hubert is married with seven children, thus he posed no flight risk and would not tamper with witnesses.She added that there is no likelihood that the offence would be committed again; further adding that although it was a serious offence, refusing bail should not be a punishment.The lawyer asked for reasonable bail, noting that Hubert was in custody since Saturday when the accident happened.According to the lawyer, Hubert rendered assistance to the injured man, who eventually succumbed to his injuries.Police Prosecutor opposed bail. He told the court that Hubert was speeding and struck down Roberts.He noted that it was a serious and prevalent offence, which needed to be addressed. The prosecutor also said that even though the police are doing their work, drivers continue to disregard the traffic laws.Backer interjected and told the court,, that there was no proof which shows that Hubert was speeding.Bail was nevertheless refused and Hubert is expected to make another court appearance on Friday. The matter was transferred to court seven for trial.On Saturday last, Roberts,, of 15 Norton Street, Lodge,, was riding his bicycle along Norton Street, when he was struck down by a route 41 minibus which was allegedly driven by Hubert.He was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Georgetown Hospital where he succumbed some five hours later, never regaining consciousness.Meanwhile, also appearing before magistrate Robertson to answer the same charge was Orin Semple, 27, of Parika. It was alleged that Semple on May 1,, at Parika Public Road,, drove his motorcar in a dangerous manner,, which resulted in the death of Rohan Ramshu of Parika Façade. He was not required to plead since the charge was indictable.His lawyer Debra Backer,, in a bail application said that Ramshu walked into the path of the vehicle. The lawyer said that Ramshu was heavily intoxicated when the accident occurred. Backer further stated that her client is entitled to bail, since he had no previous convictions to his name.Police Prosecutor Stephen Telford objected to bail being granted. According to the prosecutor, Ramshu indeed ran into the path of the vehicle, but the driver should have exercised more caution on the roadway.Telford said that if bail is granted there is the likelihood of him fleeing the jurisdiction.Semple was granted bail to the tune of $300,000. He is scheduled to make his next court appearance on May 10. Wholesale NBA Jerseys Wholesale MLB Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale China NFL Jerseys Los Angeles Kings Jerseys China Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys Wholesale Denver Broncos Jerseys Denver Broncos Jerseys China

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:59:42

    – Diamond mother tells how she ended up in a relationship with a man who has caused her sons to be locked up for manslaughter By Neil MarksLatchmin is still seething with anger and despair, and the few chances she has for joy are restrained.Her admitted “shine eye” led her into a relationship with a man who saw her during one of her visits to the country’s main prison. What followed was “life at hell’s gate”; a period of abuse by the very man pushed her two sons and a cousin behind bars.Latchmin Looking back at the violent confrontation of February 5, 2006, in which her two sons and a cousin dealt her former lover a severe beating, causing his death, Latchmin bears no regret in her heart and neither do her sons.She is convinced that a fiery death awaited her entire family had her sons not stepped in to save them from the man who tormented her mercilessly.One of her sons,, Asif Ally,, 27, was released from prison last Friday and is on probation for the next three years. But even that chance for her heart to overflow with joy was stolen. Her eldest son Rajib, 28, along with his cousin David Jacobs, was not so lucky. They will have to spend the next eight years in prison.The three young men were sentenced by Justice Winston Patterson on a conviction for manslaughter.But Latchmin feels that she was cheated of justice. Even though one of her boys is out of jail, she feels he is still behind bars and will feel so for the next three years of his life while on probation and she wonders, as he does, how he will start life all over again.Along with the two others, Asif spent the last three years in jail and away from his wife, Elizabeth and their two daughters – Sonia, four, and Maria, two. Elizabeth was pregnant with Maria when Asif was taken away to prison.Latchmin said that her sons were robbed of a prosperous life and she blames law enforcement officers for not treating her constant complaints seriously and for not protecting her.“Mommy, like it ain’t got justice,” she recalled Rajib telling her after the sentence was handed down. Now she wonders how Rajib and his cousin David will fare in prison for the next eight years.SEEN FROM BEHIND BARSLatchmin had her three boys (Asif, Rajib, and the younger Shameer, now 16) before she met Rameshwar Persaud two blocks away from the Camp Street Prison in early 1999.When Kaieteur News visited her home at Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara,, she was not shy to admit that she had a thing for attractive men.“Meh gat ‘shine eye’.”So when Persaud wooed her she “fell for the trap”. He soon moved into her life, and into her home at the Sophia squatter settlement just outside of the main city district.Apparently, Persaud started to “eye her up” when she was visiting the prison to take food for someone who was there for possession of marijuana, she said,, but she only knew of it months later.It didn’t take more than four months after the relationship started before the violent threats against her life and that of her boys started.Rajib (in forefront) and Asif in an undated photo.Stabroek News of September 1999 reported that Rajib and Asif were involved in a violent brawl with their stepfather and they were all fined.Latchmin said that her reputed husband was about to attack her when Rajib stepped in and he was stabbed.After a year, Latchmin took her sons and moved to Eccles, East Bank Demerara, to escape from the violent clutch of Persaud. However, it was not to be. He tracked her down,, and in a leap of fate that things would change, she accepted him back into their lives. But the violence and the threats continued, and so did her reports to the police.She described him as a man who wanted her to be “locked up” in a house, never to go anywhere.Latchmin decided that she had to make a move again, this time to the East Coast Demerara village of Montrose. Persaud found her and she took him in again.“I was trying to make life good,,” she said. Latchmin reasoned that she wasn’t getting any younger and needed to try to make things work. But it didn’t. The abuse continued.“It was like living at hell’s gate; it was a living hell.”One day he saw her downtown and ripped her dress apart. “Good thing I always wear tights or I would have been naked.”A taxi rescued her and took her home and she decided to free herself of the abusive relationship. This time,, she decided she was going to head over the border to Suriname. But there was no escape from Rameshwar Persaud. He was there too!Out of sheer fear, Latchmin said she agreed to live with him there. She was in a foreign country and didn’t know too many people, so she decided to test fate again.She left Suriname and so did Persaud. Determined to part ways with him for good, she and her boys moved into an unfinished house at the new Diamond Housing Scheme. But Persaud was determined not to let them live in peace.When he would visit, it was always a confrontation. “He would cuss me and I would cuss he back,” Latchmin said. But he would not go away and would sleep on the bridge sometimes.On the fateful day, it was another of those outbursts. The woman quoted him as saying that he would burn the house down with the family inside.During the evening of February 5,, 2006, the eldest son, Rajib, came home and enquired whether everyone was upstairs so he could close the gate. 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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 13:59:44

    — says Pres. GrangerPresident David Granger has declared that there is no place for extremism in Guyana. This comes in light of the recent terrorist attacks in France and the United States.The President made this disclosure yesterday,, as he addressed a gathering at the commissioning of the ISA Elementary School and the Guyana Islamic Trust (GIT) at their East Street,, Georgetown Headquarters.The Guyanese leader stated that he is proud of the GIT as it relates to their efforts in condemning extremism. He also congratulated the organization for the moral stance they have taken in the fight against terrorism.His Excellency made reference to the recent San Bernardino,, California massacre that occurred on December 02. Fourteen persons lost their lives after gunmen stormed the Inland Regional Centre and shot at employees. Twenty one persons were also injured in the mass shootings.On November 13,, 128 persons were killed in Paris after a coordinated attacked by Islamic terrorists equipped with AK-47’s and strapped with bombs. The taking of these innocent lives occurred at six sites throughout the French capital.Speaking on the carnage,, Granger affirmed that there is no teaching in Islam,, Christianity and Hinduism that justifies the taking of lives—”the massacres,, the killing of innocent people”.President David GrangerThe Head of State is calling on all Guyanese to continue the tradition of religious tolerance. He pledged his support in working with GIT and members of the Islamic community in Guyana that have been condemning such nasty attacks.President Granger said that such attacks will do harm to Guyana. He pointed out that the country has faced many problems—political and economical,,—but he has never heard of any religious riots or fights among the three main religions in Guyana.Exactly one year ago Guyana born Adnan Gulshair el Shukrijumah who was listed as one of the world’s most wanted terrorists was killed in Pakistan. NHL Jerseys China NBA Jerseys China Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys Seattle Seahawks Jerseys China Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Wholesale Authentic China Jerseys

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    Vincent Jack was yesterday remanded for allegedly attempting to murder his work colleague,, Orlando Duncan. According to reports, the incident occurred at Iterinbang,, Cuyuni River.The accused appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court yesterday.Police Corporal Venetta Pindar alleged that on April 6, at Iterinbang Landing,, the plaintiff was dancing with a female at a party when the accused came up and confronted him about an “old incident”.It was then that the accused pulled a knife from his waist and stabbed the plaintiff once to his chest. Duncan fell to the ground and was immediately rushed to a health facility in neighbouring Venezuela, where he remained warded.After the intervention of the police,, the accused was taken into custody and charged.Following the reading of the charge, Magistrate Beharry informed the accused who was unrepresented that he was not required to plead.A Spanish language interpreter who was present in Court read a medical statement which stated that the victim sustained haemorrhage to his chest as a result of the injury he received at the hands of the accused.Pindar further requested that bail be refused and the matter be transferred to the Kamarang Magistrate’s Court for June 20.And Miguel Anitelo Dalema,, of Brazil,, was also refused bail for possession of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking.Police ranks who brought the accused to the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court alleged that on April 9,, Dalema had in his possession 163 grams of what they suspect to be marijuana. The Brazilian was unrepresented.Police in Lethem,, Central Rupununi, on the day of the incident stopped a car in which the accused was.Ranks observed the accused acting in a suspicious manner; hence a search was carried out on his person. Stashed in his pants was a black plastic bag which contained leaves, seeds and stems of the illegal herbs, marijuana.The substance was taken to a police station where it was tested and weighed in the accused presence.Through his interpreter, the accused pleaded not guilty. He went on to explain that the cannabis was his property but it was not on his possession. The interpreter stated that Dalema wished to maintain his plea until his attorney is present.When questioned about his presence in Guyana, the interpreter said that the accused told her that he was in Brazil and just decided to cross over to make some purchases.The prosecution objected to bail on the ground that the accused has no ties to the community and that the legislation does not provide for bail to be granted to offenders unless there is special reason.Hence,, Dalema was remanded and the matter was transferred to the Lethem Magistrates’ Court for June 7. Kevin Love Team USA Jersey Derrick Rose Team USA Jersey LeBron James Team USA Jersey C.J. Watson Magic Jersey Carmelo Anthony Team USA Jersey Jason Williams Magic Jersey Elfrid Payton Magic Jersey Deron Williams Team USA Jersey John Stockton Team USA Jersey

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    Machinery Corporation of Guyana Limited (Macorp), the sole authorised dealer for Caterpillar Machinery celebrated its anniversary of keeping the operations of miners running in Port Kaituma yesterday.Macorp provides sustainable products such as: engines,, components,, services and solutions for a total life cycle value.According to a press release sent by Macorp,, 12 months ago, the company launched the $100 million investment,, to the further development of the local mining sector,, as well as providing advice and solutions that add value for users of its equipment.“If you want mining to stay,, and you want to be efficient,, you must also ensure that it is done in accordance with our laws,, our regulations, and also with good mining practices so an integrated solution must run the entire gamut concerned and connected with responsible mining,” was Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Robert Persaud’s challenge to Macorp a year ago.Macorp thanked the customers in Port Kaituma and promised to continue to provide the required products and social support to an increasing clientele and developing communities; to ensure that they are successful in their business and everyday life.According to the release,, customers are enjoying less downtime in the mines and easier and more affordable access to spares and the many integrated solutions offered under their preventative maintenance scheme which lends to the reduction of harmful mining practices.The core business in Port Kaituma is Product Support. C.J. Watson Magic Jersey Kyle Lowry Team USA Jersey John Stockton Team USA Jersey Tracy Mcgrady Magic Jersey Vince Carter Magic Jersey Paul George Team USA Jersey Orlando Magic Jersey Kevin Love Team USA Jersey James Harden Team USA Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 14:22:41

    Sherwin Benjamin,, the Guyana Youth and Student Movement (GYSM) member who assaulted an elderly woman at the People’s National Congress Reform’s recently concluded Regional Conference has been suspended. The incident has since been reported to the Police and criminal action would be pursued.Benjamin has been suspended pending the investigation and its determination when a final decision will be made.The party in a statement to the media said that whatever may be the alleged reasons for the assault,, the PNCR considers the behaviour as “totally unacceptable and inexcusable”.This newspaper was informed that the woman had made a derogatory remark regarding the sexuality of one of Dr Richard Van West Charles’s supporters and it was that remark which angered Benjamin, who resorted to attacking the woman.The General Secretary of the Party,, Oscar Clarke,, who was present,, promptly called on members of the gathering who witnessed the incident,, to submit written statements about what transpired,, so that party investigations could begin forthwith. The party has also promised that the Disciplinary Committee of the Party would expeditiously deal with this matter.Corbin in addressing the conference before its conclusion had denounced the incident as shameful,, unacceptable,, “and contrary to the well-known policy of the Party of being totally and inexcusably against any form of violence and abuse against women in society.”This newspaper understands that as the participants of the conference were gearing to vote there was a flurry of heckling and the woman hurled an unsavoury remark towards a doctor who is also a close supporter of the Dr Richard Van West Charles faction. This angered another supporter of Dr Van West Charles, who punched the woman.The assailant was forced to flee the congress after several angry participants pursued him. He managed to make good his escape in a vehicle. Christian Laettner Team USA Jersey Juwan Howard Wizards Jersey Shaquille ONeal Magic Jersey Michael Jordan Team USA Jersey Orlando Magic Jersey Tracy McGrady Team USA Jersey C.J. Watson Magic Jersey Kyle Lowry Team USA Jersey DeMar DeRozan Raptors Jersey


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 14:43:37

    – had assaulted female several weeks earlierThe Guyana Defence Force rank,, who was involved in a fracas with local announcer Nerissa Pearson a few weeks ago,, was yesterday charged with two counts of assault when he appeared before Acting Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry.Second Lieutenant Denzil Mingo is accused of assaulting Nerissa Pearson and Donella Broodie,, on June 19,, 2011. To the charge he pleaded not guilty. He was represented by attorney at law Paul Fung-a- Fat.Second Lieutenant Denzil Mingo,, conceals his face as he leaves court yesterday.The lawyer in a bail application stated that his client poses no risk of flight,, and has a fixed place of abode.He said that the mere fact that his client is just 19 years old and is a lieutenant in the army shows that he has a promising future.There was no objection to bail by Police Prosecutor Steven Telford. However the prosecutor sought to bring to the court’s attention that more charges are expected to be instituted against Mingo.The magistrate asked how soon that would be and according to Telford it could be as soon as today.Mingo was subsequently placed on $10,,000 bail for each count of assault. He is expected to return to court next month.This newspaper understands that Mingo was involved in a physical altercation with several police ranks on Friday night. The incident happened at a popular Hadfield and John Streets restaurant. Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Manchester United #39 Rashford White Away Soccer Club Jersey Wholesale Jerseys Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 14:44:30

    United States of America Embassy’s Chargé D’Affaires,, Bryan Hunt sees it as important that Guyana moves as swiftly as possible to chose and implement a model for the Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF).He gave many reasons for this among which was the fact that US oil company Exxon Mobil is “rapidly” moving forward with its exploration.Hunt told Kaieteur News that the US and Canada are working together to help the government of Guyana to promptly move ahead with the fund.“We think that the Sovereign Wealth Fund is important,, no questions about that,” said Hunt adding that President David Granger had committed to the implementation of such.“So we will do whatever we can to support him in that quest. I think it is going to be very important that Guyana considers all of the models out there because the Sovereign Wealth Fund has hundreds of different models that can be used.”The diplomat said that in this regard,, US representatives are working closely with their Canadian colleagues and others in the Diplomatic Corps. Hunt indicated that he and his colleagues will try to give information to the government of Guyana about the models available.He added that the team will seek to help the relevant officials become exposed to some of the experts in the area “so they can work with them to get some of the pros and cons in the various models and then hopefully settle on the one that would best fit the needs for Guyana.”Hunt was keen to note that the selection of the models would not be done by him or his colleagues. He said that “going forward as to which one is a question for the government and for public debate in Guyana. It is not that ‘model one’ is better than ‘model two’, for each has its own pluses and minuses,, so I think helping the government through that is going to be very important.”The US diplomat indicated too that the government’s intention,, as communicated to him,, is to include not just revenues from oil and gas but also from the mining sector and forestry industry in the fund.He said that therefore, “moving expeditiously is going to be very important.”“I do not know what government’s legislative timeframe is but I know that they want to have it in place as soon as they possibly can; and given that the Exxon Mobil exploration continues to move forward rapidly I think it is in everyone’s interest to do it as fast as we possibly can,,” said Hunt. Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Nike Dolphins #94 Mario Williams Green Womens Stitched NFL Limited Salute to Service Jersey Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 14:44:41

    Promoting inclusion and fairness for children with varying forms of disabilities is a crucial factor in plotting the way forward for a suitable disability framework. At least this is the deduction of the 2013 State of the World’s Children Report.The Report was last week officially launched by Minister of Education,, Priya Manickchand, who underscored that while much has been done in Guyana to address the prevailing challenge, there is still much more to be done.Education Minister Priya ManickchandAccording to the Report, in addressing concerns involving disabled children, it must be ensured that children with disabilities should not be treated or regarded simply as the recipients of charity.“They have the same rights as others – among these, the right to life and to the opportunities that flow from good health care, nutrition and education,, the right to express their views and participate in making decisions, and the right to enjoy equal protection under the law,,” the Report outlines.Moreover, it highlighted the point, which was supported by the Education Ministry’s Planning Officer Evelyn Hamilton, that children with disabilities belong at the centre of efforts to build inclusive and equitable societies, not only as beneficiaries, but as agents of change. It is the view of the United Nations Children’s Fund-authored Report, that children are the ones in the better position to comprehend their own needs and evaluate their own response.As such it was noted that in any effort to promote inclusion and fairness, children with disabilities should be able to enlist the support of their families, disabled people’s organisations, parents’ associations and community groups. Additionally, it was amplified that this vulnerable section of the population must be able to count on allies further afield. It was emphasised that Governments,, for instance, have the power to help by aligning their policies and programmes with the spirit and stipulations of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and other international instruments that address or affect child disability.It was noted, too, that international partners can provide assistance compatible with the Conventions, even as Corporations and other entities in the private sector seek to advance inclusion, while at the same time attracting the best talent by embracing diversity in hiring.Against this background, the Report pointed out that the research community is working to improve data collection and analysis.“Their work will help to overcome ignorance and the discrimination that often stems from it. Furthermore, because data help to target interventions and gauge their effects, better collection and analysis helps in ensuring an optimal allocation of resources and services,,” the Report adds.However, it was asserted that decision-makers need not wait for better data to begin building more inclusive infrastructure and services “as some have already found, inclusion involves and benefits entire communities and its elements can be applied to new projects across the board.”It has therefore been highlighted that all that is needed is for these efforts to remain flexible so that they can be adapted as new data is uncovered.It is expected that before the end of the year, the Education Ministry will have in place a working Disability Action Plan. However, Minister Manickchand had last year spoken of that Action Plan which is geared at addressing the needs of children with disabilities,, even stressing that it was well on its way to becoming a reality.She was hopeful that it would have been in place since last year,, but that ambitious goal had not materialised. The Minister had nevertheless assured that “I can promise you that before my term is up we are going to have an Action Plan in place, with a view to making sure that the needs of our disabled children are met.”This development, she said, will see the Ministry seeking to look at how it can improve its process of teaching as well as to better train teachers and facilitate better remuneration in order to ensure that teachers are encouraged to venture into the area of special needs education.“We want teachers to come into this field, but we also know that it is harder than being a regular teacher,” the Minister noted, as she highlighted areas the Action Plan is expected to address.These features include issues such as the accessing of several geographical locations for some disabled children and the importance of ensuring that parents do not only understand the importance of sending their children to school, but also ascertaining whether they can afford to send them.“It is a holistic approach in attempting to meet the needs of our disabled children. 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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 14:44:43

    – says chopping incident could disrupt peace on the islandA prominent Leguan cattle and rice farmer has expressed fear for his life and that of his family,, following a bitter dispute that has the potential of disrupting the peace of the island’s community.Roopchand Maraj, whose three sons are in police custody as a result of a chopping incident which has left two islanders nursing injuries,, believes that once the police carry out a proper investigation the situation could be amicably resolved.Maraj’s sons are accused of chopping 23-year-old Glendy Alleyne and Kwame Stanton after cornering them in a house on Leguan on Sunday night.The circumstances of the incident are conflicting, since there are reports that one of the businessman’s sons was injured also, and required 22 stitches to seal a gaping wound on his hand.Maraj is convinced that Sunday night’s incident has its genesis in a dispute his sons had with the victims of the cutlass attack.Speaking to this newspaper yesterday, the businessman recalled that two months ago the men had attacked one of his sons while he was impounding some cattle.He said that the men beat his son, released the cattle and relieved him of a gold chain,, acts for which they are presently before the court.He recounted that on Sunday night while the family was burning Holika, they received word that their pasture which is located on another section of the island was also alight.“When we think is another Holika burning,, is the pasture burning,” Maraj stated.He told Kaieteur News that one of his sons was heading home from the Holika burning,, and was attacked by two of the men, but he managed to ride away and made it safely home.The men followed him home issuing threats all the time.They only dispersed, leaving a bike behind, when Maraj’s son emerged from his house to confront them.Maraj said that he and his son then left for the police station to report the arson on their pasture.Eventually they left to go and put out the fire,, and on their way they encountered several men who were armed with cutlasses and sticks.He told this newspaper that he warned his son to be careful since it appeared that the men were determined to attack him.A few hours later another son drove up to the burning pasture and related that the men had attacked him, chopping him on his hand.According to the businessman,, he does not know what transpired later that night between his sons and the men but he did receive reports that the men were wounded.“My sons said that they were attacked and they retaliated,” Maraj explained.On Monday morning the Maraj family received information that a group of villagers who were armed with sticks and cutlasses had assembled along the road that led to their cattle pasture and rice fields.“Meh son hear that they waiting to kill him. He had to leave his bike and run into the bush. The police was there but they couldn’t do nothing because was plenty people,” Maraj told Kaieteur News.He said that his son hid in the buses until he made his way to the edge of the island where he was rescued by a speedboat.Later on Monday the police arrested two of his sons while the other one turned himself in yesterday.Maraj believes that if the matter is not handled properly by the police, the situation could escalate.“I am fearful for my life and my family. My property is also at risk,” said Maraj who indicated that he is willing to meet with the persons involved to diffuse the situation. Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys

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    The horse cart operator who was shot and robbed by armed bandits on Monday is in a critical condition at the Georgetown PublicHospital’s Intensive Care Unit.The man, Isaac King,, 39,, of 77 D’Urban Street,, was shot in the neck by bandits who robbed him of a gold chain and two gold rings. The incident took place at Cul-de-sac Street,, North Ruimveldt.Yesterday when this newspaper visited the man, no relatives were present at the hospital. Hospital officials said that the man is at present hooked up to a life support machine and breathing machine. He is also receiving intravenous drips and oxygen.Kaieteur News understands that a police detective visited the man to check on his condition. A police source said that they are following up some leads, which may lead to arrests.The man’s friend, Pawlos Daniels, who took him to the hospital, had said that King was in the area to collect something from a resident.Daniels explained that a resident had contacted King,, since he was horse cart operator,, to uplift a computer desk.The man said that King went to the house earlier but the resident said that he was not finished with the item so he should return anytime after lunch.Daniels said that he was told by King that he, King,, returned to the house and he was standing outside when two men in a white car pulled up and exited.The men demanded that King hand over a gold chain and two gold rings. King fought back with the two bandits and during that scuffle he was shot.The injured man managed to walk to his friend’s house, approximately eight doors away.The friend quickly summoned a taxi, was taken to the hospital and immediately rushed to the operating theatre. Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Jerseys Manchester United #39 Rashford White Away Soccer Club Jersey Cheap NFL Jerseys

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    A Berbice man says he plans to approach the police to have his daughter’s body exhumed for a second post mortem.Baljewan Singh’s daughter,, Tharmattie Ramsaram, died on March 24 at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation,, after allegedly ingesting a poisonous substance at her Mahaica home.Tharmattie RamsaramKaieteur News understands that a post mortem, performed by government pathologist Nehaul Singh,, indicated that death was due to pesticide poisoning.But Mr. Singh had expressed suspicion that his daughter, who suffered from seizures that had rendered her incapable of doing the simplest of chores,, could not have poisoned herself.He stated that after suggestions were made to him to have his daughter cremated,, his attorney approached the High Court and was granted permission to have the cremation deferred “until a second and more thorough post mortem is done.”But Mr. Singh claims that although the pathologist had twice turned up to conduct the post mortem,, ranks from the Mahaica Police Station failed to show up.And when his daughter’s remains began to deteriorate, the frustrated father said that he decided to bury her remains without having the second post mortem.His daughter was laid to rest this week,, but now Mr. Singh says that he still wants to know the truth about her demise. Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey

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    – “I told him I could be his grandmother and he said ‘what f***ing grandmother… lie down leh I f*** you’.”A female security guard was raped twice within 35 minutes last Monday after a young robber broke into the guard hut she was in at a Day Care Centre in East Ruimveldt, Georgetown.The 60-year-old woman was beaten and robbed before being raped twice by the man, who was arrested Wednesday night.This occurred around 01:00 hr. on Monday last.Yesterday,, the woman recalled her horrifying ordeal and claimed that after she was sexually molested; her attacker had her walking naked towards an isolated area to kill her.Luckily, a resident who resides nearby heard the commotion and came out just in time to rescue the elderly woman.The mother of five explained that she was in the guard hut at the day care centre when she noticed a shadow.“I got up and asked who was there and then I see like someone ducking and then the person suddenly raised up with a jersey over his face and stare at me,,” the security guard recalled.While holding a wood in his hand and threatening to kill her, the man demanded her purse.“I gave him the purse and he asked me how much I got in it and I said $18,240. When he checked he said that I lie,, he only see $240. He cuff me twice and he said if he can’t get money,, he ‘got to get f***,’” the woman claimed.She added that the man demanded that she remove her pants and underwear. He dragged her to the ball field in the day care compound (a bushy area) and raped her.“When he done,, he tell me to get up and he walk back in front and he keep asking for more money. All this time I keep remembering all those old people who were raped and killed and I was praying not to be one of them,” she said.According to the elderly woman,, after the man demanded more money for a second time, he told her that he needed to have intercourse with her again, since she didn’t have any money to give him.“He asked me how old I was and I said 60. I told him that I could be his grandmother and he said ‘what f***ing grandmother… lie down leh I f*** you’. He asked me if I got man and so,” the woman said.The victim said that when her attacker noticed that she was crying, he threatened her. “When I screamed for help, he said he will kill me and that no one will hear.”Kaieteur News was told that after the mother of five was raped for a second time, her attacker demanded that she remove all her clothing.“He said that he has to kill me now and I keep crying and begging. He told me to walk and then a man that live a short distance away came out and call out for me and I started hollering for help and he (attacker) run away,,” the woman revealed.The matter was reported to the police and the suspect was later arrested.Investigations are ongoing. Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Lakers Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Nike Texans #17 Brock Osweiler White Womens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 14:46:51

    Take a walk through Merriman Mall and you will realise that it has come a long way from the days of makeshift stalls where hucksters plied their trade.Over the years, these hucksters endured numerous challenges but today they are stallholders who consider themselves entrepreneurs. They vend just about everything. They also produce the tantalising aromas of the different foods that are cooked on the spot.But all is not well with the vendors there and as such,, a few of them decided that they would use the opportunity of the establishment’s 13th anniversary to highlight the ever famous Merriman Mall.We have been here 13 years shout members of the planning committee One vendor, Colin Henry,, who has been there from the beginning and is a member of the organising committee,, said that while there has been drastic improvement more needs to be done. The administration responsible for the area needs to do less talking and more action,, he said.He said that through the anniversary they would help to further establish the Mall which he did opine was already a house hold name.Henry lamented the fact that they have been pleading with the officials to step up the security and clean the place on a more regular basis.He did however praise what he has been able to achieve. “Quite a lot of my achievement in life is as a result of the Mall.”He said that the vendors who are there are like one big, happy family and they try to be innovative and creative in promoting their businesses.The stall holder also pleaded that there be greater support from the council to have the place be a little more uniformed and upgraded, pointing out that apart from the Mall having the potential to being a spot tourists would like to traverse they would like the place upgraded so they can better serve their consumers.“We would like to see more support from city council even if they give us just the moral support.”Another stallholder and one of the persons on the committee that helped to organise yesterday’s activity said that at present business is not doing to well.Sandra Richmond told this newspaper that this anniversary was one of the driving factors behind the drive to sensitise consumers about the fact that there is the Merriman Mall where a great deal of products and services can be sourced.There are some 160 stalls there but on any given day there are only about 50 per cent opened. Some never opened since the establishment of the Mall in 1997. She suggested that some of these stalls should be repossessed and placed in the hands of persons that actually want to utilise them.One stallholder who converted her spot into a beauty parlour and has been there from the inception said things have certainly changed for the better. Business was slow in the beginning, she said.She said that she was confident in the location and this confidence has paid off for her through persistence.Carla Correia is another stallholder who has placed her faith in the Merriman Mall.Speaking with this newspaper she said that her love for cooking caused her to establish her business there and she has been there for the past four years.“Sometimes it good, sometimes it slow…but you got to try still.”Desrey Corbin who is referred to as the “First Lady” because she has been there from the beginning using makeshift stall, said that the Mall has come a long way since its inception.She stressed,, however, that there is a need for the officials to support them more and instead of sitting in their offices, reach out on the ground and interact more with the stallholders so that they could better be able to come up with ways to better the Mall.To give an idea of just how diverse the stalls at the Merriman Mall are,, Ras Camo operates an arts and craft booth inclusive of a musical band.Ras Camo said that he has been there from the inception. He said that his business is unique in that he caters to a certain clientele. “This is not like if is food.”“The Mall is indeed good…the Mall is blessed,” according to another stallholder, Simone Hinds, who credits that location and her business for making her who she is today.She said that it is a prime location for her business. 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    RHTYSC, BCB, GTU stage historic Tribute to Teachers and Students Awards The Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club in collaboration with the Berbice Cricket Board and the Berbice branch of the Guyana’s Teachers’ Union on Thursday hosted an historic Tribute to Teachers and Students Awards Ceremony.The venue was the New Amsterdam Secondary School. Some 90 of the most successful teachers and students from Regions Five and Six were honoured for their outstanding contribution towards theAll the recipients with their awards.development of education and their outstanding performances in the respective schools during 2012. The ceremony,, the largest award scheme to ever be held in Berbice for educators and students, received sponsorship from among others,, Food for the Poor, Metro Office and Computers Supplies and the Berbice River Bridge Company.Speaking at the awards ceremony club Secretary/CEO, Hilbert Foster gave a background report on the programme which started in 1994. He said that for schools to qualify for this programme,, they were given raffle sheets which they had to fill.The money from the raffle was used to purchase the gifts that were presented to the successful teachers and students.He said that the club has invested heavily in the educational sector as it strongly believes in the importance of education for youths. Over the years,, the club activities under its pro-education campaign included television programmes,, scholarships, summer camps, evening classes, donations to schools, sponsorships of debates, essay, posters and spelling bee competitions, tributes to retired teachers, tributes to Head teachers, erection of billboards,, distribution of school bags, printing of magazines and posters and the Grade Six and CSEC outstanding students programme.He said that it is all done with a commitment to making sure that every youth has an educational background and to avoid drugs at all cost. He expressed gratitude to the other institutions for coming on board and making the programme the success it was and chided those, including some schools that did not see it fit toSchool teachers including the donors and organisers displaying their the activity.President of the RHTYSC and the BCB, Keith Foster, a former teacher himself, hailed the programme as another red letter day in the lives of both organizations. He stated that the importance of education should not be underestimated; it is the foundation to a successful future, he said.He pledged that the RHTYSC would continue to invest in education.President of the GTU, Colin Bynoe, praised the work of the RHTYSC which he described as the best in Guyana and the Caribbean.Bynoe spoke of the importance of honouring teachers. It is an avenue to motivate them and he called on the relevant bodies and corporate entities to follow in the footsteps of the RHTYSC.He said that he was disappointed that less than fifty percent of the more than 200 schools in the two regions participated in the activity.He blasted the Departments’ of Education of the two regions for shunning the activity and stated how displeased he was that none of them were represented at the function. He however took the opportunity to congratulate the teachers and students who were awarded.Also speaking at the ceremony were GTU Regional Vice President of Berbice, Caroline Bruce, who stated that it was always her dream to be part of a Berbice wide awards programme for outstanding teachers and students and called on the awardees to double their efforts so that the ancient county can reclaim the honour of being the best in Guyana at every level of the educational sector.Other speakers at the gala ceremony included Region Six Vice Chairman, Bhopal Jhagroo, who congratulated the organisers and recipients and noting that the human resource in the most important resource in a country and must be cherished.Regional Councilor and BCB first Vice President, Anil Beharry, noted that some in the teaching profession nowadays are money driven and asked that more emphasis be placed on teaching in the classroom. Also speaking was Berbice Metro Branch manager Miss Avia Lindie.The combined 180 teachers and students drawn from both Regions Five and Six received a collection of medals, certificates,, gifts and special prizes that included cosmetics, educational materials, photo albums, footwear and ornaments. Nike Broncos #6 Mark Sanchez Blue Alternate Womens Stitched NFL New Elite Jersey Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Houston Astros Jerseys Wildcats #4 Rajon Rondo Blue Basketball Stitched NCAA Jersey Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Manchester United #39 Rashford White Away Soccer Club Jersey


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    – Raul Castro pushes for greater integrationCuba’s Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque talks with Cuban President Raul Castro at the opening of the third CARICOM-Cuba Summit. With the world facing financial and energy crises, which are to be blamed on “failed neoliberal policies” of wealthy countries, Cuban President Raul Castro says, commitments between the regional integration bloc CARICOM and Cuba now take on additional relevance.He was speaking at the opening of the third Cuba-CARICOM Summit in Santiago de Cuba on Monday. President Bharrat Jagdeo attended the summit, which ended yesterday.Caribbean leaders, for their part, are backing calls for an end to the U.S. trade embargo.“The Caribbean Community hopes that the transformational change that is underway in the United States finally relegates that measure to history,” Baldwin Spencer, Antigua and Barbuda Prime Minister,, said. Spencer is the current Chairman of CARICOM.“The projects (CARICOM and Cuba) have fostered, and that we intend to continue strengthening, are not based on the rules of neoliberalism, which is collapsing today like a house of cards.“They are not aimed at taking a comparative advantage or maximising profits, but rather at promoting development, justice, equity and the welfare of human beings,” the Cuban leader declared.Leaders of the 15-nation CARICOM discussed the global financial, food, energy and environmental crises and their impacts on the region.“As we proceed with every project and programme – with the exchange of skilled personnel and the transfer of technology, with the training of health professionals or the offering of health services – we are closer to the integrated region it is our intention to build,” Castro said.He said that the way was open for greater integration between the Caribbean and the whole of South America “without relinquishing our national or Caribbean features.”For Raul Castro,, who was handed the presidency by his brother, Fidel, early this year, the Caribbean leaders were in Cuba at a complex time. Of recent, Cuba has battled the “genocidal” economic blockade imposed by the U.S., together with the world economic crisis and the devastating consequences of three hurricanes which hit the Communist-run island two months ago.However,, he said,, these difficulties were not enough to make Cuba renounce its commitment “to our sister nations.”But he,, nevertheless, warned that, “The reckless disaster caused by speculation, individualism and greed will hurt the Caribbean economies.”The energy sector raises other challenges for Caribbean countries, said Mr Castro, who called on countries to “save as much oil as possible while simultaneously looking for clean and renewable sources”.He blamed the energy crisis on the “unsustainable consumerist and squandering model imposed by the rich countries.”“Despite the present conditions,, these elements enable us to have confidence in the continuity and the strength of our bonds, and in the possibility to continue developing our cooperation as an essential component of Caribbean integration.”President-elect, Barack Obama of the United States, will be sworn into office on January 20. He has said he would ease travel restrictions on Americans wishing to visit their relatives in Cuba,, or to send money back home.CARICOM leaders were expected to bestow an honorary leadership post on 82-year-old Fidel Castro, making Cuba’s ailing ex-President the first official of a nonmember country to receive such a designation.“Today we pay tribute to a man who was a source of great inspiration,” said Secretary General Edwin Carrington. “He has been a true Caribbean citizen.” Nike Dolphins #94 Mario Williams Green Womens Stitched NFL Limited Salute to Service Jersey Wholesale Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys Flyers #53 Shayne Gostisbehere Orange Stitched NHL Jersey Blackhawks #72 Artemi Panarin Black Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Miami Dolphins Jerseys Wholesale Baltimore Orioles Jerseys

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    By Leonard GildarieIt was an emotional event. I saw the tears in the woman’s eyes and remembered those in my mother’s eyes almost 28 years ago.The woman led her son by the hand to the front of the monument,, and watched as he laid a wreath in memory of his father. I briefly wondered if he understood the event.Little Mark’s father, Constable Shane Fredericks, was killed along with three other policemen when gunmen attacked the Bartica Police Station in February.The tears on the face of Poonawattie Persaud, his mother, told the tale all too clearly. “Why me? Why us?” she seemed to be asking.Last Sunday, for the third time, I attended the police’s annual ceremony at Eve Leary, where fallen ranks are remembered.My brother, who was invited, could not make it, as he was called to duty. So I was once again nominated to take his place.My father,, Lakhram Sukdeo, regulation # 10510, was killed in January 1980 while on a security watch at the GPL substation located at Sheriff and David Streets, where the new Railway Embankment is now. He was attacked, and during retaliation was stabbed. His gun was taken away.The ceremony is always a touching affair to me. For the police ranks, it is the loss of a colleague, a friend, a brother.For the families, it represents lives torn apart; children never knowing their fathers, families always crying out for justice.This week I contemplated penning my feelings on the event, because of its significance to me and the emotions it raised.I was torn between writing, since it is never easy placing one’s private life in the public, though, ironically, that is what we as the media do all the time, and maintaining my peace.I remembered all too vividly January, 1980. I was at school, a mere six-year-old lad attending Enmore Primary School.My uncle came on his bicycle at around midday and collected my brother,, Desmond, and me. I recalled at that time thinking it was strange since school was not yet over.Although the memories of that day remain a little vague, I seem to recall being told that something had happened to my father. We were staying by my grandparents’ home in Enmore.My father and mother lived in Turkeyen, but my brother, Desmond, and I attended school in Enmore. I guess it was a traditional thing for the family to be attending that school.I cannot remember the funeral much, except that the police give my father a 21-gun salute as a farewell to a fallen comrade.I could remember also the funeral procession as it wended its way to the Cove and John cemetery. I could remember the rain.In 1980, it was difficult to purchase cement, because of supplies. Somehow,, the police were able to get a few bags for the tomb.As the years rolled on, it was not unusual for someone to come and rub my head and express sorrow about my father’s death. My mother, though silently suffering, was a rock of strength for us.Although a number of persons were arrested and placed before the courts, there was not enough evidence and they were released. Police later said that they killed the two men during encounters.Every year,, on Father’s Day, my brother and I would attempt to visit the grave site and do some cleaning.For the first few years, I know my mom was really depressed back then. She would take longs walks with us to the beach at Enmore.I believe she still has some of the police uniform as keepsakes. I remember wearing one of his shirts, a blue one, to work.Fortunately for me, my mom met someone a few years after my father’s death, and I never really felt as if my father had died.We have a sister now, and although we live apart now, there has never been a time more than now when I feel that my family is truly complete, because my father is watching down and he sent us an angel in the form of a new father.Last Sunday, as I stood and listened to the solemn notes of the “Last Post”, I knew that not many families would have been as fortunate as mine to be able to move on.I heard Minister Clement Rohee give his speech, and listened to the promise of Commissioner Henry Greene to get justice for the families of policemen who lost their lives in their prime.Between 1913 and 2008, police records indicate, some 54 ranks were killed in the line of duty. 30 of these policemen died after 2000.After the ceremony,, my colleague at the Kaieteur News, Dale Andrews, introduced me to the wife of Harry Kooseram, who was killed in an ambush in 2002 at Strathspey Public Road, East Coast Demerara.Kooseram’s younger daughter was one of the top CSEC and CAPE students, and is at the University of Guyana studying medicine. The teenager, according to her mother, became even stronger after her father’s death. This may have been the main factor in her performing so well.The achievements of the children of other policemen who were directly affected by the crime wave have not gone unnoticed.The daughter of Corporal Gregory Brusche, who was shot in the head during the crime wave and lost his sight, was outstanding at last year’s Secondary Schools Entrance Examinations.As I stood there, I wondered how many more families would be torn apart because of senseless killings; how many would have the strength to recuperate. Some of the mothers had had to start working to ensure the children had a chance. It is never easy.The wreath-laying ceremony, no doubt, is significant. The police must be commended for initiating such an event, and while it can never be enough,, it is a start. 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    – $80M more for fuel, repairing machinesThe construction of the聽Hope/DochFour聽Canal聽the government is building to help drain water from the East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) is behind schedule,, the government said yesterday.Head of the Presidential Secretariat,, Dr Roger Luncheon, said that there are delays on specific outputs, but he could not say what those are. The canal is being constructed at a cost of over $3.8 billion.Minister of Agriculture Dr. Leslie Ramsammy,, last December, said that he was concerned that critical aspects of the project may not be completed by the June 2013 deadline.The National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) is utilizing its own machinery to dig the canal. On Wednesday, the government approved a further $80 million for fuel and lubricants and to repair and service excavators and other machines.However, for the NDIA to complete its work, it has to wait for the head regulator and the bridge to be completed. In addition,, the sluice, which is being built by Contractor Courtney Benn, has to be constructed.The NDIA is currently shaping the dam and installing geotextile material in the canal and this is expected to be completed by the June 2013 deadline. BK International is responsible for the construction of the head regulator.聽 The construction of the Public Road Bridge is the responsibility of DIPCON Engineering Services Ltd.The construction of the High level Outfall Sluice Structure at the Atlantic Ocean end (North of the Hope Secondary School) is the responsibility of Courtney Benn Contracting Services Ltd.The opposition has argued that the construction of the聽canal聽is unnecessary since desilting the Mahaica Creek and the four discharges currently used could do the job at times when the EDWC is at a dangerously high level and discharge is necessary.The Conservancy has been a source of grave concern recently, given usual periods of heavy rainfall. When the conservancy,, which holds water to irrigate farmlands during the dry season, is overwhelmed, it threatens the integrity of the dam, which,, if compromised could cause widespread flooding on the heavily populated East Coast Demerara.In recent years,, during the rainy season when the water built up in the Conservancy, the government has had cause to ease the water into the Mahaica and Mahaicony Rivers, flooding out the farming communities along the rivers.聽 Some residents have had to abandon their homes and farmlands and have taken up housing offered by Food for the Poor.The World Bank, in 2007, approved what it called The Conservancy Adaptation Project, which overall costs, US$3.8 million.The project aims at strengthening the government鈥檚 and donor understanding of the EDWC system and coastal drainage patterns through the integration of advanced mapping and engineering analysis.The project also aims at implementing infrastructure investments to improve drainage performance, to strengthen the institutional capacity for managing water and floodwater levels, and to guide interventions to reduce Guyana鈥檚 vulnerability to floods.The Conservancy system includes a reservoir,, fronted by an earthen dam; drainage channels, used to release excess water from the reservoir during the rainy season; and a network of聽canals, used to provide drinking water and irrigation during the dry seasons. Because of this system, farmers are able to realize two harvests of sugar cane and rice annually.The drainage relief structures were created to protect the EDWC dam from overtopping and collapsing during rainy seasons.As the sea level rises, the hydraulic head between the EDWC water control structures and sea outlets is significantly reduced.聽 The smaller head reduces both the flow rate and discharge window available to discharge excess water from the system.In addition,, sea level rise has shortened the discharge window for the coastal plain.聽 At present, flood control is managed on an emergency basis and control efforts are focused on responding to immediate needs rather than the development of long-term control strategies.This ad-hoc system of flood control is no longer effective and there are limitations on the ability to manage water levels in the coastal plain and prevent flooding and hence the need to better manage the Conservancy. NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China

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    With the recent death of a Guyanese who contracted the H1N1 virus, Public Health Minister Dr. George Norton has said that the Ministry immediately started dealing with the health care workers who were attending to this patient, as well as their relatives.“Thus far, no one has come down with the signs or symptoms of that particular viral infection,” he said.This statement was made by the Minister in an interview with the Government Information Agency (GINA). In terms of preparedness Dr. Norton noted, “There is a tablet that we use and we have it available. There’s also a vaccine,” he said.A point to note is that currently Trinidad and Tobago has a shortage of this tablet and they’re seeking help from Guyana with this first line of attack. Having sufficient, the Public Health Ministry has agreed to assist Trinidad by supplying the tablets.With respect to the vaccine,, it is not an antigen that is given routinely, the Health Minister explained. “This influenza-like vaccine is done occasionally in times of crises,, and we have not reached that stage where we would go and give the vaccination to everyone.“However, not so long ago,, Guyana has on record vaccinated 120,,000 Guyanese, using that same vaccine; so if it becomes necessary we will do so,, but so far we don’t have- there’s no need for that,” he added.Further, Port Health Officers are fully aware of these preventative and treatment measures and are fully prepared to deal with any unpleasant situation.“They are there present at the Timehri International Airport and the Ogle International Airport,, along with the Moleson Creek crossing, the Lethem Bridge as well as Charity. But of course … we’ve got the porous border.“The water is low in the Takutu River in the Ireng River and people are literally walking across those rivers. In all the different parts of the Rupununi, Achiwib for instance,, and places like that,, also in Region Eight, in the Kanapang, Itaback areas, you have persons who cross that river just walking across,,” he explained.Symptoms of the H1N1 virus include coughing, fever, sore throat, body aches and headaches. It can only be transmitted if an infected person coughs or sneezes and thus releasing the virus infected particles into the air.Citizens are urged to abstain from travelling to countries where the H1N1 virus is present unless it’s necessary. Maurice Richard Canadiens Jersey Dominic Moore Canadiens Jersey Oscar Lindberg Rangers Jersey Alexander Semin Canadiens Jersey Ken Dryden Canadiens Jersey Ron Francis Penguins Jersey Alex Killorn Lightning Jersey Steve Yzerman Red Wings Jersey Tomas Plekanec Canadiens Jersey

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    A 56-year-old licenced firearm holder was shot twice yesterday while trying to assist an allegedOne of the spent shells.robbery victim.George Andre Shortt, of Lot CC Eccles, East Bank Demerara (EBD) sustained gunshot wounds on both legs when he was shot by a lone gunman on High Street,, Georgetown in the vicinity of Silvie’s General Store.Shortt is currently a patient at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC). When this newspaper visited the hospital yesterday, he was in the theatre preparing to undergo surgery.According to reports,, Shortt, the owner of G.A Imports, saw a man choking another individual in front of Silvie’s Variety Store which is located next door to his establishment. He decided to offer his assistance after he realized that it was a robbery.The businessman, according to a police source,, went into his store to collect his firearm. When he returned to the scene of the robbery, before he could have done anything, he was shot twice.“Before he could have got a chance to shoot, the man shot him twice when he (gunman) saw him approaching. Perhaps, he didn’t see the man (gunman) had a gun,” a police source said.The gunman was dressed in black and white and escaped immediately after shooting the businessman. Shortt was not robbed.This newspaper was told that the victim of the robbery,, who Shortt tried to assist,, did not make a report to the police stations.“At this point, we have no idea who the victim is and if he was robbed of anything,,” a police source told this newspaper.When contacted,, the injured man’s son, Andre said that he was in no position to divulge any information.At the scene,, neighbours said that they heard loud explosions but had no idea it was gunshots until the police arrived.“I went inside and all I hear was ‘bang, bang’ but I thought was some car or something but later my daughter come and tell me the police outside that’s when I know it was a robbery,” one woman related.Police recovered two spent shells and one of the gunman’s slippers at the scene.Investigations are ongoing.Meanwhile,, at around 20:00 hrs on Tuesday, armed bandits stormed a supermarket at Enterprise, East Coast Demerara (ECD) and escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash in a waiting car.This newspaper was informed that the men entered the store during closing hours and held up the owners.Investigations are ongoing. Tanner Glass Rangers Jersey Justin Peters Capitals Jersey Ron Francis Penguins Jersey Mats Naslund Canadiens Jersey Eric Fehr Penguins Jersey Brett Hull Red Wings Jersey Evgeny Kuznetsov Capitals Jersey Jarred Tinordi Canadiens Jersey Chris Chelios Red Wings Jersey

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    Canada – A “significant dent” has been made in the ‘Ndrangheta crime cells operating in the GTA, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said Wednesday, the day after pre-dawn raids that resulted in 19 men arrested.Keith Finn, superintendent of RCMP, speaking on Wednesday at a press conference. (Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun)The arrests were part of a two-year investigation that targeted the ‘Ndrangheta criminal organization,, a confederation of Mafia families that originated in Italy but has since spread to different countries including Canada.There were 24 search warrants executed by the 260 officers in Toronto, York Region, Hamilton, Bradford, Peel and Durham regions comprising the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit (CFSEU).Investigators seized three firearms, $15,000 cash,, eight and a half kilograms of cocaine, and seven kilograms of marijuana as well as computer equipment.“There are two key cells of all the ‘Ndrangheta, I would say they are significantly dented,” said RCMP Supt. Keith Finn, the officer in charge of the CFSEU,, at York Regional Police headquarters in Aurora.“Today,, they are no longer effective. Does that mean that the enterprise itself — are there still elements out there? Absolutely. Our work is not done.”However,, Finn emphasized the investigation was able to establish “the hierarchy, the relationships and the criminal subculture that exists in their world, as to how to behave and conduct business.”They were able to identify Giuseppe Ursino, 62,, of Bradford as one of the Mob bosses as well as Carmine Verduci, 56,, who was gunned down in April 2014 outside a Woodbridge cafe in broad daylight.Police sources told the Toronto Sun at the time that the assassination was considered part of the vendetta war involving Montreal’s Rizzuto crime family.Diego Serrano,, 66, of Vaughan, was identified as a “significant facilitator” of these organizations, Finn said.Investigators allege drugs were being smuggled to Toronto using planes from Costa Rica and Jamaica, and ships from Guyana and the Dominican Republic to Halifax. There were also shipments by truck from Halifax to Toronto.“The ‘Ndrangheta group has a way of conducting business that makes it hard to infiltrate their crimes,” Finn said.“How bad are these guys? In one case, there was specific direction provided about how to extort money from a victim. And that included don’t exclude going to the victim’s family and using them and, if need be,, you put a gun in somebody’s face.”The ages of those charged span from 26 to 66. Bail hearings for the accused began Tuesday at Old City Hall and the next scheduled date is June 30. ( Mike Richter Rangers Jersey Nikita Kucherov Lightning Jersey Glenn Anderson Rangers Jersey Henrik Zetterberg Red Wings Jersey Walt Tkaczuk Rangers Jersey Howie Morenz Canadiens Jersey Brian Leetch Rangers Jersey Dominic Moore Canadiens Jersey Darren Helm Red Wings Jersey

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    …has $1B in outstanding electricity paymentsAs early as this morning, the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) will be hosting an urgent meeting of the Council’s Finance Committee to address the likelihood of the Council’s electricity being cut before the week is out or by early next week.Not without the usual bickering between the Council and acting Town Clerk, a decision was subsequently taken to address the matter. They all agreed that ‘blackout’ means the Council will be unable to function.Deputy Mayor Chase- Greene speaks on GPL issueCity Hall is alleged to owe the Guyana Power and Light some $1,090,572,575 as at April 30, 2013. The letter addressed to Mayor Hamilton Green stated that the Council’s indebtedness to the power company rose by some $186,,711,,962 from last August when GPL would have been corresponding with the Council over outstanding payments.GPL thus demanded that the Council pay all funds owing by Friday or face disconnection and legal action instituted by the power company.The City Council however, expressed surprise at the colossal sum said to be owing. Councilor Ranwell Jordan reported that every month the Council has been paying $7M to the electricity company. For two years now, he continued, the Council has failed to reconcile payments for street lights which, he said is the major part of what was owed to GPL.GPL too was blamed for not reconciling the street light bill which according to him, had to be written off since it included sums acquired “umpteen years ago.” Two overdrafts were already written off. It was also expressed that there had been talks with GPL over outstanding bills and discourse on manners of payment,, he said.Deputy Mayor Patricia Chase-Greene added that she had been following the GPL issue as it pertained to payments owing to the electricity company. After expressing her surprise at the current bill, she challenged the acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba to deny a contention that she was “dealing with the matter at another level.”Chase-Greene said that under the Pluck (a former Town Clerk) administration, there were talks with GPL. She said when the current Town Clerk assumed her position, she (Greene) called the Town Clerk on many occasions to ascertain the position of those talks and was told by the Town Clerk that she was “dealing with it at another level”.Chase-Greene pointed out that in relation to another outstanding electricity bill that was already dealt with,, payments had to be made within six months and were so done despite the austerity measures.An argument however sprung in the midst of talks pertaining to the GPL bill when the Town Clerk was asked to provide the proof she promised, to support allegations that the Mayor’s office had been abusing the use of gas and ink. The matter came up when the Mayor spoke about getting a copy of the GPL bill to the Town Clerk. He charged that his office was being denied ink and gas for travel by the Town Clerk,, and a copy of the GPL bill to the Town Clerk was being done on a personal capacity.The Council refused to accept a verbal report on the abuse allegation as they said Sooba promised that at the next Statuary meeting-which was yesterday- that she would provide written information.Councilors vote on their remuneration restored.Back on the GPL issue,, the Council by way of a vote decided that the GPL matter would be earnestly dealt with this morning. The Town Clerk however sought to have her say on the matter and was denied. 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    The sale of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) co-generation power plant at Skeldon forBusinessman,, Robert BadalUS$30M is a clear indication that Government has no answers to problems facing the industry.“This latest move by the PPP Government shows clearly how incompetent it is with no answers to the problems facing GuySuCo and the thousands of families that depend on it for their livelihood,,” says businessman, Robert Badal.A former sugar industry worker,, Badal now owns the Pegasus Hotel and the Guyana Stockfeeds Limited. He has come out in support of the coalition which is contesting the May 11 elections.“It shows vividly that a once profitable enterprise has been made bankrupt by poor decision making of a ruling elite in a similar fashion that they presided over the impending collapse of the National Insurance Scheme, the impending destruction of the hotel industry and many others,” the businessman said yesterday.Last week,, in a joint statement,, GuySuCo, the Guyana Power and Light Inc. and the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL), which handles Government assets,, announced that it has sold the power plant.The sale will raise money for the cash-strapped GuySuCo which has been facing sliding production and world prices in recent years.The power plant was a major part of the US$200M Skeldon modernization project which included a new factory and which was handed over the Chinese contractor to Guyana in August 2009. The project has been facingGPL’s Chairman, Winston Brassingtonmajor problems since then, unable to reach targets and sucking the little cash that GuySuCo had left.The power plant sale is widely seen as attempt to raise cash for GuySuCo after the Opposition objected to and questioned a $3B loan by the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission to the Ministry of Housing for the purchase of cane lands for house lots on East Coast Demerara.That transaction failed to go through.“It is time that sugar workers all over Guyana stand up for their rights and express their protest ýand demand an immediate and complete reversal of this transaction,” Badal urged.“How would anyone in their right mind contemplate such a foolish idea? The most competitive and efficient part of sugar production is its co-generation facilities providing its factories with reliable and cheap power. 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    – Authority working on enhancing efficiency In October last, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) consolidated all its operations in one location,, at its new head office in Camp Street. This new location accommodates the Customs and Trade Administration, Licence Revenue Division, the Value Added Tax and Income Tax Divisions, the Human Resources and Finance Division and the GRA Secretariat.Yesterday, the Commissioner General of the GRA – Khurshid SattaurThe new Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) building on Camp Street, Georgetown.and several department heads gave the media a tour of the ground floor of the new facility where most of the services are accessed by customers.Sattaur explained that the tour is to give a view of how the GRA serves the Guyanese public on a daily basis.“We have done a lot of things to speed up the time it takes to do business here…everything is now happening at this location quite apart from what it used to be six months ago when you had to visit about five locations to have services rendered to you,” he said.He acknowledged that with the offering of all the services at one location there would be congestion,, which is due to the agency’s employees totalling 700 and the number of people who approach it for services. He noted that on a normal day the GRA is visited by over 2,,000 people and that amount doubles when deadlines for tax submissions are close.“We are proud of what we have achieved, and we want the Guyanese public to know that we have done this mainly because we have you at heart,” Sattaur emphasised.He indicated that the GRA has been receiving some negative publicity in the news/daily publications despite the efforts to better its services.“We are very saddened by all of this,,” he said. Sattaur expressed that from the very beginning critics said that moving would not work, nevertheless the GRA,, today, is doing more business than before.He acknowledged that parking for customers is still an issue, but GRA is working to address it. Thus far there are two designated parking lots for staff,, and customers can also park along the roadside.Customers accessing services at the facility.Karen Chapman-Deputy Head of the Customs and Trade Administration, Gavin Low – Senior Manager,, Tax Exemption,, Mellissa Romeo- Manager,, Compliance and Liability and Wayne Austin- Senior Manager, Licence and Motor Vehicle Registration gave explanations for the services offered and procedures of their respective departments. (GINA) Justin Abdelkader Red Wings Jersey Jonathan Drouin Lightning Jersey Matt Murray Penguins Jersey Oscar Lindberg Rangers Jersey Nikita Kucherov Lightning Jersey Curtis Joseph Red Wings Jersey Sergei Nemchinov Rangers Jersey Mario Lemieux Penguins Jersey Wayne Gretzky Rangers Jersey

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    The community of Tumatumari, home to a defunct 1500kW hydro power plant, could soon return to the renewable power supply following the reactivation of the facility in the area.Director, Tumatumari Hydro Inc Herman Rohlehr addressing the leadership forum at the Arthur Chung Convention CentreTumatumari Hydro Inc, a special,, private sector company, with a 50-50 partnership between local and regional investors,, has sought to invest in the rehabilitation and expansion of the plant to produce and sell bulk electricity.Director of Tumatumari Hydro Inc, Herman Rohlehr,, has disclosed that the company is set to start initial operations in the second half of next year.“We look forward to having hydro-electric power on a modest scale in place by the end of July of 2016,” Rohlehr informed a leadership forum at the Arthur Chung Convention Centre on July 31. The event was facilitated by the Ministry of Communities.The Tumatumari Hydroelectric Rehabilitation Project is one element of the Tumatumari Industrial Development Project, a Government statement indicated yesterday.The project is aimed at establishing a natural resource-based industrial operation that utilises water,, forest and minerals in Region Eight. The provision of clean, relative, inexpensive,, renewable energy (hydroelectricity) is at the core of the initiative, through the rehabilitation and operation of the existing Tumatumari Hydroelectric station.Phase One of the project entails rehabilitation of the hydro-electric plant to deliver 1.5mW of power and the construction of two 30-kilometre power delivery lines.Phase Two will see the facility expanded by the addition of two more 0.75 megawatts turbine.The primary consumers would be from Mahdia and other communities including Tumatumari and Micobie,, and Troy Resources Guyana Gold Mining operations. It has a projected tariff rate of US$0.18 for a kilowatt of power.Rohlehr told the forum that the company intends to spend US$5M for Phases One and Two.The results of the investment should see the provision of low cost renewable energy for bulk supply to the communities and to residential distributors,, including those that supply electricity to the approximately 600 existing consumers in Mahdia community.According to Rohlehr, Tumatumari Hydro Inc, has negotiated a power purchase agreement with the Mahdia Power and Light (MPL) Limited.The agreement provides for bulk electricity to be sold to MPL which would in turn, retail it to consumers.Rohlehr stated that the Tumatumari Hydroelectric Rehabilitation Project also provides for an additional 300 consumers in the planned Mahdia housing scheme development. It also caters for another 80 consumers in adjacent communities along the power line extension, including the Amerindian villages of Micobie and Princeville.He explained that the overarching Tumatumari Industrial development also includes two other components. These are, the Tumatumari Lumber Inc which will be engaged in the building, drying and finishing of lumber and a quarry project that will provide for dimension stones, which will be mined, cut and polished into black granite.Rohlehr pointed out that these operations are to be adjacent to the hydroelectric power station. He noted that together, their upstream development will bring investment,, value-added natural resource based industries, underpinned by cheap and reliable energy.In addition to a projected saving of approximately US$40M on fuel imports into Guyana over the first ten years of operations; based on the average oil prices of US$17 per barrel, the projects are set to enhance the potential for nearby ecotourism,, improve the social and economic livelihoods within the hinterland communities and other benefits including, access to internet services through the planned introduction of broadband over power line technology, the Government statement said yesterday.They will also lead to the creation of up to 30 direct new jobs and an estimated 30 more indirectly and result in the equivalent of carbon dioxide emission savings of 10,000 tonnes per year, Rohlehr said.The hydroelectric station at the Tumatumari Falls on the Potaro River was the first hydropower station in Guyana. It was constructed by British Guiana Consolidated Goldfields Limited to power two large dredges for gold mining operations in the mid-1950s. It had an installed capacity of 1500kW and used 2 x 750kW Francis turbines. However, following a prolonged workers’ strike, the operations were closed in the early 1960s. It was put back into use in 1976 by the Guyana National Service (GNS) to supply power to its administrative centre and other activities. Up to 1987, one turbine functioned. Tie Domi Rangers Jersey Eddie Giacomin Rangers Jersey Dylan Larkin Red Wings Jersey Vincent Lecavalier Lightning Jersey Nick Bonino Penguins Jersey Henri Richard Canadiens Jersey Oscar Lindberg Rangers Jersey Jonas Gustavsson Red Wings Jersey Valtteri Filppula Lightning Jersey

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    David Livan,, 52,, a hire-car driver who was involved in the accident that claimed the life of Navindra Seeram,, was released on $200,,000 bail on Wednesday before Magistrate Faith McGusty at the Anna Regina Magistrate’s Court.Livan was charged indictably with causing death by dangerous driving, and Prosecutor Oswald Pitt requested that the offence remains indictable.According to the police, on February 14 at Hibernia, Livan drove his car, HB 2139,, in a dangerous manner causing Seeram’s death.In an application for bail,, Counsel Dindyal,, said that his client was gainfully occupied as a hire-car driver for the last 34 years. He also said that ever since the incident his client has been hospitalised, suffering from the injuries he received to the head, eye and about his body as a result of the beating he got from irate residents of Hibernia.Prosecutor Pitt was adamant, though, that the driver should be refused bail. In his submission he said that a life was lost and as such the offence is a serious one which carries a custodial penalty.He noted that Livan had previous matters before the court and was always reluctant to attend those trials, and as such he poses every chance of being a flight risk. Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys

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    – denies sons got OLPF jobs because of connections– feels Ramjattan has too much bitternessFormer Parliamentarian of the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), Joseph Hamilton, stresses that he severed contact with that party over four years ago after witnessing vulgarity and profanity at Congress Place,, shortly after Leader, Robert Corbin, had defeated a move to oust him.Speaking in a press conference for the first time since his announcement at Albion, Berbice,, that he would be endorsing the People’s Progressive Party/Civic and its Presidential Candidate,, Donald Ramotar for the November 28th national polls,, Hamilton also categorically denied that his two sons got jobs in a government programme because of his connections.His two sons are now working in the One Laptop Per Family (OLPF) programme in which government is aiming to distribute 90,000 of the items within the next few years to poor family.Joseph HamiltonHamilton’s sons are members of the PPP’s youth arm,, the Progressive Youth Organisation.Admitting that there have been criticisms over his decision to support the PPP/C, Hamilton said he has known Ramotar for years now as a “friend and associate”.“I don’t know Mr. (David) Granger at all.”He described the former army chief as a “political Lilliputian, incapable of mobilizing people and clearly out of his depth”Hamilton denied he was offered any position with the PPP/C and insisted he just wanted to play his part in helping to develop Guyana.Regarding the politics of the PNCR,, which has partnered with a number of opposition parties to form A Partnership For National Unity (APNU), Hamilton felt that the front has failed to come across as an all-inclusive party, rather focusing on “only addressing the development of black people”.While stressing that he has no problem with any party focusing on any particular group or people, Hamilton emphasized that he did not want to be part of that.The former PNCR Parliamentarian claimed that he sought to implement changes within that party, even endorsing senior official Vincent Alexander in his leadership bid back in 2007.On his feelings for the Alliance For Change, Hamilton felt that the party leaders only wanted power and do not have the capacity to govern.“Ramjattan, because of his bitterness and anger,, once given power,, would be too busy dealing with retribution and have no time to carry out his work,,” Hamilton opined.He denied that he has bitterness for the PNCR and pointed out that since his parting with them, he has not written anything or issued any statement against that party. Sidney Crosby Penguins Jersey Rod Langway Capitals Jersey Henrik Zetterberg Red Wings Jersey Brian Boyle Lightning Jersey Dan Boyle Rangers Jersey Zack Kassian Canadiens Jersey Tanner Glass Rangers Jersey Carey Price Canadiens Jersey Rick Nash Rangers Jersey

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    Residents and boat operators in the Pomeroon River,, Region Two, are calling on Government to hold further talks before introducing measures that will mandate all vessels and its captains to be licenced.Government had moved to clampdown on river lawlessness following a number of deadly accidents. In December last year, a collision between a vessel carrying officials of the Region Two administration and another passenger vessel resulted in six persons being killed. In January, 11 persons were killed in another accident in the Mazaruni.Operations at Charity,, Pomeroon River yesterday.Inadequate safety equipment, carelessness and speed were blamed in the incidents.An under-pressure Maritime Administration Department (MARAD) immediately announced plans to train more inspectors and launched a licencing campaign.Earlier this week, MARAD officers,, as part of its campaign,, descended on the Pomeroon River, a key waterway that leads to Region One and several Amerindian communities in the Region Two area. The communities included Wakapau, Akawini, Kabakaburi and St. Monica.Several passengers’ vessels were found to be without documents and were ordered to be tied up.With boats being the main means of transportation,, the situation has to be tackled in a more comprehensive manner, says Howard Cornelius, a spokesman for passengers’ vessels that ply the Pomeroon River route.With many families owning engines and boats, the costs to regularize the situation would be in excess of $60,,000 annually, Cornelius told Kaieteur News. Around $20,000 is needed for a captain’s licence while another $32,000 is required for the actual boat licence.Many families would be hard-pressed to meet these fees.“We have met as concerned boat operators who ply the Pomeroon River. We understand the measures that Government is trying to do. We want to meet either with the President or somebody to discuss this issue.”Several boat owners met this week at Charity, Region Two, where they would drop off their passengers and produce from the many farms that litter the Pomeroon River.Among some of the issues raised was that the Pomeroon River is not a port area, with many families despite owning a boat and engine,, barely managing to eke out a living.While there is a grace period for families with engines below 15 horsepower, the reality is that the majority of families will have to park their vessels if the licencing system is implemented without some kind of time extension.Cornelius estimates several hundred boats operate the Pomeroon River daily.There are about 30 vessels operating as passengers’ vessels from Charity.With the river serving as a gateway to the Essequibo coast,, situations like medical emergencies,, NIS and even the costs to school children will be severely affected.Yesterday, a MARAD official noted that there was widespread worry over the operations of vessels in the waterways.Many of the vessels are unlicenced, with even children found to be operating them. Many of them are also without life jackets, a major requirement.A meeting is planned for Monday at 09:00hrs at the Farmers’ Wharf, Charity, for the boat operators and others to discuss the way forward. Chris Kreider Rangers Jersey Alexei Emelin Canadiens Jersey Glenn Anderson Rangers Jersey Rick Nash Rangers Jersey Oscar Lindberg Rangers Jersey Jonathan Ericsson Red Wings Jersey Justin Abdelkader Red Wings Jersey Alex Killorn Lightning Jersey Mario Lemieux Penguins Jersey

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    Residents of Canal Number Two have expressed anger over drainage works at Canal Number Two,, West Bank Demerara. The black High Density Polyethylene (HDP) pipes were placed under the roadway and covered with dirt without any kind of supporting structure.Already, in some parts,, Mondesir Street, at Canal Number Two,, has started to sink where the four pipes are located, a clear indication that not much thought went into the project.Mondesir Street is a main access road used by cane and other cash crop farmers in Canal Number Two and the culverts would have provided crucial drainage for those farmlands located there.However, already the pipes which have been only covered in dirt are showing signs of pressure from the traffic and are bent in some places.Last week,, residents of the Claybrick road in Canal Number Two called Kaieteur News and pointed to a huge depression in the road above one of the pipes.“What kind of wuk is this? Like they don’t know what they doing? Even a school child will tell you that you can’t do wuk like this.”Another resident said that government had been calling for citizens to monitor projects and report if there are problems,, noted that it is only a matter of days before the HDP culverts collapse.On Friday, a government engineer handling the laying of the pipes said that works on the pipe are not completed as yet and equipment will be going in again shortly.However, it was unclear what this meant since it is unheard of that contractors would place down pipes, cover it up and then do works to build a supporting structure to take some of the anticipated weight that is likely.Kaieteur News was unable to confirm reports that these HDP culverts cost an estimated $2M each.According to one resident, if this is the case,, then the contract was grossly overpriced.It was said that the 36 inches pipes cost approximately $300,000 each. With construction works estimated around $200,000, residents said that if it is indeed $2M for the laying of each culvert,, then Guyanese are not getting value for their tax money.This newspaper has learnt that several more of the pipes have been laid in Canal Number Two area to boost drainage. Nike Cowboys #89 Gavin Escobar Navy Blue/White Throwback Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey 2014 Olympic Team USA #44 Brooks Orpik White Stitched NHL Jersey Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Golden State Warriors Jerseys Nike Rams #99 Aaron Donald Royal Blue Alternate Mens Stitched NFL Elite Jersey Cheap Jerseys From China Wholesale Real Madrid Jerseys


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    A man who allegedly opened fire at the police on March 15 was ordered to remain under police guard at the Georgetown Public Hospital,, after he made a court appearance before Acting Chief Magistrate Melissa Robertson.Bryan Hescott,, 21, on March 15, last,, at Middle Road, La Penitence, with the intent to disfigure or disable,, allegedly discharged a loaded firearm at police officer Mark Garnett.A further charge states that the same defendant on the same day had in possession a .38 special revolver with two rounds of ammunition without being the holder of a firearm licence. Hescott pleaded not guilty to all charges. He was unrepresented.According to the defendant, on March 15 the police came looking for a wanted man whom they presumed was in the area.“I hear de gunshot and I run outside to see what taking place,” Hescott told the magistrate.He said that he was standing on the steps and saw somebody run past him, but he didn’t make out the person’s features.Hescott said that a few seconds later, a policeman who was in plainclothes came into the yard and shot him. He added that another policeman told his colleague that it was the wrong person.“Ya Worship de policeman shoot me but another police came and tell he that I is not de wanted man”.He further explained that after he was shot the policeman told him that he should have killed him. According to the defendant, although he was shot the police still continued to beat him and he fell in the trench.He said that police left his house and went three doors away from him and came back with a gun and told him that the gun belonged to him.“Ya Worship I never see that gun and de police say is me own, plus they shoot me in my arm and de bone break up” Hescott explained.He pleaded with the magistrate for him to be admitted to bail because of the injuries he sustained during the shootout.“My Worship, I need dressing for the wound and the prison don’t have the necessary things for my arm,,” Hescott pleaded.Police Prosecutor Denise Griffith told the court that on the day in question the police had received word that a wanted man was in vicinity. She further explained that it was the defendant who fired a shot at the police and the police returned fire,, which resulted in Hescott being shot in his arm.The prosecutor said that the police did not retrieve the firearm some three doors away.In the end,, Hescott was ordered back to the Georgetown Public Hospital and is to remain there under police guard. He is expected to return to court on April 3. Wholesale Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Real Madrid Jerseys Giants #27 Juan Marichal Grey Cool Base Stitched MLB Jersey Wholesale New York Yankees Jerseys Wholesale Golden State Warriors Jerseys Avalanche #9 Matt Duchene Black 2016 All Star Stitched NHL Jersey

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    His battle-scarred body bears evidence of a tough life, but this Lodge resident declares: I am no killer! By Michael BenjaminA resident of Norton Street, Lodge, whom his fellow villagers dubbed a potential killer, has vehemently denied the allegations, stating instead that he is just a victim of abuse.The man, Orrin Burkette, was referring to an article appearing in this newspaper last Saturday. Residents of Lodge Housing Scheme had labelled ‘a certain resident’ living in Norton Street, Lodge a potential killer. Burkette said that he has every reason to believe that he is the resident referred to. The damage he sustained to his eye He said that early on the morning of Saturday, January 31last, he had a fight with a friend, Eusi Johnson, over a bottle of rum. He said that they were at a party in Joseph Pollydore Street at the time. Burkette also admitted chopping Johnson after disarming him. However, he said that Johnson had dealt him several stabs about his body, and he was merely defending himself.Burkette said that the fracas had its genesis when he and some other friends, including Johnson, were hanging out in front of the Bloomingsdale Night Club. He said that they were consuming a ‘grenade’ (a mini bottle of XM rum). He said that after the contents of that bottle were depleted,, his friends nominated him to go to the bar and purchase another. He said that the alcohol was being sold at the Bar for $600, as against $300 at a nearby shop.The man related that he decided to capitalize on the cheaper price. “The boys gave me $1500 to buy two ‘tomahawks’ (large XM 5-year-old rum) but the shop had none, so I decided to buy five ‘grenades’ instead,” Burkette said. He said that when he returned with the alcohol, Johnson approached him and angrily demanded to know what took him so long. He said that he offered an explanation,, but, apparently not satisfied, Johnson became angry and started calling him vulgar names. Burkette said they had a heated exchange of words and the situation got out of hand. “Eusi asked me if I want fight and me ent back down,” Burkette said. He said that they proceeded outside of the dance to settle the score. Burkette said that no sooner had they reached outside than Johnson whipped out a knife and dealt him several stabs.Indeed, there were wounds to several parts of Burkette’s body. The blood oozed from a wound centimetres from his armpit and also from another by his elbow. There was also a bandaged wound on Burkette’s hip. He said that this particular wound was the worst of the lot and necessitated 16 sutures. The bloodied wound Burkette allegedly received in last week’s encounter with Johnson.All through the interview, the young man was grimacing in pain. 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He said that he was not interested in seeking medical help, nor was he interested in reporting the matter to the police.The man said that it was only after he had left the scene that the seriousness of his injury dawned on him. “I start to feel giddy, so I decided to make a report at Brickdam,,” Burkette related.He said that the officers at that station dropped him off at the Georgetown Public Hospital, and instructed him to visit the Alberttown Police Station to lodge a report when he had received medical attention.Burkette said that he adhered to those instructions and spoke with the corporal at the front desk of the said station. He said that the officer informed his that his adversary had also lodged a complaint. She further said that she had also sent him to seek medical attention and return with the certificate. 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    The removal of roadside vendors from the streets of Georgetown is still high on the agenda of the Mayor and City Council. According to Deputy Mayor Robert Williams, plans are urgently apace to implement measures in this regard.During the Christmas season the municipality had given clearance for several vendors to ply their trade along some streets of Georgetown, a development that the municipality has already begun to target.City Mayor Hamilton Green had said last year that, while roadside vending is an illegal act, efforts would have been made during the Christmas season to restrict the vending activities rather than prevent them.He said that, although earnest attempts are continually being made to clear the city streets and pavement of congestion created by vending,, the Council has not been able to fully achieve its objectives.According to Williams at a recent statutory meeting,, the removal of vendors at the moment comes as part of an agreement and understanding between the municipality and the Government to end roadside vending.The Deputy Mayor said that vending on city pavements during the Christmas season must not be mistaken for a lapse by the municipality to enforce the city by-laws. He further asserted that the vending situation must not be interpreted to mean a release of the authority of the municipality. It was allowed in keeping with the circumstances of the day,, he added.Williams said that the situation is expected to be addressed to some extent with the completion of the Vendors’ Mall on Water Street.The Mall was reduced to rubble two months ago and, according to Clerk of Markets Schulder Griffith, it is expected that the concrete structures will be completed by this month-end.Currently vendors who once occupied the structures are allowed to ply their trade along the northern and eastern periphery of the facility.A total of 177 stallholders offering clothing,, haberdashery,, greens,, groceries and fast food will be accommodated at the facility when it is completed and, according to Griffith,, they are already anticipating their return to the facility in a very competitive way.He disclosed that it is anticipated that the rental of the stalls will serve to maintain the operation of the facility and contribute to the municipal revenue base at the same time.Up to Tuesday work was progressing satisfactorily on site, according to Griffith.With the completion of the Mall, Williams said that Water Street should be among the first streets to be cleared of street-vending, a process which will continue in Regent Street and all other streets along which vending occurs.The Mall was initially brought into being by the municipality as a means of removing street vendors; however,, many vendors were of the opinion that the facility did not attract much patronage, thus they moved back to the streets.According to Williams, although it is the ideal move to rid all the city streets of roadside congestion caused by vending,, the municipality can only do a little at a time. Wholesale Jerseys Supply Cheap Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys

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    In an effort to address the constant flooding that has been experienced in Region Two (Pomeroon/Supenaam) every time it rains excessively, the Ministry of Agriculture through the National Drainage Irrigation Authority(NDIA) is in the process of constructing a modern high capacity pump station,, at Lima,, Essequibo Coast.The project, which is in its initial stage, is expected to be completed within the next seven months provided that the weather is favorable. Currently excavation and revetment works are being carried out at the site. The installation of piles would follow.The pump which was sourced from India is expected to push some five cubic meter of water per second,, while the facility would bring relief to residents and rice farmers in Region Two.Region Two Chairman,, Parmanand Persaud,, who visited the construction site,, explained that the pump when it is installed will serve residents and farmers within the areas of Anna Regina to Hampton Court.Persaud said, too, that while drainage and irrigation within Region Two would be further enhanced,, often times the sluices become easily silted, thus preventing the fluid flow and resulting in constant flooding.The Chairman said that a mobile pump which was installed at Lima in January of this year will also aid in the process.Region Two has additional pumps which are installed at Three Friends,, Devonshire-Castle,, Hampton Court and Anna Regina.Only recently a number of residents’ yards and rice fields have been under water. The Region has since availed itself of pumps and fuel to rescue those persons affected. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Supply

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    …development programmes provide opportunity for skills training – surveyA survey funded by the United Nations Development Fund (UNDP) and conducted by a team from the University of the West Indies has found that young men in Guyana no longer consider education as a means through which they can elevate themselves.As such,, the team has suggested that the Guyanese society needs to find ways to encourage boys to participate more meaningfully.It was pointed out that as it stands, women in the Guyanese society are more responsive and responsible for dealing with the issues of the family and community.“It is apparent that boys lag behind girls in the education system, and by extension, the working environment also…For the adolescent boys, sports are a big ‘pull’, and in some cases it is the only activity that can bring young boys and fathers together,” the report found.The team cited that an important concern arising from investigation has been the high drop-out rate among secondary school students.The report pointed out that, between the period 2006 and 2007, the dropout rate for boys in Region Four was 16.30 percent and for girls,, 16.33 with the total number of dropouts being 1336 students.Several factors were identified as contributing to the phenomenon including: the inability or failure of schools to offer programmes that capture students’ interest, especially that of males; the influence of deviant peer group pressures luring some to fall easy prey to drugs and criminality.It was pointed out also that unemployment and poverty among households have made it difficult for students to be financially able to travel to school and purchase required materials.The UWI team also in their report, stated that the potential exists for higher levels of participation among young females, indigenous and poor via homework centres, upgrade of training facilities,, mentoring programmes, career guidance workshops, resident camps and entrepreneurial support programmes.It was also noted that ongoing development and expansion of new and existing industries in Guyana present opportunities for skill development and employment.“As a result,, skills training initiatives are recommended in response to national development projects in the following regions: Tourism, Chainsaw Milling Project, Amaila Falls Hydropower Project,, CGX Oil Exploration, Crabwood Creek Drainage and Irrigation, City Directional Map, Food Security, Mining and Quarrying,, and Agriculture.”The UWI did highlight that over recent years, the Government of Guyana has demonstrated a clear recognition of the importance of developing the labour market, as evidenced by increase financial allocations for training and development.In 2009,, the Education Sector was budgeted $19B and of the total allocation, $3.4B was expended on capital projects while $15.5B was dedicated to operations of the sector, including $9B for wages and salaries.One recommendation by the UWI team for maximising Government’s funding of that sector, is the establishment of a National Training Fund with Government contributions matched by the Private Sector.“A variety of methods may be used for collecting contributions from the Private Sector, including direct taxes,, payroll levies and a levy grant system…As a key intervention strategy to meet Guyana’s projected demand over the next three to five years, for some 10,,000 skilled workers for major projects requiring both construction and operational skills. The Multi-sector Skill Training (MuST) Programme and the National On-the-Job Training (OJT) Programme, as implemented in Trinidad and Tobago under the Ministry of Science, Technology and Tertiary Education (STTE) were seen as best practices to inform skills training intervention strategies in Guyana.”The group highlighted the fact that both the MuST Programme and the OJT Programme are work-based training programmes geared to providing employability and skills for sustainable development. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Supply

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    The Government Pensioners’ Association Berbice Branch (BPA) celebrated its 18th Anniversary on Sunday. The anniversary began with a church service at the Roman Catholic Church of the Ascension in New Amsterdam and a special anniversary programme at its Vryman’s Erven office in the afternoon.Members of the BPA in church yesterday during a special service to kick- start its 18th birthday celebrations.Delivering the guest speaker’s address was President of St. Francis Community Developers,, Mr. Alex Foster, who charged the group to do some introspection and pave their way forward.He also asked them to dig deep to ascertain whether their group is of any relevance to today’s society and to the group’s own purpose. If it is not,, then it has much work to do,, Foster said.“When one celebrates an anniversary, one does so for different reasons,,” he stated.Foster noted that at a time of celebration and reflection, “it’s a good time to remember the things that made us who we are because if we forget,, we are bound to commit the same mistakes all over again.” “Reflection,, therefore,, is not a time to examine all the challenges that we have been able to overcome.”“We must remain relevant…and must also ask ourselves, are we still representing the cause that we identified 18 years ago?”He charged the pensioners’ association not to lose its way and its mandate. He also questioned whether the organization has the best [visionary] leadership to take it where the organization wants to go.L to R: Ms. Marrianne Tinnie; BPA President,, Mr. Johnson; Mr. Norman Semple; Mr. Alex Foster delivering his speech.During the special ceremony,, there was the cutting of the 18th birthday cake after which President of the BPA, Mr. Clement Johnson, read a brief history of the BPA. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:26:09

    Names in excess of 450 persons, inclusive of the three Lindeners, who died in what is being described as unlawful killings during the period of 2003 to present day, are expected to be inscribed on a monument which was yesterday unveiled and handed over to residents of the East Coast Demerara village of Buxton.The monument,, the brainchild of Morris Wilson, stands at the head of Middle Walk, opposite the recently commissioned Tipperary Hall.Wilson, who is a Buxtonian himself, told this publication that the initiative to build the monument came in light of the numerous persons killed in unexplained circumstances,, which to date numbers some 452, including those who recently lost their lives in Linden. Those names,, Wilson said, will soon be printed on the front of the monument to remind Guyana of times when the value of life was taken for granted.Residents and invitees chat in various groups following the unveiling of the monumentDuring his remarks, he urged those present to recognize the monument as a signal that the struggle for equality and justice continues. He said that the monument should erase from people’s minds the false notion of security in the country.Wilson alluded to those killed at Linden during the protest over the electricity tariff hikes,, saying that it was a perfect example of the disregard that exists for the value of life. He further mentioned that the names of the three slain Lindeners will also be erected on the Monument, along with others such as Minister Satyadeow ‘Sash’ Sawh, who along with his sister, brother and a security guard were murdered on April 22, 2006; Shaka Blair who was killed in his home at Buxton and Ronald Waddell who was gunned execution-style in front of his premises.The artist behind the creative structure, Barrington Braithwaite, said that the monument is very significant to represent an unforgettable period in this country’s history. He said the memorial was placed to recognize that life is not just organic but there is an essence which is extremely valuable.The monument, he said, is not a reminder of what took place in Buxton only but also what has transpired since 2003. Braithwaite said the idea came long before the Linden shootings, but after the incident, the necessity of such a figure was recognized.Several prominent individuals were also present to celebrate the unveiling of the monument. Leader of the Opposition David Granger, former PNCR leader Robert Corbin,, Alliance for Change member Nigel Hughes and Dr. David Hinds were all on hand to witness the unveiling of the structure. Relatives and friends of many of those whose names are expected to be placed on the monument were also present, with some even reciting poems and songs.Corbin, like many others, commended Wilson and Braithwaite on their plan to erect and construct the monument. He expressed sorrow at the constant need to comfort the families of slain individuals and the continued viewing of persons who lost their lives by the bullets coming from the guns,, in some cases, by those who are expected to protect. He, too, mentioned the recent killings in Linden, and stressed that it was a classic case of the continued struggle for equality and evidence of the prolonged issue of marginalization.David Hinds delivered a message of freedom and equality. He began by relating the history of Buxton,, and that of the African people, who he said worked hard to purchase and humanize the East Coast after purchasing the land from slave owners. Hinds called on various members of society who he said are the ones responsible for making change in the country, and asked that they play a more integral role in disseminating information and paving the way for the truth.He spoke of the monument,, which he said is much needed for persons to recognize the significance of life and the struggle of persons in this country.Opposition Leader Granger spoke about the Government’s reluctance to investigate and spearhead probes into numerous unlawful killings. He said instead of factories and schools,, monuments and cemeteries were being built.Nigel Hughes also took a swing at the Government for what he said are the unjust and unsanctioned actions they display. He congratulated those involved with the monument and requested that the next time they meet it would be to celebrate their victory against the injustices the people of the country face. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China

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    Two men, who were accused of killing a female taxi operator along Ogle Road, East Coast Demerara,, on February 10,, 2006, yesterday each received 30-year prison sentences, when they appeared before Judge Roxanne George-Wiltshire at the High Court.The sentences for the two 24-year-olds, Anandram Dharamraj of Seventh Street Success, East Coast Demerara, and his co- accused Naresh Boodhoo, of Success Squatting Area, East Coast Demerara, came after the men pleaded guilty to the lesser count of manslaughter.Three men were initially charged for the murder of 40-year-old Seerajie Singh also known as ‘Lalita’,, who operated a taxi service out of her Lot 129 Seventh Street,, Success,, East Coast Demerara home.Hemraj Boodwah,, the third accused, had luck on his side when the judge freed him from the charge due to what she described as a police “mess up”. He was advised to make something good of his life.The police said that on the day in question the duo summoned the taxi driver requesting her service. They then robbed and shot her in the mouth before making good their escape with her motorcar.The accused admitted to killing the female driver. They said they plotted Singh’s death while sitting on a koker near their village.In Boodhoo’s statement, he said that Singh arrived at Ogle Road with Dharamraj after they had summoned her to take them to that location. A gun was placed to the woman’s belly and she was ordered to stop the car. Dharamraj then exited the car while keeping the gun fixed on the woman.Boodhoo choked the victim while pulling her out of the vehicle. Dharamraj said in his caution statement that on the first attempt at shooting the woman the gun did not go off. He pulled the trigger again and Singh was shot. The woman then ran to the front of the vehicle, the shooter got into the driver’s side of the vehicle while his accomplice got into the passenger seat next to the driver. They then made off with the car leaving Singh on the roadway.According to the post mortem report read in court, the victim had died of a gunshot wound to the mouth. The bullet had entered through the mouth and exited through the back of the woman’s head. The gunshot injury caused respiratory inconsistencies that resulted in the victim’s demise.Prior to sentencing, two separate voir dire were held to determine whether the caution statements given to the police by the accused should be accepted as evidence in the murder trial. The statements were accepted and were later tendered as evidence.During yesterday’s hearing, a recommended probation report in relation to the two accused was read to the court by a senior probation and social services officer from the Ministry of Human Services. The officer related that her report had been conducted using family members of the deceased, the accused and their families, and persons from the Success community where the accused formerly resided.During the course of the hearing, one of the victim’s daughters opted to say something and after being allowed by the court, she requested to know why the accused did what they did and how they felt after taking her mother’s life.Apart from that it was revealed that the eldest daughter of the victim, who was listed as a witness in the murder trial,, passed away after she became ill subsequent to her mother’s death. That daughter was the one who took the call from the accused requesting that the woman transport them.Dharamraj, when given a chance to speak in court, gave a detailed account of what he alleged transpired on the day in question. He informed the court that he and Singh were involved in a relationship and the woman’s death was accidental. 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    Within the next two months, all state-owned vehicles will be affixed with Cooperative Republic of Guyana (CRG) registration number plates,, Minister of State Joseph Harmon said on Thursday.He explained that the CRG number plates will serve to easily indentify vehicles that are registered to the state.“You will not have the situation where private number plates are on vehicles,, and therefore they can be abused by persons,,” he said.Given the current challenges faced by the new Government, in recovering some of the assets, including vehicles, misappropriated by officials linked to the previous administration, Minister Harmon said, “As soon as you see a CRG number plate,, you know that it is a state vehicle,, so it is going to be easing and aiding in the identification of state owned vehicles.”He added that the new system will also make obsolete those vehicles that belong to the state,, but which people are holding under private number plates. “We will assign CRG numbers to those vehicles….Once you have a CRG registered vehicle,, but you have a private number plate on it,, then the police can actually go and seize that vehicle from you, because it belongs to the state”.All vehicles which will be purchased in the future for use by the state and state agencies will be fitted with the CRG registration.It was explained by Minister Harmon that following the presentation of a proposal to Cabinet, the move was approved.The Guyana Revenue Authority has also made a proposal as to how this will be accomplished. Minister Harmon said that once some minor adjustments to the Motor Vehicle regulations are completed to facilitate this change,, “I think within a month or two, we will start (affixing CRG number plates)”. Wholesale NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Jerseys

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    “Cancer awareness is always important…this is not a seasonal thing. The more we raise awareness the more people will want to get checked out and who knows we might be able to stop more cases…”By Sharmain GraingerRaising awareness about cancer, a disease that has had alarming fatal outcomes the world over, is notOncology Nurse,Sister Singhsomething that can be put on hold; not even for the holiday season.Fifty-two-year-old Rajkumarie Narine embraces this notion wholeheartedly. But she didn’t always feel this way. Things however changed about a year ago.In fact it was around the Christmas season of last year that something strange started happening to her.The mother of five and grandmother of 12, recalled an incident which she’d only later realised was an alert to something that would turn out to be one of the most traumatic experiences of her life.It was in the month of December, and of course preparation for Christmas Day was in full swing. Narine, who resides at 27 Best Village, West Coast Demerara, had however taken some time out to play with one of her young grandsons. During their playful exchange, she recalled that her grandson’s little elbow connected to her right side breast. It ached for a bit but the pain soon subsided.It didn’t feel like anything out of the ordinary. But a few days later the very breast that ached for just a bit had a painful lump. The days went by and the lump kept increasing in size, Narine recounted.“I say man is just a lump and was probably because this child accidentally hit me and it swell,” she noted. But the lump would increase in size throughout the Christmas holiday.By the beginning of this year,, the lump had reached worrying proportions.Even her family members were ready to rush Narine to see the doctor. She did not protest and before long was gaining medical attention at the closest hospital – the West Demerara Regional Hospital.It was clear that the medical workers who attended to her at the regional hospital were suspicious that Narine was the victim of a very dreaded non-communicable disease. They however did not want to be the bearer of bad news and before long she was transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC). The prognosis was definitely not good.Rajkumarie Narine (with hat) in the company of her daughter-in-law Vannie and grandson Naresh at the GPHC on Friday.Several examinations including a biopsy later,, at both public and private hospitals, Narine was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. This meant that the cancer was at an advanced stage where it had spread throughout the breast.This was all new to Narine. She, up to this point of her life, hadn’t even given cancer a thought. She wasn’t aware of anyone in her family who’d suffered from the disease, and so she certainly didn’t expect to be subjected to its brutal effects. “I didn’t know about cancer, but I know it was something to worry about. I was stressed out and scared, and my pressure went right up,” she related.Her family was right there with her and, according to Narine,, “there is nothing like your family being there for you. One of my sons he made soup for me every day…they wanted me to fight this thing.” And it was just this she did.Narine was required to undergo surgery on May 20, last, and has since undergone two bouts of chemotherapy at the GPHC’s Oncology Unit.Chemotherapy is a standardized cancer treatment regimen that uses chemical substances containing anti-cancer drugs.On Friday, Narine, in the company of her daughter-in-law, Vannie,, and grandson Naresh, was calmly seated in the waiting area at the GPHC. She was there to see the doctor. She will shortly have to undergo a third bout of chemotherapy, but has mixed emotions about this.Her reason for this, however, is justifiable.As she attempted to find a comfortable position on the hard bench in the waiting area, she reminisced how great she felt after undergoing the first bout of chemotherapy. The second round was the complete opposite.“After the second one I felt so sick…I couldn’t do too much. I would start cooking and just have to stop and go and lie down. It was nothing like the first time and I’m never sick, so I know it was the chemo making me sick,” she admitted.She has been accessing all of her chemotherapy treatment, as directed by the Oncology doctor she sees at the GPHC, free of cost. And according to her, “for a free service the care here has been good. I have absolutely no complaints. I am satisfied with the treatment and I am so happy that we have such a good service available right here.”She has however not only been spreading the word about the service offered at the GPHC, but she is keen on informing people, especially women, that they should never take their bodies for granted. “This thing can be really painful and I can tell people, if you can take it in hand, take it in hand right away; don’t wait for all the hardship that I had to go through.”HELPING TO TACKLE A PUBLIC HEALTH CHALLENGESister Singh is the longest serving Oncology Nurse at the GPHC. She doesn’t like the spotlight. In fact she didn’t even want to tell me her name when I approached her for a comment about her role in the Oncology Unit. She has been a part of the Unit since 2008.But she certainly has an undeniable passion for her job.After a whole lot of verbal nudging, bordering on begging,, Sister Singh was sharing how passionate she was about being an Oncology Nurse. But she wasn’t always involved in Oncology, which is a term used to describe the treatment of tumours.Sister Singh has been a nurse for over 40 years and has worked in both the public and private sectors. She disclosed that she commenced her nursing career right at the GPHC and stayed there for nearly two decades before moving over to a private hospital. She would eventually return to the GPHC.But it was around 2006, Sister Singh recalled that she was actually trained to become an Oncology Nurse. At the time a male nurse from Holland was doing a stint at the GPHC. Sister Singh was trained by the visiting nurse and upon his departure she was selected to take charge of the Oncology Unit.“I was eager to help patients with cancer…it wasn’t that I was just interested in cancer, but I had and still do have a general interest in caring for people and seeing them improve,” Sister Singh related.She disclosed that when she first took charge of the Unit there were about a dozen patients seeking care. But over the years the number of cases has grown considerably, she related, without divulging specific figures.“We used to see about 10 to 12 patients, but even before we started there was the Cancer Institute, but the service there comes at a cost and not all patients could have afforded it. So by the time people started knowing about the Oncology Unit we started to see a lot more patients,” she disclosed.The cases soared by the period 2010-2011. And according to Sister Singh, it wasn’t just adult cases being seen but young children as well. She said breast cancer was and continues to be the most prevalent type of cancer seen.And of interest,, she noted, “it hasn’t just been the women seeking help for breast cancer.”“Men also suffer from breast cancer…they are not immune. We don’t get them in the same numbers as women,, but we have a few who do come,” said Sister Singh, as she reflected on a case of a middle-aged man.He was in his mid-40s and was perhaps too embarrassed to seek treatment after he was diagnosed with breast cancer. She recalled that the man in the company of a doctor friend eventually made his way to the GPHC’s Oncology Unit and was afforded all of the necessary treatment.“We don’t discriminate here…and we have a bunch of friendly patients and we just talk all the way through their treatment…we are like family here,” said Sister Singh of the patient-staff relationship at the GPHC’s Oncology Unit.“I tell patients when they walk through that door they can’t come with a sour face…we want smiling people in here,” she insisted as a grin formed on her face.Turning her focus back to the male patient who was diagnosed with breast cancer, Sister Singh recounted that he underwent surgery, chemotherapy and eventually his cancer went into remission. That all occurred in 2012.But then her face turned pale, sad even. “I saw him earlier this year. 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    Gone are the days when persons enter Guyana for a weekend stay and are deterred from being able to drive around the country because of the fact that they weren’t able to access a permit in time.In an effort to cater to such needs, Manniram Prashad, Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce yesterday officially launched the issuing of driver’s permit for passengers entering into “our beautiful Guyana”.In a simple ceremony,, the Minister unveiled a sign in the arrival hall of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) at Timehri, which is intended to alert visitors that the service is available.Joining Minister Prashad at the ceremony, which essentially launch a public awareness campaign,, were Chief Executive Officer of the CJIA,, Mr. Ramesh Ghir; Director of the Guyana Tourism Authority (GTA),, Mr. Indranauth Haralsingh; and representatives of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA).Explaining the simple procedure,, Minister Prashad said that a visitor just has to present his/her driver’s licence from their country of origin; fill out an application form; and depending on the class of vehicle that person is allowed to drive in their country, a permit will be issued for a similar licence in Guyana.The minister said that the sign is the first of the many that will be mounted at numerous parts of the airport. According to him, the new process is being implemented as a preliminary developmental step for Guyana’s tourism industry because lots of persons have been enquiring about obtaining driver’s permits at the point of entry.According to Prashad, the process is “hassle-free” and the service will be accessible once flights are in operation. He informed that the permit will be valid for one month and is renewable up to three months.Prashad said that the new procedure would be especially beneficial for persons coming into the country for just a weekend or a brief visit.He disclosed that the service will also be available at the Ogle International Airport,, and they are looking at how the facility can be implemented at the Moleson Creek and Takutu Bridge crossings.According to the minister, the issuing of driver’s permits for visitors would be disseminated both locally and internationally including to foreign missions, the Caribbean Tourism Organization,, hotels, resorts,, tour operators and other stakeholders in the tourism and hospitality industry.Before this implementation,, tourist coming into the country would have gone to the Guyana Revenue Authority’s office to get a driver’s permit. However that system has been said to be inadequate because of the long lines and the hassle visitors had to go through in order access a permit.The minister said that he anticipates that car rentals in the area will “mushroom” as a result. Cheap Los Angeles Dodgers Jerseys Nike Raiders #28 Latavius Murray Black Team Color Mens Stitched NFL Limited Jersey–3-allen-iverson-white-bethel-high-school-stitched-nba-jersey-840.html 76ers #3 Allen Iverson White Bethel High School Stitched NBA Jersey Cheap Custom China Jerseys China Jerseys Online–13-salvador-perez-new-grey-cool-base-stitched-mlb-jersey-908.html Royals #13 Salvador Perez New Grey Cool Base Stitched MLB Jersey Blackhawks #35 Tony Esposito White CCM Throwback Stitched NHL Jersey Cheap Chicago White sox Jerseys Red Wings #91 Sergei Fedorov Red/Blue Nike Stitched NHL Jersey

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    Beverage giant,, Ansa McAl, yesterday launched its ninth edition of the “Carib Soca Monarch”. This year’s competition will see some 22 contestants trying to get their hands on that $1.5M cash price.Organizers of the event also disclosed,, yesterday,, that they are seriously considering adding a motorcar as another prize for the winner.Ansa McAl’s Marketing Manager, Troy Cadogan, said that the reason they keep the competition is because they have realized that music is the life of carnival festival. He said that in the formative years of the Soca monarchy the music was not at a particular level.Cadogan said that after sponsoring for a few years,, the company recognized that although the impetus was there (prize money) one would still hear foreign music on Mash Day.He said that contestants were treated to a music workshop with renowned artistes from around the Caribbean. He said that they have had the highest number of entries, 33. He explained that those entries were shortlisted to 22.Cadogan further noted that this year’s competition will return with the quarterfinal leg. He said that the last time the quarterfinal was held was way back in 2007. This according to the organizers will no doubt augur well for the future of the competition and the further development of both the artiste and the local music industry since it allows for more participation and wider reach.From a total of 33 entries, which matched last year’s record, the in-house judging team has selected 22 for the quarterfinal which is scheduled for February 2, 2013 at the Mackenzie Sports Club Ground in Linden. Of the 22 quarterfinalists,, 12 are first time entrants to the competition.This stage of the competition will see five contestants being eliminated. Those remaining will advance to the semifinal on February 9,, 2013 at the Area H Ground, Rose Hall,, Corentyne where a further five will be dropped.The remaining 12 will be joined by the reigning monarch, Jumo Primo, for the grand finale at the National Park on February 16,, 2013.It was explained that the submitted entries were judged on the following components- lyrics, melody,, rendition, diction and musical arrangement/party appeal. Claudio Bravo Chile Jersey Nicolas Castillo Jersey Nicolas Castillo Chile Jersey Erick Pulgar Chile Jersey Thomas Vermaelen Barcelona Jersey Felipe Gutierrez Jersey Munir El Haddadi Jersey Edson Puch Chile Jersey Francisco Silva Chile Jersey

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:37:26

    – ‘Chief Citizen’,, deputy overseasToday,, Friday August 16,, 2013, is the scheduled date, in which the Councillors of the Mayor and City Council, (M&CC) will meet in a special session, at 15:00hrs,, to nominate a Councilor,, to perform the duties of Mayor.As reported by this newspaper earlier,, Mayor, Hamilton Green, as well as Deputy Mayor, Ms. Patricia Chase-Green, are overseas for a period.A press statement from City Hall yesterday explained that in accordance to a law “under section 20 of the Municipal and District Councils Act: The City Council may grant leave of absence to the Mayor and the Deputy Mayor for any period or periods not exceeding three months in the aggregate during their terms of office…According to the Municipal and District Councils Act, Chapter 28:01: section 17 (1 and 2): During any period when the Mayor is for any reason unable to perform the functions of his office; those functions shall be performed by the Deputy Mayor. If the Deputy Mayor is for any reason unable to perform the functions of the office of the Mayor in accordance with subsection (1), the Town Clerk shall call a meeting of the councillors to elect a councillor to perform those functions; and the councillor so elected shall assume and perform those functions until such time as the Mayor or Deputy Mayor,, as the case may be is able to act.”The press release further advised that “the public should note that the process of nominations and election of a councillor to perform the duties of Mayor will be done by the elective council – Councillors. The public should also note that, the councillor elected will not be acting Mayor but will be a councillor performing the duties and functions of the office of Mayor.”The latter clarification was provided in relation to an article in this newspaper’s August 15 edition captioned,, “Sooba to appoint acting Mayor of Georgetown” in which the mistaken impression was given that the Acting Town Clerk, Carol Sooba,, will be selecting an acting Mayor of Georgetown. The facts of the issue were clearly misconstrued, and as a result were misleading. This newspaper apologizes for any inconvenience and unnecessary embarrassment caused by the erroneous publication. Angelo Henriquez Chile Jersey Jordi Masip Jersey Eduardo Vargas Jersey Pedro Rodriguez Barcelona Jersey Gonzalo Jara Chile Jersey Felipe Gutierrez Jersey Javier Mascherano Jersey Gerard Gumbau Jersey Gary Medel Jersey

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    Food for the Poor constructed yet another village on the Essequibo Coast,, this time at Siriki,, Pomeroon.The houses which are already occupied were completed late last year. This is the second village to be constructed by Food for the Poor. The first was dubbed Little Red Village. This new community has been dubbed Little Red Village 2.Head of Food for the Poor,, Leon Davis,, was on hand for the commissioning. With him was regional Chairman Ali Baksh. Wholesale Authentic China Jerseys Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys Denver Broncos Jerseys China Houston Rockets Jerseys China

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    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:40:01

    The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration has deliberately not enforced its own anti-money-laundering legislation for over 13 years. It only attempted to do so when it was threatened with sanctions by the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) and the international financial community.This is according to A Partnership For National Unity (APNU),, which yesterday reminded that the Money Laundering Prevention Act of 2000 was introduced by the (PPP/C) administration 13 years ago and it was never enforced and was deemed ‘ineffective.’A missive reminded that the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Act of 2009 was then introduced under international pressure and that too was never enforced and was also deemed ‘ineffective.’The coalition charged that the Bank of Guyana never had the capacity to fully execute its mandate to supervise financial institutions for compliance with anti-money laundering requirements.According to APNU,, the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), established since 2003, was always a weak,, understaffed,, under equipped and a one-person organization.APNU said that the FIU was completely dependent upon the Ministry of Finance for its budget and office space.“It has never made a single money-laundering prosecution and never reported on its work before November 2013.”The coalition further charged that the Guyana Government does not release statistics on the number of suspicious transaction reports (STRs) received by the FIU although it is required to make these statistics available as mandated by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).It reminded also that the CFATF made recommendations to strengthen the relevant legislation as well as the Bank of Guyana and the FIU.It was only in April 2013 when Guyana was threatened with being ‘blacklisted’ and deadlines for compliance were set that the Government was forced to introduce amendments to the National Assembly,, according to APNU.“APNU is committed to amending the current Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Act of 2009 to ensure that it is effective…APNU is committed to ensuring that the Bank of Guyana and the Financial Intelligence Unit are empowered and equipped to fulfill its functions and achieve the objectives of the Act.”APNU maintains that it is committed to engaging the government,, the private sector, civil society,, the trade unions and the international community to protect our economy with enforceable Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism laws. NHL Jerseys China Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys Wholesale MLB Jerseys Houston Rockets Jerseys China Wholesale Authentic NFL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Cincinnati Reds Jerseys China


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:40:16

    Should the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo), Dr. Rajendra Singh, make good on his threat to take the government to court for wrongful dismissal, then he would be in for a good fight. The State stands ready to defend its position.This was articulated to the media by Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, during a post cabinet press briefing, yesterday.Harmon was asked to say why Government did not pay the former CEO his benefits, given that his five-year contract with the state-owned company was terminated prematurely.He was also asked whether Government is prepared to defend its position in a court of law should Singh choose to go in that direction if settlement is not reached.The Minister of State said, “As a lawyer myself, I know that when you have claims in a civil matter you have counter claims and the counter claim is sometimes bigger than the claim. The CEO can proceed in a manner which best suits him. But just be assured that the State will respond in a firm manner in this case.”Kaieteur News subsequently asked the Minister to say whether Dr. Singh was informed by the government of all the grounds for which he was being dismissed. Documents recently surfaced citing various infractions that were committed by the former CEO.“You only have to be aware of sometimes one matter. As you are aware,, there is an inquiry into GuySuCo and it is turning up several other infractions of the law, of the regulations, and even of (Dr Singh’s) own contract. These things are coming up and you will know more of them,” the Minister of State said.The politician added that given that the inquiry has started, and given the absence of Dr. Singh, several persons feel more at ease to divulge information.He said that the information may just end up proving that what was initially known by the government was just the tip of the iceberg.On Wednesday, documents surfaced that Dr. Singh was dismissed for various reasons, some of which include the violation of GuySuCo’s procurement procedure for equipment, spares and other items, the infringement of the corporation’s disciplinary procedure and the contravention of the corporation’s procedure regarding recruitment, promotion and remuneration of employees.But Dr. Singh is threatening the government with legal action over his dismissal which he claims is without cause.According to those documents, Singh deviated from a decision handed down by the previous Cabinet and authorized the sale of 2.6792 acres of land at Plantation Good Hope, East Coast Demerara to one Kelvin Gobin.The former CEO also engaged in the procurement of one whole stalk harvester for mechanized harvesting at the cost of $19.2M despite technical advice to the contrary from the corporation’s technical personnel.“This machine is a wasted asset wholly unsuitable for operation throughout the entire cultivation,” one document stated.Dr. Singh also entered into management agreements with Global Casetech and Global Cane Sugar services out of India for the management services on a number of estates at unreasonably high cost, and without approval of the Board of Directors.Research into the financial accounts of GuySuCo,, found that Dr. Singh had “deliberately misled” Agriculture Minister, Noel Holder,, on the true financial state of the company prior to the passing of the 2015 budget.He had said that GuySuCo only had sufficient cash flow to sustain it until the end of May and subsequently informed the unions that due to inadequate funds,, the corporation was on the brink of closure by the end of May 2015 when it would be unable to pay employees.In a bid to defy the odds and criticisms from various quarters that GuySuCo was ailing,, poorly mismanaged and could not reach its production targets, Dr. Singh did the unthinkable.He instructed operational management to bring forward unprecedentedly high acreages of cane to achieve the revised production targets in 2014 and first crop for 2015:Last year, 5,272.5 hectares of cane averaging 48.3 tonnes of Cane per Hectare (TCH) were brought forward.The former CEO through his Attorney-at-law, Ashton Chase,, S.C is hoping to settle the matter with GuySuCo. If this route is not successful, they will move to the courts.Dr. Singh is suing for wrongful dismissal. He said that his contract which came into effect in May 2013, allows him to be employed for a period of five years.In a letter addressed to GuySuCo, the lawyer outlines that Dr. Singh’s contract had about three more years to run and that he should be paid six months’ remuneration in lieu of notice would not be unreasonable.Chase said, too, that his client’s “complementary benefits” should not be overlooked. These include coverage for telephone, electricity and water services and the provision of a vehicle and a driver.In addition, Chase said that Singh is due six weeks’ leave, leave passage entitlement of $1,168,081 and a gratuity every six months. They are hoping to reach an agreement on his basic net salary which was US$12,,530 per month and $70,000 for other allowances. 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    Head of the Department of Information Technology, Waynewright Orderson,, is in Fuzhou City in the People’s Republic of China holding discussions with senior officials of the Fuzhou Software Park about collaborating with regard to the development of e-municipality’s initiatives in Georgetown.Over the next few years,, Georgetown would be seeking to collaborate with Fuzhou to build a state-of-the-art information infrastructure that will ultimately house the city’s digital assets. Through the adoption of innovative information technologies, the Council expects to improve the city’s efficiency and quality of service for our citizens.The alliance currently being discussed between Georgetown and Fuzhou, which share a sister city relationship, is intended to help change the way the Georgetown City Council interacts with its citizens.Georgetown is planning to work closely with Information Technology specialists from the Fuzhou Software Park to build an information infrastructure based on their portfolio of tiered storage systems and information management software to digitize,, index,, and archive the city’s information.In addition, Orderson indicated that his department intends to leverage the Fuzhou Park’s network and remote-networking capabilities to educate the municipality’s IT employees about new information management and storage capabilities.Fuzhou Software Development Park is located within Fuzhou High-tech Park (FZHTP). The products include Chinese voice intelligence systems, MRP systems, fingerprint systems,, electricity management systems and colour vision transmission systems. Other important software companies in Fuzhou include Fuzhou Strongsoft Development Co. and Fuzhou Teleware Electronics Co.More than 33 universities and colleges in the province provide essential intellectual resources for the development of software industries. These include Xiamen University, Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou University, Jimei University and Huaqiao University. Xiamen University has established a software college in the city of Xiamen.One of the main companies with which the Georgetown Municipality’s IT Head is in discussion is the Fujian Fujitsu Communication Software Co. Ltd.,, which is a company focused on software research and development, system integration,, technical support and products sale in the field of telecommunication and information technology. Wholesale China NFL Jerseys Wholesale NHL Jerseys Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Los Angeles Kings Jerseys China Seattle Seahawks Jerseys China Houston Rockets Jerseys China Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:41:05

    The head of Cevons Waste Management is not prepared to take any blame or verbal attack from City Hall as it relates to waste management within the city. The business’s Chief Executive Officer Morse Archer in a public statement yesterday expressed concern over remarks made by Town Clerk (ag) Carol Sooba,, which purport to shed a negative light on the service provided by the waste management company.City Hall is currently facing a dilemma where there is no garbage collector for Central and South Georgetown (Groups Seven and Eight respectively).The previous garbage collector, Puran Brothers Disposal Service recently pulled its services for non- payment.Puran Brothers was initially approved by Sooba to service Groups Seven and Eight (Central and South GT respectively). However, the Mayor and Councillors were not supportive since they had asked for the areas to be advertised.Due to Puran’s recent pull out, Sooba was asked during a press conference last week whether she would consider hiring Cevons to aid in waste management.She answered that Cevons was unreliable and listed other issues why the company was not chosen.Cevons said that the attempt by Sooba to desecrate the integrity of the company in addressing the garbage build up in Central,, South Georgetown because Puran Brothers withdrew services is a disservice to businesses, residents and visitors of Georgetown.The CEO did not take kindly to Sooba’s statement about Cevons being unreliable, with leaking trucks that carry a foul smell. He said,, to resort to such an explanation as justification for denying the company the opportunity to serve the people of Georgetown,, deserves attention.The CEO reassured residents and businesses of Georgetown that all Cevons Waste Management equipment,, including trucks are in good working order.“Our trucks are cleaned daily and our employees are ready and able to play their role in ensuring the sanitation of the environment and the health of the people.”“At no time has the Georgetown Mayor & City Council (M&CC) drawn to our attention any compliant about poor service, as the Town Clerk (ag) now alleges.”Archer continued that Cevons Waste Management and Puran Brothers submitted quotations for garbage collection in the two affected areas in Central and South Georgetown.This was after the Council’s trucks that serviced the areas broke down and external parties had to be hired.“In one area (which includes West Ruimveldt, East Ruimveldt,, North East La Pennitence, Jeeboo Lands, West La Pennitence and Castello Housing Scheme), Puran’s bid was lower than CWM’s and in the other (which include North Cumminsburg, South Cummigsburg, Alberttown, Kingston) Cevons Waste Management was lower than Puran’s.”Archer said that the Town Clerk (ag) nonetheless awarded both areas to Puran Brothers, on the claim that she preferred to have one contractor, “despite the obvious financial savings”.In the quotation process, it is an established policy for favourable consideration to be given to the lower bidder. This policy was not respected for Cevons Waste Management, Archer highlighted.He said that the environmental wellbeing and public health of residents are too important to be ensnared in another unpleasantness and “Cevons therefore views with concern the energies public officials enlist for unbecoming service.”The CEO reiterated, “what the M&CC and Town Clerk (ag) know, is that this organisation has the competitive advantage in garbage management/removal in this country.”Further, the CEO charged, it must be noted that M&CC has been renting skip/bins – Cevons Waste Management has the most skips/bins, each with higher payload, holding over 25 percent more waste than its competitor.On several occasions Cevons Waste Management offered to make its skips/bins available to the M&CC and these offers have all been rejected by the Town Clerk (ag), Archer claimed.He restated however,, the company’s notable customer service reputation and a satisfied clientele that knows the company for getting the job done.In the meantime, Groups Seven and Eight remain without a garbage collector and Puran’s has warned City Hall that legal action will follow if they are not paid for their service. NBA Jerseys China Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Wholesale China NFL Jerseys MLB Jerseys China Wholesale MLB Jerseys Wholesale NBA Jerseys Wholesale Denver Broncos Jerseys


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:42:23

    The police at the Turkeyen Police Station have detained the driver of a car that transported two men who allegedly robbed a student of the University of Guyana of cash and a cellular phone on the campus yesterday.Kaieteur News understands that the driver of the car was nabbed in the city after police were provided with the licence number of the getaway vehicle used in the robbery.However,, the driver is claiming that he was hired by the two perpetrators whom he thought were students of the university and was unaware that the men had committed a robbery since he was sitting in his car at a distance from where the incident took place.According to reports,, the student was in his car when the two men pounced on him and after choking him,, took away $70,,000 and his cellular phone.Apparently no one saw the incident or they were unaware that a robbery was taking place on the campus.The victim could not say if the men were carrying a weapon.After the men left,, the student reported the matter and gave police a description of the getaway car.The two perpetrators have not yet been arrested. Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys Wholesale MLB Jerseys MLB Jerseys China Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys Wholesale Los Angeles Kings Jerseys


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:42:51

    Government has allocated US$80M in this year’s Budget for the Amaila Falls Hydropower Project (AFHP). This sum is Government’s equity in the project and comes under Guyana REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) Investment Fund- GRIF, says Dr. Ashni Singh, Minister of Finance.He was at the time presenting the National Budget to the National Assembly on March 25.GRIF was established in October 2010 as the mechanism through which the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) projects will be funded.GINA further stated, “The Inter American Development Bank (IDB) is a financing partner for the development of the US$840M project that will become the source of a large proportion of cheap and reliable electricity generation in the country”.According to Dr. Singh, with financing from GRIF,, Government plans to spend US$17.6M on institutional strengthening,, Amerindian Development Fund (ADF),, Amerindian Land Titling, Micro and Small Enterprise Development and other projects.Speaking on the GRIF, he said that at the end of 2012 Guyana fulfilled all the requirements for a third tranche of performance-based payments to the tune of US$45M, bringing the total amount earned through partnership with Norway to US$115M.“This partnership,, given the funds received and committed thus far, represents the second largest interim REDD+ arrangement in the world,, is testimony to our Government’s commitment to good forest governance and stewardship, and vindicates the LCDS,,” Dr. Singh said.He stated that in 2012, funds began flowing from the GRIF to implement projects identified under the LCDS. Monies have been disbursed from the GRIF for the Institutional Strengthening Project, which will support the Guyana Forestry Commission, the Office of Climate Change and the Project Management Office to the tune of US$7M.In addition, US$6 million was disbursed for the ADF project, which provides financing to support the socio-economic development of Amerindian communities and villages through the implementation of their Community Development Plans.The ADF was recently launched by Government in 27 Amerindian communities that will be used as a pilot. Over time,, 180 communities will benefit from the fund to execute their income generating ventures.“The US$5M Micro and Small Enterprise (MSE) Development project has now been approved for implementation,” Dr. Singh added. Wholesale Seattle Seahawks Jerseys NHL Jerseys China Los Angeles Kings Jerseys China Wholesale NBA Jerseys Cincinnati Reds Jerseys China Houston Rockets Jerseys China Seattle Seahawks Jerseys China


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 17:43:13

    There is nothing sinister about ranks of the Guyana Police Force being asked to submit their national identification numbers. This is according to a senior officer of the force in response to concerns raised by the Alliance For Change (AFC) that law enforcement officers were asked to submit ID numbers to superiors.“They have informed us that they have been asked to give their identification numbers to superior officers and this is a totally unacceptable position for any of these officers to be put in to,” Cathy Hughes of the AFC told a press conference last week.According to the Executive Member “they have expressed their dissatisfaction and they have been questioning why they are being asked to do this…”But the senior police officer who asked to remain anonymous told Kaieteur News that the submission of identification numbers by ranks is nothing new.He explained that members of the military comprise a separate list of electors since they will be voting on November 21, one week before the rest of the population exercise their franchise.This is to ensure that the security forces are free to carry out their duties on Elections Day.With this in mind,, the administration of the Guyana Police Force usually takes the initiative to ensure that its ranks are not disenfranchised by verifying that their names are on the military voters’ list.To facilitate this, the officer explained that the ranks are asked to submit their identification numbers.“We do not ask them for their ID cards but we are ensuring that our ranks, Special Constables and Neighbourhood Police are eligible to vote,, and all police ranks are required to provide their ID numbers to facilitate this process. There is no ulterior motive. We have been in constant contact with GECOM to verify the list,” the officer explained.“We want to be free on Elections Day and the police administration is ensuring that this is the case. This has been done before, it’s nothing new,,” he added.Meanwhile, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) in a press statement issued on Saturday last, claimed that there have been reports of widespread purchase of ID cards from registered voters.The APNU in its statement said that it is “bringing to the attention of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) and the Guyanese public the persistent reports of PPP Activists, in every Region of Guyana,, offering substantial monetary bribes (sums of $15,000 and above have been quoted).”The statement said that there have been other inducements to Registered Voters to surrender their National ID cards to the PPP activists until January 2012.“It is not surprising that in this atmosphere of widespread and pervasive poverty which has been created by the PPP/C Administration, some persons have already surrendered their ID cards.”According to the statement, too, it is unfortunate that reports have also been received that in a number of Governmental institutions and agencies,, including the Disciplined Forces, staff are being coerced into surrendering their ID cards to their superiors.“Any questioning of this activity is being met by the use of institutional harassment of the objecting member of staff.” This activity, according to APNU, represents a major threat to the conduct of Free and Fair Elections since these persons are being denied their Constitutional right to cast their vote for the Party of their choice.“It is evident that the purchasing of these ID cards is for sinister purposes which would have a direct impact on the process of holding Free and Fair elections,” the statement added.The PPP/C in a statement issued last evening rejected what it described as another act of desperation by the APNU. According to the statement “the PNC,, now APNU,, is certainly in a state of pure confusion and panic as in addition to resorting to lawlessness and disruption, it has embarked on a campaign of spreading lies and misinformation.” NBA Jerseys China Wholesale Cincinnati Reds Jerseys Seattle Seahawks Jerseys China Wholesale Denver Broncos Jerseys Wholesale Houston Rockets Jerseys Authentic NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale China NFL Jerseys

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    Drummer Eric Young of Swedish glam rockers CRASHDIET fractured his right hand and his unable to perform with his bandmates in Rome,, Italy (December 13); Milan,, Italy (December 14); and Lichtenfels, Germany (December 167). Filling in for him for those shows is Michael Sweet,, the “kid brother” of CRASHDIET guitarist Martin Sweet.As previously reported,, CRASHDIET’s third album,, “Generation Wild”, was recently released on vinyl. This gatefold LP features the new bonus track “Hollywood Teaze” as well as updated artwork.”Generation Wild” entered the official chart in Sweden at position No. 3. The CD,, which was made available in Sweden in April 2010 through Gain/Sony Music, was helmed by RamPac, the production and songwriting team formed by Johan Ramstrm and Patrik Magnusson,, in Grndal,, Sweden and was mixed by Tobias Lindell. CRASHDIET in 2009 announced the addition of Simon “Simme” Cruz from the Stockholm act JAILBAIT as the group’s new lead singer. The band parted ways with its previous vocalist,, the Finland-based H. Olliver Twisted, in July 2008. Maurice Richard Canadiens Jersey Gregor Blanco Giants Jersey Matt Niskanen Capitals Jersey Kyle Brodziak Jersey Trevor Cahill Cubs Jersey Gordie Howe Red Wings Jersey Detroit Tigers Willie Horton Jersey Kevin Pillar Blue Jays Jersey Thomas Vanek Jersey


    Thursday, January 5, 2017 - 19:01:22

    – GPLThe failure of both converters at the Guyana Power and Light (GPL)’s Sophia station led to a power transfer deficiency and as such they could not convert the 50 Hertz power to 60 Hertz, according to the officials of the power company.Senior Divisional Director of Operations,, GPL, Colin Singh,, speaking at a panel discussion held at the National Communications Network (NCN), on Monday, explained that GPL has 50 and 60 Hertz systems, both of which are linked by the two frequency converters, which were manufactured in 1976, and installed in 1977.The panel also consisted of System Control and Engineering Services Manager,, Dyrick Phill, Divisional Director Operations, Elwyn Marshall and Network Operations Manager, Godfrey Bellamy.The 60 Hertz system extends to the Garden of Eden power station through two high voltage transmission lines.Circuits are being fed from Garden of Eden to Timehri and East Bank and a feeder,, which goes across to the West Bank via a submarine cable links the Versailles Power Station to a temporary facility located at Leonora where there are four mobile caterpillar sets, making the 60 Hertz system quite extensive.Residents way beyond Parika, were affected during the outage Monday.Singh, according to a government statement, disclosed that the company has embarked on the Chinese-funded expansion project in which the company intends to build seven new high-voltage substations and about 120 km of high-voltage transmission lines linking the sub stations and the existing stations.He pointed out that the project will be executed over a 28-month period.“The Chinese survey teams are already on the ground and have almost completed their surveys of lines and substations areas. The next stage is for them to produce detailed technical designs packages including drawings and other plans for approval,” Singh asserted.Singh noted that the first priority would be the West Demerara, where two high-voltage substations will be established,, one at Leonora and the other at Vreed-en-Hoop, linked by a high voltage transmission line.This aims to improve voltage and quality of supply, with less outages expected, and extension of the grid will create linkages among the major generating stations.Phill, whose responsibility is to manage the distribution of electricity and scheduled maintenance activities along the network,, assured consumers that the engineers at GPL are working to ensure that the supply remains reliable.He apologized to those who suffered as a result of the outages.Dyrick noted that while there was some 60 Hertz generation, there was no voltage support because the power system had a lot of reactive load so the voltage caused depreciation at the supply end.In addition, he said that they encountered problems with the new feeder at Kingston, which resulted in more unscheduled outages.“Nevertheless, the system is now up and running, as we have managed to re-route the circuits and have an alternative feed so that persons are now re-powered,” Dyrick asserted.Bellamy, whose responsibility is to ensure that the distribution network, both transmission and distribution are effectively managed, said, “we plan to continue with the exercise (frequency conversion from 50 to 50 Hertz cycle) which is scheduled to be completed in the first week in December.”This means that there will be outages during this time in those areas which will be completed in early December.He warned persons to be cautious when using appliances such as air conditioned units, washing machines, fans and water pumps during the conversion process as those appliances are uniquely one frequency, while some appliances will not be affected as they work with dual frequency.Marshall, who is responsible for the coordination of the generation,, system control and network operations of all GPL’s systems, noted that that the caterpillar sets would assist in boosting the voltage to the areas. There was some amount of reduced outages in some of the areas.He said that the company is looking to establish the Leonora station so that there are no disruptions to residents along the way if there is ongoing work between Versailles and Leonora, as they will be fed from the station. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys

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    Attorney General, Anil Nandlall,, said yesterday that he has no power to make decisions for the GuyanaAttorney General,, Anil NandlallGovernment.His comments came in the wake of statements published in the press on his report to the forum of Attorneys General when they met recently in Suriname.The region’s Attorneys General had met via teleconferencing,, for the Legal Affairs Committee,, to examine a number of issues pertaining to the modification of the Treaty of Chaguaramas. One issue involved the unanimity clause contained in the Treaty.In Suriname,, Nandlall explained that in its current state, the amendment mechanism of the Treaty of Chaguaramas requires unanimity before an article or clause of the Treaty could be amended.As a result of the requirement of unanimity,, Nandlall said that CARICOM may have found that it takes an extremely long time to get things done.Nandlall said the regional law makers contended that rather than having unanimity among Heads and Leaders,, maybe there should be a simple majority scenario.This recommendation was put to the intercessional meeting in Suriname. Reports that he had adumbrated a position to the press were exaggerated. Nandlall said that the report suggested that Guyana had adopted a position ahead of the decision by the regional heads.He said that the Legal Affairs Committee suggested that the Heads could agree to a policy and move to implement it while other sister CARICOM countries not involved in the original decision could always come on board at a subsequent time. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys


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    Kenneth Joaquim walked out of the Georgetown Magistrate’s court,, a free man on Wednesday after Magistrate Hazel Octive- Hamilton dismissed charges against him for being in unlawful possession of a .32 Revolver and 2 rounds of .32 ammunition.The police had alleged that a party of policemen was on patrol in June, last year,, in Le Repentir Cemetery when the ranks saw a car parked in the cemetery. They observed that there were three persons in the vicinity of the said car and they were acting suspiciously.The patrol vehicle which was being driven by Constable McKenzie and under the command of Sergeant Warren London,, then approached the group of men and saw the defendant Kenneth Joaquim throw something in the grass nearby.Sergeant London reportedly carried out a search in the area and found the gun and ammunition and arrested Kenneth Joaquim and took him to Criminal Investigation Department,, Eve Leary and handed him over to detective Corporal Bevon Heyliger.Detective Corporal Bevon Heyliger give evidence that Joaquim offered and gave a caution statement admitting to having a gun in his possession,, that he threw away the weapon upon seeing the lights of the approaching vehicle.But the Prosecution never tendered the gun and ammunition during the Trial,, Under Cross-Examination by the Attorney-at-Law for the Defendant,, Lyndon Amsterdam, Corporal Heyliger accepted that the Caution Statement did not disclose what gun the Defendant was referring to in his Statement. The Statement also did not disclose where the gun was thrown and if it was the same gun that was found by Sergeant London in the Cemetery.Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton had given the prosecution until Wednesday to tender the gun and ammunition. The prosecution failed to do so leading the magistrate to dismiss the charges against Joaquim. Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale China Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping

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    – Trotman tells National AssemblyBy Abena RockcliffePull quote: “How could a responsible government preside over the allocation of,, not some, but all of itsMinister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotmanproductive forest?” Understandably, in the national interest we will have to do something about it.” – Natural Resources Minister Raphael TrotmanThe new government was horrified to learn that its predecessor had distributed all of Guyana’s productive forest. There is literally nothing left.While previous revelations about the operations of certain logging companies – that are also into gold mining – had raised suspicions that this was the case, the disquieting suspicion was only confirmed last evening when Minister of Natural Resources Raphael Trotman took the floor of the National Assembly to make his contribution to the ongoing Budget debate.Trotman told the House that there has to be a revision of National Forest Policy.He said that in 2016, the Ministry of Natural Resources will continue to update and rationalize policies and laws relating to the conservation, management,, protection and sustainable development of the nation’s patrimony, its forest resources.He said that there have been many changes since the existing policy was crafted.The Minister said that those changes include a transformation in Guyana’s economic,, social and political landscape over the last five years. He said that there has also been increased attention given to environmental aspects,, and to the importance of forest managemen,t both nationally and internationally.Trotman asserted that an updated forest policy will mark a significant shift in emphasis from the development of the timber potential of Guyana’s forests to management of the forests’ multiple goods and services for the national benefit.To give reason as to the importance of the change, Trotman told the National Assembly that much to the “horror” of the new administration upon the assumption of office, “we were met with an alarming situation where we discovered that 100% or all of our productive forest was allocated by the past Government.”Trotman added, “This is what a former head of state would have referred to as ‘confounded nonsense”.The Minister questioned,, “How could a responsible government preside over the allocation of all, not some,, but all of its productive forest?”He said that this must have been done without any regard for future generations.Trotman said that in the context of the national patrimony, this can only be seen as a threat to the nation’s long term viability and security as a people.He said, “Understandably,, in the national interest we will have to do something about it.”Trotman also highlighted a Mission statement that the new Ministry of Natural Resources has set for itself: “To develop, implement and oversee policies for the sustainable development and utilisation of the natural resources whilst promoting the protection and conservation of the environment”.He said, “We carry this mission out in collaboration with all other Ministries and agencies.”Loyalty to that statement will very well demand of the Ministry that it ensure that something is done about the distribution of the productive forest.Trotman also informed the House that in the area of forestry, production was 550,000m3 to the export value of US$54M. He said that this is lower than previous years, but this happened as a result of too much exportation of raw logs and less value added.He said however, that the Ministry of Natural Resources will continue to work along with the international community “to enhance our capabilities in this regard.”Trotman said that work is underway to support sustainable forest management and trade, and ensure access to the international forest products market. He added that the Government will continue to work along with the international community to develop a comprehensive, equitable and sustainable international regime of compensation for the provision of climate amelioration services by countries such as Guyana.“Government remains fully committed to continuing its partnership with Norway, because it is a model that will allow Guyana to develop renewable energy technologies,, while sustainably exploiting Guyana’s natural resources – particularly,, our forest resources,” said Trotman. Emil Salomonsson Sweden Jersey Enrique Esqueda Mexico Jersey Hugo Ayala Mexico Jersey Gary Medel Chile Jersey Mark Gonzalez Chile Jersey Viktor Claesson Sweden Jersey Diego Polenta Uruguay Jersey Anton Tinnerholm Sweden Jersey Customized Uruguay Jersey

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    Gilford Daniels,, on Wednesday,, appeared before Hazel Octive-Hamilton at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court to answer to the charge of break and enter and larceny.The accused who was unrepresented pleaded guilty.Magistrate Octive-Hamilton was presiding over new matters due to the absence of Magistrate Priya Beharry.According to Corporal Venetta Pindar, on March 25, Daniels broke into the Herdmanston Hotel,, Georgetown,, and stole one electric toaster, a thermostat flask and a kettle. The items were the property of Michael George.When asked why he decided to commit such unlawful act, the accused stated that on the day in question after one of the doors to the premises was open he opt to enter. On entering,, he took possession of the items mentioned in the charge but on doing so the security guard apprehended him. He was however dealt a sound beating.Daniels told the court that he is “regretful for his actions” and on the day of the incident he was intoxicated. He added that he has no intention of wasting the court’s time because he was caught.Pindar informed the court that the accused is a repeat offender. Without any hesitation, Daniels related that he was sentenced three times for offences of a similar nature but that he realized that he is getting older.It was for that reason that the magistrate said “You are getting older but yet you are not learning from your actions.”Daniels was then given a prison term of two years.But before being lead out of the courtroom,, Magistrate Hamilton told him to take the two years to turn his life around.And Eon Howard,, 33, called ‘Troy Heyliger’ was refused bail for allegedly robbing Susan Edwards of her (LG) cellular phone worth $47,,000 and $3000 in local currency.The court was told that on March 24, at Stabroek Market, the accused robbed the plaintiff of the article mentioned in the charge.Corporal Venetta Pindar informed the said Magistrate that the accused has similar nature engaging the attention of the court. Pindar went on to explain that there has been an arrest warrant issued for him also.Howard,, who is a labourer, stated that he resides at Lot 38 Walker Terrence, Georgetown. Magistrate Octive-Hamilton remanded him. The matter was made returnable for April 11. Cheap Spain Soccer Jerseys Cheap France Soccer Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Houston Texans Jerseys Cheap Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Green Bay Packers Jerseys

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    Miner saw plane, heard explosion in KurupungAn official from the uranium mining company,, Prometheus Resources Guyana Inc., disclosed yesterday that its team is conducting ground searches in a section of Kurupung where a Brazilian miner had heard an explosion after seeing a plane flying in the area.Prometheus official Shazadh Khan told Kaieteur News that this information was received about a week ago.The search party organized by the uranium firm has been checking this area for about four days.Khan estimated that the possible crash site is some eight to ten kilometers from the area where the twin-engine aircraft was scheduled to fly.Minister of Transport,, Works and Communication, Robeson Benn had indicated on Monday that the search team had received some other information about the missing plane and crew,, but had not elaborated.This was disclosed during a press conference in which Benn revealed that he was calling off the two-week search for the U.S. aircraft and its three passengers, who are now presumed dead.But Khan had told Kaieteur News that Prometheus would continue its own search for a month in an effort to bring out “whatever we find”.He also said that more sophisticated equipment might be brought in by the Johns Hopkins University in an effort to detect the crash site.“It is a new technology for imaging objects below the (forest) canopy. It is in its research and development stage.”Prometheus Resources Guyana. Inc. is a subsidiary of U308 Corporation of Toronto,, Canada.Speaking to Kaieteur News yesterday from Canada, Nancy Chan-Palmateer, U308 Corporation’s Vice President of Investor Relations, also said that the search would continue for the following weeks.“It is very distressing, obviously,, but we can’t speculate on what happened. Our efforts are on the search to collect (find) the three passengers.Despite the tragedy,, Palmateer said that the Canadian firm had no intention of pulling out of Guyana.“We are very committed to exploration in Guyana. We have been in Guyana for three years now and we are committed to following through.”Shazadh Khan said that the company has enough data from previous surveys, which it will analyse for the next few months.During his press conference,, Minister Robeson Benn stated that the search and rescue team had done everything possible to locate the victims.A statement released to journalists described the search as “the longest and most intense” for a missing aircraft over the last 20 years.Benn said that there were 200 hours of aerial searches that covered some 28,260 miles.The Beech King Air N87V, chartered from Dynamic Aviation Group Inc by Terraques Ltd,, disappeared on November 1 while conducting geographical surveys in the Mazaruni area.Missing and presumed dead are pilot James Barker, First Officer Chris Paris,, and Canadian technician Patrick Murphy. Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Green Bay Packers Jerseys Cheap France Soccer Jerseys Cheap Houston Texans Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Cheap Spain Soccer Jerseys

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    Three women are in police custody following the discovery of three weapons including an AK-47 assault rifle during a search conducted on a house at 120 Regent Street, Bourda, on Wednesday.Apart from the AK-47, with its serial number filed off,, the Joint Services team also found one Mosberg shotgun,, an Intratec nine mm pistol with silencer,, several magazines and an assortment of several caliber magazines.They also found a green camouflage water bottle and a green canvas pouch.A police press release stated that at about 18:30 hours on the said day, the ranks acting on information went to the house to conduct a search.This newspaper understands that the items were found in a fiberglass barrel in an alleyway next to the house that was searched.This newspaper understands that the unit that carried out the operations is the unit that was formed to hunt down the now dead Rondell Rawlins and his gang members.The police could not say if the weapons are linked to the continuing investigations into the remnants of the gang.Investigations are continuing to determine the origin of the weapons and if they were used in the commission of any criminal activity.The police have provided a complete list of the items that were found:One AK-47 rifle with the number filed out,, one Mosberg 12 gauge shotgun, one Intratec 9mm. pistol with silencer, one AK-47 magazine, one Glock pistol magazine, two .380 magazines, two 9mm. magazines, one .40 magazine,, 240 rounds .45 ammunition, 146 rounds 9mm. ammunition, 114 rounds .40 ammunition, 107 rounds .32 ammunition, 43 rounds 10mm. ammunition, 11 shotgun cartridges (12 gauge), 24 rounds 7.62 x 39 ammunition, one round 7.62 x 51 ammunition,, three rounds .380 ammunition,, 19 rounds .22 ammunition,, two rounds .357 ammunition,, one round .38 special ammunition, and two rounds .38 ammunition. Cheap Houston Texans Jerseys Cheap Spain Soccer Jerseys Cheap France Soccer Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Green Bay Packers Jerseys Cheap Baltimore Orioles Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping Cheap Chicago Blackhawks Jerseys

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    – “It’s not a game”- Lurlene NestorExecutive of the A Party for National Unity, youth arm Ms Lurlene Nestor yesterday said she knows nothing about the body meeting with Private Sector Commission Chairman Ramesh Dookhoo. Nestor yesterday said that the body only became aware of this happening after reading an article in the newspapers.Nestor in a brief telephone interview with Kaieteur News, that if the PSC is serious they would treat the body with respect. She opined that if the PSC had wanted to meet with the APNU youth representatives, they would have done the most proper thing which is to “write requesting it”. Nestor said that with this not being done, it’s a gross disrespect.It was reported that the PSC was expected to meet today to discuss a call by the youth arm of A Partnership For National Unity (APNU) for a boycott of businesses which are aligned with the ruling People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C).The chairman had disclosed that the body which represents several sectors of the business community across the country will attempt to meet with representatives of the Youth Coalition For Transformation.On Friday, during a public meeting at Stabroek Market,, there were calls for the Hits and Jams Entertainment and Kashif and Shanghai.The two businesses are said to be closely aligned with the ruling PPP/C and APNU supporters feel that boycotting them will pressure government to meet demands over the Statement of Polls (SOP) from the elections.Named also on the websites were Republic Bank,, M&M Snackette,, TransPacific Auto Sales and Spares, Jumbo Jet Auto Sales,, SOL (Shell Petrol), Auto Supplies, Royal Castle Chicken,, Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI), DIDCO and KFC. Also listed in the businesses to be boycotted were Laparkan Group of Companies, NCN, Channel 14/65, Guyana Times,, New Guyana Pharmaceutical Corporation (GPC),, Buddy’s Pool Hall, Princess Hotel, Roraima Group of Companies (Gerry Gouveia), Roraima Airways, Roraima Lodge Hotel,, Duke Lodge Hotel,, Splashmins and MovieTowne (Trinidad).Since the results of the elections were announced last week, APNU have stated that they were irregularities in the process and wanted the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) to provide the SOPs it used to tally the votes from the 2000-plus polling stations.Gecom has since provided the parties with scanned copies of the documents.On Tuesday protestors clashed with police during what was described by authorities as an illegal march. Several persons, including senior APNU officials were shot with rubber bullets.Police later said that the persons involved in the street marches were not granted permission. Claudio Bravo Chile Jersey Edson Puch Chile Jersey Dani Alves Jersey Jose Rojas Jersey Charles Aranguiz Jersey Douglas Barcelona Jersey Frank Bagnack Jersey Gerard Gumbau Jersey Jordi Masip Barcelona Jersey

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    A former cashier accused of pilfering almost $200,,000 from the Survival Supermarket,, has been charged.Savitri Ramnauth was yesterday placed on $85,,000 bail.Police said that she stole $198,,342 from one of the cash registers at the supermarket.The incident was said to have taken place on May 22nd while Ramnauth was on duty at the supermarket. The money went missing from the cash register which she was assigned to. She was unable to account for it.The police were called in and an investigation launched. She was subsequently arrested and brought before the court.Yesterday,, the woman pleaded not guilty to the charge which was read by Magistrate Hazel Octive Hamilton. Miiko Albornoz Jersey Martin Montoya Barcelona Jersey Ivan Rakitic Jersey Ibrahim Afellay Jersey Barcelona Jersey

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    Visiting Professor of Applied Ecology, Francis Putz,, brings a global debate to Guyana and seems to have no difficulty finding parties to counter his arguments as the Minister of Agriculture comments on the Professor’s presentation.Professor Putz,, who holds joint professorships with the University of Florida and Utrecht University in the Netherlands, is an ecologist and a silviculturist.In this his first visit to Guyana he spent nearly a fortnight out in the field with a number of students from the University of Guyana and other institutions.A little over 24 hours after their return from the interior,, Professor Putz gave a seminar at the University of Guyana on Monday evening. The basis of the Professor’s Lecture followed the ideas that he put forth in a letter which was published in the Stabroek News on June 3,, last.He said that the Kyoto Protocol, which guides climate change adaptation negotiations around the world, excluded standing forests from their considerations as one of the factors affecting climate. According to Professor Putz, because the Kyoto Protocol remains in force until 2012,, there needed to be another initiative that would encompass standing forests,, enter REDD or Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation.In the letter previously mentioned he highlighted what he thought was a global issue that even environmentally conscious Guyana has not escaped from entirely. Putz posits that “carbon emissions” benefits of improved forest management are not being sufficiently stressed.”He goes on further to say that in the global climate change debates the focus tends to be on the deforestation rather than the degradation.In his presentation the Professor pointed out that degradation is not an issue to be ignored either since it accounts for almost 10 per cent of global carbon emissions every year.He went on to say that the most significant causative factor of degradation was conventional logging. As such he presents a possible solution, Reduced Impact Logging (RIL).According to the Professor, if Guyanese forests are being logged at a rate of 500,000 cubic metres of timber annually using conventional logging practices then he estimates that “100,000 Mg (tons) of carbon could be retained annually in the forest by universal adoption of reduced-impact logging (RIL) practices.”He continues to make his case by pointing out that “this reduction in emissions would be secured with no reduction in harvested volumes.”The Professor then went on to point out that the funds generated by these ‘saved emissions’ could then be utilized to train workers in reduced impact forestry techniques. And further, those benefits could be increased by employing silviculture to increase logging yields.The day after Putz’s article was published a letter to the same publication disputed the Professor’s position and the letter-writer, one Mr. Terrence Williams, contended that there were numerous documents attesting to the fact that the Government of Guyana was doing everything in its power to address not only deforestation but forest degradation as well.Minister of Agriculture,, Robert Persaud,, when asked for comment on the matter said that “the benefits of RIL are clear in Guyana’s context and in actuality have been expounded in a number of publicly available documents including: the LCDS, the Terms of Reference for the Monitoring Reporting and Verification System, and the Readiness Preparation Proposal among others.”He went on to say that “to an even further extent,, actual work has started to operationalise many of these plans that effectively outline how deforestation and forest degradation will be assessed and monitored, and the role of sustainable forest management which included Reduced Impact Logging in Guyana’s REDD+ activities.”And that “it was unclear following the presentation whether the presenters were familiar with these.”Persaud said fact that to date the Forestry Training Centre has thus far instructed more than a thousand persons in Reduced Impact Logging practices. He went on to point out that RIL has been the predominant practice in the forestry sector for a number of years. Javier Mascherano Jersey Marc Bartra Jersey Sergio Busquets Barcelona Jersey Xavi Hernandez Barcelona Jersey Paulo Garces Jersey David Pizarro Jersey Arturo Vidal Jersey Edson Puch Jersey Douglas Jersey

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    Following the fallout from his appointment as Chairman to the recently established Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA), head of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), Dr. Steve Surujbally, has warned staffers not to be distracted,, as the country gets ready for general elections later this year.The official made the call on Friday at the Georgetown Club as he challenged senior managers of the GECOM Secretariat, and the Registration Officers attached to the 23 nationwide Registration Offices to be focused.According to the Chairman, workers must demonstrate unswerving efficiency with respect to the conduct of General and Regional Elections scheduled later this year. This forum was a one-day meeting of the managers.Referring to the criticisms which forced Government to rescind his appointment to GLDA,, Dr Surujbally,, according to a GECOM release,, said that recent publications in the media carry the potential to undermine his integrity and,, by extension, that of the Commission and Secretariat.Surujbally also emphasized the need for GECOM Staff not to get distracted from dedicating their best efforts towards the national task of conducting the upcoming elections in accordance with international best practices.The official also called on GECOM staff to reflect on “the successful manner in which the 2006 elections were conducted” and the possible challenges that may be encountered.According to GECOM yesterday, the primary objective of the meeting was to focus attention on follow up activities associated with the recently concluded Cycle of Continuous Registration.Included in the matters raised were detailed reports on the recently concluded Cycle of Continuous Registration, review of preparation for the upcoming Claims and Objections period with considerations for the identification of these temporary offices.The recruitment and training of temporary staff to work during the exercise and how to deal with suspected cases of multiple registrations and unresolved transactions-including persons whose addresses could not be verified.Included in Friday’s meeting were Gocool Boodoo, Chief Election Officer; Calvin Benn,, Deputy Chief Election Officer; Keith Lowenfield,, Assistant Chief Election Officer; Beverley Critchlow, Voter Registration Manager; Colin April,, Logistics Manager,, and Indira Anandjit, Human Resources Manager. Barcelona Jersey Alexis Sanchez Chile Jersey