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Posted: Sunday, February 17, 2019

Lawyer challenges Griffith on community leader's arrest

Boombay and Felix released from custody

Hope, despair in crime hotspots
Ex-gangster says mediators needed

Lucrative deals for alleged gang leaders
A top-secret National Security document which identified several of the men arrested during last week's anti-gang sweep shows the same men benefiting from lucrative Government contracts.

4 die in Longdenville accident
The four friends were returning to their homes from a party in Caparo when the driver lost control and crashed into a utility pole at Enterprise Street.

Remove Justice Pemberton
UNC activist asks President to revoke judge on JLSC

Charrandas' comeback
Saying he is "very concerned" about the current political situation in Guyana and "very much worried about the possibility of violence, Charrandas Persaud accused the government of holding the "whole country to ransom" in continuing to challenge the validity of the December 21 no-confidence vote

PNM expels Harry
Ruling party takes action on financier

Mariano: Bad governance wrecked Venezuela

Chutney Soca Monarch crowned
The competition was won by Nishard Mayrhoo and Neval Chatelal who also won in 2018.

Buccooneers, a success story
Tobago pan side debuts as large band today

Junior soca monarch in doubt
...since it was not held last year, the Education Ministry decided to hold an abridged version called the Junior Soca Monarch competition with six participants.

Street talk replaces police town meetings
The monthly police town meetings are no longer producing the desired results in the fight against crime, Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith said on Monday, hence the need for a new operation

No fees for selfies
Bandleaders claim $ for commercial use of mas photos but

Sinanan laments spike in road deaths
Man, 60, hit by car, dies as

‘Prince please come back'
Grief-stricken father cries out for slain 3-year-old

How did this infant burn to death?

3 Asians in court, no charges
ATTORNEY Subhas Panday yesterday petitioned High Court judge Justice David Harris to have three Asian men freed since they have been in police custody 10 days without charge.

2 vendors killed in 3 days
...murder toll climbs to 74 in less than two months.

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