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Father of murdered Madewini mechanic testifies at start of PI

The father of murdered Madewini mechanic, Pooran Baljit testified when the preliminary inquiry (PI) into the capital offence commenced before Magistrate Leron Daly yesterday, in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts. Rayon Jones, 21, of Lot 212 Fourth Avenue, Bartica is currently on remand for the killing which is alleged to have occurred during the furtherance of a robbery. Haricharan Baljit, a ...

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Father of murdered Madewini mechanic testifies at start of PI

The father of murdered Madewini mechanic, Pooran Baljit testified when the preliminary inquiry (PI) into the capital offence commenced before Magistrate Leron Daly yesterday, in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts. Rayon Jones, 21, of Lot 212 Fourth Avenue, Bartica is currently on remand for the killing which is alleged to have occurred during the furtherance of a robbery. Haricharan Baljit, a ...

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Father of murdered Madewini mechanic testifies at start of PI

The father of murdered Madewini mechanic, Pooran Baljit testified when the preliminary inquiry (PI) into the capital offence commenced before Magistrate Leron Daly yesterday, in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts. Rayon Jones, 21, of Lot 212 Fourth Avenue, Bartica is currently on remand for the killing which is alleged to have occurred during the furtherance of a robbery. Haricharan Baljit, a ...

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Canadian man fights off black bear with boxing skills

CANADA –   A Canadian man has fought off a 320lb (145kg) black bear with skills he learned from years as a boxer.  Rick Nelson, 61, from Ontario was walking his dog when a cub poked its head out of a shrub. Moments later, its mother charged out of the bushes and attacked. He fought off the mother bear with his ...

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Canadian man fights off black bear with boxing skills

CANADA –   A Canadian man has fought off a 320lb (145kg) black bear with skills he learned from years as a boxer.  Rick Nelson, 61, from Ontario was walking his dog when a cub poked its head out of a shrub. Moments later, its mother charged out of the bushes and attacked. He fought off the mother bear with his ...

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Canadian man fights off black bear with boxing skills

CANADA –   A Canadian man has fought off a 320lb (145kg) black bear with skills he learned from years as a boxer.  Rick Nelson, 61, from Ontario was walking his dog when a cub poked its head out of a shrub. Moments later, its mother charged out of the bushes and attacked. He fought off the mother bear with his ...

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$771M Phase Two of East Dem. conservancy rehab project completed

Phase Two of the East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) rehabilitation project was yesterday handed over to the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA). The ceremony took place at Flagstaff, East Coast Demerara. According to a Government release, the project was aimed at procuring equipment and rehabilitating facilities for the improvement of the flood-control capacity of the EDWC.  Phase One of the ...

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$771M Phase Two of East Dem. conservancy rehab project completed

Phase Two of the East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) rehabilitation project was yesterday handed over to the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA). The ceremony took place at Flagstaff, East Coast Demerara. According to a Government release, the project was aimed at procuring equipment and rehabilitating facilities for the improvement of the flood-control capacity of the EDWC.  Phase One of the ...

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$771M Phase Two of East Dem. conservancy rehab project completed

Phase Two of the East Demerara Water Conservancy (EDWC) rehabilitation project was yesterday handed over to the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA). The ceremony took place at Flagstaff, East Coast Demerara. According to a Government release, the project was aimed at procuring equipment and rehabilitating facilities for the improvement of the flood-control capacity of the EDWC.  Phase One of the ...

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