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Family robbed, beaten

A Central family is now living in fear after being robbed and beaten at gunpoint. Police reports indicate that at around 1 am yesterday, businessman Kendall Mahadeo, of Bank Village, Carapichaima, his wife and son were returning from a function...

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Guyana goes to polls today

In the lead-up to the Guyana election, scheduled to take place today, the Nacta polls commissioned by Stabroek News up to August 20 projected the incumbent PPP/C would retain the presidency...

Police seek relative in Carenage killing

Investigations are continuing into the killing of a 33-year-old woman who was gunned down in Carenage on Saturday night...

Ernesto gains strength

The Government of Cuba issued a hurricane warning yesterday for the Cuban Provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba, Granma, Holguin, Las Tunas and Camaguey, as tropical storm Ernesto was upgraded to a hurricane...

Nacta poll paints grim picture for Dookeran

The findings of the latest North American Caribbean Teachers Association opinion survey paint a grim picture for beleaguered UNC political leader Winston Dookeran: Whether he gains full control of the UNC or forms his own party, pollsters predict the PNM to win by a landslide...

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Arima Fest committee holds calypso competition

The committee for this year’s Arima Fest celebrations recently held its calypso competition at The Sports Bar, Malabar, Arima...

 

The holiday tradition called worming

The one dreaded part of August holidays for school children in the old days was the purging ritual by parents, a tradition followed before the reopening of school. The most popular methods used included epsom salts...

Mexico crowned CFU champions

Mexico IS the 2006 Caribbean Football Union Under-16 Youth Cup champions. This after beating Haiti 3-0 in the tournament final at the Hasely Crawford Stadium, Mucurapo yesterday...

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Re-engineering GHL

CEO Rory O’Brien has confidence in ‘new wave of growth’

Rory O’Brien, Group CEO of Guardian Holdings Ltd (GHL), acknowledges the consistent decline in the company’s share price matter-of-factly...

Chart topping Rihanna minus charisma

Miles of bumper-to-bumper traffic was the unfortunate price patrons of the bmobile B2 Unbeatable concert paid on Saturday night for a well-executed, if uninspiring, performance by Rihanna and a smack-down soul session by Grammy winner John Legend...

With today marking the official end of the work week for many, the Guardian gives its readers a lagniappe from last weekend’s major fetes...

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