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Date: 19 Aug 17 03:46am
One man has been arrested and is in police custody for the robbery and murder of 46-year-old Vanderlei Kienen, who operated a business in Mahdia, Luke Appling White Sox Jersey, Region Eight.The body of slain Brazilian businessman Vanderlei Kienen (inset) being collected at the Ogle Airport by Lyken Funeral Parlour employees.Kienen, a Brazilian National, was robbed at his business place located at 111 Miles Mahdia on Wednesday evening after three men, armed with knives, invaded his business place demanding gold and cash.During the robbery the man was fatally stabbed by the intruders who reportedly made off with an undisclosed sum of cash and a quantity of gold.Yesterday afternoon the businessman’s body was flown to the Ogle Airport after which it was taken to the Lyken Funeral Parlour where a post mortem examination is expected to be carried out some time today by government pathologist Dr. Nehaul Singh.Yesterday afternoon Kaieteur News visited a building at Light and First Streets, Alberttown, where the man was known to previously operate. However this publication was informed by persons who are now occupying that building that the businessman no longer operates there. They directed this newspaper to the corner of Regent and Light Streets where the man has an office in the second floor of a four-storey building.The door to his office was shut tight with a sign that read, “Sorry we are closed today 21-11-2013 until 22-11-2013”
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Date: 19 Aug 17 03:46am
Imagine a man giving you money to help you count money. That is wha does happen in a bank. De bank got money and it does employ people to count it and it does pay dem from de same money.But Guyana tek this thing to another level. It go to de world bank to borrow money to learn how to mek people see how it spending money. Every country know about transparency when it come to accounting. It look like Guyana got to learn to do that.Is de same lack of transparency mek people accusing de government of thiefing. And de poor government can’t defend itself because it ain’t got any way of proving that de money spend wisely.To this day de government can’t tell de nation how much money it spend in de flood that rock de country four years ago. Dem boys seh that de government still counting.Well de money from de IDB gun help dem show de nation how de money spend.Then it got to show how it spending de Lotto Funds. Dem boys want to know how much money deh in de fund because when sports team got to go overseas, Homer Bailey Reds Jersey, de country never got money.De IDB loan gun help show this money.Talk half. Lef half.
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Date: 19 Aug 17 03:45am
One of Guyana’s oldest timber giants, Toolsie Persaud Limited, has been suspended from logging activities, and the matter has been forwarded to President Bharrat Jagdeo for review.Confirming a Kaieteur News report of the suspension on Monday, the Ministry of Agriculture yesterday said that a detailed report of the breaches has been compiled and submitted to the President for his consideration.In November 2007, a routine post-harvest audit was carried out on a Timber Sales Agreement (TSA) leased to Toolsie Persaud Limited (TPL).This audit established that TPL had breached specific procedures of the Guyana Forestry Commission (GFC); conformity with these procedures was essential to promote and encourage sustainable management and harvesting of the nation’s forest resources.TPL, according to the ministry, admitted to breaching these procedures which had been directly communicated to the company since 2005.“It is further emphasized that these procedures were also publicised extensively in the public media since 2005, and companies were constantly reminded of their responsibility to ensure compliance with these.”On April 23, 2008, following numerous but “futile discussions” with senior management of TPL to amicably resolve the verified and admitted breaches in accordance with the Forestry legislation, GFC closed the harvesting operations of TPL.According to the ministry’s statement, TPL subsequently applied to the court for an Order of Mandamus on April 28 last. The court granted an Order Nisi.“GFC then pointed out all of the procedural, evidential and legal defects in the application of TPL, after which an oral request was made by TPL for their application to include Certiorari and Prohibition.This was granted, and the court ruled in TPL’s favour on 30th June 2008.” However, this order had several defects, rendering it un-enforceable, Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale, the ministry said.“TPL then approached the court ex-parte, and again amended the order even after the GFC had filed an appeal and sought a stay of execution. The GFC then received a second order, dated July 8, quashing the GFC decision of April 23.On July 23, 2008, in accordance with the Forestry legislation, Minister of Agriculture with responsibility for Forestry, Robert Persaud, formally issued a letter to TPL, suspending the forest concession issued to the company.“This suspension was with immediate effect and prevented the company from carrying out any forest-related activities in the specified concession, until such time that His Excellency, The President, makes a final pronouncement upon the matter, ” the statement explained.According to the ministry, Guyana’s forest resources are the patrimony of all Guyanese, and also provide immeasurable benefits to the global community.“Utilisation of these resources must therefore always be in compliance with the collaboratively established standards for responsible stewardship. Any effort to do otherwise will be met with the full force of the law.”
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Date: 19 Aug 17 03:45am
Even as the multi-disciplinary Task Force to restore Guyana as a land of great attractiveness and prosperity is set to complete its regional outreaches, it has already begun receiving proposals from several municipalities and regions for enhancement projects.This is Phase One of the programme, according to Head of the National Task Force Secretariat for “Project Restore Guyana”, Dr. Sewnauth Punalall.The Secretariat Head said that the Task Force is set to wrap-up the regional outreach as soon as tomorrow. According to Dr. Punallall, the National Taskforce is on its final visit, in Mabaruma, Region One.Prior to visiting Region One, a team headed by Major General (Ret’d), Joseph Singh, visited Region Seven on September 29. There he met with more than 30 persons in a meeting held in the boardroom of the Bartica hospital.  According to the Secretariat Head, issues such as the need for a new landfill site, proper roads and improved water supply and problems affecting small miners were raised. Stressed as well was the need for the Regional Administration to put in place the necessary services and space critical for creating a township, a status that Bartica is set to attain in May 2016.The Task Force would have completed visits to the other Regions in August and September.Cabinet approved the establishment of the multi-disciplinary Task Force, which includes representatives from the business sector, professional organisations and members of civil society, to aid with the transformation of Guyana under the new Government.This was in response to the sustained call from the citizenry for a cleaner, safer and more sustainable environment.The regional visits have been to inform the Regions and Regional Administration of the various areas of responsibility which have to be dealt with by the Taskforce, under “Project Restore Guyana, ” and which must be executed by the various areas.These responsibilities are in regard to national drainage, solid waste management and the removal of derelict vehicles, traffic management, sustainable countrywide renewal, welfare management of the homeless addicted and the mentally challenged.The Task Force has had committees set up along these lines, each headed by senior Government officials, the exception being the Public and Stakeholders Consultation Committee, Sale NFL Jerseys, which comprises community representatives.Project Restore Guyana is being rolled out in three phases. The first phase which immediately follows the regional outreaches, will go until May 2016, and will address critical interventions within the Regions, as submitted by proposals from the Regional Administrations.Dr. Punalall explained that whatever is captured in these proposals that are not executed in Phase One will be executed in Phase Two (which goes until 2017) or Phase Three (which goes until 2020).Thus far, the Task Force has received information from the Municipalities of Corriverton, Rose Hall, New Amsterdam and from the Regional Democratic Councils of Regions Five and Six on projects and interventions that they are seeking to have implemented in their communities and Regions under Project Restore Guyana, Dr. Punalall said.He advised that projects that will be implemented in Phase One will be selected based on three criteria – critical to human lives, the environment and the economy. (GINA)
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Date: 19 Aug 17 03:45am
– murders during armed robberies rise dramatically In keeping with widespread public perception, the Guyana Police Force has recorded an increase of three percent in the number of serious crimes committed by the end of June year when the figures are compared with the same period last year.There were declines in the number of domestic and disorderly murders, while there has been a massive increase in the number of murders during robbery under arms, with a total of nine so far compared with one for the same period last year.There was a significant decline in execution type murders so far this year with the police only recording one.A press release from the Force yesterday revealed that there were 1979 reports of serious crimes up to June month end 2013, compared with 1923 up to the end of June last year.The serious crimes referred to are murder, robbery under arms, robbery with violence, Jose Ramirez Indians Jersey, larceny from the person, break and enter and larceny, burglary, rape and kidnapping.According to the police, 60 murders were recorded at the end of June 2013 in comparison to 62 murders for the same period last year.Of the 60 murders this year, 28 were of the disorderly type, nine were committed during armed robberies, there was one execution type, and six were domestic related. The other 16 are so far undetermined.The interior district continues to lead in the number of murders with 21, followed by Georgetown and its environs with 17 and Berbice and East Coast Demerara with eight and seven respectively.The police statistics also revealed that at the end of June 2013, robbery under arms overall has decreased by seven percent, with 472 reports compared to 509 for the same period in 2012.The statistics indicate a five percent decrease in the number of armed robberies involving the use of firearms and a 10 percent decrease in armed robberies where instruments other than firearms were used by the perpetrators.
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