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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:02am
It was over 12 years ago that Veronica Holder- Prescott married Lennox Prescott.But a few years later, the couple went their separate ways when their marriage ended in divorce.But like a romance novel, the story had a happy ending.Now, at 74 years old, the couple rekindled their love.On Saturday, the Senior Citizen Society held a wedding ceremony and reception for Veronica Holder and Lennox Prescott.In what they describe as “not your everyday romance, ” members of the organisation, family, T. J. Watt Jersey, friends and well-wishers all gathered together to celebrate the union.Second waltz: The Prescotts take the floorMr. and Mrs. Prescott at their wedding receptionThe couple say that true love always prevails and that it was love that brought them back together after all those years.Lennox, who is a former police officer stationed at Eve Leary, has five children, one of whom passed away, while Veronica has a son in England. Together they will now have 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.Over the years Mrs. Prescott had a number of professions but in her retirement years she is now a member of the Senior Citizen Society in which the newly-wed is contemplating to venture together.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
As part of their ongoing efforts to better man Guyana’s porous borders, the GuyanaThe newly constructed Mobile OutpostDefence Force received yet another Floating Mobile outpost. The vessel which cost approximately $40M was constructed by Courtney Benn Contracting Services.Chief Executive Officer, Courtney Benn explained that engineers spent almost six months to construct the vessel. The vessel, Marcus Smith II Eagles Jersey, which is  double deck, is fitted with all the modern accommodations for about 20 persons.  Kaieteur News was told that original drawings for the vessel were modified from time to time.Benn further explained that with this successful completion of this vessel, another contract has been awarded to his company for the construction of another one. Further describing the vessel, Benn said that it contains two 500 gallon storage tanks, one for diesel and the other for gasoline.He said the vessel does not have an engine and it would be the mother ship for smaller boats. He also noted that the vessel if fully equipped with its own generating system.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
Despite stringent efforts by the Police Traffic Department and the country’s lawmakers to minimize accidents and illegal activities, essentially making the roads safe, minibus drivers still commit blatant violations.On a daily basis, these drivers continue to overload their vehicles. In some cases they transport as many as 20 passengers (25 at the extreme) in 15-seaters. They have little or no concern for passengers’ discomfort.Some commuters remind the conductors or drivers of the stipulated number of passengers per seat, but others just sit quietly and endure the uncomfortable ride to their destination.Speeding and reckless driving are most commonly practised by young drivers. Even though there are speed bumps, wholesale nfl jerseys, traffic lights and other systems set up to deter lawlessness, indisciplined drivers make a mockery of them, often resulting in serious or deadly consequences.Most times when a minibus is at the back of a line of vehicles at a traffic light as soon as the signal changes to green, the driver hurriedly fits the bus onto a pavement or parapet and speeds past those in his path.Another issue is the loud and vulgar music that is being played in the buses today. This invariably influences many schoolchildren to become involved in vulgar activities in the packed vehicles.With the loud music, drivers can not hear passengers when they request a stop; they often don’t even hear when the police or an ambulance is coming through.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
It started out as the customary early morning exercise but quickly turned into a nightmare for President of the Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA), Charles Da Silva, who was chopped and robbed on the Liliendaal seawall by two men, one of whom was armed with a cutlass, around 06:00 hours yesterday.The attack occurred in proximity to the Texaco gas station on the East Coast of Demerara. The assailants were reportedly transported by car.Da Silva, who was relieved of his gold chain, Kingsley Coman Jersey, is presently a patient in the Intensive Care Unit of a private hospital.According to reports from close friends, Da Silva would normally exercise by running each morning on the seawall.Yesterday he decided to sit and take a break when he noticed someone approaching him.However, he ignored the individual, who turned out to be one of the robbers.It was further disclosed that the man snatched Da Silva’s chain and attempted to escape.When the GGDMA executive managed to grab him, a vehicle with two persons drove up and one of the occupants emerged and dealt him a chop to the head with a cutlass.The man who snatched his chain then entered the car with the others and  they made good their escape.The matter was reported to the police but so far no one has been arrested.
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Date: 17 Aug 17 02:01am
The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has received 35, Greg Lloyd Steelers Jersey, 055 applications for new registration and 3, 791 applications for change/correction during the recently concluded third Cycle of Continuous Registration which commenced on March 17, 2012 and ended on June 18, 2012.Applications for the registration transactions were received at the 27 permanent Registration Offices located strategically across all of Guyana’s ten Registration Districts.During the latter half of this registration exercise, a temporary Registration Sub-Office was set up at Better Hope Community Centre (Lower Flat), Better Hope, East Coast Demerara with the primary objective of providing easier access for eligible persons residing between and including Industry and Triumph, East Coast Demerara, to conduct registration transactions.The implementation of the third Cycle of Continuous Registration was supported by the deployment of Mobile Registration Units (MRUs) in a deliberate endeavour targeting eligible persons from far flung riverain and hinterland communities.This part of the exercise is to accommodate those persons who are faced with extreme difficulties in visiting the established Registration Offices that are responsible for their respective communities, because of the lack of reliable and affordable transportation facilities.The staff of the various Registration Offices are currently engaged in verifying the residency status of applicants for registration, this being an integral part of the registration process.  As at Tuesday, June 19, the residency status of 30, 143 applicants had been verified. Failure to verify the residency status of the concerned applicants would result in their applications for registration being put on hold.Consequent upon the completion of the continuing verification activities, and the sequential encoding of the particulars of the applicants i.e. an ongoing exercise as the details of verified applicants are received at the GECOM Secretariat, all of the newly captured fingerprints will be dispatched overseas to be cross matched with the fingerprints of all registrants listed in the National Register of Registrants (NRR) to check for multiple registrations.Subsequently, all of the approved new registrants would be added to the NRR .Thereafter, National Identification Cards would be produced and issued to all of the newly registered persons.Upon completion of the verification of the residency status of the applicants, all of the permanent Registration Offices will routinely treat with applications for replacements in respect of lost or damaged ID cards, as well as in cases where the photographs on ID cards are found to be of poor quality.Uncollected National Identification Cards, which were produced from the 2008 House-to-House Registration exercise onwards, could routinely be uplifted from the respective Registration Offices.
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