Capitol News – TV News Reports – 16 July 2013

Capitol News  – 16 July 2013

  • One shot dead after armed bandits invade Guyhoc store
  • Telcor continues construction work on Queenstown site despite being barred from doing so
  • Education Ministry issues warning to schools who deny registration to students who are unable to pay fee
  • Elderly residents of Agricola seek to remove stigma of crime associated with that community
  • Guyana Police Force pay tribute to Policemen killed in the line of duty

View TV News Reports below:

One shot dead after armed bandits invade Guyhoc storePosted: 16 Jul 2013 05:23 PM PDT

The Police are grilling one of the captured bandits identified as Dwayne Simon as they try to arrest the others who were involved in the robbery murder at a grocery store in Guyhoc Gardens Monday evening. The incident left 36-year-old Heron Dennis dead. He was shot in the neck. Dennis and other customers in the […]      
Telcor continues construction work on Queenstown site despite being barred from doing soPosted: 16 Jul 2013 05:23 PM PDT

At 119 Peter Rose and Laluni Street, construction workers of the radio company Telcor and Cultural Broadcasting. Chief Justice (ag) Ian Chang had issued an order blocking the company from setting up its broadcasting tower and offices at the location in Queenstown. In addition, the company faces a contempt of court charge for ignoring the […]
Education Ministry issues warning to schools who deny registration to students who are unable to pay feePosted: 16 Jul 2013 05:21 PM PDT

The Ministry of Education has today stipulated the amount of registration fees that should be paid to the School administrators when students are being registered for the new school term.  The Ministry of Education said if the activities planned and executed by the Parent Teachers Association do not generate enough income to offset non-budgetary costs, then: a)     For All […]
Elderly residents of Agricola seek to remove stigma of crime associated with that communityPosted: 16 Jul 2013 05:20 PM PDT

Some senior citizens have taken it upon themselves to create a positive image in the beleaguered community of Agricola. The residents feel that imparting their knowledge and experience can be an asset in influencing the young minds. To this end, the  day of recognition dubbed ‘No Longer Young” focused on honouring the senior citizens and […]
Guyana Police Force pay tribute to Policemen killed in the line of dutyPosted: 16 Jul 2013 05:19 PM PDT

On Sunday the Guyana Police Force paid tribute to those Policemen who were killed in the line of duty with a wreath laying ceremony at Eve Leary. It was during this ceremony Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee noted that criminal elements constitute a very small percentage of our population that create havoc and terror in […]
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