Lowenfield gets 11am deadline for recount report - -after failing to deliver, seeking `clarifications’ on chair’s instructions
Embattled Chief Election Officer (CEO) Keith Lowenfield has been given up to 11 am today by Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chair Claudette Singh to produce a final report of the March 2nd general elections using the results of the national recount of votes.
West Indies opener, Kraigg Brathwaite believes his side could come out with a victory if they can keep England to a small second innings total in the first Test.
A woman was granted bail by Justice Simone Morris-Ramlall after being on remand for over 18 months for allegedly killing her husband.
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While not naming Chief Election Officer Keith Lowenfield, the Organization of American States yesterday said that one of the principal obstacles to the declaration of a result from Guyana’s March 2 elections is “a person whose duty it is to defend Guyana’s democracy through ensuring respect for the results of elections.”
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SOUTHAMPTON, England, CMC – Opener Kraigg Brathwaite snapped a run of poor form with a half-century while wicketkeeper Shane Dowrich got his first fifty on English soil as they helped West Indies carve out an invaluable first innings lead on the third day of the opening Test here yesterday.
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Our latest inductee into the Stabroek Sports’ Boxing’s Hall of Fame is a `Superman’.
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Following Wednesday’s decision by the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres yesterday called for an announcement of the final results of Guyana’s March 2 polls as soon as possible.
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Following the recovery of three of its residents, the Palms Geriatric Home is now COVID-19 free, according to the Ministry of Social Protection.
The Hero Caribbean Premier League and the government of Trinidad & Tobago have come to an agreement for the whole of the 2020 season to be played in that country.
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(Reuters) – Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said yesterday he was not looking ahead to a potential Champions League quarter-final tie against Juventus because any loss of focus could result in elimination by Real Madrid in the last 16.
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Acting Army Chief of Staff Brigadier Godfrey Bess has given his assurance to the heads of the western diplomatic missions that the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) remains apolitical.
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Former Jamaica Prime Minister , who headed the Organization of American States (OAS) election observer mission to Guyana, has said that the behaviour of government functionaries has raised “serious doubts” over whether they will accept the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) that has prevented the Chief Election Officer (CEO) from invalidating over 115,000 votes from the March 2nd polling.
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SPIELBERG, Austria, (Reuters) – Formula One’s governing body has warned Ferrari about the risks of breaching the sport’s COVID-19 protocol and protective ‘bubble’.
July 10 (Reuters) – Manchester City will discover on Monday whether their appeal against a two-year UEFA ban from European football has been successful, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) announced yesterday.
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Guyana yesterday reported four new cases of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
SOUTHAMPTON, England, (Reuters) – An “angry and gutted” Stuart Broad sought reassurance about his England future after being dropped for the ongoing series opener against West Indies, the 34-year-old quick said yesterday.
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Guyana’s highest Court has spoken on the March elections, and the air of all of CARICOM is purer for the CCJ’s Judgement.
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Water levels in some Mahaicony farms and grazing lands remain relatively high as unfavourable weather conditions have forestalled works to effectively seal the sea defence breach.
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LONDON, (Reuters) – Players will have to motivate each other in absence of any spectators in cricket’s post-coronavirus reality, Pakistan spin bowling coach Mushtaq Ahmed has said while quarantining with the team in England ahead of a three-test series next month.
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A 20-year-old, who beat a man to death with a hammer while he was a teenager, was on Thursday sentenced to seven years in prison on a manslaughter charge.
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