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Car Was Trying to Overtake in Fatal Accident which Killed Groom and Injured Bride

Police have said that the car in which the young groom met his death was trying to overtake another car going in the same direction when the fatal accident occurred. The accident occurred around 15:30 hours on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022, when motor car HC 7356 was proceeding east along the northern carriageway in Bath, West Coast Berbice, Guyana, South America.

16-Year-Old Girl Commits Suicide

A 16-year-old Guyanese girl has today, 15th of July, 2022, reportedly committed suicide at her home in the town of Mahdia, Region 8, Guyana, South America. Her first name was given as “Shana.” According to reports received, a relative of the teenager found her hanging by the neck in the upper flat of their home at around 6 p.m. today.

Australia Removes All Covid-19 Travel Restrictions

Thinking of traveling down under but not vaccinated? Well now, it’s no worries anymore. Australia has joined the growing list of smart countries around the world to have removed all Covid-19 travel restrictions. That’s right. Now, if you wish to travel to Australia, you no longer need to show proof of vaccination, negative Covid 19 test, or be quarantined for any amount of time. In another words, travel to Australia has returned to the way it was during pre-pandemic times.

Trinidad Removes All Covid-19 Entry Requirements

The island country of Trinidad and Tobago has become the latest in the growing list of countries to have removed all Covid-19 entry requirements for travelers to the destination. Now, travelers to Trinidad and Tobago do not need to show proof of vaccination, negative PCR test, or be quarantined for any amount of time. In other words, travel to Trinidad and Tobago has returned to the way it was pre-pandemic.

State of Emergency in Region 7 as River Overflows into Villages

The overflowing of the Cuyuni River yesterday drove flood waters up across several villages including Cumang and Korotokuh. Residents say the water has never been so high and worse yet, it’s still rising. One resident told this publication that their animals, including horses, cattle, and sheep, ran away into the forest last night as the flood waters rose. When they woke up, they could not find the animals.

Negative Covid-19 Test No Longer Required to Enter Guyana

The Covid-19 madness, and its ridiculous, unnecessary, and sometimes backward restrictions is going away bit by bit. So far, over 40 countries around the world have removed Covid-19 travel restrictions COMPLETELY. Others have done so only partially. The United States, for example, have recently removed Covid-19 testing requirements for travelers entering the US. Now, you don’t need to show a negative Covid-19 test to enter the USA. Travelers must still be vaccinated. Guyana has followed suit.

The Death of My Son is a Life Sentence of Grief – Fadia Reynolds Tells Her Story (Redirected)

Fadia Reyolds lost her son in a tragic accident along the Soesdyke-Linden Highway on the fateful evening of Tuesday, Jan 14, 2022. It was a tragedy that would change her life in ways she didn’t imagine possible. Fadia’s relationship with her beloved son was an exemplary one – a reality which made losing him almost unbearable. This is her story….

President Ali and Ministers Pray for Woman Whose Children Were Killed in Fire

President Ali and his Ministerial Team were in Essequibo for Independence Day Celebrations when the tragic news of the three children who perished in an early morning fire reached them. According to a Live Report by the Guyanese Critic, the President and his team flew straight to the Police Club Sports Ground in Eve Leary, Georgetown and met with the mother of deceased children. Tracy Flur, 23, was apparently taken there by the police as investigations into the incident continue.