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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Teacher among 4 busted with marijuana in different incidents

A First Avenue, Bartica, resident was on Sunday afternoon arrested at his home with four hundred and ninety-one (491) grams of Cannabis. Police acting on...

Sister charged, remanded for alleged murder of brother

The young woman who allegedly murdered her brother was on Friday morning remanded to prison when she appeared before Chief Magistrate, Ann McLennan to...

Ed Ahmad gets reduced 2 years sentence for mortgage fraud

Popular New York based Guyanese businessman Edul Ahmad, was  earlier on Friday sentenced to two years in prison for running a $US 3 million...

Mocha man on $100,000 bail for allegedly sexually assaulting 9-yr-old relative

A Mocha, East Bank Demerara man, on Thursday morning, appeared before the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts following allegations of sexual assault made against him, by...

Sister accused of stabbing brother to death to face murder charge

The woman suspected of stabbing her 21-year-old brother, Vishaul Hansraj, to death, on Monday last, reportedly during an altercation at their Covent Garden, East...

Woman remanded for attempted murder of boyfriend

A 35-year-old woman was on Thursday remanded to prison when she appeared at the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court on an attempted murder charge. Cynthia McIntyre of...

Son remanded for burning 82-yr-old father to death

during deadly Kildonan fire The Kildonan, Berbice man who allegedly set his father’s house on fire with  the 82-year-old man inside was on Wednesday...

High drama as “Grey Boy” charged again for Crum-Ewing’s murder

Regan “Grey Boy” Rodrigues, the prime suspect in the execution of Courtney Crum-Ewing almost two years ago, was remanded to prison after stirring an...

Wakenaam man remanded to prison for trafficking narcotics

Andrew Kenneth, 30, was on Tuesday remanded to prison for trafficking of narcotics when he made his first appearance before Magistrate Sunil Scarce at...

Former Attorney General sues current AG for $125M

…over “stolen” law books allegation Former Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister Anil Nandlall has filed a $125 million lawsuit against his successor, Basil Williams,...

Recent Articles

Rose Hall sugar workers turn out in droves to protest possible closure

Hundreds of field and factory workers of Rose Hall Estate on Tuesday morning staged a protest outside the Estate’s Administrative Office objecting to plans...

Witness reportedly offered money to support complainant’s claim

... in alleged plot to assassinate the President As the probe into the alleged assassination plot against President David Granger deepens, police have discovered that...

Mahaica man charged for wife’s death in 2015 accident

…as truck runs off Lethem Pirara Bridge Two years after his wife was killed in a gruesome accident on a remote trail in the Lethem...

Cuban national to be deported for overstaying time in Guyana

-          also fined $20,000 Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan, on Tuesday,  fined yet another Cuban for overstaying his time in Guyana when he appeared before her...

Woman jailed for killing best friend in ‘jealous’ rage

-          sentenced to 8 years behind bars The now 20-year-old woman, Angelique Williams, who was charged for murdering her pregnant best friend in 2015, was...

High Court order granted restraining SOCU, GPF from seizing law books- Nandlall

The Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) and Guyana Police Force (GPF) were today (Tuesday) blocked from seizing fifteen Commonwealth law books from the possession...

Works on Liliendaal Bridge 65 per cent complete – Patterson

Rehabilitation works on the Liliendaal Bridge, located in Greater Georgetown, is now approximately 65 per cent complete and the Public Infrastructure Ministry is pushing...

Duplexes, townhouses’ construction to start in regions shortly – CH&PA

The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) expects to roll-out the construction of the duplexes and townhouses in Regions 2, 3, 5, 6, 7...

Stabroek Market square being spruced up for Independence celebrations

Preparations are in train for the Independence celebrations parade to be held at the Stabroek Market square this year. INews was reliably informed that the...

Trinidad President tells rest of Region it’s time to dump UK Privy Council

Trinidad and Tobago President Anthony Carmona has expressed frustration that his country and other CARICOM states have not replaced the Privy Council with the...