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Monday, February 19, 2018

Jagdeo calls out President over ‘paralysing Judiciary’ comment

General Secretary of the People's Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C) and Opposition Leader Dr Bharrat Jagdeo has called out President David Granger over his remarks...

Japan’s 3 grants totaling US$270,510 should benefit over 2,000

The Government of Guyana and Japan today signed three grants totalling US$270,510 for local organisations embarking on development projects, benefitting over 2,000 in Regions...

Motion to renegotiate oil contract would be supported by Opposition, says Jagdeo

The parliamentary Opposition is willing to support a motion made by the coalition Government to have the oil contract renegotiated with ExxonMobil once it...

No place for corruption, lawlessness in the Force, says President

President David Granger this morning delivered a stern warning to rouge elements within the Guyana Police Force outlining that there is no place for corruption...

Govt’s incompetent decisions could harm Guyana’s future -Jagdeo

Recent decisions taken by the incumbent Administration to reopen two sugar estates after initiating its closure, and its reluctance to review the oil contract...

Police Service Commission now expected in March despite calls for swifter reconstitution

President David Granger this morning said that he is awaiting the appointment of a Chairman of the Public Service Commission before he can move...

President says no prospect of intention to review Exxon oil contract currently

President David Granger, on Wednesday said that there is no immediate intention to to review the contract between Guyana and ExxonMobil, indicating, however, that...

Lindo Creek CoI public hearing postponed

The first public hearing for the Lindo Creek Commission of Inquiry (CoI) has been postponed. Commissioner Justice Donald Trotman appeared before the media one hour...

No ‘compulsion’ for the Cummingsburg Accord to be reviewed- President

President of Guyana and Leader of the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), David Granger on Wednesday said that while he would like to...

Japan to grant US$270,510 for 3 projects in Guyana

Three recipient organisations are set to receive grant funding from the Government of Japan, at a total of US$270,510, for three human security projects. According to...

Recent Articles

Truck driver arrested with unlicensed gun, ammo

A truck driver is now in the custody of the Police after he was early this morning discovered with an unlicensed pistol and ammunition...

Govt releases CGX oil contract

…Guyana gets 1% royalty, 53% profit sharing Weeks after its own self-imposed deadline expired, the Guyana Government has begun the process of releasing the contracts...

Over 50 women raped by men posing as taxi driver in Jamaica

The Jamaica Gleaner is reporting that over 50 women in Jamaica have reported being raped over the past two years by men posing as...

Soesdyke residents arrested with stolen items

Two Soesdyke, East Bank Demerara (EBD) residents are now in police custody after they were on Saturday afternoon caught by Police with stolen items...

Ann’s Grove man killed in early morning accident

A 27 year old man early this morning lost his life following a two vehicle smash up on the Vreed-en-hoop Public Road, West Coast...

Corporal arrested following robbery of Prison Officer

A Police Corporal along with another man are now in the custody of the Police following a robbery committed on a Prison Officer on...

President gives condolences on passing of Justice Mohamed Shahabuddeen

President David Granger, has extended condolences to the family and loved ones of the Justice Mohamed Shahahbuddeen following his passing. Justice Mohamed Shahabuddeen, according to...

AFC to now contest LGE with APNU, Trotman mandated to write President

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Alliance For Change (AFC) having met on February 17, 2018 at a duly constituted meeting, has mandated...

Lorry driver pinned to death in Potora accident

Police are investigating a fatal accident that occurred on the 14 Miles Potora Road involving motor lorry GSS 6366 attached with motor trailer TRR...

Coldingen fire destroys manufacturing complex

...businessman counting losses Businessman, Keith Moonasar, is now counting his losses after his furniture manufacturing complex-Supra International, at Coldingen on the East Coast of Demerara,...