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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

“It’s an honour” – Minister Hastings-Williams says of President’s decision to assign her a...

Minister within Ministry of Communities Dawn Hastings-Williams is keen to prove herself as she prepares to take up her new position at Ministry of...

Halting PSC’s promotions: President’s directive challenged in court

A legal challenge has been mounted in the High Court challenging the constitutionality of President David Granger’s directive to the Police Service Commission (PSC)...

Public Security Minister mulling James Singh’s return under his Ministry

Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan said he could employ former Head of the Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) James Singh within his Ministry. Singh was sent...

Parking meters: Option to cancel contract included in Committee’s final report- Ferreira

-Discussion differed until next Friday By Ramona Luthi The Mayor and majority of the city Councillors on Thursday afternoon agreed to have the parking meter discussions...

SOCU to get assistance from another UK funded expert- Quinn

The Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) is expected to benefit from more training and capacity building by experts from the United Kingdom. This is according...

British High Commissioner pledges UK security expert support in Prison reforms

In light of recent incidents within the local prisons system, British High Commissioner Gregory Quinn on Thursday said that UK security expert, Russell Combe,...

New school, cottage hospital for Baramita, Region 1- PS King

A new zone is being developed in Baramita  to relocate all public facilities to  a more conducive environment. This was revealed by Permanent  Secretary...

EBD Pedestrian overpasses to be completed by November- Patterson

-all piles installed Works on the East Bank Demerara (EBD) pedestrian overpasses at Houston, Peter’s Hall, Eccles and Diamond, East Bank Demerara continue to move...

Alleged assassination plot: Unreliable evidence responsible for lack of charges – Justice Singh

- Blanhum's request to return to CoI denied The Police Legal Adviser (PLA) retired Justice of Appeal Claudette Singh, SC, told the Commission of...

Controversial Broadcast Bill: President cites interior access to public information as reason for changes

President David Granger has maintained Government’s stance on the controversial Broadcast Bill and has called on those who criticise the move to see that...

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Pomeroon woman stabs husband to death with scissor

after he reportedly insulted her of having an affair with her cousin  By Indrawattie Natram A 30-year-old craftwoman of Dredge Creek, Upper Pomeroon River in...

“We need to attack the issues and change our mindset of attacking personalities” –...

...says in relation to issues surrounding Amerindian Act of 2006 As the National Toshaos Council (NTC) conference got underway on Monday at the Cyril Potter...

EYEWITNESS: Transparent…

…or opaque in oil? Call your Eyewitness jaded, but he’s not impressed by this application of a “Multi Stakeholder Group (MSG) for Guyana to obtain...

Self-confessed carjacker jailed

- hours after being caught Self-confessed carjacker Curt Savory was on Monday jailed by Leonora Magistrate Rochelle Liverpool before whom he was arraigned mere hours...

Public Health nurses complain of not being paid in over 4 months

By Ramona Luthi Nurses attached to the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) contacted INews on  Monday to vent their anger and frustration of not being...

Resurging Warriors not taking struggling Stars lightly

The much anticipated clash on Tuesday evening between the Guyana Amazon Warriors and St Lucia Stars at the Providence National Stadium will be a...

Toshaos urged to protect Amerindian communities from criminals

As mystery continues to surround the discovery of an illegal aircraft in North Rupununi, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo), President David Granger has said...

Carifesta XIII kicks off with grand display

…Guyana steals spotlight at opening night Following an unfortunate delay in the commencement of the Caribbean’s major festival as a result of the passage of...

Bandits strike at West Canje

2 homes broken into Two homes in West Canje, Berbice, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) were burglarised on Sunday night and more than $1 million...

Amazon Warriors mentored students with disabilities

Just hours after the Guyana Amazon Warriors swept their way to the first home victory in this year’s CPL tournament, the local team on...