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Thursday, January 23, 2020

NOT GUILTY: Fraud charge against Carvil Duncan dismissed

A city Magistrate on Wednesday dismissed a fraud charge against Carvil Duncan, a trade unionist and former member of the Board of Directors of...

Bartica Massacre trial sees two guilty pleas so far

Of the five persons charged for the Bartica massacre- that resulted in the deaths of 12 persons in 2008- two of them have so...

Man gets 9 months jail for stealing hardware items

A 56-year-old man was sentenced to 9 months imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to stealing a number of hardware items. Osman Hussain told Magistrate Dylan Best that...

Two bailed for swindling media photographer

Two men were earlier today granted bail when they appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly at the Georgetown Magistrates' Court for allegedly taking money from...

Alleged ring thief granted G$70,000 bail

A man accused of stealing a gold and diamond ring was on Monday morning granted his pretrial liberty when he appeared before Chief Magistrate...

EBD man remanded for robbery under arms

An alleged “big time” robber from the East Bank of Demerara (EBD) was on Monday remanded to prison by Magistrate Fabayo Azore at the...

Attorney General should be hauled before court for contempt

- AG Williams flagrantly violated the sub judice principle in the Duncan matter, says Nandlall Former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs Anil...

Court order blocking Duncan tribunal to be challenged by Govt

Government has indicated that it will, tomorrow, be challenging the court order prohibiting the Carvil Duncan tribunal from continuing its work. Minister of State Joseph...

Guyanese Judges capitalise on intense study tour in Canada

Representatives of the Guyanese court system spent an intense week in Vancouver, Canada this month studying the British Columbia (BC) Provincial Court’s problem-solving courts,...

Woman accused of embezzling over G$2M from Country Pride

A mother of four was made to stand before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan on Wednesday morning at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts charged with embezzlement. Pauline...

Recent Articles

Linden schoolgirl critical after stabbed by colleague

A 15-year-old student of the Linden Foundation Secondary School is battling for her life after being stabbed by a fellow colleague. INews understands that several...

Carnegie re-opens Hibiscus Training Restaurant

The Carnegie School of Home Economics (CSHE) has re-opened the doors of its Hibiscus Training Restaurant to a new batch of students studying the...

Joint Services preparing for elections

Members of the Joint Services on Wednesday participated in one of a series of training activities, in preparation for Regional and General Elections. A Study...

4 charged with murder of Strathspey pensioner

Four men were today charged with the capital offence of murder in relation to the death of a 72-year-old man, who was badly beaten...

91,000 changes to RLE legal – GECOM

The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has responded to concerns raised by members of the public regarding the 91,000 changes being made to the Revised...

Citizens Bank invested $629M in local agriculture

Chairman of Citizens Bank Limited, Clifford Reis, on Tuesday said that the commercial institution has invested over $600 million into the local agriculture sector...

PAHO/WHO to brief nation on deadly coronavirus

The Pan American Health Organisation/World Health Organisation country office in Guyana will host soon to brief the Guyanese public on the deadly coronavirus. Cases...

EU deploys election observation mission to Guyana

In response to an invitation by President of Guyana David Granger, the European Union has decided to deploy an Election Observation Mission to observe...

Cattle farmers stranded after leases to lands revoked

The Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA) and the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) are coming in for harsh criticism after a group of farmers on...

Pomeroon men freed of 2016 manslaughter charge

Lennox Baharally, 36, and Rondell Edwards, 21, both boat builders, exited the Suddie High Court as free men on Wednesday after a no-case submission...