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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

Update: One dead, another injured in early morning robbery

An early morning robbery at the corner of Water and Cowan Streets, Kingston this morning, Monday July 8 has left one person dead and...

Man shot dead on Vryheid’s Lust Seawalls

 Police have confirmed that a 32 – year – old man was last evening, Sunday, July 7, 2013, shot dead during a robbery at...

U.S Citizen sentenced to 4 years in jail for possession of cocaine

United States citizen, Brianna Rodney today pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and was sentenced to four years in prison by Chief Magistrate Priya...

Fire destroy 3 houses, 16 homeless

By Nickhail Jaundoo Sixteen persons are homeless after three houses were destroyed between Camp and Quamina Streets around 15:00 hrs today, Saturday July 6. The Guyana...

Over 4000lbs of marijuana discovered at John Fernandes Wharf

Drug Enforcement Unit (DEU) officers the Guyana Revenue Authority has found more than 4000 lbs of compressed marijuana inside a container at the...

Mon Repos Taxi Driver wanted for murder

Satish Neil Ramcharitar is wanted by the police for questioning in relation to the murder of Jagdeo Thakurdeen on June 30, 2013, at Good...

Wanted man in ‘fowl cock row’ murder arrested

The police have arrested Mark Assing, who was wanted for the murder of Abiola Eddie-Barker. According to the Police, Assing was arrested yesterday, Thursday July...

Update: Police investigating early morning shooting

The police are investigating the shooting of Leslie Wood, who was shot multiple times about his body this morning, Friday July 5. In a press...

Taxi driver in Woodlands Hospital robbery remanded to prison

Taxi driver, 38 – year – old Michael Lewis of 65 Sheriff Street Campbellville Georgetown today pleaded not guilty to the charge of robbery...

Labourer granted bail for possession of narcotics

A Labourer appeared before Magistrate Ann Mc Lennan possession of narcotics. Twenty – year – old Nicolay Kissoon of 60 Durban Street Lodge pleaded not...

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Eyewitness: The battle for the…

…the soul of the PNC One of the enduring hypocritical constants in Guyanese politics is the refusal of political parties to be honest on race...

$136M in contracts inked for construction of Core Homes in Sophia, street light installation...

The Ministry of Housing and Water through the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) has inked approximately $136 million in contracts under the Adequate...

‘Brace yourselves’ – CDC urges coastland residents to take precautions to prevent floods

With thundershowers anticipated this evening and in the coming days, the Civil Defence Commission (CDC) is urging residents along the coastland to take all...

2 more unvaccinated men die from Covid-19

Two more men who were infected with the novel coronavirus have died, taking the country's death toll to 897. The latest fatalities are an 80-year-old...

Pres. Ali meets with investment delegation from Barbados

President Dr Irfaan Ali, today, met with a delegation from Barbados, led by the island’s Minister of Housing, Lands and Maintenance, Dr William Duguid...

Lyng Street man wanted for murder of vendor

A wanted bulletin has been issued for Kevin Hendricks, 30, of Lyng Street, Charlestown, Georgetown for the murder of 48-year-old Carl Cameron, also of...

Guyana cannot be left behind during period of accelerated digitisation – PM

Prime Minister, Brigadier (Ret’d), Mark Phillips today said that Guyana cannot be left behind in the drive to enhance global digitisation. He said that the...

Wife of murdered Charlestown vendor says no intimate photo was ever shared on social...

Samantha Castellow, the wife of 48-year-old Carl Cameron who was stabbed to death last night over the alleged sharing of an intimate photo on...

Man stabbed to death for allegedly sharing intimate photo of suspect and his girlfriend

A 48-year-old man was last evening stabbed to death after he allegedly shared a photo on social media of the suspect and his girlfriend...

Letter: Everyone must respect the law – the Paul Slowe fiasco

Dear Editor, I watched with great amusement, the theatrical display of former Commissioner of Police Paul Slowe when confronted by the members of the Special...