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Sunday, March 24, 2019

President still to engage teachers’ union to resolve impasse

In light of the ongoing conflict between the Teaching Service Commission (TSC) and the Guyana Teachers Union (GTU), the President is still to have...

SOCU exceeding mandate, actions politically inspired – former Attorney General

Launching investigations in allegations of misfeasance goes far beyond the mandate of the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) of the Guyana Police Force (GPF). Persons...

Protesters mourn ‘death of the city’ in latest rally against paid parking

The "water street mourners" have now become the "undertakers" as they held the spotlight of the Parking Meter protest in front of City Hall...

Cameron and Nanthan back as President and Vice President of WICB

Almost four years to the date, Whycliffe ‘Dave’ Cameron and Emmanuel Nanthan were again elected President and Vice President respectively, of the West Indies...

Police ranks receive training in investigating violent crimes

A training program in the area of capacity building in a new forensic skill set for member of the Guyana Police Force is...

Wanted bulletin issued for D’Urban Street man

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has issued a wanted bulletin for 34-year-old Floyd Andrew Primo in connection with obtaining money by false pretense from...

iNews rejects allegation made by Dem Waves

iNews takes strong objections to the baseless claims by Demerara Waves that their stories were being used by our contributors. iNews is a credible, independent...

Still on Top …Guyana Jaguars lead points table despite rare defeat

Four-time defending champions Guyana Jaguars are still in the lead for the Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Four-Day Tournament. The Leon Johnson-led Jaguars team top...

Social Protection Ministry awaits report before acting on NOC breakout

- claims it’s clueless at this point Investigations into the break out at the New Opportunity Corps, at Onderneeming Village, Region Two are still on-going...

High-level Caucus: President says greater education needed for oil sector

President David Granger said that while many people are dazzled by the prospects of petroleum wealth, there is need for greater understanding and education...

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PSC urges GECOM to continue election preparations

In light of the Appeal Court’s decision that 34 votes were needed to validly pass the no-confidence motion, the Private Sector Commission (PSC) is...

CCJ fixes case management hearing in challenge of GECOM Chairman’s appointment

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has set a date for a case management hearing in relation to the appeal filed to reverse the...

Chef in ‘hot water’ after police find illegal shotgun in mining camp

Police in ‘F’ Division (Interior Locations) have arrested a chef, who was the lone occupant at a mining camp where an illegal shotgun and...

President Granger’s 1st phase of medical treatment in Cuba successful – medical specialists

-no more chemo treatment, radiotherapy to commence in April  The first phase of President Granger’s medical treatment in the Republic of Cuba has been successfully...

Known felon, other arrested with illegal gun, ammo during high speed chase  

A high speed chase by ranks of the Guyana Police Force on Friday afternoon in the streets of Georgetown led to the arrest of...

Teen miner fatally stabbed by drunk employer

A teenager is now dead after he was allegedly murdered by his employer, who happened to be a close relative. Dead is 19-year-old Dave Boyal,...

ERC calls for prevailing calm among Guyanese

The current political situation in Guyana is not going unnoticed by the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) and the entity is calling for the prevailing...

Charrandas Persaud files $30M lawsuit against Ramjattan

Former APNU/AFC Parliamentarian Charrandas Persaud has filed a $30 million lawsuit against Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan for libel committed after the passage of...

“Strange Mathematics” cannot change what is in Guyana’s Constitution – Jagdeo

The Constitution of Guyana is pellucid on what number of votes is needed for the passage of a no-confidence motion; it is a majority...

Sugar worker killed by Africanised bees

A Berbice sugar worker was on Thursday killed by a swarm of Africanised bees as he was clearing bushes. Dead is Rameshwar Poonoo, 31, of...