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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

CSEC 2016 Results: Marginal increase in overall pass rate …See list of schools...

The Ministry of Education has reported that, in 2016, there was a marginal increase in the overall pass rate for the Caribbean Secondary Education...

See list of top CSEC students with 11 or more Grade Ones

The following is a list of this year's top CSEC students as provided by the Ministry of Education:  Individual candidate performances Full analysis of individual candidates’...

Buxton resident killed in road accident

Police say they are investigating a fatal accident which occurred about 1300h., yesterday, on Buxton Public Road, E.C.D, which resulted in the death of...

Drop-in Centre deaths: System to protect children failed – CoI report

The deadly fire at the Hadfield Street Drop-in Centre on July 8, which claimed the lives of siblings, Antonio and Joshua George, was a...

Brazilian woman remanded on illegal ammo charge

A 26-year-old Brazilian woman was remanded to prison when she appeared before Magistrate Fabayo Azore at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts charged for illegal possession...

Fatima Karim of St. Roses High is CXC 2016 top student

This year's (2016) top CXC student is Fatima Karim of St. Roses High with 19 Grade Ones and 1 Grade Two. INews reporters are out...

BAN ENFORCED: Law restricts importation of vehicles older than 8 years

cars older than 8 years will be seized and disposed of if imported after May 1, 2016 The Guyana Revenue Authority  (GRA) wishes to...

PS Shariff saga: Billion-dollar blooper or malice?

Explosive details are emerging to validate the claim made by our usually reliable source who had disclosed previously that much of the information published...

Guyanese born British woman killed in accident while travelling to airport

A 58-year-old Guyanese born woman who resided in London, England, was killed this morning when the taxi she was travelling in to the Eugene...

Police seeking advice for suspected killers of 13-yr-old

* during wedding house brawl Investigators probing the death of 13-year-old Devanand Sanichar, who was chopped and beaten to death on Sunday, are seeking advice...

Recent Articles

Another “migrant voter” rejects APNU/AFC claims that she was out of the country on...

Several alleged migrant voters are coming forward to reject claims being made by the APNU/AFC Coalition that they were out of the country on...

See Tabulation Certificates for District 3

Following are the Certificates of Tabulation for the General and Regional Elections for District 3 – Essequibo Islands/West Demerara. Based on the national recount, for...

No new COVID-19 cases; 70 persons recovered

The Ministry of Public Health has announced that as of today, there are no new cases of COVID-19. The COVID-19 deaths remain at 12; the...

Iran ready to ship more fuel to Venezuela despite US ‘threats’

(Aljazeera) Iran has said it will continue fuel shipments to Venezuela if Caracas requests more supplies, despite criticism from the United States of trade...

Marcus Bisram freed after Judge quashed DPP committal order

  Murder-accused, Marcus Bisram, walked a free man this afternoon after High Court Judge Simone Morris-Ramlall ruled that the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) acted...

Atlantic Gardens woman was heard arguing with suspect over money

With the alleged killer in police custody, investigations are still ongoing into the death of the 61-year-old woman who was on Monday afternoon murdered...

CSEC, CAPE Official Timetables released

The Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) has released the final July-August timetables for the upcoming Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) Examinations and Caribbean Advanced Proficiency...

COVID-19 curfew, lockdown measures extended to June 17

The National COVID-19 Task Force has announced that the Emergency Measures (No.3) published in the Gazette 29th April 2020 and effective until June 3rd...

CPL submits proposal to stage tournament in Trinidad

The Caribbean Premier League (CPL) organisers have submitted a proposal to Keith Rowley, the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, to stage the entirety...

First batch of stranded Guyanese to arrive 2nd week in June

Director-General of the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) Lt. Col. Egbert Field has disclosed that the first set of Guyanese stranded abroad, starting with...