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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Essequibo Rice Farmers continue protest action of payments

  - Scores of rice farmers led by Alliance For Change Councillor on the Region Two Democratic council Mr. Naithram held another protest...

Region one school given supplemental NGSA

- The Ministry of Education has revealed that the supplemental National Grade Six Assessment (NGSA) 2014 for the school in Region 1 was...

Rice Farmers protest payment delays

  - Scores of Rice Farmers, armed with placards, staged a picketing exercise Friday morning (June 27),  at Anna Regina; demanding payment for their...

Traffic ranks need to stop acting as ‘Travelling Magistrates’ – Rohee

By Tracey Khan - Drakes - Minister of Home Affairs Clement Rohee has called on Supervisors and Junior Traffic Ranks of the Guyana...

Guyanese TravelSpan Flight Attendants return following successful training

- The 14 Guyanese selected by TravelSpan to become Flight Attendants arrived in Guyana this morning (Wednesday June 26), after successfully completing a...

Gerry Gouveia to testify at Rodney COI today

  By Kurt Campbell – Longstanding Aviation professional, Captain Gerald Gouveia will take the stand at the ongoing Walter Rodney Commission of Inquiry today (Thursday, June...

Distribution of Uniform Vouchers to commence on July 1

  - The Ministry of Education has announced that preparations for the 2014 distribution of uniform vouchers are well on the way and distribution...

Flooding expected as heavy rains continue

– The Hydrometeorological Service has advised that possible flooding is expected as a result of the current weather conditions. The weather for today: Cloudy...

6 hours rainfall expected in all Regions

– Weather Forecasters are anticipating six hours of rainfall with water accumulation between 10mm and 30mm in all Administrative Regions. iNews was reliably informed that...

35 Police Officers undergo FBI interrogation, investigation training

  By Kurt Campbell - Thirty-five members of the Guyana Police Force today (Friday, June 20), completed and graduated from a five day training programme...

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Minister Keith Scott’s bodyguard shot during attempted robbery

Junior Minister of Social Protection Keith Scott's bodyguard was this morning shot during an attempted robbery. The incident occurred at around 06:30hrs at Market Street,...

CPL tickets now on sale

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Soesdyke man to face High Court trial for alleged murder of teen

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LETTER: GECOM should stop this charade and move into elections mode

Dear Editor, The rule of law is the foundation upon which modern civilisation rests. In its absence, anarchy prevails! Dictators are born when those in authority...

UK Govt says freedom of movement ‘will end’ after Brexit

(BBC) The UK government has said rules allowing EU nationals to live and work freely in the UK will end in the event of...

Govt taxation strangles struggling economy – Ali

… cites higher income and trade taxes Despite an economy in which the traditional productive sectors have struggled, the 2019 Mid-year report shows that tax...

NIS in $748.4M half year deficit

– loss of more than 20,000 jobs major contributing factor As a result of more than 20,000 persons from various sectors including the sugar industry...

British envoy urges Chevening scholars to return and serve their country

Eleven Guyanese will soon be departing Guyana’s shores for studies in the United Kingdom (UK) after they were selected for the Chevening scholarship this...