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Agricola woman found with throat slit, friend injured

– Agricola resident, Donna Taylor, 55 was found dead by her husband on Friday night (January 31) with her throat slit and her...

Amaila Falls Access Road to be completed by March 31

By Kurt Campbell - Senior Engineer Walter Willis, attached to the Ministry of Public Works told reporters on Friday (January 31) that the Access...

CJIA’s design of new terminal building to be completed by March

By Kurt Campbell – Guyanese can expect the design of a new terminal building at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) by March this...

U.S Embassy partners with NGO to send UG students on Cultural Exchange

- The U.S. Embassy, in partnership with the U.S. NGO One World Youth Project (OWYP), the University of Guyana, and educational institutions in...

Finance Minister consults with FITUG on 2014 Budget

-  Minister of Finance Dr. Ashni Singh met with members of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG), as part of...

Region 8 Chairman slams Junior Local Gov’t Minister on road works

– Regional Chairman of Region Eight, Mark Crawford has chastised Junior Local Government Minister, Norman Whittaker as it relates to the road in...

Several dead, injured in Port Mourant shooting

 – Sources in Port Mourant, Berbice late Thursday afternoon informed iNews that a feud between two prominent Rice Farmers has left three persons dead. Reports...

GBTI embarks on initiative to increase lending to small and media enterprises

By Kurt Campbell – The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) has partnered with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to strengthen its risk...

National Assembly to provide live stream of all parliamentary business

– The Parliament office of Guyana will on Friday, January 31 sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canadian Government to implement...

Lindeners want BOSAI to clean tailings leakage

- The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment's Environmental Protection Agency is currently monitoring the tailings and pond discharge of Bosai Minerals...

Recent Articles

Fisherman remanded for shooting city Constable

A fisherman who shot at a city constable who prevented him from jumping the fence of the Bourda Market was on Tuesday arraigned for...

Shop owner slapped with narcotics possession charge  

A business owner, who was recently charged for causing the death of his wife, is once again before the courts, this time for the...

LETTER: Guyanese eagerly await decision from GECOM on the way forward

Dear Editor, Since the successful passage of the No-Confidence Motion (NCM) of December 21, 2018, there should have been early elections in our country, 15-18...

Rashid Khan to lead new-look Afghanistan in Bangladesh Test

Rashid Khan will have several familiar players around him as he begins his stint as Afghanistan's all-format captain, but the Test and T20I squads...

Pakistan to seek world court ruling on Kashmir

Pakistan has said it will take the Kashmir dispute to the International Court of Justice. The move comes after India revoked the special autonomous status...

Where is the $30B GuySuCo bond?

…PPP Presidential Candidate questions value for money When Government arranged a $30-billion bond guaranteed by the State and National Industrial and Commercial Investment (NICIL) assets,...

Kennar Lewis replaces Xavier Marshall at Jamaica Tallawahs

The Jamaica Tallawahs have announced a temporary replacement for USA player Xavier Marshall who will be unavailable until September 14 due to international commitments. Marshall...

JetBlue exploring Guyana route – Patterson

Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson has announced that a JetBlue team will be arriving in Guyana next month. “They will be mounting a mission next...

Soesdyke man slapped with G$2M fraud charge

A man who is accused of defrauding G$2 million from two persons and evading Police custody was on Monday remanded to prison when he...

Education Ministry blames ‘structural changes’ for poor Maths results this year

The pass rate for Mathematics at this year’s Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination was well below 50 per cent and the Education Ministry...