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Friday, July 19, 2019

Project launched to standardise testing for renal marker

- Local medical technologists and laboratories will benefit from a one year training project which has the primary aim of standardising  reporting of 'estimated-Glomerular...

Mayor’s wife sued for millions in outstanding taxes; claims it is political victimization

By Kurt Campbell - The wife of the Mayor of Georgetown Jennifer Basdeo Greene is among several persons being sued by the Town Clerk...

Multi – million dollar Jagan Dental Center to advance medical tourism

  -   The Jagan Dental Center was officially commissioned on Tuesday evening (October 8) and boasts of advancing Guyana’s medical tourism. With the attendance of...

Enterprise resident stabbed to death by ‘deportee’

By Kurt Campbell - The body of 43-year-old Rajin Chattergoon-Persaud a.k.a ‘fatboy’ was found a few miles from his 458 Church Street, Enterprise, East...

Farmers urged to take their rightful place in food market

- Chief Coordinator of the Caribbean Farmers Network (CaFAN) Jethro Greene says farmers need to take their rightful place atop the power structure. “Food...

Entrepreneurship to become a necessary tool in Agriculture – Dr. Ramsammy

- Agriculture Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy says Guyana is retooling its agriculture curricula to include entrepreneurship as a necessary component. He made the remark...

Trio ordered to do community service after busted with marijuana at GuyExpo

- Two women and one man were placed before Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry charged with the offence of possession of narcotics. Thirty – one -...

Repeat offender charged with robbery underarms

- Twenty – five - year old Alfred Benjamin of Charlestown, Georgetown appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Beharry charged with robbery underarms. Benjamin pleaded...

Jaguar caught in Buckhall

– Workers at Buckhall Essequibo, Region Two have captured what they described as a ‘baby Jaguar’ in their log yard. iNews was informed...

National Footballer loses left leg in life saving surgery

- National footballer Akeem Adams, 22, had his left leg amputated on Monday night during what was described as a life saving surgery. Adams,...

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While international organisations and other stakeholders have joined the resounding call for democracy to prevail in Guyana, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) has remained noticeably...

Man accused of stealing motorcycle granted bail

A 35-year-old man who is accused of stealing a motorcycle was granted bail, when he made his first appearance at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts. Gavin...

Zimbabwe suspended by ICC over ‘government interference’

Zimbabwe have been suspended from the ICC with immediate effect. ICC funding to Zimbabwe Cricket has been frozen, and representative teams from Zimbabwe will...

Bus conductor to stand High Court trial for 2016 rape

A minibus conductor was today committed to stand trial at the Demerara High Court for the rape of an 18-year-old girl. Dorian Fredericks, 24, of...

Large percentage of working class without union representation

A large bracket of the country's working class population is not represented by a trade union. The revelation comes as trade unions celebrate 100 years...

Liza Destiny sets sail for Guyana

Liza Destiny, the very first oil production vessel to be placed in Guyana, has departed Singapore for Guyanese waters. Christened on June 22, 2019 by...

Man wanted for 2015 murder of male sex worker

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) has issued a wanted bulletin for 38-year-old Kanand Ojha, who is wanted by questioning in relation to the murder...

Warriors’ Hetmyer says ready for CPL 2019 challenge

The 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) was a breakout season for Shimron Hetmyer, which he has used as a platform to further his...

Govt’s caretaker status puts State contracts at risk – PSC

Companies are now extremely concerned about the status of contracts with the State, now that the government must be in caretaker mode. "It is the...

Higher standards needed for persons seeking to become teachers – BVI Minister

By: Davina Ramdass  As CARICOM embarks on an initiative to review existing teaching standards, a recommendation has been made for there to be a higher...