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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Region One to get modern ferry by 2014

A new modern ferry vessel will be acquired for the Region One service next year to reduce time and improve serviceability on the Mabaruma...

Applications by regional airlines for additional Guyana flights challenged by US carriers

By Ray Chickrie Caribbean News Now contributor WASHINGTON, USA -- Airlines for America (A4A), an advocate group that claims to represent major US scheduled passenger and cargo...

Local Gov’t Bills passed with full support of parliamentarians

With the full support of parliamentarians, the four Local Government Bills were this evening passed in the National Assembly, paving the way for Local...

Telecoms Bill deferred, Amaila Legislation restored to Order Paper

After a tit for tat between the parliamentary opposition and the government, the two critical pieces of legislation relating to the Amaila Falls Hydro...

Sinister agenda against Sooba is due to discovery of corruption within City Hall –...

The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has condemned the continuation of what it describes as a vile campaign of vilification, slander and spite against the...

Flurry of protests welcome Parliamentarians

A number of protestors representing various groups gathered in front of the Parliament building this afternoon, Wednesday August 7. Protestors from A Partnership for National...

Wanted bulletin issued for Shawn Fordyce

Shawn Fordyce is wanted by the police for questioning in relation to attempt murder. Anyone with information that may lead to the arrest of Shawn...

Magistrate remands man accused of attacking wife

Keith Wiggins of North Ruimveldt, Georgetown appeared in Court today and pleaded not guilty to the charges of assault and threatening behaviour allegedly committed...

Agricola man accused of stealing

Shamer Moore of Agricola Public Road made his first court appearance before Magistrate Judy Latchman charged with simple larceny. The allegation stated that on August...

Mechanic remanded for assaulting wife

A Mechanic was today remanded to prison for assault and simple larceny. Thirty – Seven - year old Dobby Doman of Agricola, East Bank...

Recent Articles

First Lady takes ICT training to Bina Hill Institute

First Lady Sandra Granger on Tuesday morning said that she was pleased to launch the nationally certified programme, the Information and Communication Technology workshop,...

Vice-Chancellor denies exuberant spending, claims of tripled salaries

With an audit into spending practices at the University of Guyana (UG) drawing closer, Vice-Chancellor Ivelaw Griffith has emerged to hit back at claims...

Fly Jamaica likely to be hauled before Courts – CCAC

Fly Jamaica is likely to be taken to court over compensations owed to hundreds of passengers who were left stranded as a result of...

Roger Khan applies for early release from US prison

Shaheed Roger Khan has filed a petition for early release from prison in the United States, where he is serving a 15-year sentence for...

Family of murder accused killed by inmates calls for justice

More than two weeks after 30-year-old Shaheed Ali succumbed to injuries received during a brawl at the Lusignan Prison, his family held a picketing...

Pedestrian killed while attempting to cross road

A pedestrian was earlier today killed after he was stuck down whilst attempting to cross the No. 11 Public Road, East Coast Berbice. Dead...

Abducted miner escaped after Kuribrong shooting

- 2 suspects in custody The miner who was allegedly abducted following a shooting incident at Kuribrong Trail, Pataro River has managed to escape....

Essequibo saw mill goes up in flames

A devastating fire has left a businessman counting his losses after it ravaged his multi-million dollar saw mill at Spring Gardens, Essequibo on Easter...

City Mayor reminds “littering is unlawful” amid garbage pileup after Easter

Following a huge garbage pile up post the Easter Weekend festivities in the city, Georgetown Mayor Ubraj Narine has reminded that persons can be...

Bolivia crash: Bus plunges into ravine killing 25

Twenty-five people were killed in western Bolivia when the bus they were travelling in fell more than 200m (656ft) down a ravine. The bus was...