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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Canadian High Commissioner meets APNU Leader

– Canadian High Commissioner, Dr. Nicole Giles paid a courtesy call on the Leader of the Opposition, David Granger where she reaffirmed her...

GTUC says all political parties should ensure establishment of Public Procurement Commission

- The Guyana Trades Union Congress (GTUC) has taken a serious objection to Opposition Leader David Granger’s statement that the establishment of the...

Williams seeks revision of salaries for members of Judiciary

- Member of Parliament and Opposition Member, Basil Williams will be inquiring about the salaries and emoluments of members of the judiciary along...

Granger wants report on NOC Investigation

– Leader of a Partnership for National Unity (APNU), David Granger will be calling for the report from the Commission of Inquiry established...

Opposition protecting the interests of money-launderers and terrorists – PPP

- The Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) is of the belief that the Opposition is benefitting financially and politically from criminal activities and it...

PSC petitions National Assembly to support Anti Money Laundering Amendments

– The Private Sector Commission (PSC) has petitioned the National Assembly to pass the amendments to the Anti – Money Laundering and Countering...

APNU says Govt. is letting deteriorating infrastructure impede national development

By Kurt Campbell - Rickety stellings; congested city streets; failing ferries; deteriorating hinterland airstrips; broken bridges; impassable roadways and weakened kokers and sea...

Persaud confirms Guyana at risk of losing US$20M from Norway

- Guyana is at risk of losing at least US$20 million from its Norway Fund deal. This follows a new report, which shows...

‘Contentious’ Parliamentary Sitting for November 7

By Kurt Campbell – Speaker of The National Assembly Raphael Trotman confirmed that he has received information indicating that Thursday, November 7 will be...

APNU does not need to be satisfied with Anti – Money Laundering Amendment –...

– Government says that it does not need to satisfy A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) when it comes to the details contained in...

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Linden schoolgirl critical after stabbed by colleague

A 15-year-old student of the Linden Foundation Secondary School is battling for her life after being stabbed by a fellow colleague. INews understands that several...

Carnegie re-opens Hibiscus Training Restaurant

The Carnegie School of Home Economics (CSHE) has re-opened the doors of its Hibiscus Training Restaurant to a new batch of students studying the...

Joint Services preparing for elections

Members of the Joint Services on Wednesday participated in one of a series of training activities, in preparation for Regional and General Elections. A Study...

4 charged with murder of Strathspey pensioner

Four men were today charged with the capital offence of murder in relation to the death of a 72-year-old man, who was badly beaten...

91,000 changes to RLE legal – GECOM

The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has responded to concerns raised by members of the public regarding the 91,000 changes being made to the Revised...

Citizens Bank invested $629M in local agriculture

Chairman of Citizens Bank Limited, Clifford Reis, on Tuesday said that the commercial institution has invested over $600 million into the local agriculture sector...

PAHO/WHO to brief nation on deadly coronavirus

The Pan American Health Organisation/World Health Organisation country office in Guyana will host soon to brief the Guyanese public on the deadly coronavirus. Cases...

EU deploys election observation mission to Guyana

In response to an invitation by President of Guyana David Granger, the European Union has decided to deploy an Election Observation Mission to observe...

Cattle farmers stranded after leases to lands revoked

The Guyana Livestock Development Authority (GLDA) and the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) are coming in for harsh criticism after a group of farmers on...

Pomeroon men freed of 2016 manslaughter charge

Lennox Baharally, 36, and Rondell Edwards, 21, both boat builders, exited the Suddie High Court as free men on Wednesday after a no-case submission...