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Volda Lawrence, Carol Joseph for court today on electoral fraud charges

Chairman of the PNC/R Volda Lawrence along with APNU/AFC activist Carol Joseph are slated to appear in court today on charges in relation to...

50-Y-O man found dead in trench

The partially decomposed body of a 50-year-old man who was found in a trench at Victoria, East Coast Demerara (ECD) has been identified as...

COVID-19 testing a priority at Graham’s Hall shelter – CDC

The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) will be collaborating with the Ministry of Health to ensure squatters being sheltered at the Graham’s Hall Primary School...

Success squatters finally seeking shelter at Graham’s Hall School

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Nabarima oil spill may not have any direct impact on Guyana’s marine ecosystem –...

The Civil Defence Commission (CDC) says based on investigations so far, it has been determined that an oil spill from the Nabarima tanker will...

Stop giving money to child beggars – Ann Greene

Director of the Childcare and Protection Agency (CPA), Ann Greene is calling on the public to stop giving money to children who are begging...

31 new Covid cases recorded from 121 tests

Guyana has recorded 31 new cases of Covid-19 from 121 tests, bringing the total confirmed cases to 3,796 as of October 20, 2020. The total...

Grades 10 and 11 could be first group of students to return to classrooms

With Grades Ten (10) and Eleven (11) students needing critical time in the classroom to complete School-Based Assessment (SBA) in the lead-up to CXC...

Top US legal analyst exposes himself in zoom call

(BBC) A top US legal analyst has been suspended by New Yorker magazine after he exposed himself on a Zoom call. Jeffrey Toobin, 60, also...

COVID death toll rising in several Caricom countries

(CMC) In the wake of an increasing number of deaths related to the coronavirus, several Caribbean Community countries are appealing to citizens to maintain...