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Pump attendant shot as bandits escape with money bag from NA gas station

A 34-year-old man is now hospitalised at the New Amsterdam Public Hospital after he was shot to his back during a robbery at a...

68-Y-O pedal cyclist crushed to death by truck in Mahaicony accident

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of 68-year-old Deonarine Lalchand of Wash Clothes, Mahaicony, Branch Road, East Coast Demerara (ECD). Lalchand was riding...

49 Guyanese repatriated from Suriname

See below press statement from the Ministry of Health Repatriation of 49 Guyanese citizens from Suriname The Ministry of Health, on behalf of the Government of...

“We will not allow corruption” – Edghill orders probe into alleged asphalt plant racket

Public Works Minister Juan Edghill has ordered an investigation into allegations of an alleged racket at the asphalt plant, a State-run entity. The Kaieteur News...

Auditor General hints at special probe into Larry London’s birth certificates contract

The Office of the Auditor General of Guyana may very soon be launching a special audit into the controversial award of a multimillion contract...

Guyana records 68th Covid-19 death

The Ministry of Health (MOH) regrettably informs that as of 13:00hrs on September 22nd, 2020, one other person who tested positive for the novel...

ERC urges families of Henry boys to remain hopeful of ongoing investigations

See below statement from the Ethnic Relations Commission  ERC VISITS WEST COAST BERBICE FAMILIES ERC Chairman, General Bishop, Reverend John Oswald Smith, Commissioners and staff on...

UN chief appeals for global solidarity at General Assembly, warns COVID is ‘dress rehearsal’...

NEW YORK, USA – In his centerpiece address to the historic and unprecedented 75th session of the UN General Assembly, Secretary-General António Guterres on...

Death of Lusignan prisoners regrettable, but necessary – Minister Benn

Minister of Home Affairs Robeson Benn has noted that the death of two inmates at the Lusignan Prison on September 19 is regrettable but...

Contractors complain of delayed payments, discrimination during meeting with Education Minister

Education Minister Priya Manickchand, pursuant to a request, met with contractors who usually do or have done work for the Ministry. According to a press...