– blames Nandlall, who says Williams unfit for office
Attorney General Basil Williams SC yesterday stopped short of publicly apologizing for his conduct during the Carvil Duncan High Court hearing, which Justice Franklin Holder has described as “despicable,” but expressed his willingness to work along with the judge to have the matter sorted out. 0
Having received some 14 names from consulted stakeholders, Opposition Leader Bharat Jagdeo will this week begin shortlisting to submit to President David Granger another list for his selection of Guyana Elections Commission (Gecom) Chairman. 0
The Headmistress of Central High School has called those who have made negative criticisms in print and social media about the nature of visits to several local secondary schools by an American missionary group, “narrow-minded”. 0
In a bid to improve its patrols of the waterways, the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Coast Guard yesterday officially com-missioned two Metal Shark vessels, worth approxi-mately $140 million each, with President David Granger doing the honours. 0
The Guyana Private Schools United turned out for the second week to protest the government’s implementation of VAT on private tuition fees, but this time the group took their grievances to the Ministry of Education’s head office on Brickdam. 0
The PPP/C says it wants “full disclosure” pertaining to the over $605 million emergency drug purchase for the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) and therefore has moved to have questions answered on the matter in the National Assembly. 0
An Indian national drove himself to a city hospital on Tuesday evening, after managing to flee an armed bandit who shot him during an attempted robbery at Cummings Lodge, East Coast Demerara (ECD). 0
Former Permanent Secretary of the Office of the President Omar Shariff was yesterday identified to the court as one of the permanent secretaries who approved 10 of the 23 memorandums along with the relevant payment vouchers. 0
Epsom is one of the smallest villages in the ancient county of Berbice. Located on the Corentyne Highway, 44.5 kilometres (27.6 miles) from New Amsterdam, the village has just about 30 houses.
This week we asked the man/woman in the street if more emphasis should be placed on arts education in schools. Their responses follow: Rosena Playter `Yes, because it will keep the children’s minds occupied, some may prefer arts and anything to do with drama and dancing rather than the book work.
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