Banks DIH Limited has filed a $28B lawsuit against the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) and the government for what it says is the overpayment in consumption taxes with interest for the period 2001 to 2006, in light of a settlement last year between fellow beverage company DDL and the agency.
With a drop in the paddy price from $4,500 per bag over two years ago to less than $3,000 per bag, farmers have been advised to focus on increasing their productivity so that their yields can become higher.
Teachers and parents of students attending the South Road Nursery are trying to save the school from being phased out.
At a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) meeting held at St Stanislaus College yesterday, parents were told that the teachers are seeking land on behalf of the school.
The Cuban owner of club in Providence was yesterday remanded to prison after he was charged with trafficking a woman.
Owner of the Bollywood Club Eladio Peraza, 32, of Lot 27 Providence Public Road, East Bank Demerara, yesterday pleaded not guilty to a charge which stated that on January 20, at the club in Providence, he engaged in trafficking in persons, that is to say he harboured a woman for the
– attorney accuses state newspaper of misleading reportage
The Court of Appeal last week dismissed the race baiting appeal case involving PPP/C Leader Bharrat Jagdeo, whose lawyer yesterday accused the Guyana Chronicle of being misleading in its reportage on the outcome of the matter.
Michael Caesar, who pleaded guilty to the 2008 Bartica mass killing, yesterday told Justice Roxane George SC and a jury, that the three men currently being tried for the crime were not there when 12 men, including three police officers, were killed.
A Berbice man was yesterday remanded to prison on two counts of rape.
The unrepresented man appeared at the New Amsterdam Magistrate’s Court, where he faced the charges of raping two girls aged 13 and 12 years old.