Following serious complaints by staff, including of interference and verbal abuse, the Board of the Guyana Water Inc (GWI) has launched an investigation into the actions of the corporation’s Chief Executive Officer Dr Richard Van West-Charles even as a Cabinet sub-committee is slated to meet with him and Board Chairman Nigel Hinds early next month.
- Bulkan says Mayor’s defence of action not in line with law
Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan says Town Clerk Royston King “acted outside of his authority” when he directed the removal of vendors from Robb Street, Bourda without the approval of the City Council and the Mayor’s subsequent defence of his action was not in keeping with the law.
A 14-year-old boy is now dead and a man injured after a freak accident at Abary Creek.
While the dead teenager has not yet been identified, according to information gathered, he had arrived in Abary in a truck, along with a
The claim by police ranks that there are no vehicles available to respond to the reports of crime is unfortunate and unacceptable, according to acting Police Commissioner David Ramnarine, who is urging members of the public to report such cases to the force.
The commencement of the trial of former public service minister Dr Jennifer Westford and ex-ministry personnel officer Margaret Cummings, who are charged with forgery and the attempted larceny of state vehicles, has been delayed until next year as a decision on the case in the High Court is being awaited.
Kitty Market is scheduled to be reopened on November 1, Town Clerk Royston King told city councillors yesterday.
Speaking at the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) statutory meeting, King said that 65 per cent of work has been completed and round-the-clock work was