A guard was killed on Thursday in a collision with a bus along the Rupert Craig Highway, East Coast Demerara.
Christopher Singh, 62, of Industry, was reportedly proceeding on his motorcycle, CH 5818, north along the University of Guyana (UG) Road and across the highway when the collision occurred.
A Williamsburgh Village, Corentyne labourer was found dead in a trench in the Port Mourant backdam on Thursday.
Dead is Jhabal Lutchana, also known as ‘Japanese,’ 58, of Lot 18 Williamsburgh Village, who had left home on Thursday morning to carry out his daily tasks in the backlands.
Transparency Institute Guyana Inc says that the government’s proposed code of conduct for top officials lacks specificity and this deficiency appears as low commitment to integrity in public office and it can ultimately impede the effectiveness of the Code and erode public confidence.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuela’s opposition marched in silence on Saturday to honor a dozen people killed in three weeks of protests demanding that the government of President Nicolas Maduro hold delayed elections and address a growing economic crisis.
Amid years of varied controversies, the Ministry of Public Health is calling on prospective suppliers of pharmaceuticals to make their concerns about the procurement process known so that appropriate guidelines could be crafted.
In addition to stepping down as an APNU+AFC councillor on the Region Five Regional Council, Carol Joseph has also resigned from all posts she held in the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), sources close to her said yesterday.
The High Court has granted an interim injunction postponing the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) elections, which are due to be held on Monday, by nearly two weeks unless the executive council can produce the treasurer’s report for the past 12 years and the Auditor General’s report that was reportedly presented to it.
Dubbed by the US government as the leader of an extensive mortgage fraud scheme, Guyanese businessman Ed Ahmad was yesterday jailed by a New York court for two years for attempt and conspiracy to commit mail fraud in a case that attracted interest here because of his links to former president Bharrat Jagdeo.
Government revenue collections from taxes for January stood at $11.9 billion, representing a 39.9% increase from the same period last year, according to the February Monthly Economic Bulletin published by the Ministry of Finance.