The nurse, whose complaint against an influential APNU+AFC councillor in Region Five was reported in yesterday’s edition of Stabroek News, has been transferred with immediate effect and she firmly believes that she is being targeted over the matter.
GTT yesterday stated that it has more than enough capacity to handle all of Guyana’s overseas traffic and it called for Digicel’s bypass operation to be audited by an “independent and trusted organization”.
As the Mayor and City Council’s (M&CC) rates recovery drive continues, City Treasurer, Ron McAlman says the council has been able to recover some $14.6 million out of an outstanding balance of $382 million for the Kingston, North Cummingsburg, South Cummingsburg and Lacytown areas.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed yesterday between the Minister of Public Telecommunications, Catherine Hughes and the Vice Chancellor of the University of Guyana, Professor Ivelaw Griffith, for the upgrade of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) platforms on all University of Guyana (UG) Campuses.
A motorcyclist died early yesterday morning after he collided with the front fender of a parked motor lorry along the Reliance Public Road, Essequibo Coast and his family are blaming the police delay in rendering assistance for his death.
A drug mule was yesterday sentenced to three years in jail and fined $4,060,800 for trafficking three pounds of cocaine, while her alleged supplier was remanded for possession of almost five pounds of the same drug.
Mohammed Ali who was charged with possession of 113 pounds of cocaine had the charge against him dismissed on Tuesday.
The charge against Ali stated that on May 10, 2015 at Windsor Forest, West Coast Demerara, he had in his possession 51.626 kilogrammes (equivalent to 113.8 pounds) of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking.
There has been no activity on the forest concessions previously held by Chinese forester Bai Shan Lin, which government is holding on to at the request of the China Development Bank, according to Minister of Natural Resources, Raphael Trotman.
Minister within the Ministry of Natural Resources Simona Broomes told a Parliamentary Sectoral Committee on Natural Resources yesterday that the development of mining syndicates will directly influence the growth of the economy.