The Customs Anti-Narcotic Unit (CANU) is currently seeking international assistance in an effort to retrieve information that has been “wiped” from a Digital Video Recording (DVR) device that it took into its possession as part of its probe into the almost 85 kilos of cocaine recently found at Zeelugt.
The Board of Directors of the Guyana Sugar Corporation Inc. (GuySuCo) has approved as part of the Uitvlugt Estate Improvement Programme for interested cane farmers with the requisite capacity to be leased lands at Uitvlugt Estate.
The proprietor of Shiva Woodworking passed away last week Wednesday.
Remembered as a very quiet and private person by his family, 63-year-old Sewnarine Singh of the well-known Shiva Woodworking in Enmore, East Coast Demerara, passed away May 17th and was cremated on May 21st.
After receiving emergency funds to pay off a debt to the Guyana National Newspapers Limited (GNNL), the Government Information Agency (GINA) used some of the money to replenish its accounts after paying bonuses to its staff in 2015, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) was told on Monday.
Vellone Thorne and Trifon Parris, who were jointly charged with the alleged reprisal killing of Gladstone ‘Tuffy’ Taylor, were yesterday freed after a city magistrate found that there was insufficient evidence to have the men stand trial for the crime.
Former Attorney General (AG) Anil Nandlall has said that correspondence received earlier this month from publisher Lexis Nexis (UK) corroborates his position that the company never sold or delivered any law reports to the Government of Guyana.
A call is being made for the government to review the appointment of Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) President Patrick Yarde as acting Chairman of the Public Service Commission (PSC) due to the concern that it may be a conflict of interest for him.
The report, ‘Linden driver guilty of causing cop’s death,’ which was published in the May 23, 2017 edition incorrectly reported that Ron Cole was convicted for causing the death of traffic policeman Nakosi
City Hall is being audited by the Auditor General’s Office, Mayor Patricia Chase-Green told city councillors on Monday.
At the council’s fortnightly statutory meeting on Monday, Chase-Green noted that the council had written to the Auditor-General Deodat Sharma and requested that an audit of the council’s financial systems be done.
Caricom Foreign Ministers have called for the opposing parties in Venezuela to soften their deeply entrenched positions, so that trust could be built in order to facilitate dialogue and a peaceful resolution to the current crisis.