After listening to more than six hours of submissions, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) yesterday set next Wednesday at 3pm to rule on whether it has jurisdiction to hear the appeal taken before it by PPP General Secretary Bharrat Jagdeo and PPP/C presidential candidate Irfaan Ali, challenging the decision of the local Court of Appeal to pronounce on the constitutional meaning of “votes cast” at the March 2 polls.
The second phase of Guyana’s reopening process is expected to commence tomorrow even as the nationwide 6am to 6pm curfew will remain in effect.
A sharp rise in COVID-19 cases in recent days has seen the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) delaying the start of Phase Two of the reopening of international airports by a month.
Yesterday’s Eastern Airlines repatriation flight from Miami saw the return of 67 Guyanese following an approval granted by the National COVID-19 Task Force (NCTF), the Department of Public Information (DPI) said yesterday.
President of Cricket West Indies, Ricky Skerritt has rubbished a call by one of the body’s director to have Head Coach, Phil Simmons sacked for leaving the ‘bubble’.
Fresh off an unbeaten century in the second warm up match, wicket-keeper/batsman Joshua Da Silva is ready for whatever role is required of him.
There is doubt about who is the top wicket-keeping/batsman in the Caribbean; the title easily goes to Shane Dowrich.
(Trinidad Express) A WOMAN who cursed a police officer, suggesting he mind his children and not her business, faced a magistrate charged with using obscene language and resisting arrest.
(Trinidad Guardian) Commissioner of Police Gary Griffith has said he is willing to meet with Darren Joseph, the husband of Ornella Greaves despite Joseph’s statements towards him on live television.
(Jamaica Star) Six months after their story was first highlighted, the Jackson family is still in a painful pursuit for answers, seeking the remains of their deceased relative Jimmy Jackson.
(Reuters) – A landslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar killed at least 113 people, with more feared dead, authorities said on Thursday, after a heap of mining waste collapsed into a lake, triggering a wave of mud and water that buried many workers.
LONDON, (Reuters) – British police said today they had carried out their biggest operation ever, arresting “iconic” figures and smashing thousands of conspiracies including murder plots after infiltrating a communications service used by criminals.
LONDON, (Reuters) – The British government will effectively ditch its air bridge plans and simply end coronavirus quarantine rules for those arriving from 75 countries so that people can go on holiday, the Telegraph newspaper reported.