APNU Member of Parliament Vanessa Kissoon was this evening taken to the hospital from the National Assembly via one of the two ambulances there after complaining of feeling unwell.
Attorney General Anil Nandlall has sued Guyana Publications Inc, publishers of Stabroek News and the Sunday Stabroek for $20M over a letter in the March 19th edition of the newspaper.
Police say that investigations are being conducted into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mahendra Singh, 38 years, of Philadelphia, EBE.
Residents of Mosquito Hall, East Coast Demerara are once again in a state panic after a 3.18-metre high tide caused the collapse of a large section of the inner side of the seawall yesterday morning.
The second Preliminary Inquiry (PI) to decide whether Carolan Lynch is to stand trial for the murder of her husband, Farouk Razac, commenced yesterday when four witnesses offered evidence.
A section of the Hyde Park sea defence broke away on Monday evening, resulting in flooding after high tides later hit the area.
A broadcaster is now a remanded prisoner after being charged with assaulting a 13-year-old girl and threatening her mother.
Education Minister Priya Manickchand was yesterday afternoon banned from speaking during the 2014 budget debate by Speaker of the House, Raphael Trotman for refusing to apologize to APNU MP Jaipaul Sharma over remarks she made.
Government is neglecting the agricultural potential of Region Ten and allowing the exploitation of renewable resources and workers’ rights, according to APNU MP Vanessa Kissoon, who said these practices would have been condemned by the founding father of the ruling PPP Dr.
A number of actions are taken when the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) becomes aware of fraudulent practices pertaining to housing.
A 13-year-old boy was yesterday morning found hanging from a rope in the bedroom of his Hope west Enmore, East Coast Demerara home.
Saying alcohol is the cheapest and most accessible commodity drug being abused by Guyanese, APNU’s Shadow Minister of Human Services Volda Lawrence yesterday castigated the Donald Ramotar administration for failing to address the impact alcohol abuse has on the economy in the proposed budget.
Accused of trying to stab his friend to death during a misunderstanding, a Port Kaituma man was yesterday remanded to prison.
APNU MP Keith Scott on Monday dismissed the 2014 budget as insufficient to address social and economic needs while PPP/C MP Kwame Gilbert says the allocations indicate the importance government attributes to the social and economic sectors.
The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry says that adequate monitoring mechanisms should be in place prior to budgeted monies being handed over to the various initiatives outlined in the 2014 budget.
More money has been budgeted this year for the digitalizing of archival records and a paper conservation lab, Youth, Culture and Sports Minister, Dr Frank Anthony says.
APNU MP Desmond Trotman yesterday issued a stern call on Local Government Minister Norman Whittaker to “abandon the insulting and ridiculous” position that the Guyanese people are not ready for local government elections.
Almost two weeks after 53-year-old Franklyn Austin was fatally hit by a driver while on his way to visit relatives, his family is still awaiting a promised settlement from the unseen perpetrator.
A 16-year-old was among four teens charged yesterday with battering a man during a robbery.
A post-mortem, conducted on the remains of 21066 Private Dellon Nero, revealed that, the cause of death was consistent with drowning, a release from the Guyana Defence Force said on Monday.
Chief of Staff (COS) Brigadier Mark Phillips, received Pakistan High Commissioner, Nasrullah Khan, when he paid a courtesy call to his office on March 19, 2014.
Last Friday, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) held a graduation ceremony at the Georgetown Club to honour 33 youth who completed work and life skills training and 24 youth who completed literacy training through the USAID Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment (SKYE) Project.
A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) conducted an outreach exercise in Bartica on Sunday.
Resistance to slavery took diverse forms but historians point to the masquerade performance as one form.
Participants at a joint forum on the Use of Sexual Violence in Gross Human Rights Violations said that steps must be taken to address the rape culture in Guyana.