A manhunt is underway in Linden for a man who is suspected to have fatally stabbed his wife this morning.
Chairman of the Guyana Water Inc (GWI) Board of Directors Nigel Hinds has resigned from the post, while saying that he could not perform in the best interest of the company as a “rubber stamp.” His resignation, effective from October 26, 2016, follows ongoing issues with the corporation’s Chief Executive Officer Dr Richard Van West-Charles.
Several persons are now being treated at the Georgetown Public Hospital after a Route 40 (Kitty-Campbellville) minibus driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a lantern post on Regent Street this evening.
Two men were this morning charged with murdering 13-year-old Daveanand Sanichar after a row over a woman at a wedding house at Triumph, East Coast Demerara.
A grenade was last night lobbed outside the offices of the Kaieteur News at Saffon Street, Charlestown, where staff had gathered for a wake for one of its reporters.
APNU+AFC ministers Winston Felix and Keith Scott can once more sit in the National Assembly, according to Attorney-General Basil Williams, who has secured an interim stay of execution on a recent ruling that they could not hold seats as non-elected members.
Orwin and Cleon Hinds, Kevin October and Roy Jacobs have each been sentenced to 81 years in jail after a jury found them guilty of murdering 72-year-old Clementine Fiedtkou-Parris.
Deoram Sookchand was today charged with murdering his wife, Pamela Kendall, whom he had claimed was killed by an intruder at their Number 45 Village, Corentyne home last week.
Regan Rodrigues, the suspected triggerman in the slaying of Courtney Crum-Ewing, was charged this afternoon with the political activist’s murder.
Minister of Finance Winston Jordan today met with members of the opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP) to discuss this year’s national budget, the Government Information Agency (GINA) announced this afternoon.
Former president Bharrat Jagdeo Acting Chief Justice Ian Chang this afternoon ruled that the presidential term limit is unconstitutional, clearing the way for former president Bharrat Jagdeo to make another run for the presidency.
While President Donald Ramotar refuses to concede defeat, the heads of the United States, British and Canadian diplomatic missions in Guyana have reiterated their confidence in the tabulation of results from Monday’s general and regional elections.
A precursor team of medium-term observers from the Carter Center met with Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman Dr.
The decomposing body of a teenage girl was found earlier this afternoon at the Windsor Forest, foreshore, West Coast Demerara.
Human Services and Social Security Minister Dr Jennifer Webster has tendered her resignation to President Donald Ramotar due to health reasons.
A Brazilian woman is dead following a collision in the Mazaruni River this afternoon.
A fire of unknown origin this afternoon gutted the Umana Yana at Kingston.
Two packages of cocaine weighing 2.2 kilogrammes were discovered on a Caribbean Airlines flight less than an hour after it touched down here this afternoon, the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) said today.
By Marianne Flach, UNICEF Representative Guyana & Suriname No violence against children is justifiable, and all violence against children is preventable.
Jaipaul Sharma during his swearing in as a member of Parliament APNU Member of Parliament Jaipaul Sharma this afternoon announced his resignation from the National Assembly over remarks made by Minister of Education Priya Manickchand in reference to his father CN Sharma facing statutory rape charges.
Sir Richard Cheltenham, newly-appointed Chairman of the international Commission of Inquiry (CoI) established to probe the death of political activist Dr Walter Rodney, is hopeful of beginning work in a month’s time.
Acting Chancellor of the Judiciary Carl Singh today refused to say whether background checks were conducted on Rabi Sukul before his appointment to the Court of Appeal.
A logger was found dead early this morning in front of his home at Kwakwani and his wife is among two persons detained by police, Crime Chief Seelall Persaud has confirmed.
Local Government and Regional Development Minister Ganga Persaud this afternoon announced his resignation citing “personal issues” and “additional responsibilities” to which he has committed.
The Guyana Elections Commission (Gecom) today announced that it is exploring the possibility of embarking on a pilot project in which automatic scanning and tabulation machines could be used in a future election.