Appearing again before the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into an alleged plot to assassinate President David Granger, Assistant Commissioner of Police David Ramnarine yesterday denied misleading the President at a meeting on March 30th on what had been learnt up to that point in the investigation.
A 43-year-old pregnant woman and her unborn child died at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH) early Wednesday morning.
This week we asked the man and woman in the street what they knew and thought about Public Service Announcements.
Hundreds turned out to the Emancipation Festival 2017, which was held yesterday at the National Park in Georgetown.
Joel Paton, who survived an early morning attack on Wednesday, when a mining camp at Imataka, Venezuela, was raided by gunmen, said he watched as his fellow miners were shot dead.
Three Guyanese miners were shot dead, while three other persons were wounded in an early morning attack on Wednesday, when their camp at Imataka, on the Venezuelan side of the border, was raided by gunmen.
This week, we asked the man and woman in the street their views on the jail-break and the fire which occurred last week Sunday at the Camp Street Prison.
The wife of a BK International employee who was stabbed to death in `C’ Field, Sophia on Saturday night is calling on the police for a speedy investigation into her husband’s killing.
One woman is now dead and four others are hospitalised after a drunk driver lost control and crashed into the Liliendaal bridge on Saturday night.
Interviews and photos by Oliceia Tinnie and Jonelle Fields This week we asked the man/woman in the street about what they knew about climate change and its effects.
Hundreds of potential homeowners yesterday flocked the Perseverance Housing Scheme, on the East Bank of Demerara, to get a glimpse of affordable housing options available at the Housing Solutions 2017 and Beyond Expo, which was opened by the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA).
Interviews and photos by Jonelle Fields and David PapannahThis week we asked the man/woman in the street for their views on the coalition government’s second anniversary in office.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed yesterday between University of Guyana (UG) Vice Chancellor, Pro-fessor Ivelaw Griffith and Director of MovieTowne Derek Chin for the construction of a solar farm on the Turkeyen Campus.
Jermaine Hermanstyne and Karen Van Sluytman, two organisers of the group that has been calling for the removal of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) President Patrick Yarde and some members of the union’s executive council, say attempts have been made to tarnish their reputations at their workplaces.
Acting Chairman of the Enmore/Hope NDC, Mohammed Dawud yesterday maintained that no decision had been made to sell 15 computers which were controversially seized by the eGovernment Unit on Thursday.
This week, we asked the man/woman in the streets about Community Policing Groups in their communities and whether they would be a part of them.
The police say that a robbery suspect was shot yesterday morning at Bagotville after he resisted arrest but this version has been hotly disputed by residents of the area.
The National School of Music reigned supreme on Sunday when the curtains came down on the annual Pan-O-Rama competition at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall.
By Jonelle Fields A Tuschen Housing Scheme man died after he was stabbed in the neck by a sixteen-year-old on Saturday night following a confrontation over a woman at Eccles.
Last week, a coconut festival was held in Guyana to highlight the potential of the industry.
Andre Dazzell, the Chief Accountant at the Ministry of the Presidency, yesterday testified that 24 memos, dated from August, 2011 to April, 2015 and related to requests for funds amounting to nearly $600M for unknown evaluation exercises, were purportedly signed by former minister Jennifer Westford.
Calypsonian Malcolm ‘Lord Canary’ Corrica, who had also served as a minister of government and parliamentarian under the former PNC administration, died on Monday.
Photos by Jonelle Fields This week we asked the public’s opinion on whether or not workers should post comments about fellow co-workers on Facebook or other social media Jameel Grahame ‘It is my opinion that the principle of freedom of expression is grounded in controversial commentary.
Joyce Lawrence, of Plantation Grove, who was charged in February with trafficking a 16-year-old girl for labour, was yesterday found guilty of the crime and ordered to pay her victim almost $900,000 or face 12 months in jail.