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Suspects in school teacher murder released

-investigation appears to have stalled

The three suspects, including two police constables who were deemed “persons of interest” in the death of school teacher Kescia Branche have been released from police custody.

Guyana ‘fit to fight’ launderers

-President tells CFATF conference

Warning that the Caribbean is an attractive ‘paradise’ for money-launderers, tax-evaders and assorted transnational criminal cartels, President David Granger yesterday said that Guyana has already laid the foundation to protect itself against financial crimes.

Gov’t scrapping anti-money laundering authority it insisted on

PPP/C MP Anil Nandlall last evening said that the imminent scrapping of the Anti-Money Laundering Authority is not only a major embarrassment for government but also confirms that the current parliamentary opposition was correct when it argued that the creation of the agency was unnecessary.

Blairmont Blazers U13 to play GFSCA dream team in feature match

In an effort to recognise and honour the outstanding players that participated in the recent Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) Well Teen, Nauth Motor Spares, Trophy Stall and Tropical Springs nationwide U13 cricket tournament, a feature game will be played on Saturday at the Demerara Cricket Club ground from 2pm between Blairmont Blazers and the GFSCA All Star Team.

City bracing for workers strike today

The Mayor and City Councillors (M&CC) are bracing for an anticipated strike by city workers beginning today, over unpaid wages that are due to 22 percent of the work force.

Red Force, Jaguars clash headlines fourth round

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – The top-of-the-table clash between Guyana Jaguars and hosts Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, will highlight the fourth round of the Regional Four-Day Championship which bowls off today.

Guyana’s Honorary Consul unpaid volunteers – Greenidge

Guyana’s Honorary Consul globally are not paid a salary or given any tax waivers and do their the work almost voluntarily, making the best of their personal time and resources for which the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is grateful,  Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge says.

Two Dominican Republic women ordered deported

-after nightclub raid

Two Dominican Republic nationals who were picked up during a raid conducted at the Rio nightclub were yesterday brought before Magistrate Fabayo Azore to answer to the charge of overstaying their time in Guyana.

Miller returns to strengthen struggling Scorpions

KINGSTON, Jamaica, CMC – Jamaica Scorpions will be strengthened for their trip to Warner Park in St Kitts to face Leeward Islands Volcanoes, as regular captain and frontline spinner, Nikita Miller has returned to the squad.