Will Corentyne’s coastal and riverine fishermen ever be safe from the scourge of piracy or should they accept it as a permanent occupational hazard?
Magistrate Krishendat Persaud on Tuesday sentenced a man to three years imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to a charge of break and enter and larceny.
A man accused of indecently assaulting a tourist was released on bail when he appeared at the Leonora Magistrate’s Court yesterday.
Magistrate Kim Kyte-John remanded to prison a man who was recently freed of a murder charge when he appeared before her at the Blairmont Magistrate’s Court to answer to the same charge.
Magistrate Fazil Azeez on Monday sentenced a repeat offender to one year imprisonment when he appeared at the Vreed-en-Hoop Magistrate’s Court to answer to a charge of larceny.
Magistrate Krishendat Persaud on Tuesday sentenced a man to one year imprisonment after he admitted to pouncing on a woman and stealing her gold bangle.
Magistrate Krishendat Persaud sentenced a man to one year’s imprisonment after he admitted to being in possession of a utensil used for smoking cocaine.
The Managing Director of NP Home Department and the Company Secretary of Muneshwer’s Limited were yesterday slapped with separate charges of failing to provide VAT invoices and were released on their own recognizance by Magistrate Hazel Octive-Hamilton.
Jim Lampley: Welcome back viewers to what must be the longest delay to a championship bout I can recall.
Two vehicles collided at the junction of Lamaha and Main streets resulting in the death of a pedal cyclist yesterday.
The flare-up over the Value Added Tax (VAT) between the private sector and the GRA subsided somewhat yesterday following a meeting between the two but the Georgetown Chamber also signalled it would seek an urgent audience with the Finance Minister to end the VAT “chaos” and bring relief to consumers.
Dear Editor, The introduction of VAT or Value-Added Tax came like a sudden tsunami upon our nation.
Dear Editor, Mr Trevor Atkinson in his letter captioned “Barama came in at a time when investment was badly needed and has been in the vanguard of sustainable forest management” (06.12.16) sought to justify the deal with and presence of Barama, by also citing the ‘good deeds’ or ‘fringe benefits’ of the company to the local community.
Dear Ms. Chantalle Smith, I read your column in KN (7th January, 2007).
Dear Editor, At the special forum in New Delhi for People of Indian Origin, the Indian government has responded positively to requests made by the Guyanese contingent and other PIOs.
Dear Editor, Wasn’t the site at Chateau Margot where the chimney is located supposed to be an historical site?
Dear Editor, I see with the implementation of VAT, the business community is coming out to say that the GRA was misleading us about 30 percent C-Tax items only.
Dear Editor, The year seems to have started in confusion since this VAT has descended upon us.
Dear Editor, Our government has an-nounced its plan to legalise casino gambling ahead of the much-anticipated 2007 Cricket World Cup.
Dear Editor, The Minister of Agriculture Mr Robert Persaud must ensure that rice farmers on the Essequibo Coast receive their long awaited land titles.
Dear Editor, The Management of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sports Club would like to express its gratitude to Stabroek News for its wonderful coverage of our Christmas 2006 activities in the edition of 2007-01-08.
Dear Editor, The reaction to the SN Editorial on the Dress Code is really interesting in this 21st century Guyanese society.
Dear Editor, I am enclosing a bill from a supermarket to highlight how businessmen are devising ways and means to take advantage of the many misinformed consumers concerning VAT.
Dear Editor, A headmaster whips a 13 year-old child to discipline her and we yell ” stop, in the name of love”.
Rose Hall Town Pepsi squeezed into the Carpen’s Plumbing/Spready’s Bakery under-19 final with a three-run victory over long time rivals, Tucber Park at the Area ‘H’ ground last weekend.