Attorney General (AG) Basil Williams SC says that construction of a local law school is still on the cards and that once the University of Guyana identifies the spot at the Turkeyen Campus where it will be located, work will begin.
The MovieTowne complex at Turkeyen, East Coast Demerara is now set to open next year, according to an advertisement in yesterday’s Sunday Stabroek.
Team Innosys (Innovative Systems) yesterday beat out six other competitors to emerge the winners of this year’s Hackathon, gaining the opportunity to develop their concept into a real database management system for tax collection at the local government level.
President David Granger on Saturday charged the residents of Cuyuni-Mazaruni (Region Seven) to ensure that the voice of every citizen is heard as he launched ‘Radio Bartica’ at the Bartica Learning Centre.
Former Guyana Rice Development Board (GRDB) General Manager Jagnarine Singh and agricultural consultant Madanlall Ramraj have denied a total of 34 charges that have been instituted against them for allegedly keeping fraudulent accounts and fraudulent appropriation of property.
The Private Sector Commission wants a meeting with the Brazilian Ambassador and Minister of Foreign Affairs Carl Greenidge to explain the myriad obstacles Guyanese businesses face accessing the benefits of the Guyana/Brazil Partial Scope trade agreement.
The policeman who allegedly provided the gun which was used in the murder of businessman Godfrey Scipio is still under close arrest as the investigation continues.
Dear Editor, The 41st annual Conference on the Caribbean and Central America wrapped up here Friday with the issue of disaster resilience planning dominating the discussions, against the backdrop of Hurricanes Irma and Maria which struck the Caribbean region within weeks of each other in September, resulting in the almost total devastation of several islands.
The owner of the car that is allegedly linked to the death of school teacher Kescia Branche is set to return to the country soon and is willing to cooperate with the police in clearing his name.
Dear Editor, There was the time in the USA when the primary mode of transportation was by stagecoach.
Dear Editor, For about a hundred and fifty years “draining the swamp” has been a flourishing glowing part of the American political lexicon.
The rehabilitation of the Issano and Karrau to Buckhall roads are major projects being undertaken by the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MPI) in Region Seven.
The Rajiv Gandhi University of Science and Technology on Monday inaugurated its new campus building at Cummings Lodge.
Dear Editor, The Pomeroon was once a food basket; today it is neglected, and farmers have moved away from their lands in search of a better living seeking gold.
(Jamaica Observer) Minister of Justice Delroy Chuck is increasing the pressure on judges to deliver judgments in a timely manner, despite criticisms that he could come across as appearing to interfere with the work of the judiciary.
Dear Editor, The PNCR Canadian Chapter wishes to state renewed support for the position of our Attorney General Basil Williams defending the actions of President David Granger in his lawful constitutional selection of the Gecom chairman Justice Patterson.
(Reuters) – The producers of “Padmavati” – a Bollywood movie based on an epic poem about a Rajput queen, said yesterday they had indefinitely delayed the release of the film, which has been accused of distorting history and has sparked protests.
(Trinidad Guardian) A and V Oil and Gas limited, through its attorneys, says any discrepancies between reported oil production in its Exploration and Production Operations and the actual production receipts at Pointe-a-Pierre is the fault of state-owned Petrotrin.
With the GECOM chairmanship now to be adjudicated by the courts and the likelihood of appeals, it is worthwhile addressing what the controversy has disclosed about the governing coalition, particularly the relationship between the executive/presidency/APNU and the AFC.
MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Tributes poured in yesterday for Malcolm Young, co-founder of the Australian rock band AC/DC, a day after he died at the age 64 after suffering from dementia for several years.
Dear Editor, Darren Bravo has the best Test average abroad of any West Indian cricketer, although admittedly his Test playing record is relatively short.
Dear Editor, We are witnessing a mere trajectory of how our beloved utility company operates.
Team Guyana: Members of the Guyana Defence Force completing a challenge in the Commando Competition in Paraguay.
Two members of the group protesting outside of parliament yesterday afternoon. Against tobacco control bill: A small group of cigarette vendors yesterday staged a protest calling for tobacco control legislation not to be passed.