The South Rupununi District Council (SRDC) has said “no concrete steps” have been taken to address the presence of a “dragga” at Parabara Village, South Rupununi, despite “numerous commitments” dating back to December last year.
A Parika pensioner died yesterday morning after he was struck down by a truck on the Parika Public Road.
The Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GTT) was grilled yesterday by the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) on aspects of its e-billing services and a decision by the company to send summary bills instead of the traditional detailed bills.
Shellyann Pompey, who was charged three weeks ago with the possession of 60 pounds of cannabis for trafficking, was freed yesterday after the police opted to withdraw the charge against her.
The charges of unlawful confinement against three employees of the New Building Society (NBS) were dismissed by a city magistrate yesterday after the special prosecutor failed to appear in court.
The trial of the barber accused of murdering an Anna Catherina businesswoman and her two children commenced yesterday with the woman’s father taking the stand and recounting discovering their bodies.
“Children from Albouystown go to West Ruimveldt Primary and this bridge is a great relief for them because, during rainy weather, people used have to hop and skip down the dam.
One week after Hurricane Dorian there have been no reports of missing persons, casualties or deaths among the Guyanese population living in The Bahamas, according to Honorary Consul for Guyana, Jairam Mangra.
Corentyne rice farmers are upset with the Regional Administration and the government for their lack of assistance in ensuring that the rice industry flourishes especially during the harvesting season which recently began and is expected to conclude in late November.
A businessman from East Coast Demerara was yesterday robbed and shot while transacting business in Port Mourant, Corentyne.
The Kildonan Night School has been making strides since its establishment in February 2018, the Department of Public Information (DPI) says.
The Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) will tomorrow transfer its responsibility for the La Parfaite Harmonie Housing Scheme along with the Goed Fortuin regularised squatting area to the Malgre Tout/Meer Zorgen Neighbour-hood Democratic Council (NDC), West Coast of Demerara.
A youth was yesterday sentenced to three years in jail after being found guilty of robbing a couple at the Kingston seawall.
A 20-year-old mason who admitted to stealing a bicycle was yesterday sentenced to six months in jail after he failed to convince the owner to allow him to work for him in order to repay him for the theft.
A simple larceny accused heard that the charge against him was dismissed yesterday after witnesses repeatedly failed to show up for the proceedings.
An armed robbery accused was yesterday freed after a city magistrate found that the prosecution failed to prove its case against him.
A melee between two cousins yesterday afternoon resulted in one person being hospitalised and the other in police custody.
A massive Massy superstore was opened in the MovieTowne compound at Turkeyen, East Coast Demerara yesterday and over 120 persons are employed at the location.
Minister of Citizenship Winston Felix has rejected as “completely false” a report that some Haitian and African migrants, during an August 28th meeting, were promised citizenship for their votes.
Six months after its last visit, the Carter Center has returned to Guyana with a four-member delegation, hoping to gain insight into the country’s current political situation.