The police are currently compiling a file on the suspected arson that resulted in the gutting of the White Castle Fish Shop on John and Hadfield streets, Werk-en-Rust, Georgetown.
Following reports of plagiarism being discovered in entries for The Guyana Annual, management of the magazine is assuring the public of the integrity of the winners.
A woman charged with swearing to false information was yesterday cleared after a city court found that there was insufficient evidence against her.
PARIS, (Reuters) – French police questioned billionaire Vincent Bollore yesterday over allegations his Groupe Bollore worked on the election campaigns of presidential candidates in two African countries in return for lucrative port contracts.
Citizens desirous of commenting on the new metered parking by-laws will now have until May 8th to do so after the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) extended the time for public comment.
TORONTO, (Reuters) – The man accused of plowing a rental van into pedestrians on a crowded Toronto sidewalk, killing 10 people in Canada’s deadliest mass killing in decades, left a “cryptic message” on social media before his attack, police said yesterday.
WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron pledged yesterday to seek stronger measures to contain Iran but Trump refrained from committing to staying in a 2015 nuclear deal and threatened Tehran with retaliation if it restarted its nuclear program.
A man was granted a total of $120,000 bail on Monday after he denied several charges, including wounding as well as allowing his cow to wander and failing to brand the animal.
GENEVA, (Reuters) – Malaria is spreading rapidly in crisis-hit Venezuela, with more than an estimated 406,000 cases in 2017, up roughly 69 percent from a year before, the largest increase worldwide, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Tuesday.
HAVANA, (Reuters) – A steep drop in U.S. travelers to Cuba after a tightening of travel restrictions by President Donald Trump helped drive a 7 percent slide in foreign visitors to the Caribbean island in the first three months of 2018, Cuban official data showed yesterday.
(Trinidad Express) Teachers will no longer mark the School Based Assessment (SBA) from September unless compensated, says President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) Lynsley Doodhai.
In just a few months, residents on the East Bank Berbice will be able to travel to their destinations with ease, as the $1.2 Billion road rehabilitation project nears completion, the Department of Public Information (DPI) said yesterday.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Mining Minister, Robert Montague, yesterday told Parliament that the Government is lobbying the U.S.
NORRISTOWN, Pa., (Reuters) – Evidence of being a serial rapist finally caught up with Bill Cosby after decades of assaulting women and hiding behind his kindly television persona, prosecutors told a Pennsylvania jury yesterday in closing arguments of his sexual assault trial.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Cricket West Indies chief executive, Johnny Grave, plans to meet with a quartet of exiled players following the Indian Premier League, in an attempt to clear up the uncertainty surrounding their availability.
Following continuing concerns over health dangers from mercury, the Guyana Gold Board’s laboratory at Upper Brickdam will close at the end of business today.
CARACAS, (Reuters) – Venezuela’s hyperinflation has turned the struggling OPEC nation’s once-powerful banks into warehouses of useless cash that are worth a total of only $40 million, according to a Reuters analysis of regulatory data.
MovieTowne Guyana today announced that international restaurant chain Hard Rock Café will be one of its tenants when it opens up at Turkeyen.
(Trinidad Guardian) Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday urged T&T nationals in the United Kingdom to return home and help fight crime by sharing their experiences and expertise.
Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Shalimar Ali-Hack yesterday discontinued the private criminal charges brought by PPP/C MPs against two government ministers since she said that the correct procedure, which included the filing of police reports, was not followed.
Many Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) workers yesterday refused to turn up for work at the agency’s Brickdam headquarters, where the operations of the Guyana Gold Board (GGB) laboratory, which have ignited safety concerns, continued unhindered.
Private criminal charges were yesterday filed against three ministers of government for the channeling of funds into the controversial D’Urban Park in the absence of a procurement process.
A labourer was fatally stabbed during an argument with his uncle yesterday at Bush Lot, Essequibo.
Major business groups in the country yesterday voiced dissatisfaction over the decision by the Government to disallow exporters the right to reclaim the Value-Added Tax (VAT) paid on inputs used to produce goods and services to be exported from Guyana.
Town Clerk Royston King yesterday called on the Georgetown City Council to consider reducing staff at City Hall, which he said is struggling to manage the capital on a “shoestring” budget.