Four men were yesterday taken before a city magistrate on a charge that they stole over $2 million in cash and valuables during a violent robbery at the Stabroek Market.
While the police force remains silent on the investigation into the murder of school teacher Kescia Branche, her father said that the family can only remain patient and hopeful that one day justice will prevail and his daughter’s killer/s will be apprehended.
Allan Sim Jr, who is charged with being an accessory to the murder of Georgetown Hospital ambulance dispatcher Melissa Skeete, for which his father is charged, has been committed to stand trial.
Officials from the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) of Region Two and the Anna Regina Town Council are expected to meet today with the Regional Executive Officer (REO) to discuss what some have described as an “ill-advised” decision by him to fill a main drainage channel in front of the Department of Education at Cotton Field.
A young Albouystown mechanic, who police say was seen riding a stolen motorcycle, was yesterday placed on $150,000 bail by a city court after he denied a theft charge.
The National Executive Council (NEC) of the Alliance For Change (AFC) yesterday expressed deep concern for workers in the sugar industry who are likely to be displaced in the ongoing rationalization of GuySuCo.
A vendor was yesterday granted bail after he was charged with chopping his former partner several times on one of her hands.
A Williamsburg, Corentyne man, his pregnant wife and 11-year-old son were left homeless yesterday after a fire completely destroyed their three-bedroom house.
Government has moved one step closer to fulfilling its promise of making government services more readily available to residents of Berbice, according to Minister of State Joseph Harmon.
Despite claims by the Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) that it has now handed over to the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) all the documents requested in its US$500 million Guyana Rice Development Board probe, with the exception of 12 letters, SOCU has argued that this is not the case and that there is more still outstanding.
The trial of Jermaine Savory, who is accused of the 2008 murder of Melissa Payne, who was shot dead on the Agricola Public Road, East Bank Demerara, commenced yesterday morning before Justice James Bovell-Drakes at the High Court in Georgetown.
After being in operation for only seven months, the ExxonMobil-funded Centre for Local Business Development has already registered more than 400 Guyanese businesses in its database, surpassing its end-of-year target of 100 companies.
The Legal Affairs and Security Committee of the Mayor and City Council has completed its report surrounding the allegation of sexual assault on a minor by a city constable, and is expected to present it at the council’s next statutory meeting.
Current Deputy Mayor Lionel Jaikarran has not yet decided whether he will contest the mayoral elections scheduled for next month.
Sunil Dindial, who was accused of the sexual molestation of a six-year-old girl, yesterday walked out of the High Court in Georgetown a free man after being found not guilty by a jury.
The State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) yesterday opened a Law Enforcement Training Series on Assets Recovery and Financial Investigations, which targets more than 70 persons at the Felix Austin Police Training College.
The relatives of a Port Mourant man, who went missing last month, are calling for a body suspected to be his to be exhumed for an autopsy.
The Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) on Thurs-day recommissioned the Mara Water System which had been non-functional for several years, at a cost of some $5M.
A construction worker was yesterday sentenced to three years in jail after he admitted to possession of 21 grammes of cannabis.
Argos Cement, S.A. along with its local partners and distributor National Hardware (Guyana) Ltd on Friday launched its new Soluble Smart Pack Cement – The Bag that becomes Mortar.
On Tuesday, another batch of employees from Sterling Products Limited (SPL) graduated from its literacy programme, which is now in its tenth year.
The AFC National Executive Committee over the weekend endorsed the controversial choice of Justice James Patterson as Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission.
On Thursday, November 16, 2017, Custom Officers of the Guyana Revenue Authority placed the first set of Excise Tax Stamps on imported alcohol at Kings Liquor Outlet, as part of a new anti-smuggling campaign.
Commissioner of the Guyana Elections Commission, Sandra Jones has died. Jones became a member of GECOM in 2012 after the death of Deputy Mayor of Georgetown Robert Williams.
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.