A corporal of the Joint Services and another male have been taken into custody following an investigation into the alleged robbery under arms committed on a 43-year-old Chief Prison Officer, Claude Skeete, which occurred about 1 am on Saturday on the Soesdyke Public Road, EBD by four males, one of whom was armed with a knife.
A truck driver was arrested yesterday morning after he was found to be in possession of an unlicensed pistol with ten live rounds.
The Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), Timehri is advising departing passengers that effective from yesterday, the Immigration and Security operations at the airport has been relocated to the former Greeters Hall to facilitate the ongoing airport expansion project.
The police yesterday recovered a quantity of suspected stolen articles from a car which was intercepted on the Soesdyke Public Road at around 1.40 pm.
An Alexander Village vendor was on Wednesday remanded to prison over two counts of armed robbery.
Almost three weeks since a Mahaicony guard was reported missing, family members are still unable to determine his whereabouts.
A corporal of the Joint Services and another male have been taken into custody following an investigation into the alleged robbery under arms committed on a 43-year-old Chief Prison Officer which occurred about 01:00h yesterday on the Soesdyke Public Road, EBD by four males, one of whom was armed with a knife.
Government yesterday released the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) signed by the former Donald Ramotarled PPP/C administration with Canadian miner CGX Resources Inc, the terms of which appear to be almost identical to those of the much maligned 2016 agreement signed by the current administration with ExxonMobil’s local subsidiary and its partners.
Seeking advances on future revenue from ExxonMobil should be under discussion, according to United States-based Guyanese business professor and accountant Floyd Haynes, who says the benefits for a developing nation like ours are incalculable and can outweigh the disadvantages “I think it should be considered.
The Supra International factory, located at Coldingen, East Coast Demerara (ECD), was yesterday afternoon destroyed by a fire of unknown origin, leaving millions of dollars in losses and approximately 50 employees jobless.
The mother of a mentally-ill man, who hanged himself in 2015 while in police custody, has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the Attorney General (AG) Basil Williams and the Police Commissioner Seelall Persaud, claiming negligence.
Renowned Guyanese jurist Dr. Mohamed Shahabuddeen SC, who served as the Attorney General of Guyana as well as a judge on the International Criminal Court, has died.
The Alliance For Change (AFC) yesterday said that it will soon engage governing partner A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) on the possibility of contesting the upcoming Local Government Elections (LGE) as a coalition.
The Caribbean Agricultural Research Development Institute (CARDI) is tying up investment for its planned US-multimillion-dollar agriculture production and processing project at Ebini, in Region Ten, and it hopes the success of the venture will stimulate more interest in the sector.
Hundreds of High School students braved the rains to attend the University of Guyana’s annual Open Day on Friday, at the Turkeyen Campus.
Chief of Pakuri Village Lenox Shuman will be returning to Canada after his three-year term as village leader comes to an end in May.
In 2015, Rodell Hinds had a visual inspection of cervix with acetic acid (VIA) done and cancerous cells were detected and presumably treated through cryotherapy, with follow-up treatment done the following year.
A Guyanese is among five researchers who yesterday received an Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD)-Elsevier Foundation Award for Early-Career Women Scientists in the Developing World.
Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited has distanced itself from the claim that a bank employee was complicit in the recent armed robbery committed on a customer, while stressing that it has an obligation to ensure that all those who utilise its services do so in a safe and secure environment.
Inside knowledge of the settlement of a longstanding debt is suspected to have led to the robbery committed on US-based Guyanese Deodat Ramdeo and his cousin, Deomattie Seeram, from whom over $7 million was stolen during a gun-point hold-up last Thursday.
The Attorney General’s Chambers yesterday sought to distance itself from the recent dismissal of a causing death by dangerous driving charge against attorney Keisha Chase, who was acquitted due to insufficient evidence after key documents in the case disappeared.
After years of work and millions spent, the rehabilitation and expansion of the Brickdam Police Station’s lockup are still not yet completed.
Residents of Subryanville, Georgetown say that they are still waiting to be engaged by the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) over the use of the Farnum Community ground and other issues affecting the residential community.
A man died on Thursday night after the truck he was driving toppled, pinning him along 14 Miles Potaro Road, in Region Seven.
A Bush Lot, Corentyne, Berbice labourer was hospitalised in a serious condition yesterday afternoon after he was struck by a Toyota Fielder Wagon while returning home on his bicycle.