Daily Archives: April 9, 2018

Woman gets 98 years for killing her two children

Woman gets 98 years for killing her two children

High Court Judge, Justice Navindra Singh, on Monday sentenced a 25 year old former mother of two to 98 years behind bars for killing her two children back on March…

Youths pivotal to crime reduction – Min. Ramjattan at CPG youth conference

Youths pivotal to crime reduction – Min. Ramjattan at CPG youth conference

(DPI) Young people from across Regions Three, Four, Five and Six today benefited from a youth conference organised by the Community Policing Group (CPG), held at the Mahaicony Community Ground…

Education Ministry hosts conference on leadership

Education Ministry hosts conference on leadership

The Ministry of Education through the National Center for Educational Resource Development (NCERD) hosted a three days conference for 50 educators at the Duke Lodge. The ultimate goal is to…

Closure of Embankment results in heavy traffic jam on Monday.

Closure of Embankment results in heavy traffic jam on Monday.

Last Friday, two days before the reopening of schools across the country, the the Ministry of Public Infrastructure closed the bridge on the Railway Embankment linking Good Hope and Monrepos…

Exxon Sparks IMF Concern With Weighty Returns in Tiny Guyana

Exxon Sparks IMF Concern With Weighty Returns in Tiny Guyana

(Bloomberg.com) ExxonMobil Corp. got such a “favorable” deal from Guyana, home to the biggest new deepwater oil play, that the tiny South American country should rewrite its tax laws…

Op: Ed- PREPARE TO BOYCOTT, EVEN AS BULKAN PREPARES TO APPROVE PARKING METER BYLAWS

Op: Ed- PREPARE TO BOYCOTT, EVEN AS BULKAN PREPARES TO APPROVE PARKING METER BYLAWS

City Hall debated and voted to approve the parking meter bylaws. Two of the vocal objectors for the parking meter contract – Councilors Duncan and Jaikaran, both AFC members &#8211…

GOV’T’S FLIP-FLOP ON GUYSUCO CONTINUES

GOV’T’S FLIP-FLOP ON GUYSUCO CONTINUES

  The APNU/AFC continues to be ambivalent in its approach to the sugar industry. While in opposition they bemoaned that the sugar industry is a “drain on the treasury…

Gov. massive borrowing a cause for concern- Jagdeo

Gov. massive borrowing a cause for concern- Jagdeo

Leader of the Opposition, Bharrat Jagdeo noted that, the government  intends to borrow close to G$ 220B (GuySuCo’s  bond and Islamic Bank loan), almost the equivalent of Guyana…