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PPP rejects altering of National Flag

PPP rejects altering of National Flag

The People’s Progressive Party said it notes the silence from the APNU+AFC Coalition Government, in the face of public outcry, on the despicable and unconstitutional alteration of Guyana…

Hurricane Maria killed 4,600 in Puerto Rico, 70 times official toll: study

Hurricane Maria killed 4,600 in Puerto Rico, 70 times official toll: study

AFP. Hurricane Maria, which pummeled Puerto Rico in September 2017, is likely responsible for the deaths of more than 4,600 people, some 70 times more than official estimates, US…

Op-Ed: Govt needs to apprehend sugar confusion

Op-Ed: Govt needs to apprehend sugar confusion

The Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU), like many Guyanese and even non-Guyanese, have been following through press reports what seems to be heightening animosities between the GuySuCo…

Amerindian group condemns private school’s action

Amerindian group condemns private school’s action

On Tuesday, several parents once again held a peaceful protest infront of the Mae’s school condemning the actions of the school to disallow a child from wearing his traditional…

Businesswoman robbed in Botanical Garden

Businesswoman robbed in Botanical Garden

Navita Novias, a businesswoman of Grove East Bank Demerara, was on Monday robbed of approximately $2.7 million in cash and valuables by armed bandits around 15:00hrs. The robbery…

Police officers most likely to ask for money or personal belongings from prisoners- study finds

Police officers most likely to ask for money or personal belongings from prisoners- study finds

According to a study done on inmates in Guyana Prisoners and prison system, police officers are most likely to ask for money or personal belonging, on the other hand, immigration…

CCJ urges mediation which settles Guyanese mining dispute

CCJ urges mediation which settles Guyanese mining dispute

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today issued an order settling the matter of Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc. v Haresh Narine Sugrim in a dispute valued at nearly US…

Transparency body say DPP’s actions can be opposed

Transparency body say DPP’s actions can be opposed

Below is the full statement by Transparancy Institute Guyana Charges Against Public Office Holders The charges for misconduct in office against the former Minister of Finance and the former head…

Region Six medical professional undergo mental health training

Region Six medical professional undergo mental health training

Medical Professionals in Berbice, and across Region Six, have begun a six-week training programme to assess and categorise psychiatric patients. The Ministry of Public Health is collaborating with the…

East Coast man gets 3 years behind bars for possessing cannabis

East Coast man gets 3 years behind bars for possessing cannabis

Nickey Nermal age 18 of of lot 3 Melanie Damishana, East Coast Demerara, was arrested and charged with Possession of Narcotics for the Purpose of Trafficking. He appeared before Magistrate…