NA man freed of rape charge after complainant opts not to
A New Amsterdam man was acquitted of a 2018 rape charge in the High Court in Berbice yesterday after the virtual complainant, who ...
Two more COVID deaths, 29 new cases
Guyana’s COVID-19 fatalities have increased to 174 as two new deaths have been recorded. The article Two more COVID deaths, 29 new cases ...
Miner gets 30 months for armed robbery at Plantation
Two men were on Monday charged with committing robbery under arms on Christopher Harricharan at Plantation Opposite, Essequibo Coast and one pleaded guilty. ...
Families of detained fishermen plead for their release
— many of them are sole breadwinners of their families GUYANESE fishermen, who were apprehended recently by Venezuelan naval forces in Guyana’s waters, ...
Economy grew by 30.9 per cent in 2020
— Guyana records 74 per cent increase in exports, ECLAC reports THE year 2020 was laden with adversities and undoubtedly arduous, but Guyana ...
Small parties consulted on budget
–welcome inclusive approach to development by Government — Government committed to working with all stakeholders for a better Guyana, says President Ali PRESIDENT, ...
Enhanced police motorcycle patrols in Region Three
IN reducing the police response time to reports from the public, particularly in areas that cannot be easily accessible to four wheel vehicles, ...
French Ambassador condemns Venezuela’s aggression towards
NON-RESIDENT Ambassador of the French Republic to the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Antoine Joly, has indicated that his country will put on record ...
Countrywide assessment to be conducted on SLED projects
FOLLOWING the discovery of what appeared to be instances of ‘fraud’ and ‘criminality’ in the spending of millions by entities in Region 10, ...
Biden administration aims to have enough vaccine for most
The United States aims to acquire an additional 200 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines, President Joe Biden said on Tuesday, enough to inoculate ...
Biden raises election meddling with Putin in first phone
US President Joe Biden has warned Russian leader Vladimir Putin about election meddling in their first call as counterparts, the White House says. ...
After years of delays, CGX finally looks to drill in
Kaieteur News – Following several years of delays on their part, CGX Resources Incorporated, is looking to drill wells in the Corentyne and ...
Guyana still to do independent review of oil and gas
One Year Later… Kaieteur News – In late 2019, the Energy Department had announced that it would be procuring a consultant to conduct ...
Hamilton slated to visit Kaneville residents
-promises to provide youths with skills training MINISTER of Labour, Joseph Hamilton, and a team from the Board of Industrial Training will, this ...
Farmers to be trained to properly handle agro-chemicals
THE Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), through the Pesticide and Toxic Chemicals Control Board (PTCCB), will soon commence training programmes to educate farmers across ...
Man chopped to death after allegedly attacking policeman
Venezuelan Ambassador assured detained Guyanese are
19 new COVID-19 cases recorded in 24h
APNU/AFC to appeal dismissal of 2nd election petition
Henry family, friends picket OP
Opposition willing to support legal challenge against
Public warned about fraudster who launched website to fleece
Cloth masks can protect public against new COVID-19 variants
Linden teacher granted bail for breaching COVID-19 guideline
Wife, hitman on trial for Herstelling block maker’s murder
Venezuela’s request to ICJ for extension of case
APNU+AFC takes aim at DPP Chambers
Time for greater competitiveness in Banking Sector –
Suriname’s President tests positive for virus
Cousins diagnosed with kidney failure seeks assistance
Gov’t consults with small parties on Budget 2021
Two more COVID-19 deaths
Region 10 youth commend ministerial consultation
Venezuela’s Foreign Minister says to pursue early release
Lusignan macassre “was not a mere crime. It was an act of
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