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Code of Conduct for Ministers and Public Office Holders is “Piece of Crap” -Opposition Leader

On Thursday, the Government’s Chief Spokesman, State Minister Joe Harmon said the government’s push to finalize and bring into effect a code of conduct for Ministers and public office holders is being stalled by the failure of the Opposition party, the PPP and civil society bodies to give their feedback on the document. But three hours after […]

Government confident of legality of Minister’s move to suspend parking meter By-laws

Just two days after Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan suspended the bylaws for paid parking in Georgetown on the instructions of Cabinet,  the Government is expressing full confidence in its legal advice and the legality of the Minister’s action. Minister Bulkan’s action came after legal advice was obtained from Attorney General Basil Williams. In the […]

Guyanese national found murdered in Trinidad

(CNC) Police in Trinidad and Tobago are investigating the murder of a Guyanese national who has been living in the twin-island republic for the last 25 years. Sewkumar Dalchand, 52, was found murdered at his home in Macoya Road Extension Wednesday morning. The house was ransacked and his vehicle was missing. His hands and feet were bound. […]

Approval then Suspension of parking meter by-laws shows government has no confidence in City Council -Councillor Ferreira

At least one Councillor on the Georgetown City Council is of the view that the suspension of the parking meter by-laws may be an indication of the government having no confidence in the Georgetown City Council. Councillor Malcolm Ferreira believes the intervention by the government to immediately suspend the controversial metered parking system in Georgetown […]