Education Ministry ready to continue talks with GTU, but teachers must return to the classroom -Manickchand insists

Minister of Education Priya Manickchand today said her Ministry is prepared and ready to continue engaging the Guyana Teachers Union in an effort to end the current strike action by teachers, however, she made it clear that teachers must return to the classrooms to allow the negotiations to take place without any duress. In an […]

Election Fraud trial set to begin on July 29

City Magistrate, Leron Daly has announced that the criminal trial in the elections fraud case against former Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield; his former deputy, Roxanne Myers; and a number of other election officers and opposition members, will commence on July 29.  Lowenfield and Myers, along with the former Region Four Returning Officer, Clairmont Mingo; […]

WPA Activist arrest on Cybercrime investigation

The Guyana Police Force announced the arrest of WPA activist and online talk show host, Kadackie Amsterdam on Tuesday. The Police said he was arrested in connection with a cybercrime investigation related to statements made by a caller on his talk show. The Police said he is facing charges of using a computer system to […]

Mocha Arcadia residents raise concerns of discrimination, victimization and fight for ancestral lands with US Congressman

By Svetlana Marshall Residents of Mocha Arcadia and surrounding communities on the East Bank of Demerara did not hold back on voicing their concerns this morning when they met with visiting US Congressman, Johnathan Jackson. Many of them highlighted issues of racial discrimination, victimization, injustice in the housing sector, underdevelopment and inhumane treatment meted to […]

Visiting US Congressman meets with the Opposition

Visiting US Congressman, Jonathan Jackson, met and held talks yesterday with Opposition Leader Aubrey Norton and a team from the Opposition. News Source understands that a number of key issues were raised during the discussions, including the need for more equitable distribution of oil resources and government contracts, the plight facing teachers and other public […]

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