Government invites Opposition Parties to talks

Despite the public statements from the Opposition parties that they do not intend to have any discussions with the Government during the prorogation period, the Office of the President has still dispatched invitations to the Leaders of the AFC and the APNU inviting them for talks. Cabinet Secretary Dr. Luncheon told the media on Wednesday […]

Bandits fall from motorbike and injured during getaway

Two gunmen who were making their escape from a robbery are under police guard at the Georgetown Hospital after they fell off of their speeding motorcycle and were arrested by police.   The two men who are under police guard at the Georgetown Hospital were taken there just after 2 o’ clock on Tuesday afternoon, […]

Home Affairs Ministry urges payment of traffic tickets

The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a call for persons who were issued with traffic tickets to pay up. In a release issued on Tuesday the Ministry said that it has noticed that there are outstanding payments for several traffic tickets that were issued in 2013 and 2014. “From the information gleaned thus far, […]

Visa Matters:: Q&A with US Embassy Consular Office

Several followers of the gomoseley and News Source facebook  pages had sent us various questions about US Visa information. We picked 1o of the questions and forwarded to the US Embassy in Georgetown and received the following responses from the Consular Department of the Embassy. If you have more questions you might want us to […]

Investigation launched into Essequibo ferry mishap

The Transport and Harbours Department (T&HD) is investigating the circumstances which resulted in the passenger and vehicle ferry, the MV SABANTO running aground on to Wakenaam Island during the wee hours of Monday, November 17, 2014. Scores of passengers were trapped on the vessel following the mishap which occurred at around 12:35 on Monday morning […]

King and Robb Street building was firebombed -Eyewitnesses

The Guyana Police Force and the Guyana Fire Service have launched a massive investigation into the early Monday morning fire which gutted a three-story building at the corner of Robb and King Streets in Georgetown. Two children were killed in the blaze. Investigators are following up on reports by eyewitnesses that two men were seen […]

Commander Hicken wants women to dress better to avoid rape

Police Commander of A Division, Clifton Hicken believes women should dress “morally acceptable” to avoid being targets for rape. Mr. Hicken heads the largest police division in Guyana. His comment came on the same day that the Guyana Police Force announced an increase in incidents of rape in the country. At least 50 women have […]

United Kingdom urges reconvening of Parliament

One week after President Donald Ramotar prorogued the Guyana Parliament, the United Kingdom has issued a call, urging the Government to convene the Parliament and allow it to do its work. British High Commissioner to Guyana, Andrew Ayre on Monday told reporters that “the central message is absolutely clear. Parliament should re-sit in Guyana and […]

Guyana records 119 murders, 113 road deaths in 10 months

The Guyana Police Force has released the crime statistics for the first 10 months of the year and the murder rate and road fatality rate continue to climb. According to the Police, at the end of October, the country recorded 119 murders and that represented an increase of 7% for the corresponding period last year. […]