Police transfers take effect following consultation with Public Security Minister

The Guyana Police Force has announced that following consultations with Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan,  the Commissioner of Police has proceeded with the transfers of Senior Officers of the Police Force which had previously been put on hold. The Police Commissioner just after the new President was sworn into office, announced the transfers but was […]

PPP stands firm in defense of Guyana’s sovereignty -Rohee

Guyana’s main opposition party, the People’s Progressive Party/Civic which up to a few weeks ago formed the government, is making it clear that its position of standing firmly against any aggression from Venezuela has not changed. PPP General Secretary Clement Rohee who once served as Guyana’s Foreign Minister told a Monday morning press conference at […]

Guyana dismisses Venezuela’s illegal decree extending its maritime border

Guyana’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday issued a statement denouncing the Presidential Decree by Venezuela’s Nicolas Muduro in which he is attempting to extend Venezuela’s maritime zone into waters that belong to Guyana. The extension covers an area in Guyana’s Stabroek Block where U.S oil Company – ExxonMobil – announced recently that it has encountered […]

Jamaican national arrested for Manu Durant’s death

A Jamaican national who has been fingered in the death of well-known East Coast resident, Manu Durant, has been arrested and is being questioned by the police. The man was arrested over the weekend in the bordering region of Eteringbang in the Essequibo region. It is believed that he was attempting to cross over into […]

North Sophia man gunned down in Sunday night execution killing

Police investigators rushed to the North Sophia area just before 10 o’ clock on Sunday night following a  shooting that left one man dead and another man injured. The dead man has been identified as Colin Kendall aka “Bow”. He was pronounced dead at the Georgetown Hospital after he was rushed there by friends. Another […]

Passengers left stranded as Guyana puts hold on operations of Venezuelan flag carrier

Over 40 Venezuelan passengers have been left stranded in Guyana following a decision by the Guyana government not to allow Venezuelan state-owned airline, Conviasa Airlines to land in the country over the non-payment of its bond. But the decision of the Guyana government may also be linked to the recent decree issued by the Venezuelan President, claiming […]