CXC Exams set to begin on July 13

The Caribbean Examinations Council has released the timetables for this years CSEC and CAPE examinations. The CSEC exams will begin on the 13th July with the foreign languages and music. The exams will continue until the 4th of August. Unlike previous years and owing to the current COVID-19 measures, for many of the examinations, CXC […]

No new cases of Coronavirus from 40 new tests

Guyana recorded no new case of the coronavirus from 40 tests completed in the past 24 hours. There are however 71 active cases with 70 recoveries and the number of deaths remains at 12. According to the Director of Primary Health Care, Dr. Ertensia Hamilton, Coronavirus cases have been recorded in seven of Guyana’s ten […]

Five workstations now dedicated to Region 4 recount

The recount of votes has been completed for seven of the ten regions with just Regions 4, 6, and 10 having their votes still being counted. During an afternoon briefing outside the Arthur Chung Convention Centre today, Public Relations Officer for GECOM, Yolanda Ward also revealed that five of the twelve workstations being used for […]

Berbice man to face Court for murder of brother over land

Police investigators in Berbice have arrested a West Coast Berbice man for the murder of his own brother. 44-year-old Shieldstown village resident, Khemlall Bisnauth is accused of stabbing his 45-year-old brother, Saranandand Bisnauth to death over an argument over a plot of land. Moments before the incident, the two men were seen enjoying alcoholic drinks […]