Guyana records improved performance at CSEC

The Education Ministry has announced that 73% of the students who wrote the CSEC examinations this year have recorded grade 1 to 3 passes in five or more subjects. Education Minister Nicolette Henry announced the results yesterday afternoon and said Guyana’s pass rate is higher than the 64% regional pass rate recorded by the Caribbean […]

House to House Registration is Legal; Court cannot set date for elections -CJ rules

Chief Justice Roxanne George-Wiltshire this afternoon ruled that the ongoing house-to-house registration exercise is not illegal and is not unconstitutional. However, she also indicated that there is no residency requirement for registration. The Chief Justice also ruled that the Court cannot set a date or timeline by which elections should be held. The applicant, Christopher […]

Man busted on 66th Birthday with cocaine in shoes at CJIA

On the same day that he was celebrating his 66th birthday, a U.S national found himself being arrested after being busted with cocaine at the Cheddi Jagan Airport. According to sources, Roderick Andrew Chase was preparing to board a New York-bound Caribbean Airlines flight when he was nabbed with the cocaine in the sole of […]