LIAT to add three additional weekly flights to Guyana market

Regional carrier, LIAT has announced that effective October 30, 2014, the airline will add three additional weekly flights to its schedule between Barbados’ Grantley Adams Airport and Guyana’s Ogle International Airport. The three additional services per week to Ogle in Guyana will be on Monday, Thursday and Saturday, bringing the total number of services to […]

21-year-old stabbed to death during drunken argument

Police investigators are probing the murder of 21-year-old Rafael Danns, of Grant Anna Regina, Lower Pomeroon River. The young man was stabbed to death on Monday night just after 10pm at Grant Malboro, Lower Pomeroon River. According to the initial Police report, Investigations so far have revealed that Rafael Danns and another man were imbibing, […]

Seven questioned, no one charged in Drug Sub find

While seven persons have been questioned in connection with the discovery of a Self-Propelled Semi-Submersible (SPSS) vessel in the Waini River, no one has been charged in connection with the discovery but Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee believes the discovery  will send a strong signal drug to traffickers, both in and out of Guyana, that law enforcement agencies […]

PPP ready to expose skeletons in Moses’ cupboard

The Leader of the Alliance for Change Khemraj Ramjattan and the party’s Chairman Nigel Hughes have both indicated their desire to see AFC Member of Parliament Moses Nagamootoo lead the party into the next National Elections as its Presidential Candidate. But even as the AFC is getting set for the possible early elections and a […]

Housing Ministry claims it has unearthed major house lot scam

The Ministry of Housing and Water on Monday issued a warning to prospective homeowners to safeguard themselves against persons who may be impersonating officials of the Housing Ministry and who may be making house lot promises. In a one page statement, the Ministry reported that it has been able to unearth a major fraud involving […]

CARICOM moves to fill legislative gaps in CSME

(CARICOM) The Caribbean Community (CARICOM) continues its drive to establish a single economic space through the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME). A regional consultation to consider draft model legislation to address legislative gaps common to all Member States opens today, 8 September 2014, in Barbados. The two-day consultation, hosted by the CARICOM Secretariat, aims  […]

Rohee prepared to “Raise Hell” for Free and Fair Elections

General Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party, Clement Rohee on Monday praised the work done by field officers of the party who spent the past few weeks checking the Preliminary List of Electors. He told a Monday morning press briefing that thanks to the work of the PPP field officers, the party has made over […]

APNU believes PPP is afraid of upcoming Polls

With the combined Opposition parties in the National Assembly getting ready to move and pass a no confidence motion against the Government of Guyana, national elections could be called as early as February 2014. The Elections Commission and the political parties are all getting into election mode. The Alliance For Change and A Partnership for […]

Images released of shooter in restaurant waitress murder

The Guyana Police Force on Saturday released images of the suspect in the August 23, 2014 gunning down of restaurant waitress/cashier Debra Blackman. The incident took place at the  Delicious Chinese Restaurant on Durban Street in Georgetown. The images released by the Police show a young man dressed in a grey t-shirt with a red […]