Flood prone East Coast residents can expect relief with US$11M World Bank flood alleviation loan

More than 300,000 persons along the flood prone East Coast Demerara will benefit from reduced flooding and climate risks as a result of a US$11 million loan secured from the World Bank. Last w

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Granger dismisses protesting Linden PNC members as ‘disruptive’

PNC Linden members protesting against Granger David Granger’s dismissive response to party members who staged a picket during a recent meeting in Linden has not gone down well in some section

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Barticians thank Government – Say $10,000 Education grant ‘comes in very handy’

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Glen Lall and Wife face court on tax evasion charges

Kaieteur News owner and publisher, Glen Lall along with his wife Bhena today appeared in court on tax evasion charges. The Lalls appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry and ans

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Guyana gets Ebola ready – 1600 medical personnel to be trained

Government announced on Sunday that it will soon train some 1600 medical personnel to deal with the virus. This is according to Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) Internal Medicine-Infectious Diseas

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Granger escorted by police from Linden meeting after being confront, chased by angry protesters

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New GECOM PRO deletes Facebook posts to hide political bias

Richard Francois deleted several of his Facebook postings Under fire newly appointed Public Relations Officer of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), Richard Francois deleted several of h

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President bemoans opposition’s misuse of one-seat majority, says nothing for show for huge PNC debt

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Granger being undermined, AFC no-confidence motion in limbo - PPP

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GECOM hires APNU activist as PRO

Richard Francois   The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) today rightly expressed its disapproval with the appointment of Richard Francois as Public Relations Officer at the Guyana Elections

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Opposition’s solidarity pledge for tax evader Glen Lall attracts condemnation

(Guyana Chronicle)THE Kaieteur News, in a Page One comment titled, Will you stand by us’, yesterday appealed to the public for solidarity, in the face of what it alleges is a ploy by people in

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APNU resorts to harassment in effort to prevent state media from highlighting poor turnout at election meetings

Over the last few days state media operatives have had to endure harassment and a series of intimidatory acts by activists of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) during attempts to provide

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Nigel Hughes linked to bogus medical school – Education Ministry says protesting students should be apologized to

Alliance For Change (AFC) Chairman, Nigel Hughes is at the center of yet another controversy stemming from his legal practice. This time he's being fingered as the legal representative who chal

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Bai Shan Lin funded all expense trip to China for Sharma Solomon & other APNU councilors

Region Ten Chairman, Sharma Solomon A very reliable source has provided information which indicates Chinese logging company, Bai Shan Lin funded an all expense trip to China for several APNU Re

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President given warm welcome; Updates Diaspora in California on developments in Guyana

President Donald Ramotar is given a warm welcome by Guyanese in California THE Guyana Government’s developmental agenda was detailed by President Donald Ramotar when he met members of the Guyan

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Rohee warns AFC to prepare for political fallout from APNU non-support of its no-confidence motion

Speaking yesterday at his party’s weekly press conference, People’s Progressive Party (PPP) General Secretary, Clement Rohee warned the Alliance For Change (AFC) to prepare itself for a “m

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Questions abound as Kaieteur News faces scrutiny over how it accessed emails

Pressure mounts on Kaieteur News as questions abound on how it obtained the private email correspondence between several state officials. The email exchange in question is alleged to have been b

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GHRA calls for investigation of Mahdia rape but mute on sodomy allegation against Trotman

GHRA head Mike McCormack The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) has urged the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to take control of a recent case where a young woman was allegedly raped

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Injunction against Trotman’s accuser sets dangerous precedent – PPP Chief Whip

By Gail Teixeira, M.P., Chief Whip THE struggle for women’s and children’s rights began in the late 1940s in the then British Guiana. First amongst these rights was the right to have a voice;

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Using APNU’s logic, the PPP crystal ball provided advance warning of AFC’s no-confidence motion

The opposition is once again ascribing god-like powers to the PPP. APNU leader David Granger and his side-kick Amna Ally today accused the PPP/C government of deliberately delaying several devel

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Barticians thank Government – Say $10,000 Education grant ‘comes in very handy’

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Glen Lall and Wife face court on tax evasion charges

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Kaieteur News owner and publisher, Glen Lall along with his wife Bhena today appeared in court on tax evasion charges. The Lalls appeared before Chief Magistrate Priya Sewnarine-Beharry and answered to four charges. The charges are two counts of having ‘knowingly dealt with goods, with intent to defraud the revenue of duties’ and two counts of ‘knowingly concerned in the fraudulent evasion of import duties of Customs’ which they face jointly with remigrant couple Narootandeo and Gharbassi Brijnanan.

 

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Guyana gets Ebola ready – 1600 medical personnel to be trained

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Government announced on Sunday that it will soon train some 1600 medical personnel to deal with the virus. This is according to Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) Internal Medicine-Infectious Diseases Consultant, Dr Johanna Cole. Speaking at a Continued Medical Education (CME) session Sunday morning at the Regency Hotel, Hadfield Street, Dr Cole noted that the Health Ministry has taken on a mass preparedness approach towards the virus.

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PNC/APNU says supporters who chased Granger in Linden organized by PPP

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The PNC/APNU is claiming that some of its supporters and members who heckled and chased party leader David Granger and several other high ranking officials in Linden over the weekend were in fact paid by the PPP. This allegation surfaced on the Facebook page of one of the party’s parliamentarians, James Bond.

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Granger escorted by police from Linden meeting after being confront, chased by angry protesters

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