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Travis Mc Dougall charged with dredge owner’s killing

A 24-year-old labourer has been charged with the murder of dredge owner Ashook Ragghu, who was gunned down on Murder Accused: Travis McDougall Vlissengen Road last Monday. Travis McDougall, of East Ruimveldt Housing Scheme, was remanded when... [...]

Police remove abandoned boys from Perseverance home

Ranks from the Suddie Police Station were yesterday forced to remove five young boys from The abandoned boys. their Perseverance, Essequibo Coast, home. According to reports reaching this publication, the boys have for the past few weeks, been... [...]

President Ramotar should personally direct fight against drug trafficking – APNU

Parliament’s largest Opposition, A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is calling on President Donald Ramotar to do more than talk to reduce drug trafficking in Guyana. The semi-submersible vessel which was found last week in Waini, Region... [...]

City Council files legal action against contentious tax waiver for former Strand Cinema

The Mayor and Councillors of the City of Georgetown have filed legal action against the illegal waiver of property rates Minister Local Government and Regional Development Norman Whittaker which amounted to $27 million, for businessman Ganga... [...]

Bai Shan Lin vehicles…GRA defends role in duty free concessions

The Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) has insisted that it only grants duty free concessions if the proper GRA’s boss,Khurshid Sattaur paper-work is in place. The tax agency was responding to reports carried this week in Kaieteur News questioning... [...]

Dem boys seh…De thieves want to see other people assets

Everyday something new coming out. In fact, as one man seh, every new day got surprises. De government had de nerve to tell dem Opposition politician that dem must declare dem assets. That cause such a big laugh that one man choke and had to... [...]

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Is it time to ban the importation of used tyres?

In 2011 when the Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce argued that there was no evidence that used tyres caused road accidents they were on good grounds.  This position was taken in light of the Guyana National Bureau of Standards’ (GNBS) proposal... Continue reading

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