Region Three woman, 37, among latest COVID fatalities The Ministry of Health (MOH) today said that as of July 25, 2021, three more persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have died. The article Region Three woman, 37, among latest COVID fatalities appeared first on Stabroek News.

Man fatally stabbed at Providence after scuffle with wife Anthony Pakanram called Max died yesterday after he was apparently fatally stabbed in a scuffle with his wife who he had been threatening with a knife. The article Man fatally stabbed at Providence after scuffle with wife appeared first on Stabroek News.

Woman, 83, perishes in Linden fire Norma Semple, 83, of Block 22 Wismar, Linden died in a fire early this morning, the police said. The article Woman, 83, perishes in Linden fire appeared first on Stabroek News.

Kazakh model for oil monies would be recipe for mischief -Khemraj Economist Tarron Khemraj has flayed the government for suggesting it may follow the Kazakh model for the still-to-be-created Natural Resource Fund (NRF) and he lamented the continued absence of oil production data in official statistical reports. The article Kazakh model for oil monies would be recipe for mischief -Khemraj appeared first on Stabroek News.

Severing of Demerara River cable last year cost $201m – GPL - -new protective measure implemented The Guyana Power and Light (GPL) says that the severing of its marine cable across the Demerara River in November last year cost $201m and it has now introduced a virtual aid to protect its infrastructure. The article Severing of Demerara River cable last year cost $201m – GPL appeared first on Stabroek News.

Teachers, beware! Jamaica’s teachers who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 have been put on guard that they will not receive the same treatment as their inoculated counterparts when schools reopen for face-to-face classes in September. That might include...

PM had no choice – Mahfood Newly elected president of the Jamaica Manufacturers and Exporters Association (JMEA), John Mahfood, said that the Holness administration had no choice but to take immediate action rather than wait for the expiry of the current COVID-19 measures on...

Young team bears weight of medal hopes TOKYO, Japan: With a number of medal magnets missing from Jamaica’s track and field team for the first time since the country’s golden era began in 2008, one of the island’s youngest groups to an Olympic Games will be charged with maintaining the...

PM reveals ‘grave concerns’ over AAJ dealings The scandal over the Airports Authority of Jamaica’s (AAJ) lawbreaking $443-million investment in First Rock Capital Holdings raises issues of “grave concern” about governance, Prime Minister Andrew Holness has admitted. And that’s just his...

Freeport fast-tracks repairs for homeless ZOSO cops The Area One Police High Command says facilities at the Freeport Police Station are being retrofitted to house law enforcers who have been asked to vacate the government facility at Teamwork Retreat Centre in St James, but are yet to find suitable...