Harbour bridge company approved $504,000 jewellery purchase for Patterson Documents from the Demerara Harbour Bridge Company and its Asphalt Plant show that two days before the birthday of former Minister of Public Infrastructure David Patterson in 2017, a total of $504,000 was approved for the purchase of a gold hand band and tie pin for him. The article Harbour bridge company approved $504,000 jewellery purchase for Patterson appeared first on Stabroek News.

Jordan says was unaware of recommendation for probe of gold trading Former Finance Minister Winston Jordan says that he was unaware that the Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) had recommended a high-level probe of gold trading in 2019. The article Jordan says was unaware of recommendation for probe of gold trading appeared first on Stabroek News.

Ministry reports 320 new COVID cases over last six days Fifty-seven new cases of COVID-19 were reported yesterday and the tally over the last six days is 320. The article Ministry reports 320 new COVID cases over last six days appeared first on Stabroek News.

Civil Society Forum launched The Civil Society Forum (CSF), a new coalition of organisations, was formally launched on January 16, 2021 at a meeting held at the Catholic Life Centre. The article Civil Society Forum launched appeared first on Stabroek News.

Smithfield man fatally stabbed by neighbour A Smithfield, New Amsterdam man was yesterday fatally stabbed by a neighbour after they  reportedly fought over alcohol and food. The article Smithfield man fatally stabbed by neighbour appeared first on Stabroek News.

DEADLY PARTY-CRASHER - Driver in Portmore triple tragedy was tipsy, warned to slow down The driver of the ill-fated Toyota Wish motor car that flipped multiple times, killing three persons aboard, had been warned by friends that he was on the verge of drunkenness as the group went on a turbo-charged night of revelry and party-hopping...

Sangster flight grounded after trash-talking family row WESTERN BUREAU: A Canadian cabin crew refused to fly a group of unruly passengers from MBJ’s Sangster International Airport to Pearson International in Toronto on Sunday after they were threatened and called “white trash”. The crew, working the low...

Warning of democracy’s fragility, bishop urges PNP to end infighting Leaders of the People’s National Party (PNP) sought on Sunday to present a united front at a service at the Boulevard Baptist Church where they recommited to the principles and values of the 82-year-old movement. The Rev Dr Howard Gregory, who...

Jamaican music prodigy to honour Kamala Harris WESTERN BUREAU: When The Star-Spangled Banner is belted out on Tuesday at a ceremony in honour of United States Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris, the voice behind the music will be 17-year-old Jamaican multi-instrumentalist Joseph Davis. The...

‘I wanted to become a dread’ - Bald head Hugh Graham talks rags, riches, and mama’s tough love Much like the rough road leading to 51 Whitehall Avenue where Hugh Graham spent his earlier years, life for the business mogul and politician was far from smooth. The tenement yard he called home hosted at least 28 others, but in the zinc and...