PNCR leadership battle heats up - -Granger, Lawrence unlikely to contest As the race for the leadership of the PNCR heats up ahead of the party’s December  congress,  current leader and former President, David Granger and current Chairman, Volda Lawrence are mum on contesting, although party insiders say neither will be contesting. The article PNCR leadership battle heats up appeared first on Stabroek News.

Bound and gagged Tuschen amputee found dead - -house ransacked The lifeless body of a Tuschen Housing Scheme, East Bank Essequibo shop owner was yesterday morning discovered bound and gagged and his home ransacked. The article Bound and gagged Tuschen amputee found dead appeared first on Stabroek News.

Gov’t and Digicel have amicably resolved issues – Attorney General - -lawsuits dropped Attorney General Anil Nandlall SC yesterday said that the Guyana Government and Digicel have amicably resolved their issues and lawsuits that had been filed by both have been discontinued. The article Gov’t and Digicel have amicably resolved issues – Attorney General appeared first on Stabroek News.

Another objection lodged over waiver for Exxon’s exploration in Kaieteur Block Three more civil society activists have objected to the EPA’s decision not to require an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for ExxonMobil’s offshore Kaieteur Block drilling programme and they also lambasted the government agency’s waiving of EIAs “for all manner of projects at an unprecedented level”. The article Another objection lodged over waiver for Exxon’s exploration in Kaieteur Block appeared first on Stabroek News.

Boskalis-affiliated company pulls out of contest for new bridge over Demerara - —four Chinese companies remain The local affiliate of the Dutch offshore contractor and maritime services provider – Boskalis Guyana Inc – has pulled out of the race to build the new Demerara Harbour Bridge but has not given government a reason, Minister of Public Works Juan Edghill says. The article Boskalis-affiliated company pulls out of contest for new bridge over Demerara appeared first on Stabroek News.

TRACKER BACKER Chief Justice Bryan Sykes and Justice Minister Delroy Chuck have reaffirmed that there are no legal hurdles to the usage of electronic tracking in monitoring individuals charged with serious crimes who receive bail. Calls for the widescale use of...

Cult saga shames Glengoffe While residents of the Glengoffe hometown of alleged Montego Bay cult leader Kevin O. Smith expressed outrage at the reported death ritual that transpired at his Pathways International church last Sunday, family members say they will stick by him...

Infant schools gear up to reopen Approval has been granted for infants zero to five years to return to face-to-face engagement amid the COVID-19 pandemic which has shuttered most schools since March 2020. The education ministry’s bulletin dated Friday, October 22 is good news for...

Blood rituals a crossover into world of darkness – Pitkin WESTERN BUREAU: Faith Temple Assemblies of God’s Bishop Conrad Pitkin is warning Jamaicans to recognise the signs of Satanism. “Anywhere there is a gathering and there is the shedding of blood – whether it be animal or human – that’s a crossover...

Too little, too late Slow reporting and lack of awareness on the part of communities have been cited as major factors negatively impacting the search for missing children across the island. That is the assessment by Novelette Grant, retired deputy commissioner of...