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Bill to prevent `abuse’ of electoral system passed - -regions 3, 4, 6 to be divided The Representation of the People Act (RoPA) amendment bill of 2022 was passed in the National Assembly early Tuesday morning despite objections by the opposition APNU+AFC that it needed to be scrutinized by a Special Select Committee. The article Bill to prevent `abuse’ of electoral system passed appeared first on Stabroek News.

No shortage of chicken for holiday season – Mustapha - -price has risen says Bourda dealer In the face of concerns raised by some local farmers about the rising mortality rates among chickens, Minister of Agriculture, Zulfikar Mustapha, and major producer Bounty Farms Limited have assured that there will be no shortage of poultry for the holiday season. The article No shortage of chicken for holiday season – Mustapha appeared first on Stabroek News.

Man charged with murder of 75-year-old aunt The nephew of 75-year-old Audrey Harris yesterday appear-ed in the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court where he was remanded to prison after being charged with murdering the woman. The article Man charged with murder of 75-year-old aunt appeared first on Stabroek News.

GECOM employee testifies she was instructed to use spreadsheet instead of SoPs Assistant Registration Officer of GECOM, Alexandra Sophia Bowman yesterday said she was instructed to use a spreadsheet instead of Statements of Poll (SoPs) during the tabulation of votes cast in District Four for the March 2020 General and Regional Elections. The article GECOM employee testifies she was instructed to use spreadsheet instead of SoPs appeared first on Stabroek News.

Eight years for man who murdered shopkeeper while a juvenile A convict who was a juvenile when he murdered Cuyuni shop owner Bibi Sheniza Khan-Bhola back in 2014, has been sentenced to serve a minimum of eight years behind bars; in addition to being ordered to undergo a host of rehabilitative programmes. The article Eight years for man who murdered shopkeeper while a juvenile appeared first on Stabroek News.

14 COPS ON KILLER RADAR Fourteen policemen are under scrutiny for their involvement in 30 of 129 fatal shootings over the one-year period ending June 2021. But more starkly, the same 14 have been flagged in 112 police-involved deaths between 2010 and June 30, 2021,...

Uncle believes jealousy behind suspected murder-suicide in Westmoreland WESTERN BUREAU: An uncle of 42-year-old dressmaker Alicia Smithson, victim of an apparent murder-suicide in Senior, a community on the Westmoreland-St James border, believes that jealous rage could be behind the tragedy. Police investigators have...

Gov’t not ruling out public-private prison The Government has given its clearest indication that it is not averse to considering a public-private partnership to build a state-of-the-art prison. The disclosure was made on Wednesday by Zavia Mayne, the state minister in the Ministry of...

Huntley factory crippled by neglect A little over a decade and a half after a juice factory was established in Huntley, Manchester, the multimillion-dollar facility lies inoperative, vandalised, and in ruin. Farmers in the area say they have watched with aching hearts as the building...

UWI team explores technology fix for child literacy crisis Experts from The University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, are working to develop software that will support national efforts to increase the literacy rate in young children through individualised learning. The software, dubbed Bright Start, is a...