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CANU chase into Buxton triggers unrest - -road blocked, truck set afire after Vigilance man arrested over large stash of ganja A CANU chase into Buxton and the arrest of a Vigilance man with a large quantity of suspected cannabis yesterday triggered resistance from villagers and hours-long unrest on both the main road and embankment as blockades were created and a truck set ablaze. The article CANU chase into Buxton triggers unrest appeared first on Stabroek News.

Sand cost spirals - -home builders paying almost double compared to a year ago The cost of sand has nearly doubled from last year and the blame for the increase is being ‘traded’ between  pit owners and truck drivers, even as the ordinary citizen laments over the pressures felt when purchasing  for construction and other works. The article Sand cost spirals appeared first on Stabroek News.

Letitia Wright conferred with honorary PhD, key to the city Guyana-born British actress, Letitia Wright, popularly known for her role in the Black Panther movie, ‘Wakanda Forever’, was yesterday conferred with a Honorary Doctorate, Honoris Causa, by the University of Guyana (UG). The article Letitia Wright conferred with honorary PhD, key to the city appeared first on Stabroek News.

Contractor remanded over alleged vehicle-ramming death A Berbice contractor was yesterday remanded to prison after he was charged with causing death by dangerous driving following an incident in Canefield, East Canje Berbice, where it is alleged that he rammed his vehicle into a crowd. The article Contractor remanded over alleged vehicle-ramming death appeared first on Stabroek News.

ExxonMobil says has excellent relations with gov’t - -expects to bring third oil platform ahead of schedule ExxonMobil on Tuesday declared a US$56 billion net profit for 2022 as Guyana continues to feature as its premium investment and the company boasted of its excellent relationship with the government here and it expects to bring its third oil platform  earlier than anticipated. The article ExxonMobil says has excellent relations with gov’t appeared first on Stabroek News.

SSL: We could pay debts ‘in full’ Directors of embattled investment firm Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) said that the company was in a position to pay “in full” its debts when it applied for a voluntary wind-up last month, documents obtained by The Gleaner have revealed. On...

New-look police uniform will be blue – Anderson More than a decade after it was recommended as part of a strategic review, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) has confirmed that there will be a uniform change for all police personnel by the end of the financial year. Among the changes will be...

JSPCA files cruelty complaint against US Rusal for starving cows The Jamaica Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA) has filed a police complaint citing 300 counts of neglect against UC Rusal after cattle at the bauxite company’s Manchester farms were found starving. JSPCA Managing Director...

Darling killers ‘well trained’ in firearm use – Bailey The attackers who murdered noted architect Ehon Darling appear to have been “well trained or been exposed to some training in terms of firearms”, Deputy Commissioner of Police Fitz Bailey has said. Bailey’s theory on the 42-year-old’s murder may...

Ticketed cabbies rue luck on first day of new traffic era Maxfield-to-downtown Kingston taxi operator John Hanson cursed his luck as he received his first traffic ticket of the year on Wednesday – the dawn of tougher penalties as the new Road Traffic Act came into effect. Hanson may have to pay $10,000...