Four more perish from COVID The Ministry of Health today said that as of June 13, 2021, four more persons who tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have died. The article Four more perish from COVID appeared first on Stabroek News.

CAL to resume flying between Guyana and Miami From June 16, Caribbean Airlines says it will restart commercial flights between Miami International Airport and CJIA, Timehri, Guyana. The article CAL to resume flying between Guyana and Miami appeared first on Stabroek News.

Three dead after car crashes into fence on Fort Wellington Road Three persons are now dead after the car in which they were heading to Georgetown crashed into the fence of the Gecom Office located along the Fort Wellington Public Road. The article Three dead after car crashes into fence on Fort Wellington Road appeared first on Stabroek News.

`Unimaginable trail of destruction in Middle Mazaruni’ - -Region Seven Chairman Floodwater in the Middle Mazaruni, Region 7  has left “an unimaginable trail of destruction”, Regional Chairman Kenneth Williams said yesterday after spending four days in the district assessing the damage. The article `Unimaginable trail of destruction in Middle Mazaruni’ appeared first on Stabroek News.

Environmental appeals board rules against impact study for Coverden waste facility The Environmental Assessment Board (EAB) has upheld a decision of the EPA that an impact survey study is not required for the proposed oil and gas waste treatment facility at Coverden, East Bank Demerara. The article Environmental appeals board rules against impact study for Coverden waste facility appeared first on Stabroek News.

DOG BITE TEST Justice Minister Delroy Chuck has urged the St Ann police to prosecute the owners of two pit bulls that mauled a 61-year-old woman after they wandered through an open gate on Saturday afternoon. The case offers the first major opportunity to test...

School hair rebuke The Ministry of Education has launched an investigation into Monday’s shutout of students at Wolmer’s Boys’ School for grooming breaches, delivering a stern rebuke to administrators that pupils should not be barred from sitting exams because of...

Trench Town terror It was only last December that Damoya Hall was a picture of happiness as she celebrated her sweet sixteenth birthday. On Sunday evening, about 6:40, she lay lifeless on the ground with a bullet in her head. Also killed on Third Street in Trench...

‘No more board house’ On December 23, 2020, Omare Brown had the “worst experience of my life” as he lost everything in a fire that consumed his home and those of more than 20 other families at Church Street and Love Lane in downtown Kingston. “The fire didn’t start here...

KSAMC to face grilling over road contracts Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC), Robert Hill, is expected to explain to members of Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) why almost 90 per cent of the 630 contracts the corporation...