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Former national footballer, grandson die in highway crash -two injured Former national footballer Carlyle Hunte and his grandson, Malique Roberts died in an accident along the Linden-Soesdyke Highway yesterday afternoon. The article Former national footballer, grandson die in highway crash appeared first on Stabroek News.

Allegations against Brutus being probed by SOCU – Benn Home Affairs Minister Robeson Benn yesterday said that the allegations of financial impropriety made against Deputy Commissioner (ag) of Police, Calvin Brutus is being investigated by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU). The article Allegations against Brutus being probed by SOCU – Benn appeared first on Stabroek News.

USAID will continue to support inclusive economic growth here -says Administrator during visit Deputy Administrator of the US Agency for International Development (USAID), Isobel Coleman, on Thursday wrapped up a two-day visit to Georgetown where she met with senior government officials as well as civil society and business leaders, to discuss ways USAID could continue to support inclusive economic growth, shared prosperity, and good governance. The article USAID will continue to support inclusive economic growth here appeared first on Stabroek News.

Guyana to double legally protected areas -Ali says at Amazonas Summit President Irfaan Ali has committed to doubling Guyana’s legally protected areas within the next 18 months to achieve the nation’s goal of protecting 30 per cent of the land by 2030, as outlined in the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS). The article Guyana to double legally protected areas appeared first on Stabroek News.

GTU proposal envisages 39.5% salary increase for 2024 The Guyana Teachers’ Union (GTU) has tabled a multi-year proposal to the government for discussion and it envisages a 39.5% salary increase for teachers for 2024. The article GTU proposal envisages 39.5% salary increase for 2024 appeared first on Stabroek News.

PAIN AND AGONY In a scathing message, the teenage daughter of murder convict Omar Collymore accused him of robbing the family of their “rock” – her mother – and the “amazing life” that she had, adding that she hoped he was left feeling bitter and would think...

Bitter relief For the past week, Venasia Stewart has endured sleepless nights, deeply troubled that, despite efforts from friends, family, and the authorities, her son – who was known for his helpful nature – could not be found. Despite being distressed, a...

Principals: Slow Beryl repairs could threaten school reopening The Jamaica Association of Principals of Secondary Schools (JAPSS) is urging the Ministry of Education to swiftly repair schools damaged by Hurricane Beryl to ensure that they are ready for reopening in September. A preliminary assessment conducted...

Slippery forecast Farmers in St Mary, one of Jamaica’s largest plantain and banana-producing belts, are forecasting price increases as early as next month, estimating that it will require a minimum of eight months to recover from the near-complete devastation caused...

J’can family gets 12-month reprieve amid Canada deportation threat A Jamaican family who fled the country and is facing deportation from Canada has been given a year to prove integration in the North American country after being granted a 12-month temporary resident permit (TRP). George Lindo, his wife Jillandre,...