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Ministry reports 107 new cases of COVID The Ministry of Health yesterday reported 107 new cases of COVID-19. The article Ministry reports 107 new cases of COVID appeared first on Stabroek News.

Joint Services monitoring East Coast Road In light of the blockages and the fires that were deliberately set on the East Coast Demerara main road today, reports have emanated that persons were also attacked and robbed at the Lusignan and Mon Repos market areas, the police said. The article Joint Services monitoring East Coast Road appeared first on Stabroek News.

President appeals for protesters to leave East Coast road - -says report on Bacchus death to be available on Monday President Irfaan Ali this morning urged protesting East Coast residents to “stick to the facts” and not be misled by social media postings or information that is unverified as he assured that an impartial investigation is continuing into the police shooting to death of Quinton Bacchus earlier this month. The article President appeals for protesters to leave East Coast road appeared first on Stabroek News.

Ramps given reasons for refusal of certificate - -still hoping to resolve situation Failure to provide accurate information in compliance with Guyana’s Local Content legislation was the reason behind Ramps Logistics’ failure to secure certification, a letter sent to the company’s attorney from Director of the Local Content Secretariat (LCS) Martin Pertab stated. The article Ramps given reasons for refusal of certificate appeared first on Stabroek News.

$60,000 National Minimum Wage order gazetted - -to take effect from July 1st Following pressure from trade unions and civil society, the $60,000 National Minimum Wage Order has been signed  by Labour Minister, Joseph Hamilton and gazetted. The article $60,000 National Minimum Wage order gazetted appeared first on Stabroek News.

TOLL HIKE ON Concessionaires of Highway 2000 have said that they will not defer this year’s rate increases after losing millions of dollars in 2020 at the height of the coronavirus pandemic. Toll Authority of Jamaica CEO Lerone Laing made the disclosure on...

PLATINUM PERFORMANCE The chief public servant Jamaicans depend on to watch over the public purse, Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis, has won the 2021 RG Platinum Award. Monroe Ellis earned the top RJRGLEANER Honour Award for her exemplary leadership in the public...

Mom tells court son not capable of being a gangster The mother of one of the alleged Clansman-One Don gangsters yesterday testified that she was devastated by the news of his arrest and that he is “not capable of being in a gang”. The St Catherine woman described her son, Brian ‘Rooster’ Morris, as...

‘She was everything to me’ Denham Town resident Veron Nelson lost his 17-year-old sister Devonise Nelson to a vicious gun attack on Sunday, breaking a special bond between them, having shared both parents, unlike the rest of their siblings. Devonise, a student and mother...

‘Kingston is not Jamaica’ WESTERN BUREAU: DR ANTHONY Taylor, chairman of the St James Festival Queen Committee, believes that avenues should be opened for a wider pool of venues to host the annual Miss Jamaica Festival Queen finals outside of Kingston to provide a greater...