One accused pleads guilty to Black Bush triple murder One of the accused who was on trial for the 2016 Black Bush triple murder today pleaded guilty and the court heard that he has said that he  ‘shoot them one, one’ – so as to not leave back any evidence or eyewitnesses of their attempts to steal fuel from a farmer. The article One accused pleads guilty to Black Bush triple murder appeared first on Stabroek News.

APNU+AFC MPs facing discipline over bad behaviour - -motion of no-confidence against Speaker to be submitted On the eve of today’s National Assembly sitting where disciplinary action is likely against  APNU+AFC members for raucous behaviour on December 29th , the opposition coalition served notice of a motion of no confidence against Speaker of the National Assembly Manzoor Nadir and another to send 22 members on the government’s side to the Privileges Committee for “unparliamentarily conduct”. The article APNU+AFC MPs facing discipline over bad behaviour appeared first on Stabroek News.

More Wärtsilä engineers here to decipher generator problems - -progress slowed after team members test positive for COVID Still working to pinpoint why newly installed generator sets at the Garden of Eden plant malfunctioned, more Wärtsilä engineers have arrived in the country with the aim of resolving the issue, Guyana Power and Light Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Bharat Dindyal said yesterday. The article More Wärtsilä engineers here to decipher generator problems appeared first on Stabroek News.

Audit report on Exxon’s US$460m pre-contract costs still to be released by gov’t - -opposition seeking answers in Parliament today Despite promises that oil and gas transactions would be transparent and the public would be kept up to date, the audit by UK firm IHS Markit of the US$460M in pre-contract costs claimed by ExxonMobil still has not been released by government and the opposition will today be asking for answers when the National Assembly meets. The article Audit report on Exxon’s US$460m pre-contract costs still to be released by gov’t appeared first on Stabroek News.

Mangroves springing up back at Malgre Tout/Versailles - -following removal for shore base Mangroves have begun to spring up on the Malgre Tout/Versailles, West Demerara foreshore where they were destroyed last year to make way for the TriStar Inc oil and gas shore base facility. The article Mangroves springing up back at Malgre Tout/Versailles appeared first on Stabroek News.

Holland-based Guyanese woman, child stranded in Trinidad over vaccination - -was travelling here to bury father A Holland-based Guyanese woman and her three-year-old daughter have been denied entry into Trinidad and Tobago after immigration officials flagged her for failing to meet the country’s COVID-19 entry requirements. The article Holland-based Guyanese woman, child stranded in Trinidad over vaccination appeared first on Stabroek News.

Nominee to procurement commission named as Managing Director of shore base company Days after he was named as a nominee of the Public Procurement Commission (PPC), financial analyst Joel Bhagwandin was appointed as the Managing Director of an oil and gas shore base company, TriStar Inc. The article Nominee to procurement commission named as Managing Director of shore base company appeared first on Stabroek News.

COVID task force still to decide on sanctions over Futsal final The National COVID-19 Task Force (NCTF) is still to make a decision on the sanctions to impose against the organisers of the Futsal Final on January 8th over severe overcrowding and other breaches of  COVID-19 guidelines and protocols. The article COVID task force still to decide on sanctions over Futsal final appeared first on Stabroek News.

Equipment for digital Covid-19 vaccine cards expected this  quarter The Ministry of Health expects to procure the necessary equipment to print digital COVID-19 vaccination cards in the first quarter of this year, Minister of Health, Dr Frank Anthony disclosed recently. The article Equipment for digital Covid-19 vaccine cards expected this  quarter appeared first on Stabroek News.

Constitution reform committee mapping out work plan – AG - -unimplemented recommendations to be looked at On his weekly Facebook programme ‘Issues in the News,’ Attorney General Anil Nandlall SC said that work aimed at constitutional reform, as well as amendments proposed to the Narcotics Act have already begun. The article Constitution reform committee mapping out work plan – AG appeared first on Stabroek News.