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Americas · Guyana

Bad weather leaves 200,000 Trinidad households without water

(Trinidad Guardian) The Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is seeking to assure the almost 200,000 people who have been without pipe-borne water due to the inclement weather, that their supply should return soon.The article Bad weather leaves 200,000 Trinidad households without water appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Sixteen charged with riotous behaviour following East Coast unrest

Sixteen men yesterday appeared at the Cove and John Magistrate’s Court charged with riotous behaviour following looting and assaults at Mon Repos and other parts of the East Coast during a protest on Tuesday which disintegrated into chaos and saw the police firing tear gas and rubber bullets.The article Sixteen charged with riotous behaviour following East Coast unrest appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Woman killed, man critically hurt in Mandela Ave accident

A 42-year-old mother of five died, while her friend was critically injured yesterday afternoon after a heavily tinted Mercedes Benz jeep crashed into the motorcycle they were on.The article Woman killed, man critically hurt in Mandela Ave accident appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Stats Bureau signs $219m tablets deal with Digital Technologies

The Bureau of Statistics and the Digital Technologies Group of Companies yesterday sealed  a $219.7m contract for the supply and delivery of 2400 Computer Tablets and accessories to be used for field data collection during Guyana’s 2022 Population and Housing Census.The article Stats Bureau signs $219m tablets deal with Digital Technologies appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Cops criticised after injuring civilians during bid to quell protest

One day after a protest over the police killing of Quindon Bacchus became violent, the police continued to face criticism over their handling of the fallout, which saw civilians being injured as law enforcers tried to clear the East Coast public road.The article Cops criticised after injuring civilians during bid to quell protest appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Two more succumb to COVID

The Ministry of Health yesterday reported that two more persons have died from COVID-19.The article Two more succumb to COVID appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Two who admitted to killing Professor Mars sentenced to 10 years

Two of the four accused in the murder of Professor Pairaudeau ‘Perry’ Mars, were yesterday each sentenced to 10 years imprisonment by Justice Sandil Kissoon.The article Two who admitted to killing Professor Mars sentenced to 10 years appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Supervisory contract signed with RITES for East Coast to East Bank road

Minister of Public Works, Juan Edghill, Minister in the Ministry of Public Works,  Deodat Indar and Indian High Commissioner to Guyana,  Dr.The article Supervisory contract signed with RITES for East Coast to East Bank road appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Sir Shridath’s papers released on the Internet

Caribbean and Commonwealth elder statesman, Sir Shridath Ramphal, has given permission for papers covering 72 years of public life in the Caribbean, the Commonwealth and internationally, to be released on the Internet. The article Sir Shridath’s papers released on the Internet appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Constable, taxi driver on $390,000 bail each over drug possession

A police constable and a taxi driver were on Monday charged with having in their possession a quantity of narcotics for the purpose of trafficking.The article Constable, taxi driver on $390,000 bail each over drug possession appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Bids submitted for reconstruction of North Ruimveldt Secondary

Tenders were opened last Thursday at the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) for the Re-construction of the North Ruimveldt Secondary School for the Ministry of Education.The article Bids submitted for reconstruction of North Ruimveldt Secondary appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story
Americas · Guyana

Carbon credits to go on sale after completion of LCDS 2030 – Jagdeo

Vice President Bharrat Jagdeo has said that while the government is currently reviewing proposals to market Guyana’s carbon credits, those  would only go on sale after the completion of the Low Carbon Development Strategy (LCDS) 2030.The article Carbon credits to go on sale after completion of LCDS 2030 – Jagdeo appeared first on Stabroek News.See the Story

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