A new women’s movement on social justice is setting its sight on the protection of LBT women who are perceived to be stigmatized in Guyanese society… Ayana George reports.
President David Granger has initiated a process to have youths housed at the New Opportunity Corps to be reunited with their family. They must not be treated as criminals, the president said. Royden James reports.
An accounts Clerk at the Ministry of Legal Affairs was the first witness to be called to the stand as the trial began on Tuesday into the alleged theft of several law books by former Attorney General Anil Nandlall. More from Javone Vickerie.
The working people’s alliance is urging president Granger to be very careful in his selection of chairman of GECOM since in the party’s view, the opposition seems to be playing politics with this issue. Royden James reports.
A Mahaicony man who reportedly was promised less than 2000 US dollars to ingest almost 600 grams of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking, will spend the next three years behind bars. Javone Vickerie reports.