Thursday Apr 10
PM warns against cutting GPL allocations
Prime Minister Samuel Hinds has warned against the cutting of the proposed allocations for the Guyana Power and Light Inc , which he said are necessary for several capital investment projects.
PM's son pulled gun after knife threat
Sonia Herbert, the fiancee of Samuel Hinds Jnr, yesterday testified that both she and him were threatened by her sister, Tenza Lane, who she said armed herself with a kitchen knife and shouted that she would kill them both.
Brumell goes into retirement
The Guyana Police Force yesterday held a farewell parade in honour of Police Commissioner Leroy Brumell, who has retired after 36 years of service and who expressed the wish for a change in the force's image.
Port Kaituma's daily power supply restored
Port Kaituma residents are now once again receiving a daily power supply, following an intervention by Prime Minister Samuel Hinds.
New York Liberty Star
Guyana welcomes Chinese investors
Partnerships are indispensible to spurring Guyana to its fullest economic heights and, as such, President Donald Ramotar on Friday extended a welcoming hand to all Chinese investors.