Teen beaten, stabbed to death at wash bay

Teen beaten, stabbed to death at wash bay

A SIXTEEN-year-old boy was attacked, beaten and stabbed to death on Tuesday by three teenagers at a Wash bay where he was employed at Front Road, West Ruimveldt, Georgetown. Read m

 ‘Big plans for fishing industry’

‘Big plans for fishing industry’

MINISTER of Agriculture Zulfikar Mustapha says his ministry will soon collaborate with a number of stakeholders to expand the fishing industry across the country, as there are &lsq

Families lose millions in valuables following Charlotte St. fire

Families lose millions in valuables following Charlotte St. fire

SEVERAL persons are now homeless after a fire of unknown origin destroyed two houses on Charlotte Street, Georgetown on Monday night. Read more

Alleged murderer of GPHC dispatcher to know fate Thursday

Alleged murderer of GPHC dispatcher to know fate Thursday

STATE prosecutor, Tuanna Hardy, on Tuesday, closed the State’s case in the trial of sixty-year-old Allan Sim, who allegedly killed the mother of his child in 2015. Read more

Greater cooperation urged worldwide as criminals seek to profit from the pandemic

Greater cooperation urged worldwide as criminals seek to profit from the pandemic

With criminal networks looking to profit from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical for governments to work together in line with a landmark UN treaty to combat human trafficking,

UN chief announces major push to transform harmful food systems

UN chief announces major push to transform harmful food systems

The UN chief António Guterres set out a new plan to transform the world’s food systems on Monday - coinciding with the start of World Food Week - which will culminate

Herd immunity, an ‘unethical’ strategy, Tedros warns policymakers

Herd immunity, an ‘unethical’ strategy, Tedros warns policymakers

Using the principle of so-called “herd immunity” to stem the COVID-19 pandemic is “unethical” and “not an option” countries should pursue to def

Bad situations ‘only get worse’ without disaster risk governance, UN chief says on International Day

Bad situations ‘only get worse’ without disaster risk governance, UN chief says on International Day

With nations facing multiple crises simultaneously and a dramatic rise in extreme weather events in recent decades, the UN Secretary-General has called for strengthening disaster r

UN envoy outlines progress towards cooperation in Africa’s Great Lakes Region

UN envoy outlines progress towards cooperation in Africa’s Great Lakes Region

Even as they confront the COVID-19 pandemic, countries in Africa’s Great Lakes Region continue to improve political, security and economic cooperation in line with a 2013 Fra

Shift needed from what weather will be, to ‘what the weather will do’

Shift needed from what weather will be, to ‘what the weather will do’

Extreme weather and climate events have increased in frequency, intensity and severity as a result of climate change, hitting vulnerable communities disproportionately hard, a new

Stand in solidarity with world’s poor, UN chief says in message for International Day

Stand in solidarity with world’s poor, UN chief says in message for International Day

The UN Secretary-General has called for solidarity with all people living in poverty, during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Read more

    Subscribe  Audio Hub IMF: ‘Less severe’ but ‘still deep’ recession predicted

Subscribe Audio Hub IMF: ‘Less severe’ but ‘still deep’ recession predicted

In the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic and its continuing impact, the global economy could see a “somewhat less severe, though still deep” recession through 2020, the I

 ‘Time for global solidarity’ to overcome the pandemic health, social and economic challenges

‘Time for global solidarity’ to overcome the pandemic health, social and economic challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic has not only led to a “dramatic loss” of human life but also constitutes an “unprecedented challenge” to public health, food systems a

 Grenada monitors dengue cases

Grenada monitors dengue cases

Grenada continues to record new dengue fever cases. Read more

Grenadian-Irish lawyer appointed to judicial office against all odds

Grenadian-Irish lawyer appointed to judicial office against all odds

Jason Raeburn Jason Raeburn A 32-year-old solicitor with Grenadian and Irish parents is set to become the youngest-ever deputy master in the High Court in England and Wales. Read m

Health official scolds families as pandemic case #25 confirmed

Health official scolds families as pandemic case #25 confirmed

Almost 3 months after recording its 24th Covid-19 case, Grenada announced its 25th case, a returning national from Canada who breached the mandatory quarantine for people

Death toll now at 106

Death toll now at 106

Guyana on Monday recorded two more COVID-19 deaths taking the overall death toll to 106. Read more

‘Sickening’

‘Sickening’

PRESIDENT, Dr Irfaan Al,i has described the state of affairs at the New Amsterdam Hospital, as documented in a report by a team of experts headed by neurosurgeon, Dr. Amarnauth Duk