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Opposition pillories gov’t over cost of living -Jagdeo says many initiatives have been taken APNU and the AFC have hit back at the government over what they see as the downplaying of a serious rise in the cost of living. The article Opposition pillories gov’t over cost of living appeared first on Stabroek News.

Several factors behind chicken shortage – David Fernandes Managing Director of Bounty Farms Ltd, and poultry industry representative, David Fernandes, has confirmed that there is a shortage of chicken on the market. The article Several factors behind chicken shortage – David Fernandes appeared first on Stabroek News.

Sarah Johanna man dies after shot in thigh at bar Police are on the hunt for a suspect following the killing of a 49-year-old self-employed Sarah Johanna man who died at the Diamond Diagnostic Centre after he was  shot around 3:00 am yesterday in his upper thigh in front of Boat House Sports Bar at Land of Canaan, East Bank Demerara. The article Sarah Johanna man dies after shot in thigh at bar appeared first on Stabroek News.

Cemetery Road will be completed soon -gov’t promises frustrated East, West Ruimveldt residents The Minister of Public Works, Juan Edghill, has assured the residents of East and West Ruimveldt, Georgetown that the still to be completed Cemetery Road Project will be finished by his ministry in time for the re-opening of school. The article Cemetery Road will be completed soon appeared first on Stabroek News.

US Federal Trade Commission probes Hess, other oil company executives over OPEC communication, Bloomberg reports (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is probing executives from major oil firms, including Hess Corp, Occidental and Diamondback Energy  over their communications with OPEC officials, Bloomberg News reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter. The article US Federal Trade Commission probes Hess, other oil company executives over OPEC communication, Bloomberg reports appeared first on Stabroek News.

Deadly air bags Tens of thousands of motor vehicles with a deadly air bag defect are operational in Jamaica largely unknown to authorities and their owners, an investigation by The Sunday Gleaner has revealed. It also revealed that measures crafted by the...

Real estate jitters Four St Andrew homeowners have filed court action seeking to overturn new development rules for Kingston and St Andrew, causing jitters in the local real estate sector. The case stems from the residents’ application for a judicial review of the...

The eco warrior Dr Theresa Rodriguez- Moodie is deeply concerned about the repeated actions of mankind that harm the environment. As the CEO of the Jamaica Environment Trust (JET), she fights daily for the protection of the environment, arguing that without a...

Supreme Court rules unsigned police witness statements inadmissible The Supreme Court has ruled that witness statements recorded by police investigators but not signed by them are inadmissible in court. The ruling provides a partial legal victory for a Trelawny man who was ordered to stand trial for murder. The...

‘MOVING TARGET’ With approximately six weeks before the commencement of the new school term, the Ministry of Education and Youth (MOEY) is facing a Hurricane Beryl damage assessment bill of $2.7 billion. And the estimated amount, arrived at on Thursday, could...