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Imbert: $900m in backpay paid
Posted: Monday, December 25, 2023

Imbert: $900m in backpay paid before Christmas
... Unions say latest disbursements expected by next month

Focus on the family
PM's Christmas message:

PM: Tolerance needed to curb crime

PM says citizens have much to be thankful for, even as we condemn and confront rising crime

President Kangaloo sends wishes of healing, hope & comfort to the nation

Opposition Leader: Care for the less fortunate

2 weeks after Maduro, Ali agree to peace over Essequibo, UK warship heads to Guyana
The Trent is mainly used for tackling piracy and smuggling, protecting fisheries, counter-terrorism, providing humanitarian aid, and search and rescue operations.

The Royal Navy says it is also designed for border patrols and defence diplomacy.

Met Office warns of 'high concentration' of Saharan dust

New Covid variant JN.1

Griffith on Nat Sec Council's TTPS review:'Unhealthy overreach by government'
National Transformation Alliance political leader and former commissioner of police Gary Griffith says he is not surprised by the instruction by the Prime Minister, as head of the National Security Council, to conduct a review of the regulations governing the police service.

Son's 4-year wait for justice - 'HELP ME FIND DAD'S KILLER'
His father, Joseph Phillip, was shot dead while sitting in a taxi outside the Gulf City Mall in La Romaine in 2019. He was 71.

After entering a San Fernando-bound taxi, a man walked up to him and fired several shots. The taxi driver was getting other passengers when Phillip was shot. The shooter then entered a Nissan Tiida, which drove off.

Cop detained in Courts shooting remains in custody

Charlieville couple beaten, tied up during home invasion
The incident took place at 12:01am on Saturday along John Peter Road.

The victims, a 68-year-old man and a 60-year-old woman, were at their home, asleep, when they were awoken by a loud noise.

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