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Pooran banned for four T20Is for ball-tampering; says it was “an extreme error in...

West Indies batsman Nicholas Pooran has been banned from four T20Is after being found guilty of attempting to change the condition of the ball...

Carnegie offers new courses to cater for oil, tourism sectors

The Carnegie School of Home Economics on Tuesday launched three new programmes, which can help create employment opportunities in the tourism and oil sector. These...

Fisherman dies after falling into canal

A 31-year-old fisherman is now dead after he fell into a canal on Sunday night while he was en route home. Dead is Andy Narine...

$31.4M water ambulance yet to service Baracara

The community of Baracara, East Canje, is yet to benefit from a $31.4 million water ambulance, which was commissioned in August. Reports are that the...

Cuba to increase rice imports from Guyana in 2020

Cuba has committed to purchasing additional tonnes of rice from Guyana in January 2020. This was disclosed by Minister of Business Haimraj Rajkumar during his...

CH&PA warns of housing scams

The Central Housing and Planning Authority is once again advising members of the public that it is the only government department authorised to allocate...

Indigenous storytelling festival set for this weekend

The inaugural ‘Indigenous Storytelling Festival’ is slated for this weekend in the Moruca Sub-District, Region 1. The event will see over two dozen Indigenous communities...

Joint Services member arrested after gold heist at airstrip

A member of the Joint Services has been detained following a gold heist at the Matthew's Ridge Airstrip, Region One (Barima Waini) on Monday. Reports...

Infant dies after falling out hammock

A two-day old baby boy has died, one day after he reportedly fell out of a hammock. Dead is Lance Douglas who lived at a...

Jordan blames ‘regional system’ for slow implementation of projects

Finance Minister Winston Jordan has blamed the regional administrations for failing to ensure infrastructural and other projects are executed in a timely manner within...