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Eoin Morgan, Jason Holder warn ‘bubble to bubble’ cricket isn’t sustainable

Eoin Morgan and Jason Holder have warned that it is "untenable" to expect players to continue to spend extended periods in lockdown as part...

Exxon clarifies Trump phone call: ‘It never happened’

(BBC) Oil giant Exxon has clarified a fundraising comment by Donald Trump that he could raise more money than rival Joe Biden. The US president...

DeSinco fire was electrical – Fire Chief

The Guyana Fire Service (GPS) has confirmed that the fire which ripped through the DeSinco Trading Limited building on Sheriff Street, Georgetown, last month...

Quick response by Fire Service averts major fire at Midtown Hotel

The quick response of the Guyana Fire Service (GFS) averted a potentially catastrophic situation at the Midtown Hotel Restaurant & Bar located at 176...

Potential oil spill threatens Caribbean Sea

The FSO Nabarima oil tanker with 1.3 million barrels of crude oil is sinking in the Gulf of Paria between Venezuela and Trinidad, and...

Govt allocating millions for unpaid municipality salaries

The Central Government will allocate $2 million to each municipality to ensure that town council staff, who have not been paid for months, receive...

Guyana to access COVID-19 vaccine through COVAX

The Government has already set in motion plans to access a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. Minister of Health, Dr. Frank Anthony says Guyana...

Brigadier Gary Beaton to head new Sea and River Defence Board

The Sea and River Defence Board has been constituted and gazetted for a period of one year, with Brigadier Gary Beaton at the helm...

Nandlall says “vindicated” by DPP’s withdrawal of “law books” charge

Attorney General (AG) and Minister of Legal Affairs, Anil Nandlall says he feels “vindicated” by the decision of the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP)...

31 new Covid cases; 12 in ICU

Guyana has recorded 31 new cases of Covid-19, bringing the total confirmed cases to 3,765 as of October 19, 2020. The total number of deaths...