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40 new Covid cases recorded from 336 tests

Guyana has recorded 40 new Covid-19 cases, bringing the total confirmed cases to 5,276 as of November 26, 2020. The total number of deaths due...

Prisoner critical after being stabbed at Lusignan Prison

A prisoner is now in a critical condition after he was stabbed to the chest by another inmate during a brawl at the Lusignan...

Cops fire shots after coming under attack whilst arresting suspect at Stabroek Market

Several cops, who were on patrol duty, came under attack at around 18:25hrs on Wednesday whilst they were trying to arrest a suspect at...

Increased police patrols among measures to tackle robbery attacks on Brickdam Secondary students

Advisor to the Minister of Education Mrs. Africo Selman, on Thursday, met with teachers and students of the Brickdam Secondary School to listen to...

‘Adam and Eve’: Naked couple show up for church in Jamaica

(Jamaica Star) A couple who dubbed themselves ‘Adam and Eve’ turned up at the gates of the Linstead Pentecostal Tabernacle Church in St Catherine...

Brazil’s President to visit Guyana in 2021

President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro is slated to visit Guyana next year. This is according to a Joint Statement issued by Guyana and Brazil on...

Guyana, Brazil agree to collaborate in areas of infrastructure, energy, tourism

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT His Excellency Ernesto Araújo, Minister of External Relations of the Federative Republic of Brazil paid a working visit to Guyana. The Minister...

GDF recruit dies during training exercise

The Guyana Defence Force revealed today that a recruit who was undergoing Basic Recruit training, died this morning at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation...

Breaking News: Wales woman found dead in wardrobe

The body of an elderly woman was today found in a wardrobe in her home at Wales, West Bank Demerara (WBD). She has been identified...

PAHO appeals to Caribbean nationals to avoid travel, large gatherings during holidays

(CMC) The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) is appealing to Caribbean and other nationals to avoid travel and large gathering during the holidays. On Wednesday,...