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Monday, June 25, 2018

Taxi driver shot by businessman during confrontation

A 50-year-old taxi driver was on Friday morning shot and injured following an altercation between him and an acquaintance in the vicinity of Regent...

Piracy massacre: President proclaims Monday June 25 to be day of national mourning

President David Granger has issued a proclamation outlining Monday June 25, 2018, as a national day of mourning in memory of the victims of...

Berbice farmer who ingested poison after murdering wife said to be stable

The 30-year-old man who brutally stabbed his wife to death before consuming poison on Wednesday evening, is said to be in a stable condition...

Police hunting Berbice man who set house on fire after failing in bid to...

...woman says she is living in fear until he is caught Police are on the hunt for a man from Babu Jaan, Port Mourant, Corentyne...

Security Minister says Force short 7,000 officers as mining sector raises security concerns

...‘F’ division to be reconfigured Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan said the government will be moving to reconfigure ‘F’ division to help improve security...

Anniversary of Lindo Creek massacre: Walk held in memory of lives lost

Scores of persons gathered at the Square of Revolution on Thursday morning as they commenced a walk in memory of those who lost their...

Corentyne farmer brutally stabs wife to death, consumes poison after

A 28-year-old woman was brutally stabbed to death by her reputed husband who later attempted to take his own life at Corentyne, Berbice on...

Businessman robbed by duo, says he hired suspect to trim trees hours before

Hours after reportedly hiring a labourer to do some work in his yard, a businessman is claiming that the man held him at gunpoint...

31 improvised weapons among several prohibited items found in Lusignan Prison raid

Ranks of the Joint Services on Monday last conducted a three-hour search of the Lusignan Prison and unearthed several prohibited items. This is according to...

Retrial for prison escapee accused of attempted murder gets underway

Recaptured prison escapee, Stafrei Alexander, facing retrial for the attempted murder of Curtis Thom that occurred on March 23, 2015, once again, denied the...

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More local goods have to be exported, GCCI Head says in light of high...

Lamenting the continuous increase in the Guyana’s trade deficit, President of the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI), Deodat Indar, is calling on...

Jos Buttler earns ‘best in the world’ tag after immense century

Jos Buttler has been hailed as "the best white-ball wicketkeeper batsman in the world" in the aftermath of England's dramatic victory at Old Trafford. Buttler...

Hike in water rates will add another burden on the populace- FITUG

The Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG) says it was disturbed to learn, from media reports, of the decision to increase water...

UG prepping to play its role in emerging oil and gas sector …as...

The University of Guyana (UG), is moving aggressively to put systems in place to play its role in Guyana's emerging oil and gas sector. During...

Diamond explosion: Apparatus to trap gas in the works as clean-up ongoing- GGMC

Two weeks after an underground gas pocket exploded at a residence in Diamond, East Bank Demerara, the intense cleaning-up exercise is still ongoing, while...

World Cup reporter shouts at man who tried to kiss her on camera

(CNN) A Brazilian sports journalist was praised for her reaction towards a man who tried to kiss her while she was reporting from the...

India face NZ on triple-header opening day at Providence Stadium in Women’s World T20

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Guyanese among 35 foreign nationals held in T&T hotel raid

Police in Trinidad have detained 35 foreign nationals suspected of prostitution during a raid at a hotel and bar in central Trinidad, early yesterday. According...

Opposition seeking answers on Govt’s “unlawful” use of Special Prosecutors- Nandlall

Government's hiring of Special Prosecutors, a move which former Attorney General Anil Nandlall contends is unlawful,  is expected to be placed under the microscope...

EYEWITNESS: Funding…

…for “we own” Half of the PNC supporters live in Georgetown and its environs. And with politics in Guyana dominated by the doling out of...