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La Grange residents benefit from medical outreach

More than 100 residents from the village of La Grange on the West Bank of Demerara received medical treatment as part of an outreach...

‘Parenting Programme’ for juvenile delinquents to be launched

A parenting programme geared at assisting adults to better handle young delinquents will soon be launched, says Director of Youth, Melissa Carmichael. She made the...

Muneshwer’s travel agent charged for alleged embezzlement

A Muneshwer's travel agent found herself before the Court earlier today (Friday) charged with allegedly embezzling funds of the company. Thirty-one-year-old Priya Lall of 20...

Recount date to be announced once details are finalised – GECOM

The Guyana Elections Commission said a date for the commencement of the countrywide recount will be announced once "all the details have been finalised",...

$300M owed by M&CC: Central Govt won’t get involved- Harmon

-As City Council moves to hire new collectors following Cevons, Puran Brothers fallout Minister of State Joseph Harmon said while the Government is concerned about...

UG Trojans edge Rose Hall Jammers …preparing for University Basketball Games in Colombia

In their bid to defend their title at the University Games in Colombia in May 2019, the UG Trojans have started off on a...

We shall not be moved! …Govt refuses to budge in sending Welch on leave...

The A Partnership for National Unity/ Alliance for Change (APNU/AFC) Coalition Government has refused to budge in its position regarding calls being made to...

Fire put out at Camp St. Prison…situation under control

The fire which started this afternoon at the Camp St. Prison has been put out. There are no reports of either inmates or law enforcement...

Brazil’s ‘spiritual healer’ accused of sex abuse

A dozen women have come forward in Brazil to accuse a prominent self-styled spiritual healer of sexually abusing them at his clinic. Joao Teixeira de...

“Your country needs you” – Minister Ally tells Psychology graduates

Psychology graduates of the American University of Peace Studies were implored to use their skills to tackle mental health problems facing our Country. On December...

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Schenectady bans police head holds after controversial arrest of US-based Guyanese

 City police officers are now prohibited from placing their knee on a suspect’s head as a control hold and the department will boost de-escalation...

Trinidad and Tobago opposition calls for election observers

(Caribbean News Global) International election observation and monitoring is an important mechanism for ensuring election integrity, the United National Congress (UNC) asserted in its...

WHO Chief blasts ‘lack of leadership’ and calls for global unity as coronavirus cases...

(CNN) The director-general of the World Health Organization has condemned a "lack of leadership" in fighting the coronavirus pandemic and made an emotional plea...

Basil Williams incites Lowenfield to violate the law – PPP

PRESS STATEMENT BASIL WILLIAMS INCITES LOWENFIELD TO VIOLATE THE LAW It is an established fact that Attorney General Basil Williams has not won a singular case...

Brathwaite’s 65 puts West Indies, 159-3, closer to England’s total in 1st Test

West Indies stayed in control of the first test against England on Friday by reaching lunch on Day 3 at 159-3 to trail by...

Eyewitness: The morning after

…the foot fell The last time there was an expected momentous court decision in this elections outrage that’s been fuelled by the judicial antics of...

Authorities urge persons to wear face masks properly

Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Karen Gordon-Boyle is pleading with Guyanese to wear their face masks properly. "We continue to witness the misuse of the...

Guyanese fear of becoming infected with COVID-19 has decreased – DCMO

A survey conducted by the Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has found that Guyanese fears of...

142 Guyanese return on first repatriation flight from Canada

A total of 142 Guyanese returned home on Thursday via WestJet Airlines – the first repatriation flight for citizens who were stranded in Canada...

COVID-19 screening & testing unit set up at Aranka/Arangoy Landing

Persons living and working on the Aranka/Arangoy Landing, up the Cuyuni River in Region Seven, can now easily access COVID-19 screening and testing at...