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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

President hails Guyana-UK relationship – at reception to mark 90th birthday of Queen Elizabeth...

President David Granger extended best wishes to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II on her 90th birthday, even as he recommitted to deepening the fertile relations...

Pork-knocker gets 4 months jail for stealing motorcycle

Emmanuel Lorry, 27, of East La Penitence Squatting Area, Georgetown, will spend the next four months in prison after he was found guilty of...

Brazil gang rape: 7 charged in attack on teen last month

(CNN) Brazilian authorities charged seven people in the brutal gang rape of a teenage girl in a Rio de Janeiro slum, state media reported. The...

Some audits reports sent to Police for further investigations – Harmon

BY VAHNU MANICKCHAND In light of mounting calls for Government to take action on the findings emerging from the forensic audits into several State agencies,...

DDL throws support behind Guyana Amazon Warriors for third consecutive year

Demerara Distillers Limited (DDL) has once again thrown its support behind the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) making El-Dorado...

Holder wants consistency from Windies batsmen

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – West Indies captain Jason Holder is concerned by his batting group’s lack of consistency and failure to execute their plans...

Warner wins small victory in battle against extradition

(Trinidad Guardian) In a small legal victory for former FIFA Vice-President Jack Warner, a local judge has refused the United States government permission to...

Police seeking Andrey Gouveia in connection with murder

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) earlier today issued a Wanted Bulletin for Andrey Gouveia for questioning in relation to the murder of Eric Godfrey...

Man dies after altercation with juvenile at Lake Capoey Mission

The Guyana Police Force (GPF) is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Tedd De-Young, who was involved in an altercation with a...

Mayor ignores concerns over city parking meter project – as controversy rages

The Mayor and her team seem to be ignoring an avalanche of concerns regarding the controversial parking meter project, which many believe to be...

Recent Articles

PSC urges respect for CCJ ruling

See below statement from PSC on the CCJ ruling The Private Sector Commission has noted the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice that the...

Opposition wants elections within 2-3 months

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo has rejected the November 2019 timeline put forward by President David Granger for the holding of elections, saying that the...

Diplomatic Community urges respect of CCJ ruling

Members of the diplomatic community in Guyana have urged that the rulings of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) this morning be respected. A joint...

Guyanese engineers trained in subsea robotics

Offshore Innovators Guyana Inc has recruited and trained a team of five Guyanese engineers in Subsea Robotics to support deep-water operations offshore Guyana. The world-class...

President Granger says he accepts CCJ ruling, but still wants House-to-House registration

President David Granger says his government will accept the ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) in relation to the no-confidence motion related...

Windies skipper Holder tries to make sense of defeat to Bangladesh

West Indies looked a spent force as they trudged off the field after a Shakib Al Hasan-inspired Bangladesh exposed their weaknesses at the County...

Trump says ‘millions’ of illegal immigrants to be removed

President Donald Trump said yesterday that U.S. authorities would begin next week removing millions of immigrants who are in the United States illegally, according...

Why are US tourists dying in Dominican Republic?

A New Jersey man has become at least the ninth US tourist to die in the Dominican Republic in a string of deaths...

“Learn to Swim” Programme launched

The National Sports Commission’s July -August “Learn to Swim Programme” will be commencing on the July 8, 2019 and concluding on August 16, 2019. Registration...

CCJ RULINGS: 33 is the majority of 65

The Caribbean Court of Justice has thrown out government's submission that a majority of 65 is 34. President Justice Adrian Saunders noted that a majority...