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Thursday, June 20, 2019

Jamaican woman is world’s third oldest person

(Jamaica Observer) Jamaica's oldest citizen, supercentenarian Violet Moss Brown, is approximately eight months younger than the world's oldest person, Susannah Mushatt Jones of the...

“There is a political agenda to witch-hunt me” – Kwame McCoy

Journalist  and former Information Liaison under the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) Administration, Kwame McCoy, is claiming that there are efforts being made to...

Daughter of murdered EBE businessman surrenders to police

Bibi Nazeela Habiboodean, the daughter of the murdered East Bank Essequibo (EBE) businessman Habiboodean, is now in police custody after she turned herself in...

Roysdale Forde is head of new Gaming Authority Board

Government has given its approval to a new Gaming Authority of Guyana which convened its first official meeting on Tuesday. The members of the...

T&T moving to the courts against terrorist fighters

(Trinidad Guardian) Government is about to approach the courts to have a number of T&T nationals designated as terrorists and will also very shortly present...

Bandit shot in face – after licensed firearm holder caught him in store

About 03:30hrs this morning, the owner of  'A and N Electronic Store' on Croal Street, Georgetown, responded to his security alarm system and encountered...

Kwame McCoy to be charged for assaulting Mark Benschop

Kwame McCoy, the former Press and Publicity Officer at the Office of the President under the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Administration, is slated to...

Heavily armed bandits invade home of Berbice businessman – escape with $2.5M in cash...

A Corentyne, Berbice family is left traumatised after a group of heavily armed bandits invaded their home and carted off with some $2.5 million...

Vergenoegen woman charged for alleged Facebook threats against President Granger

Bibi Safora Salim, of Vergenoegen, East Bank Essequibo, appeared in court this afternoon to answer two counts of attempting to incite racial hostility or...

‘Best wishes’ to the 14,500 pupils sitting the NGSA tomorrow

The Minister of Education Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine and Officers of the Ministry of Education would like to extend best wishes to the more than...

Recent Articles

Berbice man allegedly stabbed to death by friend

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a labourer who was reportedly stabbed to death by his friend. The man has been identified...

Wakapao Deaths: Cyanide poisoning suspected as another person dies

Another person has died from a mysterious illness which has affected an entire family of Wakapoa Village, Region Two. Edward Richards, 76, succumbed today. So...

Bar owner jailed 15 years for human trafficking

A bar owner was today sentenced to 15 years in prison for human trafficking, when she appeared before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan at the...

Opposition writes Top Cop, ERC over comments by Jordan, Nagamootoo

Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira has written the Commissioner of Police Leslie James and the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) over comments made by Finance...

‘CCJ or no CCJ’ – Jordan calls for street protests, still wants house-to-house registration

Government has delved further into defiance mode, insisting on house-to-house registration before elections, despite the landmark ruling of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ). Finance...

Kane Williamson’s hundred downs error-prone South Africa

New Zealand 245 for 6 (Williamson 106*, de Grandhomme 60, Morris 3-49) beat South Africa 241 for 6 (Van der Dussen 67, Ferguson 3-59) by four wickets South...

Eyewitness: Judgement Day!!

…for the PNC Old people say, “Moon a run ‘till day ketch am”! And even though the PNC ain’t no moon, a very wise man...

India to overtake China as the world’s most populous country: UN

(CNN) India is set to overtake China as the world's most populous country in less than a decade, according to a new United Nations...

LETTER: Strict timelines should be imposed on replacing Patterson, setting elections date

Dear Editor, The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has finally rendered its long-awaited ruling on the two critical constitutional matters pertaining to Guyana and these...

Prison officer remanded for smuggling ganja into jail

A prison officer who was caught smuggling marijuana into the Camp Street Prison was today remanded, when he made his first court appearance at...