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Sunday, March 24, 2019

Lady Jags encamped in Canada – ahead of CONCACAF Olympic Qualifiers in February

Ahead of the much anticipated CONCACAF Olympic Qualifier Tournament set for February in Texas, Guyana’s national women’s team better known as the Lady Jags...

Govt respects independence of media – President Granger

President David Granger, has pledged monetary support from the Government to the Guyana Press Association (GPA) to aid training programmes and workshops, which will build capacity...

UG’s Medical School to be reaccredited by midyear – Dr Norton

The University of Guyana’s Medical School is expected to be re-accredited by June this year as corrective measures were taken to rectify the issues...

Hanoman, Bhim contracts renewed as GuySuCo heads

The contracts for Errol Hanoman and Paul Bhim, who were retained by the APNU+AFC administration in June 2015 to sit on the corporation’s Interim...

Over 190kg cocaine intercepted at CJIA in 2015

Security forces managed to intercept over 190Kg cocaine at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) during 2015. During the Ministry of Public Infrastructure’s end-of-year press...

LGE nominations Day is January 26!

Nomination Day for the upcoming local government polls is January 26. Those who will be participating at Local Government Elections (LGE) are required to present...

UPDATE: Berbice woman dies in fire set by fleeing bandits

The Guyana Police Force has confirmed that an intensive probe has been launched into the shocking death of a West Coast Berbice woman who was reportedly...

Berbice woman dies in fire set by fleeing bandits

The Guyana Police Force has launched an intensive probe into the shocking death of a West Coast Berbice woman who was reportedly burnt alive...

Crabwood Creek man dies from stab wound to neck

The Guyana Police Force is currently investigating the murder of Asif Hafeez, 24, of Crabwood Creek, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne). The incident reportedly occurred...

Mon Repos man stabbed to death by knife-wielding cousin

A 34-year-old carpenter who hails from Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara has reportedly been fatally stabbed on New Year's day by his knife-wielding cousin. The incident occurred...

Recent Articles

21-year-old miner stabbed to death during row over hammock

A 21-year-old miner who was stabbed during a row over a hammock at 111 Miles Mahdia, Region Eight on Tuesday last succumbed to his...

Man who assaulted wife allegedly beaten to death

Two men were apprehended in Bartica, Region Seven for their alleged involvement in the beating to death of a 32-year-old fruit vendor at Tuschen...

Several others arrested for illegal shotgun, cartridges found at Kupang Backdam

The 38-year-old chef who has been arrested by the police following the discovery of an unlicensed shotgun and live cartridges at a mining camp...

9-hour power outages expected this week

…as GPL conducts line maintenance Several communities in Georgetown and sections of the coast are bracing for at least nine hours of power outage during...

Oil and gas sector: Govt to handle sale of Guyana’s portion of crude...

…separate from ExxonMobil With first oil just around the corner, Guyana appears to be poised to market and sell its own portion of crude oil,...

Kitty man jailed for ganja possession

A Kitty, Georgetown man who admitted that he had a quantity of marijuana in his possession was on Friday jailed for three years and...

3 senior staff fired over Uitvlugt estate “flying knives” incident

The probe into the ‘knife-shredder’ incident at the Uitvlugt Sugar Estate’s has concluded and three senior staff, including one engineer, were fired. This was...

No ‘business as usual’ once Parliament reconvenes – MP

...as calls mount for removal of dual citizens from National Assembly If Parliament is reconvened by Government, it cannot be business as usual for...

Court of Appeal erred with 34 majority reasoning – Ram

Attorney and social commentator, Christopher Ram, has signalled his intention to the Court of Appeal’s recent rulings, saying that the court was “wrong” in...

PSC urges GECOM to continue election preparations

In light of the Appeal Court’s decision that 34 votes were needed to validly pass the no-confidence motion, the Private Sector Commission (PSC) is...