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Duo arrested in connection with Full Works robbery; gun, ammo found

According to the police, two men who were wanted for questioning in connection with the robbery on Full Works Motor Spares and Auto Sales...

Miner killed during argument

Twenty – five – year old Wresford Williams was pronounced dead at the Port Kaituma Hospital, after he was struck about his body with...

Motion passed for COI into Maritime and Riverain deaths

Leader of A Partnership for National Unity David Granger tabled a motion, calling for a commission of inquiry into maritime and riverain...

Parliamentary Opposition votes down motion to postpone Nat’l Assembly

Prime Minister Samuel Hinds this afternoon moved a motion in the National Assembly seeking to have the sitting adjourn until August 7. However, this motion...

PYO pickets Nat’l Assembly over Amaila Legislation

The Progressive Youth Organisation (PYO) today picketed outside of Parliament, calling on the political opposition to support the legislation linked to the Amaila Falls...

Ramkarran responds to fraud allegations

Former Speaker of the National Assembly and one time stalwart Executive Member of the Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) Ralph Ramkarran says that the fraud...

U.S has not officially requested assistance into visa racket investigations – HPS

No official request has been made by the United States of America for assistance into the investigations of the visa racket, which allegedly involves...

Amaila Project costs more than Gov’t is saying – Financial experts

Financial experts, Chris Ram and Ramon Gaskin has revealed that the controversial Amaila Falls Hydro Project will cost Guyana some $US2.4B over a period...

Missing teenager found dead on Victoria sea wall

By Nickhail Jaundoo Fifteen – year – old Kelly Clarke of Victoria Village, East Coast Demerara was found dead on the Victoria seawalls this morning,...

Candlelight vigil held for dead Linden Protesters

A candlelight vigil was held last evening in observance of the one year anniversary for those protesters who were shot and killed during the...

Recent Articles

Motorcyclist killed in Essequibo accident

A 20-year-old Essequibo Coast man on Saturday night after crashing into a bridge in the vicinity of the Richmond Housing Scheme Nursery School. The young...

President Granger urges fathers to spend time with children

As the world celebrates Father’s Day today, President David Granger is urging men to make time to spend with their children. The following is a...

Regions 1, 2 & 7 record highest levels of fuel smuggling – GEA

Regions One, Two and Seven continue to lead the way in fuel smuggling as the Guyana Energy Agency (GEA) seized over 1057 gallons of...

Donated blood in Guyana guaranteed 100% safe – CMO

  By Rupa SeenaraineThe National Blood Transfusion Service has recorded over 10,000 voluntary blood donors in Guyana through several collection mediums, all of which have...

BREAKING: Ramjattan to be AFC’s PM candidate

Newly elected Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC) party, Khemraj Ramjattan, today won a motion to be selected as the Prime Ministerial candidate...

Ramjattan elected AFC leader unopposed; Trotman is now Chairman 

Public Security Minister and incumbent Alliance For Change (AFC) Chairman, Khemraj Ramjattan, was earlier today elected unopposed as leader of his party, riding on...

Coalition govt brought sugar to its knees – Jagdeo

Addressing a commemoration ceremony for the Enmore Martyrs on Friday, Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo told the gathering that the remembrance of the sacrifices made...

Jaipaul Sharma removed from Finance, now at Public Infrastructure Ministry

Junior Finance Minister Jaipaul Sharma has been removed from that ministry and will now be working under Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson. In a statement...

Guyanese fisherman feared dead after thrown overboard

A Guyanese fisherman is now feared dead after he reportedly was thrown off a fishing vessel in neighbouring Suriname on Thursday. The man has been...

No criminal charges in SOCU’s Demerara Bridge feasibility study probe

The Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) has determined that there is no evidence that a criminal offence was committed in relation to the award...