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Monday, May 25, 2020

What ‘double dipping’! …Teixeira roasts Gov’t over plan to deny pensions to Guyanese living...

Government came in for heavy criticisms today, for its plan to restrict overseas-based Guyanese from accessing a Guyanese pension. Opposition Chief Whip Gail Teixeira, stated...

CA bans three players for cricket betting

Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) players Hayley Jensen and Corinne Hall have been banned for six months each for betting on matches as Cricket Australia continues its crackdown...

Ramdin tweets of exclusion from Test squad

Wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin has indicated he will not be part of West Indies' squad in the upcoming series against India, which begins in Antigua on July...

Cop remanded over illegal ammo possession charge

A Policeman on Tuesday appeared before Magistrate Leron Daly to answer to the charge of illegal possession of ammunition. Jermaine Camel, who resides on the...

Plaisance woman lands in court for providing false info on passport application form

A woman was on Tuesday granted bail after appearing at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts to answer to the charge of knowingly providing false information...

‘The sacrifices were made’ – NGSA top students

They are all elated that they have done so well and for many of them the news has still not soaked in fully. They...

Probe launched into maternal death at Diamond Hospital

A mother of four was pronounced dead at the Diamond Diagnostic Centre (the East Bank Demerara Regional Hospital) on Tuesday after carrying a dead...

PPP launches Accabre College of Political and Social Sciences

By Indrawattie Natram The People’s Progressive Party has launched its Accabre College of Political and Social Sciences in Anna Regina, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) with 50 persons...

Need for an immediate audit of City Hall – Goolsarran

With a decade-long gap of no public presentation of its financial position, the City Council has proven to have no financial accountability, former Auditor...

CARICOM Heads committed to removing obstacles to smooth functioning of CSME – President Granger

President David Granger said that CARICOM heads are committed to removing the obstacles to the smooth functioning of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) and...

Recent Articles

Civil Defence Commission issues Flood Advisory

A flood warning is issued for flood-prone areas over the next few days. According to the Ministry of Agriculture, Hydrometeorological Service, rainfall accumulation is...

West Indies CEO ‘increasingly confident’ England tour will happen

The following was reprinted from ESPNCricinfo West Indies are on the verge of embarking on an unprecedented trip - full of challenges and unknowns, most...

“We seem to be talking to a brick wall” – Nandlall says recommendations to...

Peoples Progressive Party/ Civic (PPP/C) Executive and former Attorney General Anil Nandlall, has once again lamented the slow pace of the national recount, saying...

Local observer concerned about pace of recount, calls for more resources for District Four

The Georgetown Chamber of Commerce Industry (GCCI), an accredited local observer for the 2020 elections, has expressed concerns about the pace of the ongoing...

OPINION: Stanley Ming joining Mingo et alia…with Bingo numbers!

The following is an opinion piece by Nigel Hinds, Chairman, Change Guyana The only question I have for Mr. Stanley Ming is approximately how many...

Chaos at India airports as domestic flights resume

Long queues and chaos greeted passengers at Indian airports as flights resumed two months after they were halted to help stop the spread of...

Former House Speaker says GECOM must declare poll results based on recount

Former Speaker of the National Assembly, Senior Counsel Ralph Ramkarran, has made it clear that the only data the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) can...

Woman killed in ECD accident; driver in custody

A woman is now dead after she was struck by a motor car on the Chateau Margot Public Road, East Coast Demerara (ECD) on...

Shannon Gabriel: ‘I’m just taking my body back into it easy’

Even as Cricket West Indies continues to figure out whether the three-Test series in England - in a bio-secure environment - can take place...

Berbice Chamber says business closures would result in harsh economic implications

The Government cannot support businesses, if they remain closed, hence it must find ways to work along with the Private Sector so that those...