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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Poll: Guyanese will not be surprised if CCJ Rules against Jagdeo

Dear Editor, Respondents in the ongoing North American Caribbean Teachers Association (NACTA) opinion tracking poll being conducted in Guyana say they will not be surprised...

Poll: CCJ Appeal is to prevent Jagdeo from presidency

-  voters question CCJ's impartiality and fairness Dear Editor, Voters feel that the Guyana Government’s appeal (led by the People’s National Congress (PNC)) at the Caribbean...

LETTER: Vishnu Persaud victimized for being a professional

Dear Editor, It is not surprising that Vishnu Persaud is now collateral damage of the APNU managed GECOM resulting in him being side-lined for a...

Letter: State sponsored Human trafficking in Guyana?

Dear Editor, Guyana, and, in particular successive People's Progressive Party / Civic (PPP/C) Administrations, has always had a friendly, open and liberal immigration policy. With...

Letter: Indian Immigration Monument remains incomplete as 2 major milestones passed

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) having made numerous enquiries through meetings and correspondences with the Government of Guyana (GOG) regarding the installation of...

Letter: ‘Practice continues of excluding some ethnicities from the GECOM secretariat’

Dear Editor, It has been brought to my attention from several sources that the People's National Congress (PNC) Commissioners at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM)...

Letter: The Ministry of Public Security needs to treat staff better

Dear Editor, Considering the tragic circumstances currently affecting Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) workers, you would expect prudent and progressive minded leaders of other agencies...

Letter: A sign of desperation

Dear Editor, A front-page comment in the Guyana Times (May 22, 2018) should be a warning to all Guyanese who cherish free speech, that the...

Letter: IAC calls on President Granger to address prison issues

Dear Editor, The Indian Action Committee (IAC) is outraged and deeply disturbed at the photographs published in the local media recording dangerous prisoners at the...

Letter to the Editor: The Court cases lost by the AG are due to...

Dear Editor, Minister of State, Mr. Joseph Harmon has now entered the arena in defence of his colleague, Attorney General, Mr. Basil Williams. The Attorney...

Recent Articles

Prisoner facing rape charge dies from suspected poisoning

A prisoner who was expected to answer at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts for the rape of a 16-year-old student died on Tuesday morning after...

Police Commissioner James receives GPF’s highest award

...Colonel Trevor Earl Bowman of the GDF receives Military Service Medal Commissioner of Police, Leslie James was conferred with the Guyana Police Force’s (GPF) highest...

Police officers charged with assault, wrongful detention

Two Police ranks who allegedly assaulted and wrongfully detained a man who visited a liquor bar, which they jointly own, found themselves before the...

Recent road deaths: Ramjattan urges Police Officers to exercise restraint when imbibing

Following recent reports of two Guyana Police Force members being involved in fatal motor vehicular accidents while under the influence of alcohol, Public Security...

Shermon Lewis replaces Alzarri Joseph in Windies Test Tour of India

Right-arm fast bowler, Shermon Lewis will replace Alzarri Joseph in the 15-man squad for the Test Tour of India which starts Thursday, October 4...

Sammy supports Windies Women in ICC WWT20

Daren Sammy, one of St Lucia’s most prolific international sport stars will join the WINDIES Ambassador Programme to lend his support of the WINDIES...

Schoolboy charged with murder of Annandale pensioner

Timothy Vanmaalson of Buxton, East Coast Demerara (CED), was today (Tuesday), charged with the murder of 72-year-old Krishnachand Dabee of Annandale, ECD, when he...

CPL 2018 takeaways: Associate stars shine bright; Smith and Warner, not quite

Continuity pays off for TKR One of the most amazing things about Trinbago Knight Riders' third CPL title in the space of four seasons is...

Ex sugar workers protest PM’s Region 6 Office for their severance

Ex-workers from Skeldon and Rose Hall estates staged a picketing exercise outside of the Prime Minister’s (PM), Region 6, Office at Port Mourant demanding...

Two remanded for cocaine found in luggage at CJIA

Two women were earlier today (Tuesday), remanded to prison, one for attempting to traffic some 1.638 kilograms of cociane and the other for aiding...