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Thursday, January 20, 2022

Grandma Washington’s famous rich Guyanese black cake

By LaWanda McAllister What is a Guyanese Christmas without the mouth-watering black cake? While every household may have its own unique way of making this local...

Dylan Efron – Zac Efron’s brother – touring Guyana

Dylan Efron, a US film producer and brother of celebrity Zac Efron, is currently touring Guyana. Dylan is known for a number of things including...

Paula McAdam & Sandra Persaud – Guyana’s first two female air traffic control officers

By: Amar Persaud Paula McAdam, 68, and her colleague Sandra Persaud who is also in her sixties, are the country’s first female air traffic control...

16 Days of Activism against GBV Sexual harassment: A woman’s dress mode is no...

By Jemima Holmes ‘Sweetsing off’ is a practice that has become so common in Guyanese culture that it would be safe to go as far...

Pilots Beverly Drakes, Cheryl Moore & Feriel Ally excelling in aviation

By: Amar Persaud For years, careers in the aviation sector have mostly been considered a man’s job but while this is no longer the case...

“So many women are hurting” – Rev. Alves explains how the church plays an...

By Jemima Holmes Gender Based Violence (GBV) has become too common an occurrence, especially in a society that one would describe as ‘modern’. Almost weekly,...

Number Naught – a village created by a surveyor’s error

By Andrew Carmichael Region Six is the easternmost Region of Guyana and borders Suriname. The region has vast tourism potential from the country’s largest beaches...

Mohamed’s Enterprises supports academic pursuits of Essequibo’s Parmesh Ramgobin

The struggles of one of the top Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) students of Essequibo Coast have not gone unnoticed, as Mohamed’s Enterprises has...

Lake Capoey: Land of the Rising Moon

By Jemima Holmes Guyana’s long history of slavery is often punctuated with revolt and resistance involving African slaves. However, a story that is not quite...

New lawyer aspires to be admitted to the Bar in several Caribbean jurisdictions

“My legal education is not complete; I aspire to become a Judge and to be admitted to the Bar in several Caribbean jurisdictions. As...

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Guyana tops regional CAPE and CSEC 2021 awards

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Major boost to education sector as 843 teachers graduate from CPCE

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Work begins on removing custodial sentences for small amounts of ganja

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23-Y-O man killed in boat accident

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Letter: Sherod Duncan has to learn to walk the line responsibly

Dear Editor, It is not surprising that Opposition Member of Parliament Sherod Duncan found himself before the court for his latest transgression. Host of the “In...

Letter: Disappointed in Georgetown Mayor and his Councillors

Dear Editor, On Saturday 16th January, 2022, President Dr Irfaan Ali took a hands-on approach to eradicate the filth and garbage that had accumulated within...