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Sunday, March 24, 2019

Op-Ed: Govt must ensure that Guyana receives long term benefits from oil exploitation

Below in an opinion editorial done by Shelly-Ann Mohammed, head of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) Caribbean; The discovery of significant oil and...

Op Ed: Whim Referendum – Total rejection, repudiation of Nagamootoo and AFC

By Dr Leslie Ramsammy  Webster's Dictionary has chosen TOXIC as the 2018 Word of the Year. Local Government Elections (LGE) 2018 dramatically pronounced the AFC...

Op-Ed: It is simply unjustifiable

Below in an opinion piece by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General Mohabir Anil Nandlall: My contention that the seizure of the Berbice...

Op-Ed: Protecting Intellectual Property – Incentivizing Economic Growth, Creativity, and Progress

By United States Ambassador Perry L. Holloway Every year on April 26, we celebrate World Intellectual Property Day to learn about the role that patents,...

Op-Ed: The years lost

Below is an opinion editorial done by Attorney-at-law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General Mohabir Anil Nandlall: Last Thursday, The Court of Appeal of...

Op-Ed: AFC in Government: An Appraisal

Below is an opinion editorial done by Member of Parliament, Attorney-at-Law and former Attorney General, Mohabir Anil Nandlall; A few weeks ago, I wrote on...

OP ED: Did the 2015 change merely mean a passport for expensive, worthless globe...

By Dr Leslie Ramsammy  Floccinaucinihilipilification - long word, indeed, but it is a real word. Just check the dictionary. Admittedly, this word is rarely used...

Op-Ed: “Troubling times for Elections in Guyana”

Below is an opinion piece done by Attorney-at-law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General, Mohabir Anil Nandlall: I observe with mixed emotions, the sentiments...

Op-Ed: A Coalition partner without power

Below is an opinion piece done by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General, Mohabir Anil Nandlall: Prior to the General Elections in 2015,...

Op-Ed: A Pandora box has been wrenched open

Below in an opinion piece by Attorney-at-Law, Member of Parliament and former Attorney General Mohabir Anil Nandlall : The Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) continues...

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Man who assaulted wife allegedly beaten to death

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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...

CCJ fixes case management hearing in challenge of GECOM Chairman’s appointment

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has set a date for a case management hearing in relation to the appeal filed to reverse the...