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Monday, November 18, 2019

Tony Cozier: A Bajan boy steeped in Caribbean flavours

By Vaneisa Baksh    His voice was an inseparable part of West Indies cricket. And no voice has represented it as admirably and faithfully as...

PPP’s Edghill wants PUC to launch investigation into GPL

In light of the recent spates of blackouts and lengthy scheduled power disruptions plaguing consumers and businesses alike, Peoples Progressive Party (PPP) Member of...

OPINION: EYEWITNESS: False…

…equivalence One of the most insidious (and annoying) behaviour that pops up with great regularity as the political climate heats up is some folks wallowing...

Op-Ed: Trials by Ambush

Below in an opinion piece done by Attorney-at-Law and former Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Mohabir Anil Nandlall, MP: The rule of law...

Guyana headed for dictatorship

  Below is an editorial published in today’s edition of the Jamaica Observer Guyana is a country where democracy has traditionally been weak; indeed, for long...

Co-opetition – A Must For Passing of Anti Money Laundering Law

-        Who is Opposition Parliamentarians Protecting? -        National Focus requires Co-opetition Dr. Peter R. Ramsaroop, MBA Chairman, Vision Guyana  Introduction: Co-opetition is a term we used in the business...

Janus to host Conversations on Citizenship

  - The Janus Cultural Policy Initiative (JCPI) will be hosting Conversations on Citizenship this August 28, 29 and 30 at the Umana Yana,...

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...

Guyanese are not respected by other Caricom countries – iNews Poll

  – A poll conducted by iNews has found that Guyanese are not respected by other Caricom countries. In response to the question, “Do you...

Editor’s Note: iNews rejects Kaieteur News’ accusations

iNews Guyana (www.inewsguyana.com) has observed an article in Thursday’s edition of the Kaieteur News (February 27) under the headline: “Car accident involving Finance Minister…Inewsguyana...

Recent Articles

Headless body of Brazilian found in Lethem

The headless body of a Brazilian man was discovered in Lethem, Region Nine (Upper Takatu-Essequibo) on this morning (Sunday, November 17, 2019) and police...

PPP to launch full elections manifesto in January

The People’s Progressive Party will be formally launching its manifesto for the next year’s March 2 General and Regional Elections sometime in January. This was...

“We cannot allow ourselves to fall victim to corruption” – UG valedictorian

…history created as 2 valedictorians attain perfect score …as 1985 students graduate Nineteen hundred and eighty-five (1985) students on Saturday graduated from the University of Guyana...

“We feel neglected” – retrenched sugar workers

…disheartened after “outsiders” granted 100 acres of land …and none to them as promised Closing the estates was one of the most tragic news for workers...

Fmr acting CJ Ian Chang dies

Former acting Chief Justice, Ian Chang, died this evening (Saturday, November 16, 2019) after a losing a battle with cancer. At the time of his...

Armed bandits rob employees of city business

A group of employees attached to a paint establishment located on Water Street, Georgetown, were robbed by three armed bandits this morning (Saturday, November...

GECOM dismisses over 13,000 unsubstantiated objections in Region 5

The Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) has rejected objections to a total of over 13,000 names being on the voters’ list in Region Five and...

THAG resounded calls for ban on wildlife trade

Officials of the Tourism and Hospitality Association of Guyana (THAG) are continuing to press for the trade and commercial use of wildlife to be...

Berbice woman busted with 5lbs ganja

Ranks on duty at the Berbice River Bridge Police Checkpoint this morning (Saturday, November 16, 2019) arrested a 48-year-old woman after she was found...

Over 600 murders recorded in Guyana from 2015

A whopping 631 murders were recorded in the country between the year 2015 and the November, 2019, the Guyana Police Force (GPF) said. In 2015,...