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Granger warns Security Heads not to be swayed by ‘political directives’ during APNU protests

  – Leader of the Opposition, David Granger is calling on Chief of Staff of the Guyana Defence Force (GDF), Brigadier Mark Phillips and...

Budget 2015 in jeopardy; AFC signals non – support for fiscal plan

  By Kurt Campbell – The Alliance for Change (AFC) made it pellucid today that that it will disapprove any National Budget brought to the...

Foreign Diplomats urge early end to Prorogation; meets with APNU

- Representatives of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) led by the Leader of the Opposition, David Granger today met with diplomats from...

Anil Tape Scandal: Investigations at a standstill

– Despite government announcing that it will seek to authenticate the recording between its Attorney General, Anil Nandall and Journalist, Leonard Gildarie, no...

President confirms Gilgeours as Deputy Clerk of National Assembly

- President Donald Ramotar has formally appointed Hermina Gilgeours as Deputy Clerk of the National Assembly. The President issued the instrument of appointment to...

If discussions with Opposition fail then General Elections will be called – Dr. Luncheon

  By Kurt Campbell –Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon has reiterated that the intention of the President during the current prorogation of...

APNU organizes rally to ‘restore democracy’

  – A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) is calling on all Guyanese to join them on Friday November 14 at 4:30 pm at...

President meets civil society stakeholders on Parliamentary issues,; calls made for dialogue

- The decision by President Donald Ramotar to prorogue the Parliament, was the focus of a meeting convened with civil society stakeholders at...

PPP blasts Speaker over Prorogation comments

– The governing People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has accused Speaker of the National Assembly, Raphael Trotman of being totally unfamiliar with the political...

Proroguing Parliament puts Guyana in “unchartered territory” – Catholic Bishop

– Roman Catholic Bishop, Francis Alleyne has joined the many others in denouncing President Donald Ramotar’s decision to prorogue the 10th Parliament. In a...

Recent Articles

Lethem school teacher dies after allegedly contracting COVID-19 at hospital

The Public Health Ministry earlier today confirmed that Guyana has recorded its 15th COVID-19 related death. The latest person to succumb to the virus has...

5000 acres of rice land threatened as Mahaica sea defence breached

More than 5000 acres of rice land at Mahaica, Region Five (Mahaica-Berbice) are under threat of saltwater intrusion as new breaches in the sea...

Wanted…

… for fraud Well, look what we have here: the CEO of GECOM – responsible for the sanctity of the votes that’ll install a...

Sanctions on Guyana can affect entire Caricom – former AG

…says electoral fraud not matter just for Guyana …as APNU/AFC chalks up huge debt, runs Guyana’s finances into the ground With persons aligned to the coalition...

16 new COVID-19 cases

The Ministry of Public Health has revealed that 16 new COVID-19 cases have been confirmed today. This now brings the total number of COVID-19 cases...

Corentyne woman nabbed with missing baby

Police in Berbice, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne) has arrested a woman after she was found with a baby, who was reported missing since early...

Over 1300 persons repatriated to Guyana – GCAA Chairman

The National Covid-19 Task Force has managed to repatriate over 1,300 Guyanese back to their homeland, after being stranded overseas due to the COVID-19...

Court awards $10M to WCB cash crop farmers

…after Region 5 REO maliciously bulldozed farms in 2018 The High Court has awarded over $10 million relief to three cash crop farmers of Region...

Container trucks, lorries to be restricted during rush hours

The Guyana Police Force on Friday announced that it will start restricting container trucks and lorries along the roadways during peak hours. In a post...

Lowenfield slapped with 3rd private criminal charge

Chief Elections Officer Keith Lowenfield has been slapped with yet another private criminal charge for fraud. Two private criminal charges were filed against Lowenfield for...