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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

APNU’s James Bond believes “AFC can Achieve nothing on its own”, says it is...

 - A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) Member of Parliament James Anthony Bond says The Alliance for Change (AFC) must be honest with its members...

AFC still ‘relevant as third force’ despite defections to APNU, Internet poll

The small opposition party - Alliance for Change - is still seen as a relevant third political force in Guyana.  That's according to iNews...

PPP, APNU are preparing for elections

 - Opposition Leader David Granger says his party – A Partnership for national unity (APNU) – is not scared at the recent announcement by...

“mo fyah, slow fyah” – Rohee lashes out at Opposition

 - Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee has accused the main opposition political party - A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) - of waging a...

Ramotar has failed to walk in the footsteps of Jagan – AFC

By Kurt Campbell    - The Alliance for Change (AFC) has rejected what it describes as the continued disregard for local democracy, the people of...

AFC hopes Persaud will withdraw resignation

By Kurt Campbell - The Alliance for Change (AFC) has signaled its intent to engage the party’s Executive Member Charrandas Persaud to have him...

More internal troubles for AFC; Another member resigns

By Kurt Campbell - Another executive of the smaller Parliamentary Opposition Party, the Alliance for Change (AFC), has resigned. Attorney - at - law...

Gov’t upset about students protesting

– As protest actions continue across the country in relation to the deplorable state of some schools, government is concerned with students participating...

AFC defectors wanted coalition with APNU for next general elections

– Following the resignation of three key members of the Alliance for Change (AFC), it has been revealed that they wanted the AFC...

PPP says it is kicking into ‘elections mode’

- After much speculations, it has been confirmed that the ruling People's Progressive Party (PPP) is getting set for elections whether local government...

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Dear Editor, In response to the domestic violence crisis, The Caribbean Voice beseeches and implores the Government to urgently organise a stakeholders’ focus group to...

CONCACAF Nations League… 3 challenging battles slated for Guyana

The Guyana Golden Jaguars have a packed schedule for the rest of the year as the team prepare to take on the Gold Cup...

Gunraj wants sanctions against GECOM staff who failed to cooperate with hiring probe

Guyana Elections Commissioner Sase Gunraj believes that penalties should be applied against GECOM employees, who disobeyed orders from the chairman to cooperate with the...

‘The Biggest Party in Sport’: Hero CPL players’ draft on today

Just over three months remain before the commencement of the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2019 Tournament. The Hero CPL players’ draft will take place...

“We want to work with an entity that’s operating the way it should be”...

The British Government is currently awaiting the outcome of the recent probe conducted into allegations of fraud at the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU)...

GECOM’s legal opinion being pushed aside

Discussions on the legal opinion offered by the Guyana Elections Commission’s (GECOM’s) legal officer of the need to update the voters’ list are being...

Prisoners charged for assaulting each other

Two female prisoners were Tuesday charged after they assaulted and wounded each other during an altercation at the East La Penitence Police Station Holding...

Baby found dead in tub

A nine-month-old baby was yesterday found dead in a tub at his D’Edward Village, Berbice home. Dead is Trevor Albert. His lifeless body was discovered...

22 year old arraigned for ‘White Boy’ murder

A 22-year-old labourer of Diamond Housing Scheme, East Bank Demerara was earlier today arraigned, at the Georgetown Magistrates' Court, for the murder of 20-year-old...

$8.4B owed in taxes to City Hall

The Mayor and City Council (M&CC) on Monday revealed that some $8.4 billion, excluding accrued interest, is owed by taxpayers within the perimeter of...