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Monday, October 21, 2019

President should have invited Opposition Leader to Mandela’s funeral – Harmon

– A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) feels insulted that President Donald Ramotar left the country to attend the funeral of Nelson Mandela...

PPP echoes call for City Council’s resignation, supports installation of an IMC

– The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has reiterated calls for the City Council of Georgetown to tender its resignation, making way for the...

President Ramotar departs for Mandela’s funeral

 By Kurt Campbell – President Donald Ramotar has departed Guyana for South Africa to attend the funeral of the late former South African President,...

Ganga Persaud dodges question on Sooba’s qualifications; concerns abound

By Kurt Campbell – Local Government Minister Ganga Persaud has refused to provide any clarifications regarding Carol Sooba’s qualifications following her recent appointment by...

NIS should be controlled by competent directors and not politicians – APNU Leader

– Leader of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) David Granger is urging the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) administration to rethink its social...

GPSU warns of possible mass industrial unrest against 5% wage increase

By Kurt Campbell – President of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) Patrick Yarde says the body is prepared to stand up against...

Gov’t is hell bent on ensuring a health crisis in Georgetown – Cathy Hughes

– Alliance for Change (AFC) Member of Parliament, Cathy Hughes believes that the health of thousands of citizens is at risk as a...

AFC wants $100 million to fund Public Procurement Commission

– The Alliance for Change (AFC) is proposing that government make available approximately $50 - $100 million to finance the work of the...

APNU files motion to reduce toll of Berbice Bridge

– A motion filed by executive member of A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), Joseph Harmon to the Clerk of the National Assembly...

President Ramotar joins rant over TI’s corruption findings, challenges them to release basis

By Kurt Campbell – President Donald Ramotar has come out in full defense of his Government’s efforts to reduce corruption by ensuring transparency after...

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Man found dead in trench with plastic bag wrapped around head

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