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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

World Cup: Uruguay striker Luis Suarez banned for four months

  - Luis Suarez will have plenty of time to ponder his tendency to bite opposition players after the Uruguayan striker was banned for...

‘Lady Jags’ Olympics journey comes to a screeching halt

The Lady Jags’ journey to the Olympics came to a screeching halt on Tuesday evening after Trinidad and Tobago emerged with a 5-1 win...

Guyana’s Priyanna Ramdhani awarded badminton scholarship in Canada

Priyanna Ramdhani, arguably Guyana’s best female badminton player currently, has achieved every student-athlete’s dream: the opportunity to play and study simultaneously through a scholarship. The...

CWI offering players ‘US$25,000 to tour Pakistan’

Cricket West Indies (CWI) is offering its contracted and non-contracted players major pay hikes as an incentive to play the series of three T20...

ICC urges higher pay to stop women leaving cricket

NEW DELHI, India (AFP) — A top ICC official has urged cricket bodies around the world to follow Australia's lead and dramatically raise wages...

Joe Root, Jason Roy hit centuries, lead England to 171-run win in warm-up

England 371 for 7 (Roy 110, Root 114) beat UWI Vice Chancellor's XI 200 (Kirton 37, Rashid 2-21) by 171 runs   If England required any...

Holder, Samuels take West Indies closer to World Cup

West Indies 290 for 6 (Samuels 86, Hope 76, Muzarabani 2-36) beat Zimbabwe 289 all out (Taylor 138, Mire 45, Holder 4-35, Roach 3-55)...

Malinga omitted from ODIs against Pakistan due to poor form

Lasith Malinga has been omitted from Sri Lanka's squad for the Pakistan ODIs, while Angelo Mathews is again unavailable through injury. Sri Lanka Cricket...

National Sports Commission Board re – appointed

- The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport has revealed that the National Sports Commission’s Board has been reappointed. The services of the...

Super Sixes: Windies, Holder outstanding despite ‘kamikaze’ cricket- Law

Windies coach Stuart Law had high praises for his charges despite admitting the team played a bit of ‘kamikaze cricket’ in a four-wicket win...

Recent Articles

Political attacks take new twist

…impugn integrity of Times Media Group The concept of “fake news” has been advanced to another level in Guyana whereby phoney websites and social media...

Massive reduction of polling places by GECOM

…sure, to induce chaos, voter suppression – PPP/C Chief Scrutineer The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C), in working out the logistics of ensuring that voters are...

Alleged notorious AK-47 gang busted during road block  

Member of the Major Crime Unit of the Guyana Police Force have arrested four members of an alleged notorious AK-47 gang. The men were intercepted...

“Don’t be seduced by ‘new’ promises from coalition” – Jagdeo

Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Sunday urged Guyanese not to be seduced once again by the fallacious promises made by the incumbent APNU/AFC coalition. He...

Cop flung from ATV after avoiding pothole

…suffers head injuries en route to crime scene A police constable is now battling for his life in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the...

Motorcyclist dies after losing control of bike 

One day after 37-year-old Veyjai Idrogo of Lot 4 Parika, East Bank Essequibo, was involved in a motor vehicle accident on the De Kenderen...

Teen killed in hit and run

A teenager was killed on Friday last following a hit and run accident along the Farm Public Road, East Bank Essequibo, Region Three (Essequibo...

5 suspected bandits arrested with gun, ammo

Five suspected bandits were arrested after they were caught with an illegal firearm and several matching rounds of ammunition in their possession. The discovery and...

Fire destroys Regent Street businesses

Sachi building on Regent Street was completely destroyed this morning, after a fire broke out, damaging all merchandises stored inside. Based on information received, the...

PPP/C to implement anti-crime fighting strategy

People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) Prime Ministerial Candidate, Retired Brigadier Mark Phillips on Sunday said that safer communities were needed for Guyana to attract foreign...