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Sunday, May 19, 2019

Mangra & Ramdhani among day 2 Badminton winners

- Narayan Ramdhani and Jonathan Mangra were among the winners when action in the Woodpecker Products Annual Christmas Singles Tournament continued. Being contested at...

West Indies staging a fight in third test

- West Indies followed up Shivnarine Chanderpaul’s 29th Test hundred and valuable runs from their tail-enders with purposeful bowling to leave the third...

Synthetic surface to be unveiled in first quarter of 2014

- Guyana has acquired a Synthetic Hockey pitch in order to aid teams which are expected to participate in international tournaments. According to President...

PMTC Horse Racing set for Sunday

- Organizers of the Port Mourant Turf Club (PMTC) Shariff Horse Racing was forced to postpone Sunday's  meet due to inclement weather. It...

West Indies Cricket Board plans umpire training

- West Indies Cricket Board President, Dave Cameron has promised more training for local and regional umpires while commending them for the 'utterly...

Banks DIH sponsors bodybuilding competition

- Banks DIH Limited has again come on board for the Hugh Ross Classic Body Building and Fitness Competition. This year the Company has...

Demerara Volleyball Elects New Executive

  - The Demerara Volleyball Federation has new blood coursing through its executive following elections over the weekend. Seven new executives and four committee members...

WICB backs Shillingford

- Shane Shillingford and Marlon Samuels will receive full support from the West Indies Cricket Board, after their bowling actions were found illegal,...

Guyana Hockey Board shortlist players

- Aroydy Branford, Jamarj Assanah, Omar Hopkinson, Andrew Stewart and Steven Xavier are all part of a squad shortlisted for next April's indoor...

ICC suspends Shillingford over illegal action

  - The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced that an independent biomechanical analysis has found the bowling action of West Indies’ off-spinner Shane...

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House lot allocations 4 times less annually than under PPP

The distribution of house lots has reduced significantly since the change of Government in 2015 despite the fact that the demand has not decreased....

Bandits strike again in Black Bush Polder

Less than 48 hours after two families were terrorized and robbed by armed men in Black Bush Polder, Berbice; a mother and her 11-year-old...

USA-based CMG take over Barbados Tridents’ ownership

The Barbados Tridents can now focus on Wednesday’s Hero Caribbean Premier League Draft after its ownership was assumed by the USA-based CMG Companies (CMG)....

Heavily armed men demolish 6 homes at Anna Catherina

…claim to be acting on behalf of CH&PA Six houses at Anna Catherina on the West Coast of Demerara (WCD) were destroyed on Friday afternoon...

Man found guilty of murdering Sparendaam resident

Twenty-seven-year-old Junior Anthony Henry also called “Oswald” was on Friday found guilty by a 12-member jury for the murder of Michael Hamilton which occurred...

Decomposed body of missing farmer found 20 miles from home

The badly decomposed body of a 69-year-old Black Bush Polder resident was discovered on Friday some 20 miles from his home. Chandramohan Ishmael of Lot...

$4.2B approved for oil & gas governance – Harmon

An external loan agreement between the Government of Guyana and the International Development Agency (IDA) for the sum G$4.2BILLION (US$20million) was recently approved by...

Hughes blasts Guyanese over corrupt culture

As the coalition administration continues to receive much criticisms over the levels of corruption in government, a sitting minister has fired back at the...

Mother of 6 stabbed to death by reputed husband

Domestic violence has shown its ugly colours once again, as a mother of six was stabbed to death on Thursday evening by her reputed...

FITUG raises concerns over crime situation in Guyana

The Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG) has expressed concerns about the rising spate of criminal activities in Guyana. In the past...