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Thursday, January 23, 2020

FIFA still interested in Guyana Goal Project

- After years of stalled work and flimsy excuses, the world governing body for football has confirmed that it is still interested in...

‘Shiv isn’t badly injured, should be back for next game’-NAGICO Media

- Guyanese batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul is out of today's NAGICO Super Team with an injury. The veteran did not take the field today to...

Hinds is 40 Mile Champion

- Orville Hinds carted off the National Sport Commission's 40 mile cycle race on Sunday, February 2 on the West Coast of Demerara. With...

RHTY&SC sponsors Primary School Tape Ball

- Primary schools in the New Amsterdam/Canje/East Bank Areas are the latest beneficiaries of the Rose Hall Town Youth and Sport Club (RHTY&SC)...

Guyana up for Windward challenge

- Guyana will be looking to continue the explosive start to the NAGICO West Indies Cricket Board 50 Over tournament when they come...

Berbice Cricket Board honours former players

- The Berbice Cricket Board has honored six of the past greats of the ancient county under their new GPC Inc tribute to...

Niles surpasses 2013 NSC Cycle Program Record

- Junior Niles overcame the challenges of some of the country's top names and in the process broke last year's time record to take...

NSC, GTTA Plan Mash Tournament

- The Guyana Table Tennis association will co-operate with the National Sport Commission to stage their annual mash tournament for enthusiasts and players. The...

Stunning Sarwan spurs Guyana win

- Guyanese batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan has praised the opening stance put on by the team's openers for their 114 run win against Ireland...

4th Scotia Bank/Pepsi Football Academy set for February 10

- The Guyana Sports Development Foundation will host their Fourth Football Camp from February 10 with their official league starting on March 8. The...

Recent Articles

Berbice businessman living in fear after 3rd robbery in 2 months

A businessman of D'Edward Village, West Bank Berbice (WBD) is living in fear after experiencing a third robbery in less than two months. Harry Lalsa,...

Nandlall concerned over 91,000 changes being made to RLE

Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall has expressed concerns over the 91,000 changes being made to the Revised List of Electors by the Guyana Elections...

US Congressional Delegation meets with Govt, Opposition & Private Sector

A United States congressional delegation today met with representatives of the Guyana Government, the main political opposition, and members of the private sector where...

$219M for Republic Day celebrations 2020

As Guyanese gear up for the much anticipated celebrations to commemorate the country’s 50th Republic Day, the Ministry of Social Cohesion is eyeing a...

Parent, teacher charged over Winfer Gardens school attack

Another teacher and parent were on Wednesday morning charged at the Georgetown Magistrates' Courts in relation to a fight at the Winfer Gardens Primary...

68-Y-O shop owner attacked, robbed

A 68-year-old businessman was on Tuesday evening attacked and robbed by two armed bandits who stormed his shop while he was in the process...

4 nabbed with ganja in separate raids

Four persons have been arrested following the discovery of 4876 grams of marijuana, which were found during separate raids in Police Division Nine (Lethem). Based...

CANU, FIU sign MoU to tackle drug trafficking, money laundering

Guyana's Customs Anti-Narcotics Unit (CANU) and its Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to tackle issues such as drug...

Opposition concerned over Finance Minister meeting with Canadian company printing ballot papers

The Opposition – People’s Progressive Party/Civic – has raised concerns over a scheduled meeting between Finance Minister Winston Jordan and the Canadian company that...

GECOM Commissioners in Canada to oversee ballot printing

As the Guyana Elections Commissions continues to prepare for the March 2 polls, two Commissioners are currently in Canada to oversee the printing of...