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Sunday, September 22, 2019

CARICOM/Guyana should take 1000 Syrian Refugees

By The Piper The January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti brought out the best of Guyanese values. The show of support by the Guyanese public...

Why the criticisms of only Nagamootoo and Ramjattan?

By The Piper The PPP is making a big strategic mistake by attacking only the AFC. If the PPP wants to win future elections it...

The Tragedy of Indians

By The Piper Indians in Guyana and Trinidad face an insurmountable problem when it comes to the politics of race. The problem is two-fold. Firstly,...

What the APNU+AFC and PPP should do now

By The Piper We are approaching the hundred-day mark for the new APNU+AFC administration to meet promises it set during the election campaign and soon...

Budget Time

By The Piper Minister Winston Jordon will now be in the limelight, as he should be. Being the star, however, has its risks, and the...

We should focus on Intercultural Communication

By The Piper The PPP/C governed Guyana for a little over two decades and although it achieved much in economic development it failed to do...

Domination and Development: A Note to Dr. Roopnaraine

By The Piper Not a day goes by without our politicians, intellectuals and elites in general calling for development. More often than not they mean...

The new PPP or business as usual?

By The Piper The waiting is over. After nearly two months of speculation we now know whom the PPP is sending to parliament, and most...

An Open Letter to the Minister of Public Security

Dear Minister Ramjattan: The curfew your ministry has imposed on bars, nightclubs, and restaurants is no doubt well intentioned. Good intentions, however, aren’t the best...

Venezuela heading in wrong direction on Guyana’s oil discovery

By The Piper Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s May 27, 2015 presidential decree (No. 1787) not only reaffirms that country’s claim to the Essequibo, but extends...

Recent Articles

Pregnant woman severely beaten by husband

…refuses to press charges against abuser  A 33-year-old woman is nursing injuries at a Berbice hospital after she was severely beaten by her 24-year-old...

Death at Suddie Police Station:Taxi driver’s family sues State for over $100M

The family of dead taxi driver, Lalbachan Bachan, who died while in custody at the Suddie Police Station, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), is...

2 die in early morning fire at Vreed-en-Hoop

  Two persons were killed after a fire razed a Chinese Supermarket in the vicinity of New Road, Vreed-en-Hoop Junction, West Bank Demerara in the...

Speeding up Amerindian land titling among next PPP Govt measures – Ali

…to rehire 2000 dismissed CSOs, expand programme  …increased grants, access to education also on agenda People’s Progressive Party (PPP) Presidential Candidate Irfaan Ali has unveiled...

PPP rules out return to Parliament to cloak illegal Govt in legitimacy

…vows continued protests countrywide until President fixes election date …says Police taking political instructions The People’s Progressive Party (PPP) has ruled out returning to the...

Roger Khan detained at CID on murder allegations

Shaheed Roger Khan is being detained by police in Guyana on murder allegations. This is according to his lawyer, Glen Hanoman who spoke to reporters...

Roger Khan arrives in Guyana

Shaheed Roger Khan arrived in Guyana just before midnight on Friday at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport from the USA, where he had served...

GPA condemns attack on journalist by Leopold Street residents during protest

Journalist of Safetv2 Headlines News, Channel 2, Wendell Jeffrey was, on Wednesday, attacked and beaten by a group of protesters in Leopold Street, Georgetown,...

CPL 2019: Fundraising for Hurricane Dorian relief passes US$60,000.

The The Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) has been working with their very supportive sponsors and commercial partners to raise funds to support the...

LETTER: The APNU/AFC coalition has brought Guyana into an unnecessary constitutional crisis

Dear Editor, In light of the decision and consequential orders of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) handed down in June this year, elections, as...