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Top US legal analyst exposes himself in zoom call

(BBC) A top US legal analyst has been suspended by New Yorker magazine after he exposed himself on a Zoom call. Jeffrey Toobin, 60, also...

COVID death toll rising in several Caricom countries

(CMC) In the wake of an increasing number of deaths related to the coronavirus, several Caribbean Community countries are appealing to citizens to maintain...

Janet Jagan a torchbearer for freedom and democracy – President Ali

  President Dr Irfaan Ali today joined Government Officials and representatives of the People’s Progressive Party Civic (PPP/C) for the unveiling of the Commemorative Centenary...

St. Stanislaus College maintains top performance among secondary schools in Guyana

St. Stanislaus College has maintained its performance as being among "the top" secondary schools in Guyana during the recent CSEC and CAPE exams. The school...

Trans Guyana launching commercial flights to Barbados from November 1st

Beginning November 1st, 2020, Trans Guyana Airways will introduce 5 weekly flights to Barbados from the Ogle airport. See below statement from Trans Guyana: Beginning November...

Coalition’s election petitions lack merit, likely to be dismissed – AG

Attorney General Anil Nandlall is confident that the two election petitions filed by the APNU/AFC Coalition will be dismissed. During an interview with reporters on...

Party responsible for oil spill liable for all costs – Guyana Govt

Guyana's Civil Defence Commission (CDC) has completed and officially handed over the country's National Oil Spill Contingency Plan to Prime Minister Mark Phillips who...

Visionless APNU/AFC will not dictate the pace of Guyana’s development – Edghill tells Jordan

Public Works Minister Juan Edghill, who has some responsibilities for finance, has lashed out at former Finance Minister Winston Jordan, making it clear that...

Guyana’s economy projected to grow by 26.2% despite COVID-19

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) – a world-renowned financial institution – has projected that Guyana’s economy will grow by a significant 26.2 per cent...

64-Y-O man faces trial for murdering brother-in-law during argument

The trial of Les Charles Critchlow, who is accused of the May 12, 2016 murder of his brother-in-law, Terrence Adams, commenced on Monday before...