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Motorcyclist killed after colliding with car on Sheriff Street

A 68-year-old man of East La Penitence, Georgetown is now dead after the motorcycle he was riding collided with a motorcar on Sheriff and...

GPHC debunks “fabricated and fallacious” social media post

See below statement from GPHC  The Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) notes with concern the circulation of a post on social media, purporting that on...

33-Y-O miner fatally stabbed to head, throat

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the murder of 33-year-old Allensford Consford, a miner who met his demise on Sunday at Quartz Stone Backdam,...

Several int’l companies submit bids for new Demerara River bridge

Some 40 companies from around the world have already expressed interest in designing and constructing the new Demerara River crossing. Last month, the Guyana Government...

Education Ministry continues talks on reopening schools for CSEC, CAPE students

Minister of Education the Priya Manickchand along with Chief Education Officer Dr Marcel Hutson and all senior education officers are currently engaging stakeholders on...

Guyana’s Shimron Hetmyer can be one of the world’s best batsmen – Harper

In his brief senior career to date, Shimron Hetmyer has demonstrated that he is a talented batsman. However, on paper his figures have not...

IPL 2020 final and Qualifier 1 in Dubai; remaining playoffs in Abu Dhabi

The first qualifier and the final of IPL 2020 will be played in Dubai on November 5 and 10, respectively, while the eliminator -...

Dubai team ready to invest in Guyana

A team from the Private Office of H.H. Sheikh Ahmed Dalmook Al Maktoum, Mr. Gaspar Lino from Dubai, United Arab Emirates moments ago met...

Eyewitness: Engaging…

…Guyanese in foreign There’s a whole heap of (fat) talk circulating about the “Guyanese Diaspora” …which is the fancy phrase for “Guyanese in foreign”. You...

$18M in equipment donated to Guyana by University of Toronto professor

Guyanese-born University of Toronto Professor Rita Persaud has donated $18 million in musical and science equipment to five secondary schools and the University of...