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Guyana’s Natural Resources Minister to speak at Madrid Energy Conference this week

Guyana’s Natural Resources Minister Vickram Bharrat is expected to be one of the key speakers at the high-level Virtual Madrid Energy Conference this week. The...

Panel for Elections COI could be drawn from CARICOM, OAS, CW – President

President Irfaan Ali has once again affirmed that an international Commission of Inquiry will be held into the events that occurred post March 2,...

Taxi driver relieved of car, beaten by bandits in Sophia

A taxi driver is now left traumatised after he was held up and relieved of his white Toyota Allion, HD 724, by two persons...

Omar Shariff to call final witness in trial for failing to comply with High...

The trial of former Permanent Secretary (PS) of Ministry of the Presidency, Omar Shariff, and his wife, who were charged for failing to comply...

Eyewitness: PNC stoking fire…

…in the hospitals The PNC is SO predictable: whenever the PPP goes high, you know for sure they’ll go low!! Take the latest incendiary intrusion...

President receives portrait of First Family

President Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali was presented with a wooden portrait of the First Family from Mr. Marcus Shivrattan and Mr. Komal Ramnauth, today,...

APNU/AFC’s technocrat Ministers received salaries, benefits despite court ruling – Teixeira

In January 2020, the Guyana Court of Appeal ruled that former APNU/AFC technocrat Ministers Keith Scott and Winston Felix illegally occupied seats in Parliament...

LETTER: Where was the solidarity when over 7000 sugar workers were dismissed?

Dear Editor, How do we rationalise the unconscionable attacks being meted out to our dismissed sugar workers from the APNU/AFC and its supporters? Those who...

US city warned over brain-eating microbe in water

(BBC) Residents of Lake Jackson, Texas, have been warned about using tap water after a deadly brain-eating microbe was found in the city's public...

Windies booked for New Zealand tour

The West Indies are expected to embark on a tour of New Zealand in the coming months after the country’s government gave the approval...