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Nicaragua finds boat with decomposed bodies

Nicaraguan authorities said Tuesday the bodies of six people, apparently migrants, have been found in a small boat drifting off the Caribbean coast. The...

Eyewitness: Playing the cards…

…you’re dealt with in oil Some folks just don’t get it. No one denies PNC’s Raphael “Nassau” Trotman sold us down the river on the...

“Winning must become a habit” – Pollard says as West Indies lock horns with...

West Indies will be looking to take the T20I series against Sri Lanka with some ease having lost 2-0 to New Zealand in 2020...

Cocaine-laden containers from Guyana unearthed in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica — Scores of packages with more than 300 pounds of cocaine were found in containers at the Kingston Freeport Terminal Limited...

Bell heavy-lift helicopter to arrive Saturday

The Guyana Defence Force (GDF) is set to welcome the Bell 412-EPi heavy-lift aircraft to its fleet on Saturday. Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Governance,...

Man shoots at cousin after argument over money

A 28-year-old businessman of Annandale, East Coast Demerara (ECD) escaped unhurt today after his cousin discharged several rounds in his direction following an argument...

“Order of Democracy” will honour patriots of 2020 as well as future defenders of...

Statement by His Excellency, Dr Mohamed Irfaan Ali, President of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana March 2, 2021 The Order of Democracy Fellow Citizens of Guyana, Consistent...

31 new Covid-19 cases

Guyana has recorded 31 new cases of the novel coronavirus, taking the total cases recorded to date to 8626. There are six persons receiving care...

Armed bandits rob water truck driver, porter

A driver and porter attached to the AquaFina water delivery company were on Monday attacked and robbed by two armed bandits while they were...

CCJ emphasises importance of consultations, but dismisses appeal in Ogle Airport renaming case

The Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) today dismissed a challenge filed by several operators who had objected to the former government's move to rename...