• PPP says any charges against ex ministers will be stoutly defended

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    The PPP today said that any charges brought against its ex ministers will be staunchly defended. It was responding to a report in today’s Kaieteur News which reported Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan as saying that charges will be brought against some former ministers of the PPP/C government next week. 0

  • CH&PA Board dissolved over rancour, little work, Harmon says

    The Board of the Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) was dissolved because the “rancour” between it and the agency’s staff saw very little work being done, Minister of State Joseph Harmon has said. 0

  • Sophia residents urged to build better community

    President David Granger yesterday urged the residents of Sophia to reclaim and establish their dignity to build a better community as the Ministry of Public Infrastructure and Guyana Water Inc (GWI) commissioned road upgrades and a new water distribution system. 0

  • GGMC shuts down illegal mining operations in regions Eight and Nine

    Following concerns raised by Region Nine Chairman Bryan Allicock about illegal mining operations causing water pollution, the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) has shut down three illegal mining operations in regions Eight and Nine. 0

  • Cop dies after Vigilance crash 

    A policeman died yesterday afternoon when he succumbed to injuries he sustained hours after he lost control of a service vehicle and slammed into a lamp pole and fence along the Vigilance Public Road. 0

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  • Coconut vendor struck dead by speeding car

    A coconut vendor is now dead after he was hit along the La Grange Public Road, West Bank Demerara (WBD) on Thursday night by a speeding car. 0

  • Need a ride?

    Three companies, Ecab.gy, Drop and iRide are seeking to “revolutionize” transportation services in Guyana through mobile apps that promise their users speedy access to safe, reliable and inexpensive taxis through just the tap of their smartphones. 0

  • Pike St man charged with killing vagrant who tried to rescue club worker from attack

    A Pike Street, Kitty man was yesterday charged with the murder of a vagrant, who was fatally stabbed earlier this month after he attempted to rescue an employee of a Lamaha Street nightclub from an attack by three men. 0

Golden Fleece

  Golden Fleece on the Essequibo Coast is situated 13 miles north of Supenaam and is home to approximately 700 persons.

Their band, costumes and route change

Maxi Williams `This year to get the concept to create my costume, I had to go back into the history of Mashramani and its origins.

  • Singing for queen of calypso Diana Chapman-Clarke came by chance

    Lindener Diana Chapman-Clarke stole the hearts the crowd and judges at the Banks DIH Demerara Park two Fridays ago, when she marched to the front of the line and was crowned the queen of the adult calypso competition with an electrifying performance of her piece “Put Your House in Order”. 0

  • Diplomatic noises on Guyana’s two most contentious borders

    Even at a time when the attention of Guyana’s coalition government is focused on energizing the country’s underperforming economy, the administration still cannot afford to allow its attention to wander from a foreign policy agenda that includes managing relations with two neighboring countries with which separate territorial controversies loom large.