• Hopetown granny raped, strangled

    -relative held as suspect

    Vaulda Britton
    2 hours ago

    A West Coast Berbice grandmother was raped and strangled sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning and a relative has been arrested for the grisly crime. 0

  • Arid El Niño conditions could last until June

    Minister Joseph Harmon (fourth from left) surveys the proposed site for the setting up of a warehouse to store food and other essentials for emergency purposes.  (Ministry of the Presidency photo)

    El Niño conditions are expected to continue for the remainder of the year and there is an over 50% chance that it could last till June next year. 0

  • Bar association criticises secrecy of Granger pardons

    David Granger

    The Guyana Bar Association (GBA) yesterday questioned whether the stipulated procedures were followed by President David Granger to pardon dozens of convicts earlier this year and said that the secretive manner of the pardons is concerning and sets a dangerous precedent. 0

  • Colwyn Harding testifies on baton rape

    Colwyn Harding
    2 hours ago

    Colwyn Harding, who has accused a police constable of raping him with a baton, yesterday testified about the attack, which he says was filmed by a community police rank. 0

  • Yarde sees nothing wrong with ministers’ salary increases

    Patrick Yarde

    President of the Guyana Public Service Union (GPSU) Patrick Yarde sees nothing wrong with the increases of the salaries of government ministers but says similar considerations must be given to other qualified persons and the inadequacies of salaries across the public sector should be addressed. 0


Friends hanging out in the village

Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj   In 1954, two-year-old Nebert Perch left her home in Buxton and travelled with her mother Una Bobb Samuels and four-year-old brother Rudolph to a tiny village called Supply, today known as Support.

What the people say about… The rebuilding of the Umana Yana

Interviews by Dreylan Johnson with photos by Keno George The sod has been turned and the rebuilding of the Umana Yana has been set for completion by the end of the first quarter next year.