• Sugar bailout plan for Cabinet

    -Minister sees CEO’s dire warning as political gimmick

    Sugar cane being transported into the factory to be processed.
    5 hours ago

    The question of a bailout for the cash-strapped GuySuCo is to be taken to Cabinet on Tuesday, according to Minister of Agriculture Noel Holder and a forensic audit of the beleaguered corporation will be commissioned. 0

  • Cop kills suspected burglar

    A suspected burglar was shot dead by a police rank during a confrontation in the wee hours of yesterday morning. Police say the burglary suspect, who was not identified up to press time, charged at ranks with a chopper in hand and he was fatally shot as a result. 0

  • Child protection director sent on leave after exchange with minister

    Ann Greene

    Head of the Child Care and Protection Agency (CC&PA) Ann Greene was yesterday sent home on leave by Social Protection Minister Volda Lawrence following a verbal altercation with Junior Minster Simona Broomes. 0

Vrede en Vriendschap

A view of the village

Vrede en Vriendschap is such a tiny place in Canal Number One that you could easily pass it unawares. But once you find it, you realize the little haven it is for its residents. 0

Elections and expectations of the new gov’t

With the elections over and a new president sworn in, we asked persons to comment on the process as well as their expectations of the new government and what should be their priorities. 0

  • Badal sees new govt embracing diaspora investment potential

    Robert Badal

    Even as Jamaica prepares for its June 2015 6th Biennial Jamaica Diaspora Conference under the theme ‘Jamaica and the Diaspora: Linking for Growth and Prosperity,’ one of Guyana’s prominent hoteliers and businessmen believes that more closely embracing Guyanese in the diaspora as investors in the country’s economy is a direction which the new Granger administration is likely to take. 0

  • Introduction

    Cheryl SpringerEditor

    Welcome to the first edition of Lifestyle. As our name suggests, this magazine looks at the Guyanese lifestyle. People making a living, Guyanese culture and traditions, food and fashion will be the focus. 0