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Young mother killed by boyfriend

Young mother killed by boyfriend

A 24-year-old mother of one was yesterday morning stabbed to death allegedly at the hands of her live-in boyfriend at the Hague West Coast Demerara home they shared .

Speaker denies sexual abuse of minor years ago

Speaker denies sexual abuse of minor years ago

Speaker of the National Assembly Raphael Trotman has denied that he sexually assaulted a child and has issued a call..

Skeldon on strike

Estate workers at Skeldon have gone on strike following an altercation between the manager and a worker on Friday evening..


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Qatar will not host World Cup – FIFA’s Zwanziger

1 hour ago BERLIN, (Reuters) - The 2022 World Cup will not be held in Qatar because of the scorching temperatures in the..
B/ce hold on for draw against Demerara

B/ce hold on for draw against Demerara

Berbice opening batsman Kandasammy Surujnarine stroked an unbeaten century yesterday which helped deny Demerara what looked like a certain victory..

Anthony sprints away with Victor Macedo road race

Junior star cyclist, Michael Anthony continues to prove that he belongs in the conversation when it comes to Guyana’s best..
UG Wolves win Banks Sevens Club C/ships

UG Wolves win Banks Sevens Club C/ships

The UG Wolves ran away with the Banks Sevens Club Championship trophy, beating the Yamaha Caribs 26-24 in a pulsating..
Hooper, Bollers dominate AAG senior national c/ships

Hooper, Bollers dominate AAG senior national c/ships

Running Brave’s Natrena Hooper and Royal’s Elton Bollers were in sublime form yesterday at the AAG’s Senior National Championships. The..
Marian Academy retains title

Marian Academy retains title

Marian Academy retained their U-13 title while Christ Church were crowned the Global Technology Inter-Schools champions when the Hikers Hockey..
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Five Guyanese on abandoned oil tanker for 19 months

(Trinidad Newsday) Five Guyanese who have been living for the past 19 months on a Nigerian oil and gas vessel docked in Trinidad waters, have vowed not to leave the ship unless they are paid US$215,000 in wages .


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New York climate march draws hundreds of thousands

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An international day of action on climate change brought hundreds of thousands of people onto the streets of New York City yesterday, easily exceeding organizers’ hopes for the largest protest on the issue in history .



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