• No senior public servants requested to attend General Council – PNCR

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    The PNCR today denied a report in the Guyana Times  that senior public servants had been requested to attend its General Council meeting on Saturday. 0

  • Jordan blames reporting of `contrived’ shortage for foreign currency panic

    Minister of Finance Winston Jordan has blamed recent reporting of what he labelled a “contrived” shortage of foreign currency for creating “a climate of speculation and hysteria.” Speaking at the opening of the new Citizens Bank Headquarters on Camp Street on Friday, Jordan explained that the foreign exchange market in Guyana functions in a liberalised environment, with free trading or intermediation of foreign currency in the market. 0

  • Wellington Park

    Travelling along the Corentyne highway, you could miss Wellington Park, which is considered the smallest village on the Corentyne or maybe even in the entire Berbice, with its 12 houses and population of less than 50 persons. 0

  • Man accused of throwing acid on ex held in Linden after accident

    Alfred De Younge, the man who is accused of burning the mother of his two children in a suspected acid attack last Thursday, was arrested yesterday after he was involved in a vehicular accident in Linden. 0

  • Carpenter stabbed to death near Stabroek Market

    A 28-year-old minibus conductor is now in police custody assisting with investigations in last evening’s stabbing to death of a Leopold Street resident near the Stabroek Market. 0

Wellington Park

Travelling along the Corentyne highway, you could miss Wellington Park, which is considered the smallest village on the Corentyne or maybe even in the entire Berbice, with its 12 houses and population of less than 50 persons.

New Year’s resolutions

Photos and interviews by: Oliceia Tinnie and David Papannah Leslie Barnwell- Security ‘My new year’s resolution is to ask God almighty for health and strength, prosperity and success in the future and the future years to come.

  • Bunty Singh all set to retain his Chutney crown

    Reigning Chutney King, Chait ‘Bunty’ Singh Mohanlall, better known as Bunty Singh says that as his year at the top winds down Guyanese can look forward to hearing much more from him as he has every intention of retaining his crown and straddling the top of the ladder for at least another year especially it took him four tries before he made it to the top. 0

  • Gold prices

    Gold Prices for the three day period ending Thursday January 19, 2017Kitco is a Canadian company that buys and sells precious metals such as gold, copper and silver. 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.