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Pilot held with US$620,000 has private hangar at Timehri

Pilot held with US$620,000 has private hangar at Timehri

-decision was approved by Cabinet

-President flew to Brazil on planeThe aircraft on which US$620,000 was found in Puerto Rico last week was registered in the United States but it was based here in a private hangar at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA), Timehri owned by the businessman/pilot implicated in the haul, Kem Khamraj Lall .

Guyanese men trafficked to Suriname were duped with promises of large bonuses

By Suraj Narine   The five Guyanese trafficking victims, who were duped into being taken to Suriname, where they were..
Sophia man jailed for 83 years for murder of wife

Sophia man jailed for 83 years for murder of wife

2 mins ago Michael Anthony Persaud was yesterday sentenced to 83 years imprisonment for the 2011 murder of his 19-year-old wife in their..


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Vishaul Singh named new Jaguars skipper

Vishaul Singh named new Jaguars skipper

By Delvon McEwan   Vishaul ‘Cheesy’ Singh has been selected to lead the Guyana Jaguars in the absence of Leon..
Cross Street upsets Alexander Village

Cross Street upsets Alexander Village

Cross Street kept their hopes alive of qualifying for the knockout stages, upsetting Alexander Village 2-0 on penalty kicks after..
England fall short in Sri Lanka despite Moheen century

England fall short in Sri Lanka despite Moheen century

COLOMBO, (Reuters) - A magnificent century by Moeen Ali proved in vain as England suffered a 25-run defeat to Sri..
Guyana Rugby Football Union thanks sponsors

Guyana Rugby Football Union thanks sponsors

On Tuesday night at Le Meridien Pegasus, the Guyana Rugby Football Union hosted a formal thank you cocktail reception for..
Sammy helps struggling Titans to second win

Sammy helps struggling Titans to second win

BENONI, South Africa, CMC – West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy had small cameo roles as his Titans managed only their..

Hughes’ fight for life enters third day

SYDNEY, (Reuters) - Australia cricketer Phillip Hughes remains in an induced coma after spending a second night in a Sydney,..
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As IMF warns about fragility of PetroCaribe...GRDB says Guyana keen on broadening rice market

As IMF warns about fragility of PetroCaribe…GRDB says Guyana keen on broadening rice market

Up to earlier this week, the Government of Guyana had not provided a response to the warning from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that the much-vaunted PetroCaribe Agreement between Venezuela and several Caribbean countries—under which the latter receive oil from Caracas under various concessionary arrangements—might stand imperiled in the face of plummeting global oil prices .


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Ebola: Africa is not that far away

Ebola: Africa is not that far away

By mid October the west - and America particularly- had conceded that it had completely underestimated the threat of Ebola .



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