• La Jalousie businessman shot dead

    Ganesh Ramlall
    5 hours ago

    At about 0010h. today, the police say that businessman Ganesh Ramlall, 48 years, of La Jalousie, WCD, had just returned home and gone to use the outside bathroom when he was confronted by four men who shot him about his body and took away his licensed firearm, jewellery and a wallet and escaped. 0

  • CARICOM in solidarity with Guyana over Venezuela row – Barbados PM

    From left are President David Granger, Barbadian Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, St Vincent Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves and Caricom Secretary General Irwin LaRocque at the press conference. (Ministry of the Presidency photo)
    6 hours ago

    The new Chairman of CARICOM, Prime Minister of Barbados Freundel Stuart, announced last evening, that the Caribbean Community stands in solidarity with Guyana as it relates to a bitter row with Venezuela over a May 26th, 2015 maritime decree. 0

  • Caps on land for miners – Trotman

    Limits will have to be placed on how much of Guyana’s resources one person or one company can access, according to Minister of Governance Raphael Trotman, who has vowed to ensure transparency in the mining sector. 0

  • Police probing report Brazilian man chopped to death at Puruni

    5 hours ago

    A team of police ranks has been dispatched to Chinese Creek, Puruni, to conduct investigations into a report that at about 1800h. 0

  • Relief

    Joseph Harmon with a few
remaining coconuts from
a cluster he harvested
    10 hours ago

    Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Amid towering coconut and other palms and many other beautiful trees is a tiny village called Relief, nestled between villages also with odd names such as Support and Land of Canaan. 0

Relief

Joseph Harmon with a few
remaining coconuts from
a cluster he harvested

Story and photos by Joanna Dhanraj Amid towering coconut and other palms and many other beautiful trees is a tiny village called Relief, nestled between villages also with odd names such as Support and Land of Canaan.

Top three things for the new gov’t to do

Interviews by Sharda Bacchus Photos by Arian Browne This week on ‘What the People Say’ we asked members of the public about the top three things they would like the government to do.

  • Kamwata Secondary in easy win over Wauna Secondary

    -Digicel Schools football

    Action between in Wauna Secondary and Kamwata Secondary during their matchup at the Kumaka Community ground yesterday. (Orlando Charles photo)
    10 hours ago

    Kamwata Secondary dismantled Wauna Secondary by a 5-1 margin when the Region #1 Zone of the 5th edition of the Digicel Secondary Schools Football Championship commenced yesterday at the Kumaka Ground in Moruca. 0

  • Sonia Noel expands global reach

    Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo (fourth, left) poses with Sonia Noel and models at the Brooklyn Borough Hall

    Sonia Noel has begun to expand her global reach, with her fashion lines now available at the Design Faze Boutique, a chic women’s specialty shop at the Cobb Galleria in Atlanta, Georgia. 0

  • Stock market updates

    20150705market journal

    GASCI (www.gasci.com/telephone Nº 223-6175/6) reports that session 619’s trading results showed consideration of $17,295,460 from 138,479 shares traded in 13 transactions as compared to session 618’s trading results, which showed consideration of $7,203,570 from 40,636 shares traded in 12 transactions. 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.