Guyana Review

Guyana’s gangs

Funeral of a policeman killed by gangsters

Guyana’s gangs have participated in diverse criminal activities − armed robbery, murder, narcotics-trafficking, gun-running and piracy − over the past decade.

Scanning the regional labour landscape

General Secretary of the Caribbean Congress of Labour Lincoln Lewis

General Secretary of the Caribbean Congress of Labour and former General Secretary of the Guyana Trades Union Congress Lincoln Lewis talks with the Guyana Review about the agenda of the Caribbean Congress of Labour (CCL) and the challenges facing labour in the Caribbean GR: In what respects does your role as General Secretary of the Caribbean Congress of Labour differ from your previous position as General Secretary of the Guyana Trades Union Congress?

The Marxist ideology of CLR James

CLR James

“I am not being pedantic. In these metaphysical matters you can misplace a comma and be thereby liable to ten thousand words of aesthetic damnation.” (Beyond A Boundary) What James writes of aesthetic theory is true of Marxism.

Glimpses of Guyanese History

Francis Dias

The British Guiana Centenary Year Book, 1831-1931, edited by E. Sievewright Stoby, was published in 1931 to celebrate the centenary of the unification of the colony of British Guiana in 1831. 

Slippery slope

Clinging to power? Colin Klass

Colin Klass’s refusal to step down as President of the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) in the face of the rejection of his leadership by the  players whom he purports to represent  may have plunged local football into its most serious crisis ever.

Glimpses of Guyanese History

Honourable Robert Victor Evan Wong

The unitary colony of British Guiana was brought into existence by Royal Proclamation on 21st July 1831. To celebrate that event, the British Guiana Centenary Year Book, 1831-1931, edited by E.

Nervous neighbours: Guyana and Suriname

Guyana’s team prepares for abitration

With the ink barely dry on the historic maritime jurisdiction ruling by the United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) Guyana and Suriname are at it again, this time, following the October 14, 2008 seixure by Suriname navel vessels of the Lady Chanrda, a privately –owned Guyanese boat on the Corentyne River.

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  1. Convicted drug trafficker Barry Dataram about to be handed over to local enforcement officials by the Suriname police. Inset is the information page in the fake passport for “David Persaud” that was being used by the fugitive. (Royston Drakes photos)

    Dataram, wife returned to Guyana

  2. Back in court: In this Keno George composite photo, Barry Dataram (left) and his wife Anjanie Boodnarine at court yesterday to answer three charges including fleeing the jurisdiction.

    Dataram to serve eight years in jail after guilty plea to new charges

  3. Dead: Yansen Brusche

    Ulverston mom of four stabbed to death by children’s father

  4. US Ambassador Perry Holloway and Finance Minister Winston Jordan shake hands after the signing of the agreement yesterday.

    Guyana inks pact for reporting to IRS on holdings of US citizens

  5. Updated: Man dies after bandits attack overseas-based Guyanese at Herstelling

  6. Barry Dataram

    Datarams getaway passports had been issued to other people

  7. Dr. Prudence Lewis-Bhola

    Prudence Lewis-Bhola appointed as CEO of broadcasting authority

  8. Cops grilling taxi driver after passenger robbed of $6M on seawall

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    Diwali holiday on Oct 29, motorcade set for same day

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