A bandit carted off in excess of $1M in jewellery from one of three houses he targeted early yesterday morning in Uitvlugt, West Coast Demerara.
With much of her early life spent involved in modelling and pageantry, it seemed only natural that Ginesta David, a former Miss Guyana African Heritage title holder would launch her career along the same line.
A 57-year-old man is now dead after being involved in an accident at Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara, and his family are suspicious concerning the circumstances.
An Enmore business was yesterday morning raided and robbed of over $1.5M in cash and jewellery.
Indigent and convalescing elders, often the recipients of holiday giving at this time of the year, spread cheer in their own way with their joyful gratitude and contentment with whatever little they receive.
“From all indications the bike man set me up.” This was the conclusion drawn by Trevor Smithet, victim of Five Star Backdam’s latest armed robbery and brother of the latest murder victim.
A bandit bit the rings off a Laing Avenue housewife’s fingers during a home invasion on Tuesday night but he was arrested after she spotted him in the bank less than a day after.
“Is remanding a 15-year-old boy to prison because he showed his middle finger [and] the unemployment rate of young people in this country youth development?” During a roadside meeting in Meadowbrook on Wednesday evening 20-year-old Alliance For Change (AFC) representative Alicia Hermanstyne said she would like President Bharrat Jagdeo to answer that question.
Home Affairs Minster Clement Rohee yesterday handed over a water cannon to the police force and he dismissed concerns that its arrival was intended to intimidate the public ahead of the upcoming elections.
The body of a 16-year-old girl was yesterday fished out of the Demerara River, two days after a swimming trip turned tragic.
A 36-year-old man died yesterday under suspicious circumstances following a collision on Wellington Street in the city.
The United Force (TUF) has announced that Marissa Nadir, the daughter of former party leader Manzoor Nadir, is its prime ministerial candidate for the upcoming elections.
Two elderly Corentyne, Berbice residents were on Monday night terrorised and robbed by a gang of armed men, clad in army attire, who fired shots to keep villagers at bay.
“He showed me the house he wanted and by the time I look and look back, he had a gun to my head,” says an Indian Chief Taxi Service driver, 29, who is among 15 reportedly robbed by a lone gunman who has been posing as a customer.
Two boys aged 12 and 13 drowned after they ventured into the Demerara River for a swim on Wednesday.
Several Mahdia residents yesterday picketed the Vlissen-gen Road offices of the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) to air their concerns about a water shortage they have been experiencing since May.
“I regret how my children died. I believe that he planned to do this.
In light of the most recent interior robbery at Piari Landing, Puruni, the Guyana Gold and Diamond Miners Association (GGDMA) has highlighted two measures it wants to see taken by the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) and the Guyana Police Force (GPF) – one of these being to eradicate the “floating shops” present in the mining areas.
A multi-million-dollar house of worship at Philippi Farm, Corentyne, which was commissioned three Saturdays ago, has heads turning with its grandeur.
To the ordinary eye, eight-year-old Lekeziah ‘Kizzy’ Grant is just a pretty little girl who can dance; those who know her are continually amazed by her talent considering the way she was born.
They are the new budding singers in Guyana, now gaining stardom, and The Whaul Sisters are something to talk about.
The owners of a Triumph, East Coast Demerara moulding establishment are counting their losses after gunmen attacked the company on Monday evening, battering a manager and robbing them of cash and jewellery.
An awards ceremony for fifty African women is slated for tonight at the National Cultural Centre and a unique but barely recognized musical group called the ‘Buxton Fusion School of Music‘ will be part of the entertainment.
Photos and interviews by Abigail Semple and Frances Abraham This week we asked the man and woman in the street their views on the demolition of the St.
Harold Rachpaul, 84, owner of the Rachpaul’s Drugstore on Robb Street, Georgetown, was found dead, gagged and bound in his home early yesterday morning.