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Minister Valerie Patterson weds

President David Granger, earlier today, attended the wedding reception of Minister within the Ministry of Communities with responsibility for Housing, Valerie Patterson- Yearwood and .

ExxonMobil hosts ministers

ExxonMobil hosted a delegation of Government Ministers from Guyana at its Campus in Houston, Texas on August 10 and 11.

Explosive Narine helps TKR sink Tridents

Sunil Narine on the attack PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, CMC – Man-of-the-Match Sunil Narine thrilled in his new role as opener with a career-best half-century as Trinbago Knight Riders stayed top of the Caribbean Premier League standings with a two-wicket victory over arch-rivals Barbados Tridents here late Saturday night.

Six remanded over Number 69 armed robbery

…where pregnant woman jumped to safety

The house where the robbery occurred Six Upper Corentyne men were remanded on Friday for invading a Number 69 Village boat owner’s house and robbing him of a quantity of cash and jewellery on  August 5.

Slick Britain win 4×100 relay as Bolt pulls up

LONDON,  (Reuters) – Usain Bolt’s final appearance on the track ended in agony on Saturday as he pulled up injured running the final leg of the World Championships 4×100 metres relay as Britain stunned the United States to win a shock gold medal.

One dead, 34 injured in clashes at Virginia white nationalist rally

First responders at the scene after the car crashed into the crowd (Reuters photo) CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., (Reuters) – At least one person was killed and 34 others injured in Charlottesville, Virginia today when white nationalists protesting plans to remove the statue of a Confederate general clashed with counter-demonstrators and a car plowed into a crowd, officials said.

Closing of Girl Guides camp

First Lady, Sandra Granger, last evening, told members of the Guyana Girl Guides Association that it is her hope for them that they become strong women, who are conscious of their value and self-worth.

Pakistan recalls 10 CPL players

The Pakistan Cricket Board today threw a spanner into the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 tournament currently underway when it abruptly revoked No-Objection Certificates given to 13 players currently in England and the West Indies and has asked them to return home to fulfill national and domestic commitments.