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Stabroek News is Guyana's leading independent newspaper.It was first published in November 1986, first as a weekly but it later changed to a daily print newspaper. The entry of the paper into the mass media in Guyana brought a new openness to the media environment in the country.It was founded by David DeCaires, who died on November 1, 2008.Mailing Address: 46/47 Robb Street, Lacytown, Georgetown, Guyana, South America Telephone: +592-227-4080

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Palm Court, King’s Jewellery to build hotels

As hoteliers anticipate an increase in  arrivals brought on by the discovery of oil offshore Guyana, local companies such as King’s Jewellery World and Palm Court have responded to the government’s call for investors to build hotels which aim to provide first-class accommodations.

Some West Indies players going through their paces as they prepare to take on New Zealand in their upcoming T20 and Test series.

Time to start winning, says Pollard

AUCKLAND, New Zealand, CMC – West Indies Twenty20 International captain Kieron Pollard said his side should use their three-match series against New Zealand, starting tomorrow (2 am – East Caribbean Time) at Eden Park, to improve their results in the format.

Shyam Nokta (third from left) handing over the report to Minister of Natural Resources Vickram Bharrat (Department of Public Information photo)

Local content final report submitted

Guyana’s local content final report has been completed and was yesterday submitted to government through Minister of Natural Resources, Vickram Bharrat, with Chairman of the Committee, Shyam Nokta, emphasising that the policy will ensure Guyanese capitalize on  the benefits of the bourgeoning oil and gas sector.

Colvin Heath-London

Heath-London released from police custody

Former NICIL acting Chief Executive Officer Colvin Heath-London was released from police custody on Tuesday over a lands probe even as further doubts have been cast on documents that are intended to put him in the clear.

Quarantined Windies group tests negative for COVID-19, again

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand, CMC – A third test on a group of West Indies players and support staff – including Test captain Jason Holder and Twenty20 International captain Kieron Pollard – currently enduring managed isolation for the COVID-19 virus on the Tour of New Zealand, have all returned negative.

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