Dear Editor, The second President of the United States of America, John Adams, once described his Government as “a government of laws, and not of men.” The philosophy which underpins this statement is the foundation of modern democratic governments.
Theron Mohabeer defeated Regan Pollard in the Open Division, while Taylor Fernandes, Daniel Islam and Alex Cheeks secured contrasting divisional wins, when the Lucozade Handicap Squash Tournament continued on Thursday.
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, CMC – An unbroken, half-century stand between Leeward Islands Hurricanes captain Rahkeem Cornwall and rookie Terence Warde helped their side recover from a mid-innings crisis triggered by the left-arm spin of Jamaica Scorpions captain Nikita Miller in the Regional 4-Day Championship yesterday.
Seven teams yesterday took up the challenge to go head-to-head in this year’s Hackathon, beginning two full days of coding to develop an application to manage tax collection for local authorities.
Dear Editor, Following your publication of my missive earlier this week regarding frequent traffic chaos and obstructions within close proximity of the Turkeyen Police Station, I had a subsequent but brief conversation with a female Police Rank stationed there.
(Trinidad Express) Government Minister Karen Nunez-Tesheira is now one step closer to receiving more than TT$18 million in compensation from Gulf View Medical Centre and one of its doctors.
Eight gorgeous young women will vie for the inaugural Miss Teen Yarrowkabra crown on Saturday, November 25, at the Yarrowkabra Gym.
Pouderoyen needled Mahaica Determinators 1-0 to seal their semifinal berth when the inaugural Turbo Energy Drink knockout football competition continued Thursday at the Ministry of Education ground.
Four residents of Glasgow Housing Scheme, in East Bank Berbice, lost their home yesterday morning in a fire, which is suspected to be the result of arson.
(Trinidad Express) A Laventille man was denied bail by Port of Spain Magistrate Adia Mohammed on Thursday, on four charges of sexual assault against a 12 and 13-year-old girl.
Dear Editor, This past October, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), one of the country’s most important creditors, launched its 2017-2021 Country Strategy for Guyana, where it pointed to a “lack of strategic planning and vision at the highest level[s]” of government.
Last evening 18-year-old Vena Mookram would have flown the Guyana flag high on stage at the 67th Miss World pageant at the Sanya City Arena in Sanya, China.
On the eve of the 2016 US election, the UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed warned reporters in the capital Sanaa that: “People are dying … the infrastructure is falling apart… and the economy is on the brink of abyss.” At the time, Yemen – the region’s poorest country even before its civil war – had endured more than a year of airstrikes by a Saudi-led and US- and UK- supported coalition.
CARACAS/BOGOTA, (Reuters) – Veteran Venezuelan opposition leader Antonio Ledezma, under house arrest since 2015 for alleged coup plotting, escaped across the border to Colombia yesterday.
(Jamaica Gleaner) Youth unemployment in the Caribbean is said to be the highest in the world, and crime, partly fuelled by this high rate of joblessness, is a major obstacle to economic growth in the region, according to Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Dear Editor, Each November, “Remembrance Day” in the United Kingdom (UK) honours the heroic efforts, achievements and sacrifices that were made in past wars.
Michael Britton, also known as “Rasta Man,” who was on trial for the fatal beating of another man in the North West District, was yesterday freed after a jury found him not guilty.
Come tomorrow night at the Giftland Mall patrons would be treated to the ‘Best of Nothing to Laugh About’ which would comprise some of the best skits that show did over the last ten years since it entered the entertainment industry.
The Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) through its Cricket Development Programme, will today hold a one-day spin-bowling and wicket-keeping clinic at the St Stanislaus College from 9.30am.
Sunset Lakes, the 100-acre Providence, East Bank of Demerara property sold by Central Housing and Planning Authority (CH&PA) to Brian Tiwarie, has been repossessed by Citizens Bank and sold to Tamesh Jagmohan of Precious Mining Inc.
Amid growing questions, the Alliance For Change (AFC) yesterday said its leader Raphael Trotman had been invited to State House on October 19th where he was advised by President David Granger that retired Justice James Patterson would be named Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM).
At the first hearing of the opposition’s challenge to President David Granger’s appointment of retired Justice James Patterson as Gecom Chairman, Chief Justice Roxane George issued a stern warning to both sides to refrain from trying the case “in the court of public opinion.” At yesterday’s hearing, the court set out the trial timeline.
The Internal Auditor of the Guyana Gold Board Ajodhia Ramcharan on Wednesday resigned following an investigation into allegations of “millions of dollars” in theft at the agency which has already seen two accountants sent home to facilitate the probe.
Brian Haywood will be spending the next 21 years in jail for killing his sister, whom he set alight, over an argument about missing sandals.