Masters Academy, Sir Leon Lessons and Pure Masters secured lopsided wins when the sixth annual Milo Secondary Schools football tournament continued yesterday at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue.
Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited has distanced itself from the claim that a bank employee was complicit in the recent armed robbery committed on a customer, while stressing that it has an obligation to ensure that all those who utilise its services do so in a safe and secure environment.
All roads will lead to the National Gymnasium on Mandela Avenue tonight when the final of the inaugural Magnum Mash Futsal Championship kicks off.
The Attorney General’s Chambers yesterday sought to distance itself from the recent dismissal of a causing death by dangerous driving charge against attorney Keisha Chase, who was acquitted due to insufficient evidence after key documents in the case disappeared.
Guyana Football Federation (GFF) President Wayne Forde will participate in the second International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) Executive Summit, scheduled for Lagos, Nigeria on Tuesday.
Residents of Subryanville, Georgetown say that they are still waiting to be engaged by the Mayor and City Council (M&CC) over the use of the Farnum Community ground and other issues affecting the residential community.
A man died on Thursday night after the truck he was driving toppled, pinning him along 14 Miles Potaro Road, in Region Seven.
CAVE HILL, Barbados, CMC – Resurgent Windward Islands Volcanoes picked the ideal moment to deliver their most convincing win of the Regional Super50, when they thrashed Hampshire by 136 runs yesterday to romp into the semi-finals and shatter Trinidad and Tobago Red Force’s hopes.
The Guyana Defence Forde (GDF) Friday climbed atop the Guyana Football Federation (GFF) Elite League points standings after edging Den Amstel 2-1 at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC) ground, Bourda.
Dear Editor, The People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) continues to demonstrate it has earned its place on the opposition benches.
Timehri Panthers crushed Friendship 6-0 when the East Bank Football Association (EBFA) Frank Watson Memorial U15 League continued yesterday.
The streets of Georgetown were covered in fruits, flowers and fish with a little bit of liquid gold for several hours yesterday as Guyana’s children frolicked for the 2018 Children’s Mashramani Costume and Float parade.
A minibus driver was shot and chopped on Thursday evening at Victoria Street, Plaisance, East Coast Demerara, after he refused to comply with the orders of bandits.
LONDON, (Reuters) – With years of austerity in their rear-view mirrors, the world’s biggest oil companies are locked in a beauty contest to lure investors with promises of growth and greater rewards.
City Hall is currently executing works at the Le Repentir Cemetery under a contract valued at over $100 million without any evidence of public tendering.
Whether Guyana becomes “immensely rich or just another Trump-hole” from oil revenues depends largely on its ability to attract specialty experience and competencies in industry and sectors here, says business website Bloomberg.
With the start of oil production here slated for March, 2020, ExxonMobil says that a market price of even US$40 per barrel would still yield significant returns given that the cost is “very low.” “When you think about some of the deepwater areas that we’re in, Guyana is a great example.
Ex-policeman Jason Harry, who was arrested last week over alleged ties to a massive carjacking ring, was yesterday charged and remanded to prison over an armed robbery attack in which he allegedly took the victim’s car.
Following the discovery of a drug ring in at least two city secondary schools, a man was yesterday faced with two charges, including trafficking ecstasy to students.
A mother and her daughter were hauled before a city court yesterday to answer the charge that they trafficked 5.8 pounds of cocaine found at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) in the latter’s handbag as she was going through a security check.
Public Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan is assuring that a new Chairman of the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) will be appointed soon.
Guyana guaranteed themselves a spot in the playoffs of the 2018 Cricket West Indies (CWI) Regional Super 50 with a nail-biting four-wicket victory over the Jamaica Scorpions in a rain- affected match yesterday in Antigua.
While voicing his disappointment that Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo did not agree with his nominees to hold the substantive posts of Chancellor and Chief Justice, President David Granger says he is still awaiting legal advice on how to proceed, while noting that acting appointments are not desirable.