The venue for the Spanish Invasion boxing card has been shifted from the National Park tarmac to the more crowd friendly Banks DIH Thirst Park ground.
Notes 1 – Interim results 2 – Prospective EPS: earnings per share for 12 months period to the date the latest financials have been prepared.
Ian Jackson secured two dominant victories in the Alliance For Change/ Continental Cycle Club’s Maxi Perreira & Marlis Archer memorial criterium event held last Sunday on the outer Circuit of the National Park.
A Dion Alfred hat-trick for Alpha United, which helped his team defeat GFC 3-1 was the major highlight of the Georgetown Football Association (GFA) Chubby U-13 league which continued with another five matches at the Tucville ground on Saturday.
Dear Editor, Too many people are dying on the country’s roads. The government need to put speed bumps (some distance apart) on all major highways.
Dear Editor, What a ghastly, horrific bus crash at Linden, with so many dead and injured.
Defending champions South Essequibo retained the title of Essequibo zone champions of the nation-wide Neal and Massy limited overs cricket competition when they defeated Leguan by 57 runs in their zone final at the Anna Regina ground on Saturday.
Dear Editor, In reference to a letter by Mr. Leon James Suseran captioned “A waste of Cyber-space,” (GC 07.10.07) I would like to clarify a few points.
Dear Editor, I noticed the circus packing up to leave town this morning.
Dear Editor, I had a hard time discerning whether Pastor Rocky Lall’s tone in his letter captioned “President Jagdeo deserves two more terms” (07.10.11) was satirical or serious in nature.
Dear Editor, I feel compelled to add a bit to the issue raised by Saywack/ Charles and Dave Martins on ‘negative journalism’.
Dear Editor, I write in response to Dennis Wiggins’ letter captioned “The PNCR must develop a strategy to attract disaffected Indian voters” (07.10.07).
Dear Editor, To date MMA/ADA has not increased the pension of pensioners in accordance to the 5% increase that was given to public servants in December 2006, retroactive from January 2006.
Dear Editor, I do not envy the policemen of this country at all.
Dear Editor, In one of his most loved pieces, Guyana’s poet laureate, Martin Carter, speaks of “leaping from the oppressor’s hate and the scorn of myself”.
Dear Editor, I would like to know when I am going to have my income tax refunds due to me since 1989 to 2006?
Dear Editor, In recent times I have realised that the Stabroek News is coming in for a “media-bias bashing”.This lopsided view of reporting by the Stabroek News seems to have become even more evident in the run-up to the PNCR congress.
Dear Editor, It is not very often that we get to read letters from PNC Leader, Mr.
Dear Editor, Congratulations to President Jagdeo for finally calling a spade a spade regarding the timber scam.
Dear Editor, Paul Thom a young man residing in Linden was picked up by the police on Monday October 1, from the house he was staying with his reputed wife and child (baby) for questioning on reported lost items.
Dear Editor, I have made several complaints to the Local Sanitary Inspector,the Mayor and Town Clerk of the Anna Regina Town Council and the Environmental Protection Agency about an illegal cement bond at Lot 42, Cotton Field, Essequibo Coast in a residential area.
The aftermath of the worst road accident for the year has left residents of Linden in a state of grief as relatives of the dead and injured struggle to come to grips with the reality of the horrible mishap.
President Bharrat Jagdeo has promised to assist 38 Laing Avenue residents who suffered heavy losses in Wednesday night’s devastating blaze to get back on their feet.
Guyana will host 294 delegates from 44 countries at the Commonwealth Finance Ministers Meeting (CFMM) from Monday to Wednesday, with the special theme of climate change expected to dominate the three-day confab.
The Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce is mulling whether or not the government should continue to waive the Common Exter-nal Tariff (CET) on extra-regional cement while TCL Guyana Inc (TGI) is strongly supporting its reinstatement but importers are calling for the waiver to continue.