Less than 11 overs was possible yesterday in the Carib Beer clash between Guyana and the Windward Islands as overnight and early morning showers soaked the Tanteen Recreation ground in Grenada.
Technical Director of the national football team, Jamal Shabazz, of the twin-island republic, is confident ahead of the upcoming matches in the finals of the Digicel Caribbean Cup Football Tournament which gets underway on Friday in Trinidad and Tobago.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for Cricket World Cup 2007 Karan Singh said yesterday that the CEOs of the nine host countries would meet in Guyana this week-end.
News that a newborn baby girl had been allegedly abducted from her mother was a talking point over the past week.
Magistrate Geeta Chandan on Thursday sentenced a man to four months imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to stealing a speaker from A.
Magistrate Geeta Chandan yesterday remanded to prison a fisherman who allegedly raped a ten-year-old girl.
A fourth man, who was allegedly part of a group of men, who stood in front of another man in a taxi in Albouystown and riddled him with bullets five years ago, was on Wednesday charged with the murder.
Before Star Guyana, Lisa Punch was just a young girl with big dreams, a good voice and two dancing feet.
Dear Editor, I am very glad that Mr Trevor Atkinson in his letter captioned “Barama came in at a time when investment was badly needed and has been in the vanguard of sustainable forest management” (06.12.16) pointed out the harsh/cruel and difficult circumstances under which the Barama deal was negotiated with the Hoyte /PNC Govt.
Dear Editor, I refer to Navindra Singh’s letter captioned “Critics have ignored the context in which the decision to scrap the railway was made” (06.12.21) wherein the writer seeks to provide an excuse for those who closed the railway.
Dear Editor, In early December, 2006 I had written in reference to your editorial “Wall of shame” where you were attacking the United States for building a fence to keep out illegals from Mexico and other countries.
Dear Editor, In the Grove/Diamond new housing scheme a new police station exists.
Dear Editor, 2006 marked further decline in the economic, social and political life of the African community.
Dear Editor, As the print media continues to be inundated with letters for and against corporal punishment in schools, I have some concerns and some views on the issue.
Dear Editor, Pundit Prakash Gossai, formerly of Mahaica and founder of the Bhuvaneshwar mandir of Queens, was recently honoured in New York by two Members of the U.S Congress as well as by several Guyanese organizations.
Dear Editor, As an overseas Guyanese visiting my homeland twice in the last six months, it is with grief that I see the everyday painful suffering and misery of street animals, especially dogs just fighting for daily survival.
Dear Editor, Mr. Carvil Duncan according to the newspapers (4/01/2006) is threatening to strike against the City Council for an unpaid half month pay for workers represented by the union.
Dear Editor, A summarized political biography on former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the online Literary Encyclopedia includes the paragraph: “Wishing to balance the budget, Thatcher introduced lower taxation and a reduction in public expenditure.
Dear Editor, The Caribbean has not been short of historians, many of whom went beyond the the handed-down, self-serving history and broke new ground.
Dear Editor, As a foreigner living and working temporarily in Guyana I want to make travelers and tourists aware of organized thefts going on at Cheddi Jagan International Airport in conjunction with airlines personnel.
Dear Editor, Over the Christmas weekend one of the local television channels provided, for family entertainment the movie ‘The Sound of Music.’ It is a story set in Austria during the German occupation, with all its tension.
Having just graduated from high school this born and bred Georgetown resident has decided that the time is right for her to pursue her dream of becoming a successful artiste.
This week The Scene begins a new series. ‘Tastes Like Home’ by Cynthia Nelson explores our relationship with food.
Upscale Restaurant’s resuscitated poetry night is usually interesting but on Tuesday night things got really exciting when little Ryan Benschop took to the microphone and performed a piece called, “I Got Women Trouble”.
Judging from its exterior the new City Mall is an added attraction to the active Regent/Camp streets and after a mere five minutes inside and you get the impression it is a shopper’s dream, well in Guyana that is.