Darius Ali and Asharnica Persaud ran out winners of the boys and girls’ Under-11 categories of the Igloo Ice-Cream sponsored badminton tournament which climaxed Saturday at the Queen’s College courts.
A new star was born on Saturday night when Alex Arjoon defeated arch-rival Peter de Groot to win category `A’ of the Guyana Squash Association/Toucan Indus-tries sponsored junior squash tournament at the George-town Club.
On the eve of February 23rd there was reportedly a minor disturbance within the walls of the Georgetown Prisons; minor in the sense that it led to no serious breach of security and certainly not a break-out.
One fisherman is dead and another missing after their boat capsized in the Atlantic Ocean about three miles from land on Friday night.
Dear Editor, There is huge excitement in New York about the Rio summit in our beloved Guyana.
The PPP/C has launched a booklet in honour of the late agriculture minister Satyadeow Sawh, almost one year after the minister and two of his siblings were gunned down at his Earl’s Court, La Bonne Intention (LBI) home.
The residents of Crabwood Creek (CWC) who protested in front of the Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) office on Monday for the removal of the chairman, expressed satisfaction during a meeting with regional officials on Thursday about the decision to dissolve the NDC and install an Interim Management Committee.
Regional Executive Officer (REO) of Region Ten Henry Rodney says allegations levelled against him and the administration by Regional Chairman Mortimer Mingo are a personal vendetta to get him removed from the region as other attempts by the chairman to do so have failed.
Former Editor of the Guyana Chronicle Anthony Calder died yesterday after a prolonged illness.
The Inter-American Develop-ment Bank (IDB) will withhold funding for the commencement of the second phase of the Unserved Areas Electrification Programme (UAEP) unless the Guyana Power and Light (GPL) Inc can cut its losses to 30 per cent from the present 42 per cent.
Liberally sprinkled with powder of all hues and soaked with various colours of water, Guyanese across the country celebrated Phagwah, the Hindu spring festival yesterday.
Minister of Education Shaik Baksh on Thursday commissioned a $19M school at Shieldstown which will house 250 students and 13 teachers.
Deputy Mayor Robert Williams met with contractors last week to discuss the maintenance programme for the city’s drains.
Oil stakeholders are discussing the resumption of offshore exploration activities with the government now that an award in the arbitration proceedings in the dispute between Guyana and Suriname over their common maritime boundary is due to be announced shortly.
An East Coast Demerara (ECD) man says he was mercilessly beaten by a police constable last Sunday and is calling on the police to ensure that this rank is charged and brought to justice.
They are already the number one team in Georgetown but that’s simply not enough; tonight, Courts Pacesetters will look to become the number one team in Guyana when they face current champions, Kings.
CLIVE LLOYD declared last week that a triumph before their own people in the first World Cup held in the Caribbean would be “the type of boost that is needed” by West Indies cricket at present.
Upper Demerara edged their Georgetown counterparts 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out to win the Guyana Football Federation (GFF)/Demerara Distillers Ltd Inter-Association under-17 Football tournament at the GFC ground yesterday.
In April this year pupils aged eleven plus will be sitting the Grade Six Assessment for the first time.
The Guyana Badminton Association (GBA) commenced their Igloo Ice-cream boys and girls under-11 tournaments at the Queen’s College court on Friday.
The Berbice softball inter-county trial matches will commence today and conclude tomorrow at the Young Warriors cricket club ground in Cumberland, East Canje.
The Guyana Squash Association (GSA) continued their Toucan Industries junior squash tournament on Friday evening with interesting matches being played.
Four teams recorded victories when play in the Chico Sweets/Smalta Cup National Inter-Secondary Schools Futsal Tournament continued on Friday at the National Gymnasium.
Undoubtedly, the Oasis Cafe has laid the foundation for revitalizing chess in Guyana by providing a venue for two tournaments in January and February.
In this new world it is smart to be a Smart Alec. Smart Alecs spring up in every sector of the society.