Buddy’s International Hotel and Resort is scheduled to open on February 20 and its foreign staff complement has begun to arrive in the country.
A search in the Corentyne River yesterday for Cheryl Peters, who is missing and feared dead after the ‘backtrack’ speedboat in which she was travelling to Suriname on Friday capsized, was unsuccessful.
Coordinator of the recently held 2007 Junior Calypso Competition Lance Canterbury said the lyrics submitted by the youths who participated in the competition were in keeping with the laws of the country.
A 20-year-old man who allegedly fondled a 19-year-old woman appeared in the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court yesterday charged with indecent assault.
A North East La Penitence resident accused of stabbing to death a man he believed was having a relationship with his wife, whom he also injured during his rampage, was set free by Magistrate Gordon Gilhuys on Thursday but was rearrested several hours later and recharged with the same offences.
A man who allegedly shot another in the head at the 2005 Main Big Lime was yesterday committed to stand trial in the High Court for the capital offence of murder.
Magistrate Fazil Azeez yesterday remanded to prison a man accused of stealing money from his mother.
A 30-year-old man who allegedly demanded with menace $1.2M from another after he had given the man some gold to sell appeared on Thursday in the Georgetown Magistrate’s Court.
A 26-year-old mother of two on Thursday appeared in court accused of duping a woman of more than half a million dollars after pretending that she could get her a car.
Guyanese rugby players Theodore Henry, Albert La Rose and Claudius Butts, members of the West Indies team which will compete in the World Rugby Sevens tournament in the United States of America next Saturday and Sunday were presented with their tickets to Trinidad and Tobago yesterday during a press conference at the Guyana Olympic Association (GOA) building.
BERBICE, Guyana, CMC – Narsingh Deonarine hit an unbeaten half-century that lifted Guyana to a comfortable six-wicket win and eliminated Leeward Islands, in the fourth round of the KFC Cup yesterday.
CMC-Gwendolyn O’Neil is talking confidently ahead of her second fight against the famous Laila Ali tonight at the Emperor’s Palace Casino.
Minister of Culture, Youth and Sport Dr Frank Anthony and Chief Executive Officer of the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2007 Karan Singh are both confident that the Providence Stadium will meet the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) requirements and that Guyana will host the Super Eight matches, scheduled to commence on March 28.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the People’s National Congress, Guyana’s second oldest, second largest and second most successful political party.
Three Essequibo residents who stole a bull and were later caught currying it in a large carahi at Windsor Castle were yesterday sentenced to a total of eight years in prison by Acting Chief Magistrate Cecil Sullivan.
Harold Dhanraj was elected president and Vishnu Shradananda vice-president when the Demerara Cricket Board (DCB) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday.
Though there was an instance where no power (a blackout) shut down the Blue Power jam for a minute, GT&T has taken the lead by jumping out in front with a large coming-out party showcasing segments of the costumes to be used in its band come February 23.
The cream of the country’s Under-15 cricketers will be in action today when the Nafico/Nalico-sponsored Inter-Asssociation limited overs cricket competition gets cracking with two matches.
Recently a music video burst onto the television screen that has caused everyone to stop and take notice.
The heat is on today with two of Guyana’s top teams doing battle in the Mayor’s Cup 2007 Football Competition.
Dear Editor, There are contradictions in Dale Bisnauth’s letter. Why did he write if he thought he was disqualified?
Dear Editor, The Guyana Revenue Authority has been administering tax as efficiently as possible even before the implementation of the Value Added Tax.
Dear Editor, Did you see the news today? Sorry, no, electricity blackout prevailed.
Dear Editor, I am a constable, and a serving member of the Special Constabulary Guard Service attached to the Guyana Police Force.
Dear Editor, Cecil Griffith was a veteran journalist, who represented the best of the profession and was a principled individual who loved the profession and was always willing to give of his time to nurture young reporters.