Monthly Archives: October 2009

- Dr. Luncheon PLANNED reform of Guyana’s security sector will continue in spite of the withdrawal of projected British Government support for the programme,...

19 Postmasters being investigated NINETEEN Postmasters and staff members of the finance department at the Guyana Post Office Corporation (GPOC) are under investigation for...

Dr. Luncheon accuses GAWU of failing to take - says union’s views on sugar industry ‘woefully one-sided’ ‘Sugar is bigger than the sugar workers;...

THE Parrot The Parrot witnessed the finals of the Guyana Cricket Board cricket festival held last week at the Stadium. Guyana lost to Jamaica....

- for allegedly obstructing NFMU Officials to search his home POLICE yesterday afternoon arrested freed treason accused, Mark Benschop, when he reportedly resisted arrest...

HOSTS Guyana scored a hard-fought three-wicket victory over the Leeward Islands in their opening zone B game of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB)-sponsored...

DAVID Shepherd, the former England umpire, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 68. Shepherd was a renowned international...

THE Bravo brothers, Dwayne and Darren, fashioned pivotal performances and vaulted team-of-the-moment Trinidad and Tobago to a massive 90-run victory over Jamaica in their...

COMBINED Campuses and Colleges (CCC), propelled by Kavesh Kantasingh’s three-wicket haul, clinched a one-run win over Windward Islands yesterday at the Everest ground as...

BARBADOS held their nerves collectively to escape with a two-wicket victory over the West Indies Under-19s in the WICB President’s Cup yesterday. After...