Monthly Archives: May 2010

In an era when people are beginning to view with heightened cynicism the nature of local politics, I remain of the view – and...

- to be sentenced todayA  Berbice rogue cop was found guilty by Magistrate Omeyena Hamilton, and was remanded to prison pending sentencing today .Following...

… despite the effects of the ‘El Nino’ phenomenonThe first sugar crop of 2010 ended last Monday , with Skeldon being the last unit...

A sixty-year-old security guard attached to Berbice High school, was battered while on duty succumbed to injuries en route to the Georgetown Public Hospital...

THE new batch of H1N1 vaccines to replace the 100,000 doses that were deemed unfit for use should be soon available to the public.“The...

THE final lecture in the Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) wrapped up with a presentation by Guyanese writer Petamber Persaud at...

-$655M to expendedTHE second batch of projects under the Low Income Settlement (LIS) programme will see some $655M being expended and about 9,500 persons...

Theme: Gender and Tobacco with an Emphasis on Marketing to Women.On May 31 every  year we join with the world to celebrate World no...

THE son of Minister of Legal Affairs and Attorney General, Charles Ramson, was admitted to the Bar last Friday taking the Oath before Chief...

A grieving Sunita Saymar yesterday related that her daughter, Bibi Rafeena Saymar, had been in an abusive relationship with her reputed husband for two...