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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Populace patiently awaits results of Monday’s pollsTHE roadways in Georgetown were clearer than usual yesterday, and many market vendors did not show up for...

- a boon to voter turnout, show of maturity The government’s declaration of Polling Day (Monday 28, 2011) a national holiday was no doubt...

DRILLING of the Eagle-1 well and the Jaguar-1 well, two highly prospective offshore wells for Guyana, is finally imminent in the Guyana/Suriname Basin. ...

AN  overseas-based religious organisation is appealing to all Guyanese to  let peace prevail in the aftermath of our general and regional elections, and for...

HIGH ranking officials from Canada’s Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (C-NLOPB) early this week facilitated a rather timely seminar in Georgetown as an...

… at GMSA Annual Awards Presentation dinnerTHE United States looks forward to working with the Government and people of Guyana to forge a mutually...

The Chart below shows a summary of the overall figures for the general election, as at 12:20 hrs this morning.  ...

Accused says gun went off accidentlyA Demerara Assize jury, trying 17-year old Travis Rudder for the murder of his 14-year old girlfriend, Donnis King,...

AN early morning fire yesterday at Crabwood Creek, on the Corentyne Coast, has destroyed a general store, a mechanic shop and two houses,...

A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) has communicated to the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission, Dr. Steve Surujbally, its concern that the...