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Monthly Archives: January 2016

By Rabindra Rooplall THIRTY-THREE-year-old Ann Mohamed, an employee of the Prairie International Hotel at Coverden, East Bank Demerara, lost her life in front of her...

PRESIDENT David Granger has issued a call for citizens to redouble their efforts to build strong homes, churches and schools, so as to effectively...

SLOUCHING on a Lazy Boy chair, clad in a T-shirt and a pair of khaki three-quarter pants even as he sported dark shades, the...

THE REGION 10 Road Safety Association has embarked on a project to rehabilitate roadways that are commonly called ‘back roads’, which were initially used...

By Ariana Gordon SUICIDE being tied to poverty may very well be a fallacy, says PAHO/WHO Resident Representative Dr William Adu-Krow, who spoke with the...

THE Guyana Police Force (GPF) on Saturday destroyed a two-acre-size field of marijuana plants at Onderneeming Backdam, Essequibo Coast, during the Force’s drug eradication...

When Chris Gayle's bat does the talking there is little any bowler in the world can do to stop the 'Gaylestorm'. His innings on...

INTERNATIONAL Labour Organisation (ILO) Director General, Guy Ryder, has warned that an adverse shock to the BRICS economies could unwind efforts in building a...

WITH agriculture on the decline across the Caribbean, the region is now saddled with an annual food import bill that exceeds US$4.5B, according to...

PRESIDENT David Granger has challenged the Lions Club of Bel Air, and other similar organisations, to look at their plans of action to ensure...